The Viper is an American Supercar featuring a massive 8.0 Liter 10 Cylinder, 415hp gas engine with a 6-Speed manual transmission. Since their unveiling as a concept car at the Detroit Auto Show in 1989, these early Viper's became iconic under the guidance of Chrysler's President Bob Lutz and masterful direction of Chief Designer Tom Gale. The unique and aggressive styled lightweight body sits atop a tubular space-frame with fully independent suspension and gargantuan brakes. It was just part of the ingredients that contribute to the exhilarating experience once seated behind the wheel. With 450 lb-ft of torque and a 6,000 rpm redline you are guaranteed a wild ride and to give you some perspective, these machines accelerate from 0-60 mph in just four seconds and boast a top speed north of 160.
This gorgeous and well cared for black Viper R/T 10 has used only authentic Mopar parts for its service and maintenance. This magnificent example has been very well cared for and clocked only thirty thousand miles since new. These cars are an incredible value with relatively low maintenance costs especially compared to other supercars and demand for them is on the rise. One of only 1,577 examples built in 1995, it is certainly a rare piece.