2009 Dodge Viper 10th anniversary edition
Odometer: 22,500 MILES
Exterior Color: Grey
Title Status: Clean
Availability: Test drives available by appointment
The Viper was initially conceived in late 1988 at Chrysler's Advanced Design Studios. The following February, then president Bob Lutz suggested the company should consider producing a modern day Cobra. Lamborghini, was brought in to cast a prototype aluminum block for the sports car and by 1992 the first RT/10's hit the road. This particular example is a fourth generation ZB II (produced from 2008-2010). The engine was developed with assistance from McLaren Automotive, adding variable valve timing and better flowing heads. Other notable changes for the ZB II included a ViscoLok speed-sensing limited-slip differential and a completely new VENOM engine management system.
Viper Owners Invitational Edition (VOIX) #7 of 100 total production units
- 650 horse power 8.4 liter V10 Engine
- Stoptech rotors - Satelite Radio with navigation
- 18 x10 and 19 x 13 Forged Black Sidewinder Wheels
- Badged and stamped limited production car, #7/100 produced including custom embroidered floor mats.
UPGRADES - $12K custom "Destroyer Gray" paint job with integrated "Fang" stripes
- K&N High flow intake
- Borla high-flow exhaust system (producing a throaty but not obnoxious sound)
With just under 22,000 miles this vehicle is in mint condition and provided with a clean CarFax report. This vehicle is sold on consignment through Cult Cars LLC, a licensed Colorado dealer. $299 dealer handling fee will be added to the final purchase price and Carfax report is also available.
Why it's a Cult Car
Since it introduction in the early 1990’s the Viper’s audacious looks and brash muscle car persona have created a cult following. This limited production model appeals to enthusiasts who want MOPAR power with a collectible pedigree.