This was the first year of production for the Viper GTS. One of 1,166 produced, this example is equipped with the 8.0-liter, 450hp V10 engine with 6-speed manual transmission. It's finished in Viper Blue with white stripes. This was the year the Viper was selected as the official pace car of the 80th Indianapolis 500 on May 26, 1996. With an underrated 450hp and almost 500 ft/lbs of torque, this car features bold-face white gauges and a 200-mph speedometer. This fine, well-cared-for example has less than 9,600 actual miles (the title reads mileage exempt). A fully matching-numbers car, it has documentation back to the date of purchase. All body panels feature original paint, and the original interior is in fantastic shape. It's also equipped with specially fitted Michelin high-performance tires, air bags, air conditioning, leather seats and a 7000-rpm tachometer. Other features include a stainless-steel dual exhaust system, 5-spoke aluminum wheels, limited-slip differential, 4-wheel disc brakes, 4-wheel independent aluminum suspension and anti-roll bars. This Viper includes a great AM/FM/CD sound system with six speakers. It also has dual manual outside breakaway mirrors and remote-control security. This car truly runs and looks fabulous.