Looking for an original first generation Viper in near perfect condition? Like to drive an attention-getting, head-turning, thumbs-up classic car? You found it!! Would you like a hard top to replace the fly-off foldable snap-on soft top? This car is in near perfect condition. Stamped from the factory "Last 300 Side Exhaust". Stored in a climate controlled environment in a building with no electric motors to produce rubber killing ozone, tires protected by not sitting directly on concrete, leather and interior conditioned with Griots products each year, every year old gas burned out and replaced with ethanol free premium and Sea Foam added, needless to say much TLC.
Open to any professional inspection prior to sale. Clear title. Signed by Father Viper, Roy Sjoberg (who developed the Viper for Dodge). Photos of Roy signing the car, signed prints of Viper race car prototype by Roy and the artist, service manual. You will not be disappointed with this one!!
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