This 2004 Dodge Viper SRT-10 is a triple-black 500-horsepower
supercar. And so when something this loaded, powerful and
all-around desirable is also a low-mileage stunner, then you know
it's an awesome sinister snake.
The third-generation Viper is a more desirable car for many people.
It's the roadster that gives you a full folding roof, real windows,
and other creature comforts to make this a little friendlier for
everyday driving. That did not mean this Viper lost its predatory
attitude. You see it in the long sleek hood with plenty of vents
for the monster underneath. The deeply scalloped sides are extra
sleek with well-concealed door handles and nicely built-in side
exhaust pipes. The huge factory chrome wheels that are larger in
the rear to remind you where all the power meets the ground. The
original factory black with matching black folding roof is a
beautiful color that really makes this snake look sinister. With
just a hint of red on the brake calipers and brake lights, this one
really does look like it's out for blood.
The black convertible top looks nice, and when you take it down, it
reveals an even more impressive black leather-lined interior (the
paint, roof, and interior give you the ultra-desirable factory
triple-black.) When you sit down, your right arm fits so that your
favorite resting spot is right on top of the gear stick. But this
redesigned space now has a full package of comfort and convenience
features so that Dodge's snake is no longer purely a primitive
beast. It includes ice-cold air conditioning, power windows, power
locks, tilt steering column, dual airbags, and an attractive center
stack with a full array of white-faced gauges. The factory premium
AM/FM stereo with six-disc CD changer is loud and crisp enough to
play your music at triple-digit speeds, but we all really know your
favorite soundtrack comes from the side pipes.
Open the hood, and the big red valve covers and twin-plenum intake
are factory package that look fiercely imposing. With such low
mileage (basically averaging 1015 miles annually) this
numbers-matching powerhouse has a clean and fresh look that's
almost like it's straight from the factory. So you really see the
details, like how the fan shroud of this 8.3-liter V10 proudly
announces the 505 horsepower that can swallow lesser cars whole.
You get complete control of this via six-speed manual transmission
that then sends the power to a beefy limited slip rear end. It's
backed up by a large four-wheel power disc brake setup, power
steering, super-sticky ZR-rated tires, and a fully independent
suspension that's ready for the road or racetrack. It's a total
power package that will make this collectable also your track day
Complete with owner's manual, the classic car market always seems
to gravitate towards factory black cars, and this one balances pure
performance with the right comforts. So don't let this mean as
midnight Viper slip away. Call now!