A track-ready 1 of 31 limited edition sports car is the kind of
ride we all dream of owning. And this 2010 Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR
Voodoo Edition is that perfect example, because it's a 600hp mean
green machine that has also been treated like the collectible that
it truly is.
This is Voodoo Edition #2, and it was the first one you could buy
because Dodge CEO Ralph Gilles claimed #1 the moment they were
unveiled. And you know he really loved these, because Gilles signed
next to the special plaque in the center console. If the Voodoo
name sounds a bit intimidating that's because these are made for
the track. It started out life as the hot ACR version of the Viper
that includes a carbon fiber aero body kit and an updated
functional rear wing that debuted for the Voodoo edition. And there
are also upgraded track-ready components, but we'll get into them
in a moment. First, take some extra time to view the exterior.
There were only 31 Voodoo Edition cars made but this is a 1 of 1.
The paint on this one is quite special. These started out as black
cars with an asymmetrical stripe running up the driver's side. You
can see this one sort of keeps that tradition, except there's
something more. A special color called Snakeskin Green was offered
as part of the final runs of Viper ACRs ever. So they created an
exclusive look on this one that pays tribute to both the Voodoo car
and the last of the Vipers ever. The look is comprehensive, right
down to the green calipers and fender graphics. So it's a cool way
to really bring history together, and it makes what was already one
of the rarest Vipers ever a truly singular machine.
A dark and aggressive package continues inside, and it looks
terrific thanks to the low mileage. After all, when a car has
averaged less than 900 miles annually, you know it has been more
about collecting than flogging. However, this Viper ACR is
certainly ready for some high-speed fun the moment that you are.
There are body-hugging leather & suede sport seats, a center
console in the ideal elbow position, crisp white-faced gauges, and
a gearshift right where your right hand falls. The start button
unleashes a brutish tone out of the side exhaust, and some of us
wouldn't want it any other way. But as much as this has hardcore
driving equipment, it also comes with a ton of great luxury
features. This includes power windows, power locks, keyless
entry/alarm, dual front airbags, side air bags, and the radio is a
full AM/FM/CD stereo with iPod input and navigation system. And you
get to always stay as cool as you look in this special Viper thanks
to cold factory air conditioning.
Dodge always knows Viper owners would love showing off the big V10
motor. That's why they give you the bold red valve covers. And
because this one has been so well preserved, it basically looks
like day one for this numbers-matching motor. Dodge rated this
8.4-liter fuel-injected beast at 600 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of
torque at the crank, and they weren't lying. We even have the dyno
sheet from 2018 that shows it's making 514hp and 484 lb-ft at the
wheels! This is a true supercar, and the Voodoo Edition knows
exactly how to handle it. They gave it a track-ready suspension,
Brembo calipers w/StopTech rotors, wider tires, and a special
short-throw for the six-speed. It's a total power package that will
make this collectible also your track day favorite.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, CD users guide,
and a car cover. This coupe has spent more of its life in climate
control garages than just about anywhere else. That's why you know
this Viper Voodoo already has you under its spell. Call