Available for the first time since 2006! Mamba Edition #22 out of
200. Always senior owned and pampered since new. Clean CarFax.
Purchased in FL in 2006 and driven to WI where it has seen minimal
summer driving ever since. Everything you would expect for a 6k
mile car! These low mileage examples are only going to become more
collectible as time goes on, and they are already starting to
appreciate! Call us at 715-709-0343 or email us at
to discuss this vehicle today. All pics
and info can be found at www.codysclassiccars.com. In person or 3rd
party inspections welcomed and encouraged. Reasonable offers
considered and assistance with transport to anywhere in the world
is available. Thank you.
The Dodge Viper got its first major restyling in 2003. Penned by
Osamu Shikado, the new bodywork eliminated the bulbous, muscular
curvature of the original cars in favor of an altogether more
angular shape, right down to the vents behind the front wheels. The
wheelbase of the Viper stretched by two inches, but the overall
length of the car was actually slightly shorter thanks to less
overhang from the body. And although it was only available as a
convertible, this new Viper was a slightly tamed beast with a
practical folding soft top, modern creature comforts and improved
ergonomics. The leg-scalding side exhausts remained, however, and
the Viper was still a properly savage performance car when you put
your foot down. While the earlier Vipers had been designated RT/10
for the roadster and GTS for the coupe, it was now dubbed the Dodge
Since the competition was finally catching up to the once
all-conquering V-10 supercar, performance was significantly
improved as well. The slightly oversquare 8.3-liter engine now
produced a whopping 500 hp and 525 lb-ft of torque. The unit was
coupled to a Tremec 6-speed and had a 3.07:1 final drive. 0-60 came
in under four seconds and top speed was about 190 mph.
These 2003-06 cars are probably the most underappreciated in the
model's history. Despite better performance, they lacked the grace
of the old GTS and the bare bones charm of the original RT/10, and
came at a time when Corvette seriously upped the ante with the Z06.
As with other Vipers, though, it's a heck of a lot of car for the
money and one that's sure to get constant thumbs up and people
whipping out their phones for a photo. As always with cars that are
fast and affordable, the best cars will come from long-term, older
owners who drove sparingly and carefully. Lots of these were driven
hard and plenty have been in an accident at some point, so it pays
to do the research.
Terms of Sale: All vehicles are sold AS-IS with no warranties of
any kind, and all sales are final. We strongly encourage you to
inspect, in person, any vehicle you are considering purchasing.
Third party inspections are also welcomed and encouraged. To place
a vehicle on hold for 7 days to allow for an inspection, a deposit
of $500 (via credit card) is required. This deposit will be applied
to the purchase price. This deposit is refundable should you
inspect the car and decide it's not the one for you, but once you
take delivery, it's yours. All sales are final. Acceptable forms of
final payment include cash, cashier's check (once cleared), or wire
transfer. A $100 dealership service fee is added to the final
purchase price. Wisconsin residents will pay sales tax and titling
fees. Out-of-state buyers will be responsible for any applicable
taxes and registration in their state/country of residence.