Brutally powerful - but with all the right creature comforts -
makes a car like this 2000 Dodge Viper GTS instantly attractive. So
when you see how this low-mileage supercar has been well-respected
all its life, and even given the right tasteful upgrades, it makes
this 450+ hp machine a truly irresistible deal.
Dodge offered special colors every year with the Viper, so while
ones like red were always available, this Vapor Steel Gray car was
a single-year offering. But there's more going on here. You're
actually looking at a vinyl wrap that's in a similar tone to the
correct gray, only now you have a modern matte look and added black
racing stripes. So you have a unique look today, and it nicely
preserves the special factory color underneath. There are more
great details, like the racing-style carbon fiber front splitter,
extended rear spoiler, and tinted glass - including the tail
lights. And the Forgestar 19-inch wheels look awesome against the
updated finish. It brings some extra attitude to this Viper, but
then again, the GTS was already a mean machine. The hood scoop,
hood vents, and a roof that bubbles up to accommodate racing
helmets already gave it a terrific competition-ready style. And
with such low mileage on this example, the body panels retain the
tight fit that shows off the extra-sleek lines.
Just like the exterior, the interior has the right touch of custom.
There are blue inserts in the seats, door panels, and rear shelf to
break up the full sea of darkness. It's a tasteful style that
doesn't take away from the driver-ready attitude. The contoured
bucket seats keep you planted behind the wheel, and there's no room
for sliding around in an interior that completely envelops the
driver. Your arm fits so that your favorite resting spot is right
on top of the shifter. A full gauge package is at eye level, and
the black-on-white background readouts couldn't be simpler. The GTS
leaves room for a bit of luxury such as power windows, power locks,
keyless entry, dual airbags, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The
AM/FM/CD stereo is an upgraded Pioneer unit with Bluetooth and JBL
Tilt the large hood forward, and there's no mistaking the Viper's
gorgeous red cast aluminum intake manifold and valve covers on this
low mileage example. The fuel-injected 8.0-liter V10 was rated from
the factory with 450 hp and 490 lb-ft of torque. That's some
serious muscle, but this takes it to a new level. There's an
upgraded air intake and an upgraded cat-back exhaust. There's even
an SCT tuner module that comes with the sale so you can unlock the
V10's full potential whenever you want. You get complete control of
this via six-speed manual transmission with a short-throw shifter.
A fully independent sports suspension, power steering, and
four-wheel power disc brakes with drilled & slotted rotors make for
a solid performance package.
Complete with the owner's manual, this is the true classic that
also has added distinction, comfort, and power. So it's time to
grab a total package American supercar. Call now!