A sports car that forced changes in the industry! Probably among the first 500 off the line! No longer in production - a sure classic!!
one owner purchase 5-7-94 original window sticker says high back leather bucket seats, air conditioning,side stainless steel dual exhaust, limited slip differential, premium sound system, sequential multipoint EFI, 4 wheel independent suspension, power vented disk brakes, power steering
This is the 24th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
The fantastic first-generation V10-powered super coupe is priced like a used car for now, but it likely won’t be for long
Now that we know Dodge Viper production ends after this model year, the Pick of the Day goes back to the roots of the V10-powered roadster with one of the first-gen models in low-mileage survivor condition.
The Dodge Viper RT/10 first appeared in 1989 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit and was quickly put into production for the 1992 model year.
Known for performance automotive parts since 1958, Hurst chose to celebrate its golden anniversary in 2008 by creating 50 special-edition Viper coupes and convertibles.
The early 1990s saw the beginning of the true modern era for sports cars.
Originally intended as Chrysler’s modern take on the Shelby Cobra, the Dodge Viper concept was simple and straightforward in 1989
The Dodge Viper RT/10 first appeared in 1989 with rave reviews, at the NAIA Show in Detroit, being quickly rushed into production shortly thereafter.
Ed “Big Daddy” Roth’s iconic creation appeals to the younger crowd as well as the memories of older gearheads