Dodge Viper RT/10 1993 – SPRZEDANY

Dodge Viper RT/10 to surowa bestia, czarująca muskularną stylistyką oraz potężnym silnikiem V10, za którego dopracowanie odpowiedzialna była firma Lamborghini. Zaprezentowany został jako concept car w 1989 roku, a 3 lata później, w niemal nie zmienionej formie, zaczął trafiać do klientów. Ten swojego pierwszego właściciela odnalazł w Tennessee, a dotąd miał ich jedynie dwóch. Z pewnością jest jednym z najlepiej zachowanych egzemplarzy na świecie i ma dziś mniej niż tysiąc kilometrów przebiegu. W takim stanie to już bez wątpienia obiekt kolekcjonerski, swoim surowym charakterem doskonale nawiązujący do kultowych muscle cars z lat 60-tych. Licytowany bez ceny minimalnej osiągnął wartość 42560 dolarów, czyli 145495 złotych.


Lot 104
US$ 20,000 – 30,000
PLN 68,000 – 100,000
To be sold without reserve

8 Mar 2018, 13:00 EST

1993 Dodge Viper RT/10
VIN. 1B3BR65E2PV200706

488ci OHV V-10 Engine
Electronic Fuel Injection
400bhp at 4,600rpm
6-Speed Manual Transmission
4-Wheel Independent Suspension
4-Wheel Disc Brakes

*Exceptionally well-preserved 1st generation Viper
*Less than 600 miles from new
*Striking Viper Red over Grey
*The raw American Supercar


Bearing a powerful engine, a minimalist, straightforward design, muscular and aggressive styling, and high performance, the Viper was conceived as a historical take on the classic American sports car. The Viper debuted as a concept in January of 1989 and soon found its way onto the production line, with the first customer cars getting delivered in early 1992. From the start, the car was a raw beast, powered by a massive V-10 engine heavily modified by Lamborghini, which at the time was owned by Chrysler. Still as aggressive as ever, the Viper soldiers on today as an unabashed example of how supercars are built in America.


Remarkably, the Dodge Viper shown here has traveled only 583 miles since leaving the factory. It was originally delivered to Tennessee, where it remained in the same hands for nearly 20 years. In 2013, the roadster acquired its second owner. Finished in the eponymous Viper Red, this extremely well-preserved Viper stands out as would it just have rolled off the assembly line. The iconic three-spoke alloy wheels are in remarkable condition, and the black soft top with side curtains are still intact.

Today, this ultra-low mileage example is ready for show and motoring. The factory Tremec 6-speed transmission gives one great control over the massive 8.0-liter V-10 engine, and the all-aluminum suspension adds precise handling. These early Vipers are starting to show their potential as collectibles. Their raw power and simple nature is akin to the great muscle cars of the cars of the 1960s. Lacking the complexity of most super cars, the 1st generation Viper offers raw and pure driving experience at a tremendous value. This must be one of the best kept Vipers in existence.