132937 / 1996 Dodge Viper GTS
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With only 8,657 miles on its odometer, this super clean, first year GTS is a virtual time capsule offers one lucky buyer some serious super car pedigree at a sports car price!
This great looking 1996 Viper GTS is a rare and essentially new super car that has been driven just 500 miles a year since it rolled out of Chrysler's Detroit, Michigan manufacturing facility. While its Viper Blue paint isn't as flashy as red, it's every bit as appealing; and, as the first color the GTS body style was ever displayed in, it has become synonymous with the car itself. The finish is, of course, virtually unblemished thanks to expert care since the car was new. And like most 'snakes', this GTS has been a carefully tended toy rather than a daily driver or lethal track weapon.
Even more outrageous than this Viper's swoopy bodywork is its 8.3 liter, 488 cubic inch V10 engine which cranks out a Ferrari slaying 450 horsepower, a pavement splitting 490 lb./ft. of torque and makes this Dodge one of the rawest and scariest super cars ever produced! It's virtually impossible to hurt one of these Viper engines as they are notoriously over-engineered and literally assembled for track time combat; and as a result, weekend warriors have been putting insane levels of Boost through stock V10s for years without any difficulties what so ever. And not only do they perform well, they look good too, because Viper engineers knew people would want to see the world's biggest production car engine. With red valve covers, a red fuel rail cover, an exotic looking intake and brushed aluminum Viper graphics, the big engine looks like it would be right at home under the hood of a half-million dollar exotic from Italy, despite being the heart of a heavyweight brawler from Detroit.
Underneath the car, you'll find a spotless chassis that's complete with a Borg Warner T56 6-speed manual transmission and an upgraded Dana 44 limited slip differential. That differential tries its best to control the V10s massive torque, but even quick half throttle blips turn the big 335 tires into smoke faster than you can say the letters "GTS". The frame has been reinforced to improve precision and address concerns about cowl shake, and the cast unequal length double A-arm suspension features revised geometry, updated coil overs and factory sway bars to make the Phase II Viper a little more user-friendly. Brakes are massive discs all around, and the second generation Vipers now sport full ABS that makes the most of the cars impressive grip. At the center of the car, the rear-exit Exhaust system I mentioned earlier replaces the RT/10's traditional side pipes with a much improved roar. And at the corners of the car, handsome 17 inch forged alloy wheels spin 275/40 front and 335/35 rear Michelin Pilot Sport performance radials.
Like the cars which inspired it, this Viper features a fresh black interior which places an emphasis on simplicity and performance above all else. The seats, which have seen just enough road time to feel comfortable, wrap great looking perforated leather around molds that are designed to keep you in place during the most spirited driving. Between those seats, an industrial console, props a 6-speed shifter between a simple emergency brake handle and switches for the car's power windows. And below those seats, like-new black carpet is protected by blue stitched Viper floor mats. At the front of the car, white-faced gauges, which include a slightly optimistic 220 MPH speedometer, keep an eye on the big engine's vitals. And in front of the driver, a leather wrapped steering wheel features a racy airbag cover that is branded with the Viper logo. At the center of the dash, a horizontal row of auxiliary gauges is the coolest arrangement since the '69 Camaro and its console-mounted units; air conditioning, which is standard equipment, functions as well today as it did when the car was new; and an aftermarket Alpine CD player bumps beats through multiple side and rear mounted speakers.
Rest assured, putting a car like this in your garage is about the most fun you can every have when it comes to four wheels! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!
Jaguar D-Type at Muncie Imports & Classics
Very nice alloy body replica of a D-Type Jag! It's fitted with a 67 E-Type drivetrain including gearbox, 4.2L engine and complete RSU (rear suspension unit). But wait, this is no ordenary 4.2L engine. This was built by Bill Terry and his crew for all out racing. Some of the enhancements include a 12 counter weight crank, dry sump, radical cams, ported & polished cyl head and 48mm Weber carbs!
Dodge Viper GTS angry sound
This is very similar to my video entitled, "Corvette ZR1 angry sound." Sounds like it has a cam in it, and it had a nice acceleration as well.
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