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1995 Dodge Viper

1994 Dodge Viper RT/10 - Stock #5781 - Gateway Classic Cars
Stock #5781 For sale is a 1994 Dodge Viper RT/10. Dodge took the world by storm in 1992 with the introduction of their radical new two seater sports car. People were shocked by the massive 8.0 liter V10 engine, 6-speed manual transmission, and 400 horsepower. At the time these numbers blew any American car out of the water. Vipers are no frills road munching machines, and lack things like ABS, exterior door handles, and even roll up windows in order to save weight. This particular Viper is an unmodified example with only 53,000 miles. The classic white Viper stripes over red contrasts well against the gray leather interior. 1994 was the first year for Air Conditioning which this car is equipped with. Other options include: CD player, removable hard top, snap in windows, power brakes, power steering, tilt wheel, seat belts, leather interior, and later model Viper GTS chrome wheels. It is getting more difficult to find an unmodified low mile first generation Viper, so this one won't last long. You can view this Viper RT/10 in our St. Louis showroom or at Please call 618-271-3000 with any questions. Want to connect with us? Here's how: Website: Facebook: Google+: Pinterest: Twitter: YouTube: Don't forget to subscribe to our channel to see more videos of some of the greatest classic, collectible, and exotic cars the world has to offer.

The Very First Dodge Viper revealed & how it got its name
( ) The new 2013 SRT Viper is the 5th generation of the iconic American sports car. In fact you may not know this but the very first Viper Roadster wasn't even a was a V-8. Welcome to TFLcar's Viper week. Over 5 days we'll be featuring a new Viper video every day. Today we continue with a video that profiles the very first Viper Roadster of them all, as well as the new Viper's Chief Powertrain engineer. Why? Because he's one of the few engineers that's been with the Viper program at Dodge since 1989 when the very first Viper Mule was conceived and built. Check out this video to learn about the early days of the Viper and how it got it's name.