Dodge Viper GTS ACR

I spotted this rare silver Viper GTS ACR with blue stripes in a parking lot here in Georgia a few months ago. The American Club Racer, as it is designated, is a limited production Viper which is very rare in GTS form! Quite a stunning car!

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Get Dodge Viper stuff here... http://amzn.to/2crM51s Later in the 1996 model year, Dodge introduced the GTS, a new coupe version of the Viper. Dubbed the “double bubble”, the roof featured slightly raised sections that looked like a bubble to accommodate the usage of helmets and taking design cues from the Pete Brock designed Shelby Daytona.[9] More than 90% of the GTS was new in comparison to the RT/10 despite similar looks. The GTS would come with the same 8.0 liter V-10 engine but power would be increased to 450 hp (336 kW). The 96 GTS would be the first Viper to be equipped with airbags and also included air conditioning, power windows and door locks.[10] The 1996 Viper GTS would be chosen as the pace car for the Indianapolis 500.[11] 1997–1999 Edit Minor updates would continue in 1997 and 1998. In 1997, The RT/10 would receive the 450HP GTS engine along with air-bags and power windows. 1998 Vipers were equipped with second-generation air bags, revised Exhaust manifolds (saving 24 lbs over the previous cast iron components) along with a revised camshaft. For 1999, the Viper received 18 inch wheels, power side mirrors and a handful of other interior upgrades.[12] 2000–2002 Edit In 2000, the Dodge Viper updated to lighter hypereutectic pistons and factory frame improvements. While the hypereutectic pistons provided less expansion, the forged pistons are preferred for the supercharging and turbo aftermarkets. TSB (Technical Service Bullet) recalls (998 and 999) were done at local dealerships to repair the 1996 to 1999 Viper frames by adding gussets with rivits near the steering box. 2001 saw the addition of ABS. 2002 would be the final year of the second generation Viper. Dodge would build 360 “Final Edition” Vipers (326 coupes and 34 ACR editions)[13] to commemorate the final year. These models are painted red with white stripes, paying tribute to the famous race-winning Oreca cars. The RT/10 was replaced by the SRT-10 in 2003 and the GTS was replaced in 2006 by the SRT-10 coupe.




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