507 Actual Mile Two Owner Viper RT/10 8.0L Viper V10 400 HP 6 Speed Survivor

1994 Dodge Viper Base Convertible 2-Door

Technical specifications of Dodge Viper 1994

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Dodge
Model: Viper
SubModel: RT-10
Type: Other
Trim: Base Convertible 2-Door
Doors: 2
Year: 1994
Mileage: 507
VIN: 1B3BR65E9RV100752
Color: Red
Engine size: 8.0L OHV SMPI V-10
Number of cylinders: 10
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description


This Viper is a 507 actual mile 2-owner survivor
Original Viper V10 / 400 horsepower
Original 6-speed manual transmission
Factory-optioned air conditioning
Our sale includes the car's original window sticker and cockpit cover
Original Michelin tires
Factory limited-slip differential / 3.07 gears
Factory power rack-and-pinion steering
Factory power disc brakes

The mighty Viper needs no introduction. Over the top since day one, America's most dramatic sports car has ALWAYS been about excess and performance above all else. In 1992, after three years of successfully teasing the public with a variety of prototypes, Dodge introduced the brutal RT/10 Roadster an offering that upped the super car ante by virtue of classic good looks and raw, Detroit-style muscle. And today, there's STILL nothing on the road that can compare to a Viper in terms of sheer audaciousness. With only 507 miles on its bright orange odometer, this super clean snake is a showroom-fresh piece of modern MoPar history. If you're a fan of style, speed, track capability or flat-out wicked performance, here's an opportunity to put the 'you' in 'ultimate sports car'!


The best part about buying a vintage Viper, the car that single-handedly reignited its parent brand's legendary performance legacy, is the understanding that you're scoring an elite level of both performance and history. This Dodge wears a slick, garaged body that's been limited to less than 1K miles of sunny day road use. That body was factory-equipped with wet looking, and predictably named, Viper Red two-stage. That two-stage is a highly desirable option which, with factory provenance, definitely plays to the new owner's advantage. And predictably, everything adds up to a showroom-fresh sports car that's free of any notable flaws.


The fire-breathing mill rumbling under this car's trick hood needs no introduction. Displacing a massive 8.0 liters and turning stout 9.1 to 1 compression into 400 horsepower and 465 lb./ft. of torque, this 488 cubic inch beast is one of the most outrageous powerplants ever bolted between two fenders. Dodge designers knew their coveted big block would be the car's focal point, so they went out of their way to dress things up with some Bright Red paint and menacing Viper scripts. And, honestly, the resulting display is so impressive that I'm surprised the MoPar guys didn't install a Lexan window, a la C6 ZR1. Naturally, this roadster's V10 is absolutely immaculate, from its dual throttle bodies all the way down to its aluminum oil pan, tubular stainless exhaust manifolds and regularly refreshed fluids. And everything around the block appears showroom-fresh, presenting as clean as the day the car rolled out of Chrysler's Detroit 'snake pit'.


Under this drop-top, a spotless chassis cradles a Borg Warner T56 6-speed, which spins power to a tough Dana 44 limited-slip differential and interstate-happy, 3.07 gears. That impressive drivetrain hangs in a tubular space frame, which employs power rack-and-pinion steering and an unequal-length independent suspension. At the center of the car, massive exhaust tubes flow into rowdy side-pipes. At the corners of the car, power-assisted, 4-piston calipers clinch large, vented rotors. And all this thoroughbred hardware rolls on clean 17-inch wheels and ORIGINAL 275/40 front and 335/35 rear Michelin XGTZ speed-rated directional radials. That's right; this Viper's former owners were so schooled in self-control that its factory-equipped tires still display plenty of tread life!


Like the classics that inspired it, this Viper's simple interior puts the emphasis on performance and usability. Front-and-center, comfy seats wrap textured leather around molds that are designed to keep occupants in place during spirited driving. At the center of the car, an industrial console anchors a short shifter between a leather-wrapped emergency brake and factory-spec, premium cassette player. Below that console, thick, Viper-branded floor mats protect like-new carpet. At the front of that carpet, white-faced gauges keep an eye on the big engine's vitals. And in front of the driver, an aftermarket-look steering wheel spins a brilliant, Viper-branded horn button around a tilting column.


According to this slick RT/10's original window sticker, it was originally delivered to Chuck Dzak Motors in Braidwood, Illinois with the following standard and optional equipment:


Tubular space frame that's complete with a center spine structure
Side-mounted stainless steel dual exhaust system
Composite body panels that are laced with fiber-reinforced skin
4-wheel independent suspension
- Unequal-length control arms
- Coil-over-shock design
- Double-acting gas shocks
Limited-slip differential
Power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering
Energy absorbing tilt steering column
Power-assisted 4-wheel vented disc brakes
Directional aluminum wheels
275/40ZR17 front and 335/35ZR17 rear XGTZ speed-rated directional tires
Aero polyellipsoid halogen headlamps
Fog lamps that are equipped with removable lense covers
Bold graphic, white-faced analog gauges
- 180 MPH speedometer
- 7,000 RPM tachometer
- Oil pressure
- Voltage
- Coolant temperature
- Fuel level
Center-zip tonneau cover
Folding top that's complete with side curtains and a removable rear window
Premium sound system
Forward-hinged 1-piece clamshell hood
2-way manual seat adjusters which feature linear recline


Customer Preferred Group
- 8.0 liter aluminum V10 that's equipped with sequential multipoint EFI ($00)
- Air conditioning ($1,200)
- Gas Guzzler Tax ($2,100)

BASE PRICE: $50,000





The aforementioned window sticker
An original Owner's Manual and related accessory booklets
Miscellaneous service records
Original license plate installation screws
The aforementioned tonneau cover

If you haven't driven a Viper, prepare for a mind-altering experience! This RT/10 accelerates like an experimental rocket sled. Yet, despite the car's brute power, it's easy to drive, comfortable and relatively docile if you can manage to keep your right foot away from the floorboard. Rest assured, putting something like this in your garage is about the most fun you can have when it comes to four wheels!

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