1994 Dodge Viper RT/10
454 original miles Lowest production color offered, Viper Bright Yellow Documented with original window sticker, owners manual and case and bill of sale Factory side windows Optional factory air conditioning, $1,200 option in first year of availability 8.0/400 HP V-10 engine 6-speed manual transmission Clean CarFax and Autocheck Hardtop bag, never opened Service records The Dodge Viper RT/10 possesses brutal performance cloaked in a hand-built lightweight body. From concept to production, the Viper involved an international effort that resulted in an American sports car which not only defined ‘90s style but also marked a new escalation of the Detroit horsepower wars. This Generation 1 low-mileage V-10-powered roadster is one of fewer than 100 examples painted in Viper Bright Yellow, it displays 454 miles on the odometer and also comes with extensive documentation including the original Monroney sticker, initial bill of sale and factory-issue owner's manual in its original case. Eight liters of displacement and 10 cylinders resulted in an engine that created 400 horsepower at 4,600 RPM and 480 lb-ft of torque at just 3,600 RPM. The engine is backed by a 6-speed transmission durable enough to deliver the Viper horsepower through the rear wheels and onto the pavement. Every effort was made to shave weight off the Viper, which scaled in at fewer than 3,500 pounds in 1994. With a focus on power and performance, the Viper was equipped with only what was needed to drive it and literally built around the V-10. The front-mid engine layout of the rear-wheel-drive roadster lends the Viper its rakish long hood, sporting cockpit and short rear deck. This first-generation Viper features factory air-conditioning which was a $1,200 option in 1994, the first year of such available creature comforts in the Viper package. Hand-fastened factory-issue side windows are included as are clean CarFax and AutoCheck reports. This well-preserved example of the Viper breed is capable of launching from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, clicking off a sub 13-second quarter-mile at 113 miles an hour, pulling a lateral G on the skid pad and hitting a top speed of 165 miles per hour.