2010 Dodge Viper Bright Silver Metallic

2010 Dodge Viper Bright Silver Metallic

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 This is a 668 Original mile SRT-10 Viper thats ready for your collection! This Silvery slick snake is in immaculate condition and is 1 of only 507 built for 2010 and 1 of 1 with factory blue painted on stripes! Get yourself a 1 of 1 viper that will only continue to increase in value as time goes on. EXTERIOR: Finished in Bright Silver Metallic with Blue painted stripes, the paint is buttery wet, and the stripes are just as glossy! Talk about a car being in the wrapper still and this defines that. The headlights and tail lamps are crystal clear, the glass is perfect with no stone chips, the beautiful, forged Alcoa 18 and 19 inch wheels are in excellent shape to the point you can see your own reflection in them. The styling is unlike any other Mopar, from the wide front mouth bumper, the aggressive hood scoop and air vents in the hood, the dual side exit exhaust, to the appealing bubble top roof and very, very wide rear bumper. This car simply is stunning no matter which way its facing you. INTERIOR: Black leather over suede combination that really is MINT. It has the factory plastic still on the passenger seat, All the leather is still soft to touch, the original dealer tags are still hanging. You feel as if you are sitting in a new 2023 thats still on the showroom floor. The styling of the viper embroidered seats, the viper logod steering wheel, and the bright red push button start give this car a more modern approach. These generation vipers were fitted with Power windows, doors, locks, pedals, and air conditioning. The premium alpine stereo provides quality sound and an extra kick of bass with the subwoofer strategically mounted between the seats. The additional Arc lighting gives the beautiful white face gauges a unique backdrop glow that is soft but also addicting to look at. The gauges include a 220 mph speedometer, RPM gauge, Oil pressure and temp, coolant temp, and battery voltage. Mopar thought this out hard by providing an ashtray where typically a cup holder would go, giving a whole new meaning to Smoke Em if you got Em. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The lightweight hood opens from the front. Even though the design was changed that separated the fenders and hood from being one piece, whats underneath it is unmistakably the same as previous generations. You are looking at the massive 8.4L V10 engine producing a whopping 600Hp and 560lb ft of torque from the factory! That is incredible coming from a naturally aspirated engine. Of course, the engine bay is immaculate to the point you could eat off it. The engine is mated to the factory 6spd manual transmission with factory clutch. The previous owner performed a recent oil change and full vehicle inspection. This Viper is ready to go with no surprises! TRUNK COMPARTMENT: The rear hatch is a combination of glass, top rear quarters, and rear trunk lid paneling. This newly designed trunk allows for an incredible more amount of open space in the trunk when open. Inside the carpet is brand new to touch and smell. The factory floor mats are sealed in plastic and stored in the trunk, along with service records, original owners manual, dealer brochure, and the original window sticker. Also included is a battery tender, and factory tire inflator kit. UNDERSIDE: Underneath is spotless! The aluminum shows like new, the brakes, rotors, and inner barrels of wheels are spotless as well! These vipers are equipped with independent dual wishbone suspension, an anti-spin rear differential, bright red 4wheel disc brake calipers, a stylish rear diffuser, and excellent dual exit side pipe exhaust. If you want the very best, you will be hard pressed to find anything better other than in our own showroom floor at the Volo Museum. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle. Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the cars condition in detail. 


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