1994 Dodge Viper RT/10

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

8.0L V-10 /488ci/400 BHP Sequential Multi-Port Electronically Injected


Liquid Cooled


6-Speed Manual Transmission 


Air Conditioning


Power Steering


Power Brakes


Original Canvas Top and Side Curtains


Alpine Stereo

 

 

We have added this 94 Viper to our inventory. It's a low mileage 1st generation Viper.     In 1994 there were approximately 3083 Vipers built, of those only 687 were black.   1994 was the first year Dodge installed air conditioning as a factory option. It did not take away from the cars horsepower. The car still turned out 400 hp.   The interior is in very good condition for the cars age.     All Gauges and the a/c are working.    In March of 2019, the owner took the car to Bevil Automotive, one of the areas popular Mopar shops, and had the oil and filter changed, replaced the battery, and had the cooling system flushed and refilled. He also had the air filters cleaned and oiled. 

The Viper is a hand assembled vehicle. They were built with one thing in mind, speed! Of course if you are looking for fuel efficiency, look elsewhere. The Viper only averages 14 miles per gallon highway, but it will get you where you're going very quickly.    The cockpits are simple, but efficient. You just have the basics and no a lot of extras.    The original canvas top and side curtains are in good condition.    The current owner found this. It looks like the factory check list.     The undercarriage looks good. There are a few little scrapes which are common to a very low car.   

There are some cracks in the finish, most of them on the hood.     The wheels look good, no curb rash are dings.    

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