2003 Dodge Viper
2003 Dodge Viper
Want an affordable way to get your hands on a top-notch super car which has serious collector pedigree and can handily smoke pretty much anything on the road? Then step right up and take a look at this well cared for 2003 first year generation 3 Final Edition Dodge Viper. 10 Cylinders power this versions added 50 HP mill, and a 40% decrease in overall weight from the original version. This car is definitely a neck snapper. If you're looking for the best version of one of the best supercars ever built, this Final Edition Viper is your ticket!
32,132 Miles shows it's not a garage queen, but more a daily driver. This car collector consigner never raced it, or tracked it and never smoked in. When it was not being enjoyed it was garage kept. Kinda like a well-tended to toy.
Inspired by Pete Brocks classic Shelby Cobra Daytona coupe and sporting one of the most unique shapes ever put on American roads, this 2003 Viper looks fantastic from every angle. Red with white striped exterior, plunked on a racing style chassis, and aluminum space frame. Plenty of carbon fiber can be eyed throughout obtaining the 40% decrease in weight. An updated nose and side ports a bit of length added, and plenty of snarling Viper badges adorn the exterior of this car. Chromed alloy wheels are 18x10, in front and 19 x 13 in the rear, are wrapped by nearly new performance radials.
Like the cars which inspired it, this Viper features a fresh black interior that places an emphasis on simplicity and performance above all else. The leather and suede bucket seats are so comfortable that Dodge actually licensed their design as an office chair; and the door panels, while simple, feature satin finished door handles. In front of the seats, a large dash holds clear white-face gauges, and an AM/FM/6-CD player that blasts your favorites through a 7-speaker 310-watt sound system. Between the seats, a stitched shifter placed ergonomically into a red center metal field, also houses change storage, and a flip up power outlet. Below the seats, Viper logo floor mats protect like-new carpet. Connecting the driver to the road is a nice set of factory aluminum foot pedals which hang below an exclusive leather wrapped and stitched steering wheel. Cold air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power windows and power mirrors. Also, adjustable pedals are able to fit any driver, and they are protected by dual air bags. A fully finished trunk is all business with a 'compact' spare tire and jack, two large speakers and a factory amplifier.
An illuminated power button beckons the driver to push it, and in doing so brings to life an 8.3-liter, (505ci) V-10 engine. The massive engine is in pristine condition, and is normally aspirated, as seen by the carbon fiber scoop that makes its way to the front of the engine bay. Bolted on to the back is a 6-speed manual transmission. Consigner states this combination enables this car to travel at speeds up to 200MPH. I refused to ask where he accomplished this, but he states it goes 200MPH! Bringing that racing mass to a halt are power ABS 4-piston per caliper brakes grabbing on to 14” rotors. A flat under body pan is seen under the clean bottom of this car, and this provides much needed stability as well as improved aerodynamics at high speed.
This low mileage Viper is as stated…a well-kept toy. Regular maintenance, garaging, and enjoying, have led this car to a good life. It is now ready to change hands, so take a close look, and see if it reaches out and bites your inner need for speed, and style.
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 150 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently also on display.
This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.