This is about the cleanest snake you’re going to find.
Plenty of enthusiasts have fantasized about owning something like this 2002 Dodge Viper GTS. Not only does this car have the iconic looks of American performance done right, it can more than back all that up on the road or track. What’s more, there’s a mere 683 miles on this Mopar monster, ensuring it’s about as clean as they come.
Gallery: $70K Nets This Low-Mileage 2002 Dodge Viper GTS
Looking appropriately sporty and intimidating, this car wears Viper Red over Black, with complementary Silver stripes. Everything is in immaculate condition, from the window controls to the seats and carpeting. This Dodge has some nice upgrades like a leather-wrapped steering wheel and air conditioning, so you’re not sweating it out on a hot summer’s day. An Alpine radio with CD player and 6 speakers, the original owner’s manuals, and even a VHS sold with the vehicle are all included.
At the end of the day, performance counts for the most with a car like this, and does this Dodge ever perform. A massive 8.0-liter V10 lurks under the hood, controlled by a 6-speed manual transmission. Accelerating from 0 to 60 mph happens in 4 seconds flat, while 0 to 100 takes just 8.6 seconds. This Viper can do the quarter mile in 12.2 seconds and has a top speed of 185 mph. In other words, you’d be hard-pressed to find another car of this vintage more oriented towards performance.
One of the key items collectors look for in a Dodge Viper of this era is anti-lock brakes, something not even offered until the 2001 model year. This car has them, making it that much more desirable. Considering Fiat Chrysler has stopped making Vipers and announced there are zero plans to bring the car back, values for models like this one should continue to climb.
If you’re interested in this Viper, contact The Garage Inc. to inquire about purchasing it.