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Contes Concours Collection

1996 Viper Metallic Blue Dodge Viper GTS Fixed Roof Coupe

Contes Concours Collection


1996 Dodge Viper GTS, Fixed Roof Coupe, Viper Metallic Blue with White Stripes and Black Interior - V10 8 Liter 487 CI 450 HP 490 FT LB Torque Engine with 6 speed Manual Transmission with 0.5 Ratio 6th Gear 3.07 Limited Slip Rear Differential. This was the First Year of the Second Generation Viper. The FRC GTS was 90% new as compared to the Gen 1 car. The GTS also was selected as the Pace Car for the 1996 Indianapolis 500 acknowledging just how Special this re-designed SuperCar was in it's new form. The car included options beyond the massive V10 power-plant. Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Assisted 13" Disc  Brakes, Power Windows and Power Door Locks, Tilt Steering Wheel Column, AM/FM/CD, Leather Bucket Seats, Steering Wheel and Shift knob. OK, enough about options. The car has the Awesome V10 Engine. who needs a radio or a leather knob? This car is NOT James Bond's sophisticated Aston. Instead, what you have here is an absolute Brute of a performance car! Very reminiscent of the original Shelby except with more cylinders, power, sound and it has A/C to try and keep you cool while enjoying this magnificent car. No tea cups here, this is the bull in the china shop, but WOW what a fun Bull! You don't even need to drive it to enjoy it. Just looking at it will get your heart beating faster. This one is NOT for the faint of heart, but we will let you have it if you really want to experience what this supercar has to offer. This one has been lovingly maintained by it's mature owner, and is one of very few that have not been tracked! ONLY 11k miles!!! Well-Maintained and shows the attention to preservation of this exceptional vehicle. Once you see it in person, forget it you are hooked! AutoCheck Available!

Very Well priced at only $62,900

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 Bruce Meyer Founding Chairman of the Peterson Automotive Museum