By Patrick Rall
CollectorCarNation.com has a great spread of Dodge product
on their virtual pages and today, we take a look at the pristine 1994 Dodge
Viper RT/10 shown in the image above.
The Viper is the kind of car that comes off of the assembly line as a
collector’s vehicle so we typically see these American supercars in good shape
with low miles but this particular Viper looks incredible.
This 1994 Dodge Viper RT/10 is so clean that the current
owner claims that there is not a newer 94 Viper in the world and he guarantee’s
that, promising that he will pay for people’s gas if they come to see the car
and don’t agree on the impeccable quality of this 18 year old roadster.
The owner claims that it has never been in
rain and has lived in a climate controlled garage safely covered; with just
6,300 miles racked up over the 18 year life of the original American supercar. Considering that this car has averaged just
350 miles a year since leaving the assembly line – it is no surprise why the
car is so clean.
This bright red 94 Viper RT/10 comes with the red hardtop
and a black soft top, factory leather that the owner claims still smells new
and ice cold air conditioning. The car
is stock with the exception of the lightweight BBS aluminum wheels wrapped in
high performance tires – helping to make the most of the 400 horsepower Viper
Owning this like-new piece of American supercar history will
set you back just $32,500. You can take
a look at the posting by clicking here for CollectorCarNation.com.