1993 DODGE VIPER RT/10

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30 minutes was all it took Team Viper to gain the green light from one of the most visionary automotive executives in modern history. That short prototype drive of Lee Iacocca’s down Oakland Avenue in Detroit would see one of the world’s most brutish, outrageous, and now iconic 90s sports cars move from prototype to production in under 12 months.

Drawing inspiration from the book titled Skunkworks, which outlined Lockheed Martin’s skunkworks programs of WWII, 85 engineers leveraged Chrysler Corporation’s vast resources – including Lamborghini – to produce one of the “Most American Cars” ever. In short, the Viper was made for one purpose, sitting down, shutting up, and hanging on.

Exterior

A MODERN COBRA

The Viper program started with a statement from then-Chairman Bob Lutz, “What if Chrysler Corporation could produce a modern Cobra?”. From clay to concept, metal to market, the Dodge Viper design reflects its performance car intent, via its sleek flowing lines, wide low stance, and muscular detailing. The Viper’s design could never be repeated in the modern context, nor could its singular focus and raw driver engagement.

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Interior

DRIVER-FOCUSSED COCKPIT

Every aspect of the Dodge Viper’s interior screams performance, from the airbag-less three-spoke steering wheel, to the manual shifter sitting proudly atop the centre console and the simplistic cabin layout, the Viper delivered on its brief. The contrasting and durable black-grey interior colourway is punctuated by supportive, grey-leather clad, sports-bucket seats. Ergonomically, the Viper’s cabin places everything close to hand with little to distract from the task at hand – driving.

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MECHANICAL

LAMBORGHINI CO-ENGINEERED 8 LITRE V10

While the first test-mule featured a Hemi-V8, Chrysler President Bob Lutz challenged his team to deliver a V10 and did they deliver. 7990 cubic centimetres, 488-cubic-inches, 630Nm of torque, 298kW, 20-valves and 10-pistons, no matter which way you look at it, the Dodge Viper’s Lamborghini fettled engine is massive. The huge engine rockets the American open-top to 100km/h in 4.3 seconds and all the way to a roof popping top speed of 165 miles per hour (265km/h).

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PERFORMANCE

399BHP AT THE CRANK

CAPACITY

8 LITRE V10

ODOMETER

4,500 MILES

TRANSMISSION

SIX-SPEED MANUAL

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INFORMATION & SPECIFICATION

VEHICLE INFO

1993 Dodge Viper RT/10

10 cylinder 8.0L Petrol

Naturally aspirated

6-speed manual transmission

4,500 Miles

2 Keys

Logbook

Manuals

Incredible condition

Unmolested and original LHD import

Complete side, rear window and tonneau roof present in original bags

It is believed this LHD vehicle can be registered in all states, apart from NSW. In 2023, this Viper will be 30 years old and can also be registered in NSW

This is one of the first generation Vipers, and with book-end (first and last) vehicles holding the most value, we expect a healthy appreciation trajectory

In addition, as a genuine LHD non-converted car, it is expected to appreciate far greater than LHD to RHD converted cars

SPECIFICATION

Dual exhaust

Limited Slip Differential

330mm ventilated brake rotors front and rear

4 piston brake calipers front and 2 piston rear

275/40 ZR17 front tyres

335/35 ZR17 rear tyres

Dual front bucket seats with 2-way adjust

Leather seat trim

Leather steering wheel and gear knob

Carpet floor trim

Manual convertible roof

Front reading lights

AM/FM hi-fidelity stereo with 6-speakers

Key fob activated remote fuel flap

Tachometer

Oil Pressure Gauge

Water Temp Gauge

Volt Gauge

Systems Monitor

Intermittent windscreen wipers

Fog lights

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