Space 18: 1994 Dodge Viper RT/10 880 Mile Time Capsule – Coming Soon!

May 2020 | Reserved Parking

No exterior door handles, roll up windows, fixed rear window, air conditioning, air bags, or anti-lock brakes.  Side exhaust pipes that could burn passenger’s legs.  These are the adjectives used to describe many sports cars from the 1950s and 60’s, not a new Dodge for model year 1994.  The original Viper is arguably the last of the truly analog cars for these reasons. 

Capable of 0–60 miles per hour in 4.2 seconds, completing a quarter mile in 12.6 seconds at the speed of 113.8 miles per hour, and the ability to average close to one lateral g in corners, the original Viper proved very tricky for all but the most skilled drivers.  Consequently, many of the originals ended up barely surviving extensive damage at some point if they weren’t completely totaled.

Unlike what you typically come across when an early Viper becomes available for sale, GuysWithRides.com is pleased to exclusively offer one of the lowest mileage, original owner 1994 Vipers left in the world. This 880 mile (yes, you read that correctly) time capsule offered by the original owner out of his private collection located in Central New Jersey will be available shortly. To manage early expectations the Hagerty Insurance Online Valuation Tool currently lists its #2 “Excellent” appraisal at $45,800, while this page on BringATrailer.com provides the range of results on similar Vipers over the past year.

If you have a serious interest in learning more before then, you can contact Rudy directly at (908) 295-7330.

With only 880 miles traveled, the interior presents as new and is only in need of a good spring cleaning to be show ready.

Similarly, the original factory three-spoke painted rims show no scuff marks are also in like-new condition.

Similar to what Lee Iacocca used to say, if you can find a lower mileage, better condition Dodge Viper than the one presented here, BUY IT!  This Viper is the perfect example for the competent driver who could not afford one when new, but now has the means to buy what is now a 28 year old new car.  Thank you for looking and good luck with the purchase!

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