614 E. Auto Center Dr.
A 500 hp sports car is the kind of ride we all dream of owning. And this one-owner low-mileage 2006 Dodge Viper SRT-10 convertible not only delivers on muscle, but there's also beauty and rarity within this brutal power.
Dodge offered special colors every year with the Viper, so while ones like red was always available, this Slate Crystal Pearl Coat was rarely found on the palette. That's why it's so special to have what appears to be all-original paint in such nice condition. It has a similar deepness to black, but when the sunlight hits it, the color radiates like a starry night sky. And the dual silver racing stripes were a great option to have, because it not only harmonizes with the special paint, but also it reminds you these are built for speed. The extra-long hood showcases the aggressive snake-eyes headlights, heat extractors for the big motor, and a power bulge that ends in a scoop with two venomous fangs on the side. The deeply scalloped sides look awesome as they extend seamlessly from the fenders through the doors. And the shapely rear hides some of the car's best wind-cheating abilities. Plus, the alloy wheels have a nice polish to go with the silvery tones of the car while also giving you an aggressive 18/19 inch front/rear stance with plenty of meaty rubber to meet the road.
The black roof looks good against the dark gray exterior paint, and with a flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal an even more impressive full black interior. This car has averaged only about 1,350 miles annually, and low mileage means hardly any moments to crease in the leather-lined sports seats. This generation of Viper was more accommodating than its predecessors. For example, the suede insert in the seats makes it quite nice to hop inside even on sunny days. You also get a ton of features, like power windows, power locks, alarm, rear defogger, cup holders, cruise control, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and a premium AM/FM/CD/XM stereo system. Plus, the cold-blowing R-134A air conditioning allows you to enjoy this Viper with the top down even in the summer. But this more accommodating Viper doesn't mean it lost its wild side. You instantly know this is still a machine built around the driver the moment you slip behind the grippy sports steering wheel. There's a large speedo and tach directly in front, crisp white-faced gauges running up the center stack, and a shifter exactly where your right hand wants to be.
The 8.3-liter V10 is one of the most imposing motors around. It has that extra-long look of power that we love on other exotics like a Ferrari, but this also has its own distinct flair from the twin-plenum intake and big red valve Viper covers. With a low mileage on the odometer, you know the single owner cared for it correctly. We even have a $3k receipt from recent fluid and differential service. This is the original motor, and it starts up like a well-cared for fuel-inject powerhouse should. The six-speed manual transmission means you are in full control of the street-eating 500 horsepower and the sweet soundtrack coming from the side exhaust. This confident feeling is backed up by the fully independent suspension, power steering, grippy Pirelli P-Zero tires, and a big four-wheel power disc brake package.
This Viper SRT-10 has the ideal mix of features that lets you enjoy it today and appreciate it even more as it matures into full classic status. That's why the sale comes complete with the original window sticker and maintenance records. This is a rare-color one-owner Arizona car that been treated with respect from day one. Call today!!!
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