This Viper is a bald eagle eating apple pie on the Fourth of July.
The Dodge Viper always complemented its brutal supercar power with the stunning looks of a concept car, and this beautiful 2006 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Coupe is a perfect example of both. The 2006 model year marked the introduction of the second-gen Viper coupe – now called the SRT-10 Coupe instead of the GTS – but it still had an instantly recognizable shape with the double-bubble roof mixed with the available Viper GTS Blue paint and wide, white racing stripes.
If you like what you see, GT Motor Cars has this amazing, low-mileage 2006 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Coupe listed for sale.
Many Vipers have been extensively modified and/or abused over the years, so it isn't very common to see one in as good of condition as this SRT-10 Coupe. This 2006 Dodge Viper has had just two owners in its lifetime, and it is showing less than 7,200 miles on the odometer. While it might look like a stock Viper from the outside, this SRT-10 is hiding a big secret under the hood.
Strapped to the front of the Viper's 8.3-liter V10 engine is almost $10,000 worth of Paxton Supercharger power. According to Paxton, this unit increases the standard output of the Viper (510 horsepower and 535 lb-ft of torque) up to 700 horsepower and 633 lb-ft of torque on 7-8 psi of boost. That's more than enough to give this venomous Viper even more bite!
This well-preserved, supercharged 2006 Dodge Viper GTS is being sold by GT Motor Cars of Wallingford, Connecticut, so contact them today for your chance to own this powerful and iconic American supercar or any of the other amazing exotic, classic and collectible cars they have available.