The original Viper is now nearly 30 years old, so it was only a matter of time until ultra low-mileage examples like this one started to appear. It's a first-year 1992 model that's been stored in a collection since new, with just 34 miles on the odometer. Now, . You should buy it.
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According to the seller's description, this is the 100th Viper ever produced. It's been kept in a climate-controlled garage since it was delivered to its first owner, and looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor. The original window sticker is still on the car, as are the original tires. The car is, of course, totally stock, right down to those iconic three-spoke wheels, side-exit exhausts, and magnificent 8.0-liter V-10 engine. In preparation for the sale, the car has had all of its fluids and air filters replaced. In theory, it should be able to run and drive, provided none of the rubber seals inside the engine or transmission have dried out. We wouldn't trust those 27-year-old tires to work beyond parking lot speeds, though, no matter how shiny they look.
The seller provides a few pictures of how the car was discovered, hood popped and covered in dust. It's since been detailed for the sale, and looks absolutely immaculate. The paint shines brightly, and the interior plastics aren't faded. We'd be hard-pressed to find a nicer example.
The car is currently . That's about triple the asking price of your average first-gen Viper, but considering the mileage, the price makes sense. If you've ever wanted to own a brand-new 1992 Dodge Viper, this is likely as close as you'll be able to get.