LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 2003 Dodge SRT-10 Viper
The Viper saga entered a new era in 2003 with a clean-sheet redesign prompted by Team Viper’s goal of increasing ride quality while producing a more refined and even more capable performer. When Dodge introduced an all-new Viper SRT-10, it featured an entirely new, more aerodynamic roadster body, comprehensively upgraded interior, plus more standard features like Xenon HID headlamps, air conditioning, premium audio system with in-dash 6 CD player, power adjustable pedals, anti-lock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution and most importantly a new 8.3L V10 with 50 more horsepower!
Hidden within the all new bodywork was an all-new chassis of greater strength with a redesigned all-independent suspension, larger power 4-wheel disc brakes and staggered 18-inch front and 19-inch rear alloy wheels wearing Michelin Pilot Sport tires. The Viper’s V-10 engine was all new in service to engineering’s triple-500-design parameter, displacing 505 CI and generating 500 HP and 525 lb-ft of torque through a Tremec 6-speed manual transmission. Side exhaust returned to make way for an effective rear diffuser, and now drew from both cylinder banks to supplant the somewhat jarring sound of two inline-5 engines with a more melodious exhaust note.
This SRT-10 Viper presented for sale is one of 1,875 convertibles built in 2003, and it’s one of only 390 finished in Viper Bright Silver, here sharply accented with chromed 10-spoke wheels. It has been collector owned since new and has only traveled a mere 2,300 original miles. The black leather and suede interior shows the benefits of the refining process with air conditioning, power steering, windows and locks, and a 6-disc CD stereo system. Although great measures were taken to improve the refinement of the Viper, it was still a Snake through and through.