- Chassis: 1B3JZ65Z44V101119
- 6k Miles
- 8.3-Liter V10
- Six-Speed Manual Transmission
- Limited-Slip Differential
- #56 of 200 Mamba Editions
- Viper White w/Red Pinstripes
- Black & Red Leather & Microsuede
- Black Convertible Soft Top
- Chrome-Finished 18" & 19" Wheels
- Red-Finished Brake Calipers
- Side-Exit Exhaust Pipes
- Air Conditioning
- Factory Stereo w/CD Changer
- Window Sticker
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This 2004 Dodge Viper SRT-10 roadster is #56 of 200 Mamba Edition cars produced and is finished in Viper White over a black and red leather and microsuede interior. Power is provided by an 8.3-liter V10 linked with a Tremec six-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. Equipment includes a black soft top, chrome-finished 18″ and 19″ aluminum wheels, red brake calipers, side-exit exhaust pipes, air conditioning, and a factory stereo with a CD changer. The car was delivered new to Dave Croft Motors in Collinsville, Illinois, and later spent time in Florida where it was acquired by the seller in May 2018. This Viper has 6k miles and is now offered with a window sticker and a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.
The car is finished in Viper White with red pinstripes and is equipped with a black convertible soft top, xenon headlamps, integrated fog lights, hood and front fender vents, and side-exit exhaust pipes. The Carfax report lists an accident entry from June 2005 stating that the car struck a culvert or ditch as well as a concrete traffic barrier resulting in damage to the front of the vehicle.
Chrome-finished six-lug aluminum wheels measure 18″ in diameter up front and 19″ out back and are mounted with older Michelin Pilot Sport tires measuring 275/35 and 345/30, respectively. Braking is handled by red-finished Viper-branded Brembo calipers over ventilated discs at all four corners.
The interior features bolstered bucket seats trimmed in black leather with microsuede inserts as well as red stitching complemented by red leather accents on the steering wheel, shifter, handbrake handle, center console, lower dash, and door panels. Additional interior equipment includes air conditioning, push-button ignition, power windows, Viper-branded floor mats, and a factory stereo with an in-dash six-disc CD changer. The seller notes a split in the right side of the dashboard and states that a front airbag recall repair was performed in November 2021.
A plaque mounted on the center console identifies this example as #56 of 200 Mamba Editions built.
The three-spoke steering wheel fronts white instrument dials consisting of a tachometer with a 6k-rpm redline, a 220-mph speedometer, and a fuel level gauge. Additional gauges for oil pressure, oil temperature, coolant temperature, and battery voltage are mounted in the center stack to the right of the steering wheel. The digital odometer indicates 6k miles.
The 8.3-liter V10 was factory rated at 500 horsepower and 525 lb-ft of torque when new, which is sent to the rear wheels through a Tremec six-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential.
The window sticker lists factory equipment, colors, options, and a total MSRP of $87,295.
The Carfax report shows the aforementioned June 2005 accident and lists registration and service history in Florida.