This Dodge Viper is thought to be the most powerful professional drift car in the world.
The car has just 34 miles on the clock and was stored in a climate controlled garage.
They range from classic Ferrari and Mercedes models to race cars, and multiple Skylines.
Paying $63,000 for a 12-year old Viper inspired by the GTA Bravado Banshee seems rather steep, doesn’t it?.
Even though it was discontinued at the end of 2017, the Viper remains an icon that inspires designers.
After blowing the engine and dumping oil on the road, this Viper became impossible to control.
The car never reached production, but it helped to spawn the 2005 Ford GT.
You might end up with the best Viper ever for small change, but even if you don’t, your money will go to a good cause.
Dodge’s focus on performance will likely result in the death of at least two models.
If you can’t have a drag race in real life, the next best thing is to see what they’ll do on a driving simulator.
Despite bring in a million dollars, the cars were a bit of bargain compared to the first Challenger Hellcat.
It looks like the Dodge Viper will stay dead as FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne has revealed there are no plans for a new model.