Here’s a 1994 Dodge Viper that’s never been driven. Well, not quite never: It was sold new in Canada, and its odometer currently reads 39 kilometers, which translates to roughly 24 miles. So it’s been driven, but only at a rate of approximately one mile per year since it was sold new.
Yes, that’s right, this is a totally pristine 1994 Dodge Viper RT/10, and it’s currently offered for sale by Indoor Auto in the Minneapolis area. Not surprisingly, it’s painted Viper Red with a gray interior — the car’s most popular initial color combination — and it truly looks as new as it is, with an unblemished body and interior. It’s a sight to behold, especially considering so many Vipers have been driven hard by multiple owners, or destroyed in collisions given their challenging nature.
The Carfax report has scant information on this one, almost surely because it was sold new in Canada and not driven for decades. But the report shows that the car was moved to California in 2017 with an odometer reading of 30 (kilometers, presumably), meaning it’s been driven nine kilometers (or roughly five miles) since. Someone went joyriding for approximately six minutes.
Anyway, this Viper is the cleanest first-generation model I’ve seen since it was a new car, and it’s currently offered for $52,500, which seems like a reasonable price considering that normally used ones tend to sell for $25,000 to $35,000. Perhaps this would be the perfect Viper for the collector who has one already, but who wants to keep a nice one just to stare at. Find a Dodge Viper for sale
Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.