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A used Dodge Viper can be a truly awesome purchase. These V-10 powered sports cars are some of the most powerful to ever come out of the US. Dodge originally introduced the 400 horsepower Dodge Viper in 1992 with a convertible body style as the only option. In 1998 Dodge released the second generation of the Viper, which included a coupe version. The second generation Viper sported more power, 450 horsepower, and more torsional rigidity. It's signature double-bubble roof and organic curves made it an instant classic. The third generation Viper debuted in 2003 with a completely redesigned chassis, engine and exterior. Gone were the organic curves, replaced by angular and sharp lines. Also new was a 500 horsepower engine and world-class handling that allowed the Viper to go toe-to-toe with nearly everything other car manufacturers had to offer. Once again, the Viper was only offered in convertible form, until a coupe version was released in 2006. The third generation ran until the end of 2006, before being supplanted by the fourth generation in 2008. An interesting fact is that there were no 2007 model year Vipers made. Along with the fourth generation Viper came a new version of the V-10 with 600 horsepower and variable valve timing. To further add to the Viper's legacy of performance, Dodge produced the ACR (American Club Racing) version of the Viper in late 2008. Truly a race car wrapped in a street car's clothing, the Viper ACR sported enhanced suspension and an aggressive aerodynamics package that included a front splitter, fascia-mounted diveplanes and a rear wing that altogether produce 1000 pounds of downforce at 150mph.
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