With the 2010 model year marking the end of the iconic Gen4 Dodge Viper, Dodge//SRT created a unique “Dealer Exclusive Program”, for its three best-selling Viper dealers.
The program allowed its three best-selling Viper dealers an opportunity to create their own special edition, that best met the dreams of their loyal customers. A total of 50 cars were produced under the program, and specific combinations were determined by each Viper dealer who volunteered to participate.
In the end, Tomball Dodge of Tomball, Texas created the “Reverse SRT-10 ACR”, featuring a reverse color combination of the famed Snakeskin Green model introduced a year before, Roanoke Dodge of Roanoke, Illinois, created a unique Viper Black SRT-10 Coupe with Plum Crazy-colored dual stripes. But our favorite and the most outrageous of the trio had to be the Viper SRT-10 ACR Roadster, developed specifically with Woodhouse Dodge in Blair, Nebraska.
The 2010 Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR Roadster took everything used on the popular track-oriented American Club Racer and brought it to the open-air Roadster for the first and only time ever. A total of 21 open-air ACR Roadsters were produced at the Conner Assembly Plant in Detroit. Those cars include:
- (1) Viper Red
- (1) Viper Red with Dual Black Stripes
- (3) Viper Red with ACR Red Driver’s Stripe
- (1) Race Yellow
- (1) Race Yellow with Dual Black Stripes
- (3) Race Yellow with ACR Yellow Driver’s Stripe
- (1) Black
- (1) Black with Dual Red Stripes
- (3) Black with ACR Red Driver’s Stripe
- (1) Bright White
- (1) Bright White with Dual Red Stripes
- (3) Bright White with ACR Red Driver’s Stripe
The 21st car produced was built from the last 50 units known as the “Final Edition” model. It was painted in Graphite Clear Coat with a painted Black center stripe which was outlined in Bright Red (unique to the Final Edition). That car was raffled off to members of the Viper Club of America (VCA) and was not part of the Woodhouse cars.
The car you are looking at here is currently up for sale on the popular online automotive auction site, BringATrailer.com. It is 1 of 3 Race Yellow with ACR Yellow Driver’s Stripe cars built, but what makes that scheme special, is that it was the scheme introduced to the public at the announcement of the “Dealer Exclusive Program”.
At the heart of the Gen4 Viper SRT-10, was the 8.4-liter (510 cubic-inch) VIPER V-10. The massive naturally-aspirated powerplant delivered 600 horsepower (450 kW) and 560 lb.-ft. (760 N•m) of torque. The SRT-10 channeled its power through a ZF Sachs twin-disc clutch and transferred power to the rear wheels via a 6-speed Tremec TR-6060 manual transmission. This car currently sits with a little over 2,200 miles on the odometer.
According to the listing, the seller states that the battery was replaced in March 2022 and that the car got its last oil change in 2012. Also noted was a power steering leak and a small indentation and scratches to the rear jack support on the underside of the car.
The cabin features bolstered seats upholstered in black leather with microsuede inserts joined by a matching dash, center console, door panels, and carpets. Amenities include power accessories, Viper floor mats, air conditioning, power-adjustable pedals, a 7-speaker Alpine audio system with subwoofers, and an AM/FM/CD stereo.
The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage and lists history in Iowa and Nebraska. Two owners are noted, but titles provided by the seller show ownership from new. The car also comes with the original window sticker, which lists the car’s total MSRP at $109,535 in 2010.
This Viper ACR is not only rare but is a true stunner. It should have no problem finding its way into someone’s collection.
For more details, pictures, or the ability to bid, you can visit its BringATrailer.com listing. The auction is scheduled to end on Tuesday, January 3rd, 2023 at 3:45 p.m. EST.
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