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Treat yourself to a Generation IV Dodge Viper ACR!!!
2008 Dodge Viper ACR (American Club Racer) for sale. This very low miles Viper ACR is completely stock and is the
same classic red with black center band and red driver's stripe color scheme used by Dodge to promote the 2008
Generation (Gen) IV ACR in the Viper broacher and magazine articles. It is also the same color scheme as the Viper
ACR that set the Nurburgring production car lap record in 2009 which is still the 16th fastest "ring" time to date.
With Viper production ending this year, this Viper in this color scheme is well on its way to becoming a great
collector car. This car is the non-hardcore variety and comes with the factory A/C, 6 disc stereo, and the
optional navigation. (The hardcore variety removed the stereo and the A/C. I once owned a 1965 Mustang without
A/C and will never do it again.)
Besides its great color scheme and having less than 4, 500 miles on it, the car also comes with all the original
books, both sets of keys and remotes, original suspension tools, fang splitter extension piece, original window
sticker, and the 2008 Dodge Viper brochure. Along with all the original parts and documents, the buyer of the car
will also get:
1. Brand new black Dodge Viper ACR Coupe (2008-10) Upgrade Car Cover Satin Stretch Indoor Cover and bag from the
Viper Store ($400 value)
2. Driver and passenger TeamTech ASR six point harnesses (red and black color, perfectly matched and designed for
the Dodge Viper, $900 value) and two brand new TeamTech Viper Mounting bars for the anti-submarine (aka crotch)
straps of the ASR harness ($350 value).
3. Brand New Mopar Performance PCM for '08-'10 Viper (I never installed the PCM. It was slightly cosmetically
damaged when it was shipped, but is still completely functional. $1, 235 value).
4. Hot Wheels 2008 Viper SRT10 ACR model
5. Burago 1/24 scale ida-cast metal 2008 Viper ACR model
This Gen IV ACR is in almost mint condition and still has the new car smell. The seats and interior are in perfect
condition and show no signs of wear. The front bumper, hood, mirrors, side rocker panels, and bottom of the
quarter panels are all cover in a clear protective wrap. There are no chips in this car's paint. It currently has
Pirelli P-Zero Corsa (heat cycled) tires on it with around 50% tread life. I also still have the original Michelin
Pilot Sport Cup tires (which are no longer produced) that came on the car. The tires are too old for aggressive
street driving, but would be great for a collector who wants to have an all original GEN IV Viper ACR in their
collection. The adjustable suspension and rear wing have never been moved from their stock settings and still have
the original stickers over the adjustment knobs to prove it. This ACR would be a great addition for someone's car
It would also make a great track car or weekend canyon carver for someone who wants to use the car and do
performance/spirited driving. There are very few street cars as fast as the Viper ACR on a road course. The
naturally aspirated engine and six speed manual make it a fun and challenging car to drive and you will not get
bored with it. You can spend years learning how to drive this car faster and how to wring out every bit of
performance it has to offer. The Gen IV Viper was the last of the analog Vipers; meaning there are no electronic
nannies (no traction control and no stability control; it does have ABS) holding you back and telling you how to
drive the car. This car will do exactly what you tell it to do. All the gauges are also analog, giving the car a
clean and classical look. The Gen IV has a very reliable engine and great brakes with steel StopTech two piece
rotors. The front wheel diameter is 18 inches and the rear wheel diameter is 19 inches giving you a number of tire
options to use on the car. The car is easy to work on and maintain yourself. While the new Gen V Viper ACR is a
beast of a track car, the Gen IV ACR gives you 90% of the performance at a much lower operating cost.
I am the second owner of this car and bought it in April 2014 with 2, 890 miles on it. The car was originally
bought from Max Chrysler Jeep and Dodge, Butler, MO and was built