2010 Dodge Viper

SRT-10 ACR Final Edition Coupe
Mecum Houston 2020
Thursday, 3 December - Saturday, 5 December 2020
Sale Price
5 December 2020
Sold Date
Lot Number
Mecum Auctions
Auction House
Chassis no. 1B3AZ6JZ5AV100417. Gray and black over black leather and cloth with red stitching. 515-cid, 600hp, 6-speed manual, side exhaust, carbon fiber front splitter and rear wing, slotted rotors, red calipers, Koni coilovers, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, power windows, CD stereo.

Evaluation: One of 50 Final Edition Vipers built in 2010 and one of just 12 ACR coupes. Like new—as you’d expect since the odometer shows only 290 miles.

Bottom Line: For 2010, the fourth-gen Viper was bidding adieu with no immediate replacement (one would arrive in 2013), so Dodge sold a run of 50 “Final Edition” cars made up of 20 coupes, 18 roadsters and 12 hardcore ACRs. This one went straight to the car collection rather than the track, as most of them probably did, and it sold for $126,500 at Mecum Las Vegas 2017. The result here may be lower, but in the longer term, limited-production, high-performance, driver-oriented cars like these are likely to appreciate even if there’s no shortage of them ready to come to market if there is an uptick in values. For the moment, at least based on this result, the other 3-digit mileage ACR Final Edition Viper Coupes will sit in their garages.

by Andrew Newton
17 December 2020
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