2017 Dodge Viper GTC/ Voodoo II


Pre-Purchase inspections welcome, we describe these vehicles to the best of our ability. There are NO returns on vehicles purchased.

We offer financing at 10% down with a credit score of over 650.


This is the Rarest of Rare at only 31 produced worldwide, this is a guaranteed ROI. This is the last of the production Vipers. There will be no additional Viper models! This Voodoo II packs 645hp and 600tq. It is # 29 out of 31 produced. This specific model only has 11 transport miles on it, she still retains all of the pre-delivery prep on the seats, shifter, and glovebox. It has never been on the ROAD or TRACK. Essentially, the Voodoo II ACR is the last of its kind, do not miss out on this opportunity.


Inside the Cabin, you are greeted by Aluminum Pedals, Checkered Alcantara Material throughout, bronze trim, and the unique Voodoo II silver stitching. The interior has no Wear at all. I would go over the interior electronics but essentially it is a Fully Loaded SRT packaged car, so you get technology and performance in one. 


The Voodoo II’s exterior is menacing. It has Aero treatments comparable to the Atlanta Airport. This is a Racecar with no Rollcage. The Large Carbon Ceramic rotors and Bright Red Calipers really show excellent through the Split Design Wheels, with the specific Khumo Tires for the Car!


This latest ACR went after track dominance with a vengeance, making a case that the Viper no longer had to be a handful just to prove its merits.

It’s a locked-down, properly set up, single-purpose car; that is able to put its monstrous power and direct steering to good use, providing a near perfect track experience. As the harder you push it, the better it responds.

All the Viper trademarks are still here as well; crosshair grille, long bulging hood, and of course side pipes expelling exhaust from that old-school pushrod V10.

And that unique sound! It’s more like a monster truck than a high-performance car, but we’re not complaining.

Horsepower is 645, and there are 600 lb-ft. of torque attempting to deploy to the pavement.

The Viper may have allowed traction control and ABS to slip in over the years, but there’s still a Tremec TR6060 manual transmission ahead of the drive shaft, and a big ‘ol ball shifter for manhandling it.

There’s a launch control button right on the steering wheel. Hit it, mash the gas, say a quick prayer, and you’re off to a skating 0-60 time of 3.6–seconds.

The search for true traction seems to continue the whole ¼-mile, and if all goes right and you’re able to stay on the gas, you’ll arrive at the end of the ¼ in one piece, in 11.7–seconds at 128 miles-per-hour.


Key Facts: 

-Limited production

– Last Year produced

– Still in the Wrapper

– Window Sticker and all books included in sale.


All advertised prices exclude government fees and taxes. any finance charges. and any emission testing charges. The price for listed vehicles as equipped does not include charges such as: License. Title. Registration Fees. State and Local Taxes. Smog Fees. and Physical Damage of Liability Insurance. Dealer makes no representations. expressed or implied. to any actual or prospective purchaser or owner of this vehicle to the existence. ownership. accuracy. description or condition of the listed vehicles equipment. accessories. price. specials or any warranties. Any and all differences must be addressed prior to the sale of this vehicle. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.


There is a $250 dealer fee that is not included in the original price


The Details

Year 2017
Mileage 14
Exterior Black
Interior Black
Engine 8.4L V10
Transmission Manual
Price $0