Exclusive 1996 Dodge Viper Streedge Limo offered on Facebook

Exclusive 1996 Dodge Viper Streedge Limo offered on Facebook


A very special ad has appeared on Facebook Market. In the US state of Missouri, a real 1996 Dodge Viper Limousine is offered. According to the ad, the 7.62 meter long Viper drives “big”, and probably has a mileage of around 10,000 km. So every reason to look at this long lanky.

It’s no ordinary limousine

Although the car is a limousine, in the past it was not. The car – originally a Dodge Viper RT/10 – has been “stretched” as it was by the previous owner. A person with enough money and a carpenter’s eye can in principle stretch any car and turn it into a limousine. Something that also happened with this Viper.

Unlike a regular limousine, the new minivan does not include additional seats or an entertainment area, but mainly empty space. The middle of the car is empty except for two additional seats, separating only the rear seats from the original front cabin.

The car is equipped with front and rear roll bars, but does not have a targa on top. The Viper is called “top-less”. Driving in the rain is therefore not recommended.

Original V10

The original RT/10 is still the car it once was in terms of performance. The original engine, a raw petrol V10 roadster, has been retained. This produces about 415 hp, and a maximum torque of 662 Nm. With this engine you can reach a maximum speed of 260 kilometers per hour. It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds, which is undoubtedly very fast for a car of this length.

The car is also still completely Viper due to its colors. This is actually finished in white, with blue stripes and preserves elegant lines. Very typical of this generation of Vipers.

Dodge Viper Limousine

The Viper, which can seat up to 12 people when completely converted, has plush leather seats and a powerful sound system.

Price tag

According to the current owner, the car is very useful as a means of advertising for the company. Hence the foldable towbar, which can be used, for example, for towing while floating. But whether a converted limousine with just a few extra seats on each side is worth the $160,000 asking price is up to you. Take a look here’s a Facebook Market ad.