1998 DODGE VIPER GT2 #1B3ER69E5WV401070. (Stock #4109.) In 1991, Chrysler Corporation introduced an entirely new line of cars--the Viper. It was a raw and very fast 2-seater sports car, powered by an 8-litre V 10 engine with 6-speed manual transmission. The car was an instant hit in the exotic car community. In 1996, the second generation Viper was introduced with more power, a bit lighter body and with even greater performance than the Series 1 cars. In 1997, Chrysler decided to build a racing version of the Viper—the GTS-R. It proved to be a highly successful race car, winning 5 FIA GT Championships from 1997 to 2002. In 1998, Chrysler moved to treat the high-performance car crowd with a street-legal version of the GTS-R. They built 100 examples of the car which produced 465 horsepower with 500 foot pounds of torque. This power enabled the car to turn a 12.5 second quarter mile with a top speed of 185 miles per hour. Both the track and the street GTS-R's were equipped with a 5-point safety restraint system, high rear spoilers, rear diffusers and BBS-style wheels. The street cars were delivered with custom car covers in fitted bags which were embroidered with the number (1-100) of the individual car. They were also supplied with a disposable camera which took photos of each car, as it progressed down the production line, and many sketches and photos of each car along with literature regarding the GTS-R.. Our car, #70, is finished in original Stone White with Viper Blue stripes and blue and charcoal leather. It was sold new in Florida before moving to Ridgewood, New Jersey and then to Marina, California where it was owned by a Viper aficionado who also owned GT2/GTS-R #1. In 2013, the car was purchased by a local (Chester) long-time Stable customer who has pampered the car for seven years while servicing it in our shop. The family reluctantly offered the car for sale upon their permanent move to Arizona. The car presents and drives as new and is accompanied by every accessory with which it was delivered as a new car—including the photos taken as it moved along the production line. 8,126 miles.