There are no outside door handles. The windows don't roll up. The exterior and driver's throne show typical signs of wear. But you won't care about any of that as you rev the ten-cylinder, 400-horsepower engine. Because you don't drive this car... you just hang on.
This first-generation Viper has dangerous acceleration and no anti-lock brakes. Before handing you the key, you must demonstrate that you can drive it around the block safely and handle its manual (stick) transmission. You will also need to tell me whether you want the hard top on or off, as it must remain this way for the duration of your trip. (It is too difficult for new drivers to install or remove.) The windows can be removed at any time and stored in the trunk.
The car has virtually all factory-installed parts, except for an after-market Bluetooth radio in the dash that can connect to your phone. The cigarette lighter houses a USB adapter for charging your accessories.
Refill with premium gas only.