New and still sealed in its original wrapper, this kit comes from our private collection of kits
When Dodge introduced their first souped-up super truck in 1996, it blew people's hair back. literally. And of course, that's exactly what the designers expected when they lowered the frame, improved the suspension tuning and dropped in a V-10, 400 horsepower Viper engine. The result, although impractical, was impressive, with 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) acceleration times of less than five seconds and a top speed of over 150 mph (241 km/h).