1998 Dodge GTS-RSOLD

1998 Dodge GTS-R

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Exterior: Black with racing graphics
Interior: Race trim, LHD
Body Type: 2-door coupe
Engine: 7.990-liter, SOHC, fuel-injected V-10, 750 hp estimated
Transmission: 6-speed manual

Warranty: No.

Features: Full race Viper!

Reference Number 57763

as of 11/16/2009

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Car 1998 Dodge GTS-R
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Known History

The GTS-R is an all-out racing version of the GTS Coupe, producing approximately 700 horsepower and featuring a carbon fiber and Kevlar composite body. The GTS-R earned the 1997-1999 FIA GT2 (later GTS) championships, 1998-2000 LeMans GTS Class and 2000 Daytona 24 Hours outright.</br>

This example was purchased new by Taisan International, Inc. and driven by the famous Ricky Chiba in numerous international events including the Japanese Grand Touring Car Championship. Taisan International, Inc., a Tokyo-based company, was the first customer to purchase a new GTS-R, the Viper specifically tuned for racing.</br>

Formed in 1984, Team Taisan captured the Japanese Sports Car Championship for three consecutive years (1985-1987), and the Japan Touring Car (Class 2) Championship in 1989. Recently, Taisan earned two championships in the Japanese Grand Touring Championship (JGTC) series in 1995 and 1996. The team expects to race the Viper GTS-R in the JGTC series which begins in October.