The car was originally sold to American Racing Technology new who had a driver by the name of Ryan Schimks drive the car for the Dodge Viper cup that was 2011,2012,2013. The car was originally wrapped in a Camo wrap and was one of the top performers for podium finishes in the history of the Dodge Viper Cup. The car was then sold to David Ferolli in Dallas where he used the car as a back up car for his other Dodge Viper ACRX that he ran in NASA and SCCA events. The second owner was also a CEO for a company and when his racing became more and more into the professional level the company was informed his insurance would be cancelled, he chose then to sell us the car and we then wrapped the car with the Dodge wrap and posted it for sale. The current owner has been using it for fun in HPDE 4 runs with NASA and on the private track of Inde Motorsports Ranch. The car is a good solid car and has been maintained by a Viper technician in Phoenix, AZ. It comes with a full set of extra wheels (Red color). Car is number ACRX 25 and the last of the first batch of Ax’s to be built. Only 5,200 miles on the odometer.
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