Dubbed “The Ultimate Last Chance,” if you missed out on getting either a Dodge Viper or a Dodge Demon, you’ll have a chance. Barrett-Jackson Northeast is where you’ll want to be for a chance to own history.
You bid on both cars and a group, which makes it even more special. The Viper was the last Viper to roll off the assembly line in Detroit, and the Demon is the last of the limited-production car. Remember, there are only 3,000 total Demons in the United States and just 300 in Canada.
Making the cars even more special, they’re both painted in Viper Red (production code LRN) to mark the end of their run. That color was not available at all on a normal Demon.
The Viper carries VIN ending in 731948 and has a black interior. Black Alcantara leather seats, exterior carbon fiber accents and a unique VIN instrument panel badge make up the car.
The Demon has the cloth and Alcantara seats, at least in the front. The car doesn’t have rear seats, but includes the front passenger seat. A custom car cover and VIN instrument panel badge are included, as is the Demon Crate.
One-hundred percent of the proceeds go to the United Way.
Barrett-Jackson Northeast is scheduled for June 20th through the 23rd in Uncasville, Connecticut.