The Viper RT/10 was converted to right-hand drive by Viperformance, the company that Chrysler eventually appointed to handle all new Viper RHD conversions in Australia.
Showing just 28,650km (believed genuine) on its odometer, the Viper features full leather trim, air conditioning, Viper GTS alloy wheels and a short-shift kit for its six-speed manual gearbox.
Stored and used sparingly since 2004 by the original owner's son, it presents in excellent condition today, with Shannons quoting a guiding range of $88,000-$100,000.
The auction will also feature a 429ci-powered Robnell Cobra, 1970 Ford Mach 1 428 Mustang, '68 Shelby GT500 replica, 1974 Ford XB GT 351 sedan, restored '67 Camaro, '85 HDT VK SS Commodore and unusual '68 AMC Javelin that's been converted to Ford BA Falcon running gear.
For more details on Monday's Shannons Melbourne Summer Classic Vehicle Auction, go to www.shannons.com.au