The 1993 Dodge Viper RT/10 is an icon in its own right. When it comes to American sports cars

the Viper always ranks high regardless of model year, and its masculine proportions are attractive.

The Ford Mustang may have a stronger legacy, but the Dodge Viper

nothing short of a hero car among kids and Hollywood his stars who could afford to own one.

Mercedes SL55 AMG can also be said to be a car for men.

Yes of course, but more family friendly. Not the type that wants to show how ridiculously loud the engine is.

The Viper RT/10 fits into this category. A bumpy hood and 8.0-liter V10 engine set it apart from American muscle.

A car that doesn't mind bystanders having to wear noise-cancelling headphones while driving

In addition to the aluminum V10 engine, it featured the Callaway 440 Performance Package

which provided 40 horsepower more than the standard RT/10's 400 horsepower.

Callaway has also worked to improve the exhaust system flow and intake system flow.

You may be wondering why the speedway lights are on top, but that's because he was the official pace car at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Connecticut in 1993, 1994 and 1995.