motorguru.com - Dodge Viper Factory Tour (host: Justin Bell)

motorguru's Justin Bell, world champion Viper factory driver, visits the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit where each 600 horsepower Dodge Viper is hand assembled with pride - one vehicle at a time. (See the complete Dodge Viper SRT10 video car at http://motorguru.com/video.html?v=40 ) motorguru's Justin Bell has a long history with Viper including being part of the factory Oreca Viper Team, winning the 1997 GT2 World Drivers Championship and the 1998 Le Mans 24 Hour race in the same category. Visiting the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant was somewhat of a homecoming for Justin and the team at motorguru. This motorFEATURE video is a story that motorguru.com has wanted to tell for some time. Conner Ave. is not at all a typical automated factory. Each Viper is hand assembled with unbelievable dedication from long-time craftsmen and craftswomen who take great pride in their work. Only seven to eight Vipers are produced each day in a straight line assembly line totally just over 700 feet long. Viper fans and owners know well the story and history of Conner Ave. Experience with motorguru.com perhaps the best of what Detroit has to offer.

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Conner Avenue Assembly Plant: Building the Dodge Viper
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Factory Customized Dodge Viper
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End of the Line: Dodge Viper
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The Very First Dodge Viper revealed & how it got its name
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