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SRT Viper - How it's made
You can read the article on the Viper here: http://www.carcanbeart.com/wordpress/?p=1243 Don't forget to follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/carcanbeart http://instagram.com/carcanbeart https://twitter.com/carcanbeart The compelling story of how a team of dedicated designers and craftspeople turned a muscle icon into a 645hp world-class supercar. The fifth generation Viper's origin is a journey of pure passion overcoming every obstacle thrown its way. See why the Viper is created like no other car in the world.





2013 SRT Viper 0-60 MPH First Drive Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The brand new 2013 SRT Viper and GTS is the fastest Viper ever with 640 horsepower and a claimed top speed of 206 MPH. According to Chrysler it is an American original super car. Welcome to TFLcar's Viper week. For the next 5 days we'll be featuring a new Viper video every day. Today we continue with a 0-60 MPH first drive review of the new Viper that tries to answer a few simple questions....does the new Viper still pack a lethal punch and has the newly formed SRT brand sharpened the Viper's fangs? Check out the video to find out now.





Chrysler's sending 93 rare Dodge Vipers to the crusher
Chrysler orders rare Vipers destroyed this month. The original Dodge Viper revealed in 1992 was a beast of a machine, an attempt by Chrysler exec Bob Lutz to revive the spirit of the Shelby Cobra and give Chrysler a world-class sports car. Powered by a massive V-10 with 400 hp, the early Viper's brute force overwhelmed many drivers. Today, the power that made the Viper a legend appears to be at the heart of an order from Chrysler to dozens of trade schools, demanding the immediate destruction of some 93 early Vipers, including a preproduction model that could likely fetch a couple hundred thousand dollars at auction. According to The Olympian, the staff of South Puget Sound Community College was told by a Chrysler official that their Viper had to be crushed within two weeks. It's common for automakers to donate cars to automotive shop classes, and in many cases the vehicles in such donations aren't saleable, meaning the company technically still owns the cars. School officials say Chrysler told them two of the 93 early Vipers given to schools had been involved in accidents by joyriding students, creating a major liability for Chrysler. Of those 93, the Viper at SPSCC stands out. It was the fourth Viper ever built, with a prototype hard top years before Dodge offered a production version. With no emissions controls, and no speed limiter, the V-10 can make 600 hp, and school instructors say it could be worth $250,000 to a museum or private Viper fan. "It's like the day Kennedy was shot," Norm Chapman, automotive technology professor at SPSCC, told The Olympian. "No one will forget where they were when they heard the news." The Vipers at SPSCC and other schools were useful more for promotion than education, but trashing a piece of automotive history seems like a different kind of educational tool: Punishing everyone for the mistakes of a few. UPDATE: Chrysler told news agancies this afternoon that while it did not have any records of crashes involving Vipers donated to trade schools, the cars involved did not have historical significance. It also said it regularly expected vehicles donated to schools to be destroyed once they had lost their educational value, which the cars in question had given their age.





Interior Design of the 2013 SRT Viper
What law says that race car drivers shall be denied basic creature comforts? None that we know of. Take a look inside the all-new 2013 SRT Viper and discover how a dedication to high performance lead to a much enhanced interior.




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