Hooniverse found this Viper race car on Craigslist. This car was actually a prototype built thru a partnership with Chrysler and, upon seeing the result, Chrysler decided to take the program in-house and created the Viper Competition Coupe! The car was reportedly stored from 2002 until 2014. Find a great write-up in the Craigslist ad. More pics after the jump!
Left Lane alerted us to this Chrysler/Motor Trend video about the building of the latest iteration of the Dodge Viper. While a bit overdramatic with its slow motion and deep-voiced narration, it is one hell of a car. The hand-laid carbon fiber panels alone almost justify it’s premium price. Video after the jump!
You want to buy a new Viper but you’re afraid that, once you do, your neighbour will buy the same car/color/options. No worries with the new Dodge Viper GTC. You build your Viper your way; choosing from 8000 colors, 24,000 hand-painted custom stripes, 10 wheels, 16 interior trims, 6 aero packages and more. That makes a total of 25,000,000 possible different combinations! You are also assigned a personal concierge who will keep you updated as to the progress of the building of your Viper. Find more info at Torque News. The soon to be released program is available at DriveSRT.
Dodge simply has the best commercials out there. Video after the jump!
Chrysler has released some teaser shots of what to expect at SEMA in a few weeks. Included are a Poison Dart R/T (love that name) and a Challenger T/A. Find more info at CarBuzz. More pics after the jump!
Mopar Blog will be at SEMA again this year so stay tuned for a complete gallery from the Mopar booth! If you missed it last year, check out our SEMA 2013 coverage.
Bring a Trailer located this 55k mile, 2003 Dodge Viper on Craigslist in California for only $14,900. Of course, at that price, you know there may be issues. In this instance, it has a salvage title and there’s no bodywork, glass or airbags. A good starting point or only suitable for parts? Find the Craigslist ad here. More pics after the jump!
In January, Chrysler had announced that they were crushing 93 of the very first Dodge Vipers that were built. Most of these cars were donated to technical schools and were not road legal. As Mopar Blog reported in March, South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, Washington refused to see their car crushed and started an online petition. Well, good news. It worked! Carbuzz is reporting that, due to the petition the resulting local news coverage, Chrysler has decided not to crush the car and is currently working with the school to arrive at a solution.