The End of the Viper Era...................

The last Viper rolled off the assembly line today.................

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Comment by Khircold on October 22, 2010 at 12:19am
This make me consider again whether to buy the BBurago Viper ACR
Comment by Scott A. Scharfenberg on August 6, 2010 at 5:33am
How terribly sad. One of the last, proud AMERICAN Muscle machines must step aside so the 'New' (read:Fiat) Chrysler LLC (What happened to 'Corp.' or 'Motors?') can produce the 'environmentally friendly' (GASP! How Faaashionable!) Fiat Arbath in this country. Let the Enviromental Wack-jobs drive their Priuses and Arbaths and Volts. When I pass by them in my TRUCK, I'll just laugh. Now if Government Motors will grow a pair and drop one of the Corvette Big Blocks into the New Camaros we'll all be doing a whole lot better! Then maybe we can shut those mouthy Mustang jagoffs up! (LOL!!!) Ahh, but what would an flea-infested Enviromentalist tree-hugger know about a Mustang, anyway? To them, it's just some animal on some environmental nut job's 'endangered list...
Comment by Donnie3 on July 11, 2010 at 2:53pm
Wasn't it also the end of the PT Cruiser era? Talk about both ends of the spectum,
from Cruiser to Viper!! R.I.P. Viper!

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