The Vipervette project kills two performance nameplates in one go

Posted on Thursday, 21 October 2010 , 19:10:23 byEmil

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The Vipervette project kills two performance nameplates in one go

Part Dodge Viper, part Corvette, the 1986 Vipervette is considered to have a precious inheritance, its body, which belongs to a 2000 Dodge Viper.
The car seems somehow to have awkward proportions because of this mix of car models, riding on a 1986 Corvette chassis with a 5.7-liter V8 engine, and donít make plans to hurry as it is connected to a 4-speed stick.
The 1980s characterize the Corvette interior color-coded in order to line up with the Viper exterior, so it is not so difficult to tell that it plays out red and black. The Viperís removable top, together with the power steering, power windows and a CD player show some modern features of the car and if anyone is interested, this freak machinery is available for $12,250.
If the price is worth it, it is just up to you.


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