Only 1 person has spent the monster money this year to buy a new Dodge Viper (so far)

The 25-year production run of America’s premier supercar, the Dodge Viper, ended when the last unit rolled off the assembly line at the iconic Conner Avenue Assembly plant in Detroit, Michigan, on August 31, 2017, following its shutdown by then-Fiat Chrysler. Automobiles (FCA).

In its lifetime, the Dodge Viper was a testament to the limits of what a manufacturer offers for sale. Since a car was originally sold without windows, door locks, air conditioning, anti-lock brakes, or roof, it provided an option for those who found the Corvette a little too boring.

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