Question of the Week: What is your favorite generation Viper?
Since being introduced for the 1992 model year, the Dodge Viper has been one of the most powerful American cars ever and over the past 20+ years, the Viper become one of the most respected supercars in the world. Although the current Viper definitely harkens back to previous generations for its exterior design, the 2013 […] More »
After podium finishes at each of the last two American LeMans Series races including the first modern SRT Viper GTS-R win since returning to endurance racing, the two SRT Viper teams headed to the street course of Baltimore with the hopes of continuing the streak. Sadly, they were unable to do so in the wreck-shortened […] More »
Since the V10 powered Dodge Viper was introduced back in the early 1990s, there have been people wishing that they could afford one. That desire for an affordable Viper has spawned endless pleas and rumors by enthusiasts that the company was working on a lower priced Viper packing a V8 engine. This car would, in […] More »
When we think about the history of Mopar muscle cars, a big, brawny 2-door sedan like the 1959 Plymouth Belvedere is probably not a vehicle that comes to mind. However, the off white ’59 Belvedere shown in the video below packs major muscles borrowed from the mighty Dodge Viper. The video doesn’t say which generation […] More »
The Dodge Viper has always been a popular attraction at the Mopar Nationals but 2013 marked the introduction of the new SRT Viper to the special area reserved for owners of the ultimate American supercars. Even though there were only a few of the new 2013 Viper coupes in attendance (the red 2013 in the […] More »