Production Dodge Viper Comes To an End

Dodge Brand President and CEO Ralph Gilles and plant manager Shelly Brown Gordon have welcomed more than 400 loyal Viper owners at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit to present the final 2010 Dodge Viper coupe to its owner D’Ann Rauh.

The custom bronzed gold exterior paint was supplied by House of Kolor. The custom interior features various leather appointments, which were crafted by Tony Spampinito from Venzano, who has worked on previous Viper projects. Bob Soroka airbrushed layouts of Viper-significant race tracks into the custom-painted copper stripes applied by Prefix. The five-spoke forged-aluminum wheels are custom painted in dark graphite.

Rauh’s Viper is the last of the current-generation Vipers built at the plant. Dodge has created more special-edition Viper models for the 2010 model year than all other model years combined. Production on the Dodge Viper started in 1992.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Viper was i have to say a mark in the sport car history but it was nothing more than a car with a big amount of hp and a lot of noise for nothing, the one thing that i will miss of it is that in the USA the Corvette has nobody to beat anymore.

  2. Viper was mark because he is tipycal american car with big engine.In history,american cars had much bigger engines that the europeans,but today its not smth,ferrari and other making 6 liter engines and bigger.But viper was car which has followed american car history…8.3 and 8.4 liter engines,,,that is reeeally biig :)

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