Rather than continuing to hijack the previous thread (http://forums.viperclub.org/threads/656462-Whats-this-(one-of-a-kind)-GTS-worth), I decided to show you all these pics I acquired from Autoform and give you a little history lesson. Before I actually purchased my 94' back in 2006, I was this close to actually buying the one-off white speedster in the pics from a guy in Florida, which is why I knew it was a one-off from talking with the owner, but I didn't know what it was at the time. I hear the car is still in Florida. [FONT=&]I learned a few things about the history of these cars through email with Steve at Autoform. The pictures of the Yellow 01 car is actually the RT version that Autoform did and it featured a custom removable hardtop. Steve Dreyer built this car with Roy Sjioberg from Chrysler. They planned on offering these cars as a race version for the VRL (where they raced and did all of the Trackside support in those days) that would be sold as a part number through Mopar. They did 8 of this style car. Steve took the project to Chrysler and they thought it was a good idea and came up with the Competition Coupe, and the story goes that Chrysler left them hanging. [/FONT] [FONT=&]Steve did the Street Coupe with Ron Adee using the front end off the race car and changed the tail to work with the coupe. After one lap in the car, a few guys want them to do the conversion on their street cars. (Red Car)[/FONT] [FONT=&]During that time they also did the 9 Daytona cars with Woodhouse.[/FONT] If you look at some of the pics, remembering that these were made in 99' and early 2000's before the Gen3 Coupe, you'll see some styling cues that were taken and used in the Comp Coupe, Gen3 Coupe and even GenV GTS-R. I particularly like the last pic, I see a lot of GEN3 Comp Coup in that.