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Gen1 owners----gen1vr.com----any interest?

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by jax92, Jul 15, 2011.

  1. jax92

    jax92 Enthusiast

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    I have set up this web site to see if there is any interest in beginning the process of collecting information on the GEN1 Vipers? We’re six months away from celebrating the 20th anniversary of the first production GEN1 Viper, so I think the timing is right. If you go to the web site http://Gen1VR.com and click on the “DOCUMENTATION” link, you can view the data I have collected so far. Obviously there is still a long way to go. I think it’s in the best interest of all Viper owners and GEN1 owners in particular to get this process started and preserve this information. If you have any thoughts or suggestions, let me know.
     
  2. RapidTransit

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    Looks good so far.....
     
  3. SHELBYVIPER

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    Jack, Your new site looks great. Best of luck on your new quest.
     
  4. Viper 92

    Viper 92 Viper Owner

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    This sounds like a great idea. As many of us know, the production of these rare cars was unorthodox and proper documention is critical to its collectability and future restorations. When do you hope to have the forums up and running?
     
  5. got one

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    nice :) Will follow this.
     
  6. cratica

    cratica Enthusiast

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    Can't read the main body text. It's far too small.
     
  7. aviatorone

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    I like it. I would follow the site, and I've added the site to my 'favorites' list!!

    steve
     
  8. AAKVIPER

    AAKVIPER Enthusiast

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    Jax you live near my town..like ten min away..I live off Lawrenceville Pennington road ..LOL...Serendipity at it's best..

    I emailed you with my 94 RT-10 vin tag already. Arthur
     
  9. JonB

    JonB Viper Owner

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    SOMEWHERE within IVR is a registry for 1992-1993 owners.

    It was begun by 2 early members at IVR...and probably has a link there. As 92-93 owners know all too well, over 200 running design changes occurred within these 2 model years.....and they have some unique issues.

    RT/10 1992-1993:
    Patrick Wnek
    Sherwood, WI 54169
    Phone: (920) 989-1218
    Email: [email protected]


    GOOD LUCK in your project of passion
     
  10. scottmarston

    scottmarston Viper Owner

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    Black is certainly the way to go...

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  11. aviatorone

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    I concur..
     
  12. jax92

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    How about signing up for the registry?
     
  13. SingleMalt

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    Don't forget the 1996 RT/10 being a Gen1 hood/fascia, interior, engine with Gen2 chassis, PCM, sills and rear bumper!
     
  14. jax92

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    The GEN 1 is side pipes, 3 spoke silver wheels. No stripes, RTM hood, XGTZ tires.
     

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