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Okay Viper owners, enough is enough

Discussion in 'General Viper Discussion' started by MoparMap, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. Darth Menace

    Darth Menace Enthusiast

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    I guess that's where I agree to disagree. Last school year my daughter's told their teacher that we had a Viper, and soon enough I had to take it there and show about twenty 10 year old kids the car and they all got pictures with it. Sure, I told them not to touch, etc, but there is no harm in letting people look and admire. Sure beats me sitting there in my garage staring at it by myself. It made their day.
     
  2. Darth Menace

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    That's what I believe too. I got my 98 Viper GTS, 69 GTO convertible, Dodge Charger and mini van for the same price that some friends/co-workers paid for their half tonne truck. To me it is a no brainer to have these cool looking vehicles (the first two I mentioned) vs a pick-up that blends in with every other vehicle on the street. I love the exclusivity, and enjoy people coming and taking pictures/talk to me about the cars.
     
  3. ViperJeff

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    I like being different too, that's what made driving a RAM SRT-10 so much fun. No one knew what the hell it was and in many respects it's still that way. The Viper is on a whole different level. Here in Idaho I've seen one Viper Truck, I still waiting to see that elusive Viper make an appearance. Up in Sun Valley I expected to see one or two, not so, it was a bow tie convention and what the hell is it with yellow any way
     
  4. ViperJeff

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    Never understood lawn chair garage queen Vipers
     
  5. broomrider

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    9e26c07c2674a7f8f06260917dadd135.jpg speaking of lawn chairs check this one out :cool:
     
  6. Free2go

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    Massive construction on the highways where I live has seriously diminished my Viper enjoyment.
     
  7. ViperJeff

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    Could be worse
     
  8. Free2go

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    Yeah, I could wrap it around a telephone pole and eat through a straw the rest of my life....or GOD forbid simply not own one.
     
  9. ViperJeff

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    I was thinking snow and ice
     
  10. Free2go

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    North Texas can get pretty damn icy come December and January. Nothing like your neck of the woods though
     
  11. Free2go

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    You mean you didn't let them crawl all over it and put those little ass tainted finger prints all over it? What a jerk :D
     
  12. Sybil TF

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    LOL........
     
  13. Free2go

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    This afternoon, I softly removed my car cover, and ever so gently caressed my Viper with a diaper......
     
  14. doctorbob

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    In speaking to one of the top dealerships.....it does appear that 2017 is the final year....
     

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