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Relaxing in Germany after a short European Vacation.......

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by 99 R/T 10, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. 99 R/T 10

    99 R/T 10 Enthusiast

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    Thanks again Markus! Had a great time! Took a ride thru the Alps in his 2008, top down, beautiful day!!

    :2tu::2tu: :2tu:

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  2. slowhatch

    slowhatch Viper Owner

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    What a beautiful place to have a snake. Just came back from paris and i wish i had something to scare the children and tourists with!
     
  3. Tiago

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    Viper in Europe = win
     
  4. TowDawg

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    The difference is that Mike didn't need a Viper to scare European children. ;)
     
  5. Next Phase

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    Very nice Mike!

    Ummm... how do I get on the VCA membership that allows for borrowing other Vipers when I'm vacationing in foreign lands.
     
  6. Timnineside

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    Wow! I think once you become a member you have automatic access to all other VCA member cars. I hope anyways!
     
  7. 99 R/T 10

    99 R/T 10 Enthusiast

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    LOL, this is too true..................:D
     
  8. uvbnbit

    uvbnbit Viper Owner

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    Gotta hate that rush hour traffic.....:D
     
  9. ViperGTS

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    always welcome :D
     
  10. MoreBeer

    MoreBeer Viper Owner

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    Absolutely beautiful! This is why I am trying to convince my better half to ship the car over here for a year next year... The scenery is just too beautiful!

    Did you have any close calls with clearance or narrow roads?
     
  11. 99 R/T 10

    99 R/T 10 Enthusiast

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    It gets tight, definitely. But Markus navigated them like a pro :2tu:
     
  12. ViperGTS

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    My Gen-4 is stock suspensionwise and I scratch the bottom of the front fascia going over bumps on narrow twisty roads...sometimes.
    Mike is right with the roads being tight!
    :drive:
     
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    WOW, amazing view, and love the color on the Viper!
     
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    I took my 1955 Bel Air 2 Dr HT Chevy there for 3 years of fun............Europeans loved it.......
     

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