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Discussion in 'General Viper Discussion' started by ViperJeff, Dec 20, 2015.
in 1991, what car did the Viper replace as the Pace Car for the Indy 500?
Do you know why?
Dodge Stealth, It was too "foreign". Carrol Shelby was the driver.
You are correct Sam
I need to find one you don't know
What makes 1992 MY Viper, VIN (last 3) 076 unique among all the other 1992 Vipers?
Did I make this one to hard?
The last 3 of any vin are unique
I don't know if it's hard, I just didn't know the answer!
That is a correct answer, however.....
Looking for the other answer
Hint: the answer is at CAAP
First Black Viper
Explain for Broom. I thought all 1992 cars were red?
I thought all 285 cars made in 92 could be any color you liked as long as it was RED. Yes Jeff is right, they made one as a development trial car in black. Also one in Green and Yellow.
Hopefully the Trivia is helping
I need to do some homework f my own research for more questions that people just may not know
We know everything!!! As long as you give us enough time to look it up.
Do I need to give more time?
Is that a yes or no question or multiple choice?
I think 24 hours from the posting would be a reasonable time limit. Some may lose interest if they have to wait too long to get the answer!
Just being vague
Yo Jeff, was I right about the Black,Yellow,Green 92s I think that's why some sources say 282 were made for sale, the other 3 were trial cars or something like that. Whats your say.
There were several other 92's that were never sold. I have it in my db. Granger also posted somewhere the other 92's that didn't make it to a sales sheet
I have an easy one. I bet Sam knows it for sure. Why did they change the name of the plant to CAAP.? And what did they change specifically?
Conner Avenue is really Conner Road and the plant would have been CRAP!
I will have to remember that
And here I was thinking it had something to do with spark plugs
I heard the CRAP story a long time ago!
The first prototype, chassis #VM01 was completed in Dec 1989, what engine was in that car.
#VM01 had a 360 small block V8, #VM02(1990) had cast iron truck V-10
I had a feeling you knew the answer. When I have told people that, they think I'm making **** up. lol
It's in Maurice's book if I'm not mistaken. My 1st purchase prior to actually buying a Viper.
Yep. I always pick on the white Vipers for being the ONLY Viper to come with with a v-8. lol
BTW, that's also the car that had some Corvette parts.
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Anybody know what the Viper project was originally called? It shared the name later with a never produced concept car and a Viper edition.
Are you sure?