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They have more credibility than the idiots on this site, so yes, I will. Furthermore, it wasn't the just the New York times. There were reports...
77K is pushing it. Seems like they tacked "V" on the end of cars they already had then pumped the price on all of em up like 30K. The V models did...
The Deville woulda looked way better than this. Even the STS was a better choice.
Who said this had fake wood?
Seeing that only 5 of these exist, and that it is a LeMans winning race car (that's overall, not just a class win), I'd say the price tag is fine...
I'd say it's solid. Hennessey is known and respected for the work they do with Vipers. Lingenfelter on the other hand...
Only colored rims that look right to me are black ones. As far as the color on this thing, I don't really like it.
The fact that it can be modded to about 2000HP is impressive. Vipers are full of untapped potential. But even with that potential not unleashed,...
Of course this car has competition. Only when you get cars outside of its class that cost several hundreds of thousands to millions more.
It really isn't that bad, but not that good either. GTS will always be the best in my book.
It's actually 600.
Same here. Beat it in just about every aspect. The only thing that the Viper did have the edge in was the 5 extra HP. Horribly disappointing.
Doesn't it seem like it has Cadillac traits in it? The back end seems kind of CTS-ish.
It's actually kinda ugly to me. But the headlight design is kinda nice.
Looks alright to me. Not something I would buy though
The grill and the rims looked really cool.
The MB Ocean Drive looks a little better than this IMO. But at the same time, the Ocean Drive looks like it got its design from this car.
I actually like it. Looks like a Rolls when the top is up, Bentley when it's down.
I like the headlights. If there were one more on each side it would be kinda like a spider.