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- DescriptionThe original Dodge Viper captured lightning in a bottle on its debut in 1992. Combining groundshaking V-10 American muscle and a chassis with European sports car handling, the Viper put America on the world's supercar map. After 18 years of dominating its supercar rivals on the streets and on the world's race tracks, Dodge retired the Viper in 2010. But you can't keep this snake in the basket. In 2012, SRT unveiled its new fifth-generation Viper to an audience of anxious enthusiasts, and this officially licensed book, created in cooperation with SRT, tells the whole story of how this car came to be: the inside stories, plans and possibilities, and pictures of what worked - and what didn't. SRT Viper explores the car's full history, complete with over 300 colour photographs, including the roles Bob Lutz and Carroll Shelby played in the original Viper's development and recounts the Viper's wins at such hallowed tracks as Le Mans and Daytona. It's the full story of how one of the most amazing halo cars ever created has become an automotive legend.
- Author BiographyMaurice Q. Liang (Los Altos, CA) defines the committed Viperholic. He owns three Vipers, is the founder of the Viper Club of America, and is the author of Motorbooks' title The Viper Buyer's Guide. He is also the publisher of Snake Eyes, the bi-monthly publication of the VCA's Northern California chapter.
- Author(s)Maurice Q. Liang
- PublisherMotorbooks International
- Date of Publication09/01/2013
- SubjectRoad & Motor Vehicles: General Interest
- Place of PublicationWisconsin
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintMotorbooks International
- Out-of-print date30/06/2016
- Content Note324 colour photographs
- Weight1134 g
- Width251 mm
- Height286 mm
- Spine20 mm
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