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This 2002 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe Only Has Less 3,400 On The Odometer:

This 2002 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe Only Has Less 3,400 On The Odometer:​

The Last True American Driver's Car?​


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While the Dodge Viper might be gone, the second-generation (GEN II) Viper has started becoming more of a car collector's must-haves over the past five years. With the push to electrified powertrains, complex traction control systems, and multi-adjustable suspensions, the GEN II Viper is considered to be one of the last pure driver's machines from an American automaker. With its beautifully sculpted body, no added electronic assists, manual-only transmission offering, and massive 8.0-liter (488 cubic-inch) VIPER V10 engine, that the GEN II has become a popular choice for collectors.

 
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