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Dodge Viper Does Burnout Minus Its Body: Video

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Dodge Viper burnout minus the body

Dodge Viper burnout minus the body



Remember the Saab 9-3 wagon that received a heart transplant from a Dodge Viper we reported on yesterday? Well, here is the Dodge Viper, minus its body, just before being inserted into the shell of the awaiting Scandinavian wagon.

As we can see from this video, the bodyless Dodge Viper, complete with its 8.4-liter V-10 engine, makes the perfect drift machine, although we’d hate to see what would happen if you happen to be in an accident in the thing.

Oh, and yes, this was a Dodge Viper SRT10 complete with 600 horsepower and 560 pound-feet of torque.

Enjoy the video below and then hit this link to see who would be crazy enough to shoehorn the Viper’s mighty V-10 powerplant into a Saab.



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  1. That... Is... So... Cool.
     
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  2. It looks like one of those bumper cars at the fair, except for that this one costs as much as the entire state fair. HAHA.
    The driver makes it look fun and easy.
     
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