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2013 Dodge SRT Viper: Have It Your Way (In 150,000 Ways Or Less)

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Burger King lets you have it your way, and apparently so does SRT when it comes to the 2013 Viper. When you go to configure your new Viper (should you be so lucky) you'll find there are nearly 150,000 different configurations to choose from.

First you'll need to choose which Viper model you want. You can go for the less is more theme with the base Viper, priced from $97,395, or treat yourself to some amenities in the GTS model which will run you another $23,000 for a total of $120,395 not including the $1,995 destination fee.

Now that you've picked your Viper's trim level, it's time to move over to the wheel of color where you'll find six choices sitting before you: Adrenaline Red, Black Venom, Bright White, and Gunmetal Peal in standard color choices or for an extra $1,000 you can get go bright with Race Yellow and Shadow Blue Pearl. For those opting for the GTS model, you can also choose Stryker Red Tinted Pearl and GTS Blue. Yes, we noticed all the color names sound aggressive, but this car is named after a snake after all.

Don't forget about the racing stripes, they make you go faster, and are priced between $4,500 and $5,000. We can't help but recommend them.

By our count, SRT is offering a total of three wheel choices, but each of those wheel choices are available in one of two or three finishes. Your choices include: polished, hyper black, and matte black.

For the audiophiles in the group, you can upgrade to a 12-speaker audio system for $1,995 in the base Viper, but those who already opted for the GTS model will have this system thrown in at no extra cost. If you really want to get serious, the 18-speaker Harman Kardon premium sound system will run $2,995 in the base Viper and $1,000 in the GTS model.

All base Vipers feature Sabelt seats with black premium ballistic covering. Adding Nappa leather and Alcantara will cost $3,000 for base model Vipers and are standard in the GTS model. Anyone opting for the GTS with the Laguna interior package will be treated to Laguna leather on their seats and the entire interior.

2013 SRT Viper

2013 SRT Viper

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The tack package will cost $3,500 for both Viper models and includes slotted two-piece lightweight brake rotors from StopTech, as well as ultra-lightweight multi-spoke Sidewinder II wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires. The track package shaves a healthy 57 pounds off the Viper's curb weight.

Want to deck our your viper with an upgraded infotainment system with full 3D navigation, satellite radio and HD radio along with live traffic updates? That will cost $2,500 in the base Viper and is standard in the GTS model.

We know, you're already dizzy but we aren't done yet. The GTS Laguna interior package will cost $7,500 while the GTS Launch Edition Package will run $15,500. Both packages are limited to the GTS model and feature unique embossing in the interior along with a unique combination of all the options listed above.

So now after finding out all the different ways you can configure a 2013 SRT Viper, we only have one question: how would you configure yours?

Let us know in the comments below, or send us a note on Twitter or Facebook.
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