The Dodge Viper is a classic, but even much-beloved cars must have their final days. With the Viper officially being out of production, its last sale is a momentous occasion for the infamous car.
MyKawartha.com writer Alex Karn outlines the legacy of this incredible vehicle: the Viper first debuted in 1992, and immediately stole the hearts of Dodge-lovers. Over the past 25 years, it has sent hearts racing and heads spinning. On its 25th anniversary year, the last Vipers were produced, including five special-edition models that could be customized specifically to whatever their owner desired.
These Vipers were in high demand, as only 260 of them were built. Two of the five models sold out within only two hours, while the rest were all sold by five days after their release. These Dodge Vipers were not only one-in-a-kind, but the true last Vipers to ever be sold. So, who got the very last Dodge Viper?
The last Viper was purchased and customized online by a long-time Dodge lover, Kawartha Chrysler. With their dream customizations, the Viper is bright yellow and boasts black racing stripes, a style that complements its intense power under the hood. An 8.4-liter V10 engine delivers a roaring 645 horsepower, meaning that the Viper will truly go out with a bang.