This 2003 Viper is a Shadow of Its Former Self

For Sale

Salvage Viper is going for $14,900.

Takea look at this used car which is currently up for sale on Craigslist for$14,900. It may be hard to recognize, but somewhere underneath lie the remnantsof a 2003 Dodge Viper, a 500+ horsepower beast that would have had us droolingback in its day. According to the seller, the Viper "currently has Ohiostate salvage title due to reported front end damage, no frame damage, nosuspension damage, drives straight without vibration. Both airbags deployed andremoved."

However, the ad states that "all body panels, doors, windows,windshield were removed by the salvage yard I purchased this Viper from."For its price, this ghost of Viper past could become an epic project car forthose with a lot of patience, imagination and compassion.

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