For some reason, these kinds of stories seem to come from Scandinavia quite a bit. In this case, a group of Swedes were trying to rebuild a wrecked Viper. Ultimately finding that the damage was too extensive, they decided to shoehorn the engine into a different car. They went with the only logical vehicle for such a project, the Saab 9-3 SportCombi. This wasn't easy, as the V10 didn't quite fit (shock) into the 9-3's engine bay, but they pulled it off in the end.
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