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Naked and Beautiful: Dodge Viper (Minus Body) Does Burnout

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On: Wed, May 25, 2011 at 10:40AM | By: Chris Weiss

Naked and Beautiful: Dodge Viper (Minus Body) Does Burnout

Apparently Viper fans are getting a little impatient and rambunctious waiting for the 2013 Viper to rear its scaly, triangular head. And when fans of fast, powerful cars get bored, mayhem has a way of ensuing.

Breaking about every rule in the safety book, a Swedish tuner set the Viper loose for some drifting debauchery. Okay, nothing too crazy about that. Only the Viper in question didn't have a body.

The video was made while Swedish tuners were designing what they called the Saab 9-3 SRT10 MegaPower. Basically they planted the Dodge's powertrain in a Saab 9-3 SportCombi.

But, before they completed the process, they didn't miss the opportunity to put the stripped, 600-hp Viper underpinnings to the test, taking a wild joy ride around their parking lot. There's whipping tails, smoking tires, and all-around automotive amusement.

While donuting the Viper may have been the craziest event of the day, the actual Frankenstein created was pretty crazy in itself. A Saab sport wagon now has 600-hp and 590 lb-ft in the form of an 8.4-liter V10 engine. Imagine pulling up to some unsuspecting sap and dragging him with this thing? Thought he was racing a station wagon, but turns out it was a Viper SRT10. Rough.

The guy in the driver's seat looks, sounds, and kinda' acts like a long lost Dudeson.

Check out the video below:


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