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Chrysler, the American automotive company, has ordered South Puget Sound Community College to crush a Dodge Viper. The special thing about this specific Dodge Viper, is it isn’t just any Dodge Viper. This is the fourth Viper off the pre-production line ...
The Inquisitr · 3/9/2014
In a decision that has ramifications across the country, Chrysler has ordered a number of Dodge Vipers to be crushed, because they no longer serve an educational purpose. Chrysler released a statement on its blog on March 6 saying, “About 10 years ago ...
WebProNews · 3/15/2014
A handful of these rare American icons have already been crushed, as evidenced in the videos below ... Video Perhaps one of the rarest is this blue 1992 Viper pre-production unit with VIN #4, which was donated to South Puget Sound Community College ...
Motor Authority · 3/6/2014
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Chrysler has ordered 93 Vipers crushed, all donated to various automotive schools around the nation to use as teaching units for the students. The Vipers were donated to the schools when they were brand new and the donation contract stipulated that the ...
Examiner · 3/7/2014
Chrysler wants 93 of its early edition Dodge Vipers that were donated for educational purposes crushed, even though some of the models are worth an estimated $250,000. It's common practice for car companies to donate pre-production, damaged, or …
News Max · 3/7/2014
but some old Dodge Vipers will get crushed after being used to train mechanics. Chrysler is ordering that aging Dodge Vipers, currently used by schools to train future car mechanics, be destroyed. "Approximately 10 years ago, Chrysler Group donated a ...
CNN Money · ByPeter Valdes-Dapena · 3/7/2014
A six-figure muscle car headed to the crusher! Chrysler has asked that the South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, Wa. crush a 1992 Dodge Viper, reports the Seattle Times. The pre-production muscle car, the fourth such model to be produced …
New York Daily News · 3/9/2014
Regardless of the significance of the Viper, let's talk about why Chrysler is demanding it be crushed. First, the car was donated ... Approximately 10 years ago, Chrysler Group donated a number of Dodge Viper vehicles to various trade schools for ...
Autoblog · 3/7/2014
Chrysler has heard your pleas to save the Vipers, but their orders are final: Several pre-production snakes are headed to the junkyard anyway because the automaker says they're pretty much worthless. It's likely that Viper #4, currently housed at South ...
Jalopnik · 3/6/2014
Steven Glasco, vehicle-donations coordinator at Chrysler, confirmed that the complete collection of the educational-donation Vipers nationwide must be crushed. He would not comment further on the number of vehicles or why the decision was made.
The Seattle Times · 3/5/2014