You Would Not Expect The Reason Why These Old Dodge Viper Cars Were Smashed!

Old Dodge Viper Cars Smashed in a Scrapyard

In this article we will present two heart-pounding videos showing the grinding, smashing and crushing of old Dodge Vipers. Even the beating heart of the poisonous snake did not survive this massive destruction process.

But before we talk about the reason behind this act of violence in the scrap yard, we would like to remind you that Karim Deeb has test-driven a 2016 Viper ACR Extreme owned by SRT Ambassador in the Middle East Captain Abdulaziz Al-Fadhili, the winner of the SRT Monsters competition on our website.

We apologize, dear followers for the heartache that will be caused by the videos in this article, and we would like to note that they were posted on YouTube 6 years ago. But this doesn’t make them any less painful! 

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As you can see in the videos there are actually two Dodge Viper GTS Coupes, not one! Despite the ambiguity of the reasons for the execution of both cars in this very horrific way, there are previous proceedings that make us guess the reason for this painful action.

In the past, Chrysler announced its decision to smash 93 Viber cars that it had presented as prototypes before producing the production version. These death-sentenced prototypes include many generations of the poisonous snake car.

Old Dodge Viper crushed

Before that, the American company donated the vehicles first for education and training in commercial schools, but Chrysler retained ownership of the vehicles and after the cars completed their role in education, the vehicles were returned to the manufacturer to be crushed as they’ve no use for the company after they finished their experimental task.

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Meaning, the old Dodge Vipers crushed in the videos are just pre-production prototypes that have been tested in the past and they have never been licensed to run on public roads without an engineer driving it for a test.

Just as a reminder, Dodge Viper production was ended in 2017  after 5 generations, beginning in 1992.

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