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02 GTS Red / White Final Edition Daytona Edition
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jbisanz

Registered: February 2006
Location: Bartonville, IL
Posts: 4,516
12:06am

2002 Dodge Viper GTS Final Edition, Daytona Edition, only (10) known to exist.


This car is a replica of the 24 Hours at Daytona Viper, sold as new by Woodhouse Dodge, and authorized by Chrysler.


Conversion performed by Autoform in Holland MI.
jbisanz

Registered: February 2006
Location: Bartonville, IL
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4:23am

12-26-2006


"We sold all of the Autoform 2002 Dodge Viper GTS Final Editions, and only one was done with the Forgeline rims, and is seen above. If I remember correctly, there are (5) FEs, and a total of only (10) cars ever built, (not counting the Prototype). The Prototype was done for Bernie Katz, who raced it in Viper Days, (it had some items quite different from the finished models, using CCW wheels for instance). Two of the cars are in England, though reports say that both have been sold, so I am only assuming they are still in Great Britain --- could have even wandered across the Channel for all I know. That leaves (8) currently in the US, with only one having the stock rims, one with Forgelines and the rest with BBS LM rims. The first one, which was sold to an English Lord, but stayed in the US, is the only 2000 model and was last known to be in California. Since these cars were all officially authorized by Daytona International Speedway, they have the potential in the future to be hidden gems, as the process to secure an okay from the Speedway was quite difficult."


Sincerely,
Bill Pemberton
Woodhouse Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Viper


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