Watch how these Dodge Viper barbarians crush with a bulldozer

Watch how these Dodge Viper barbarians crush with a bulldozer

December 3, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The American brand itself decided that 93 pre-production copies of the first-generation Dodge Viper GTS sports coupe should be crushed. It turns out that the continued existence of these cars is simply not legally beneficial to the automaker.

 The video we want to show you shows the ruthless destruction of two first-generation Dodge Viper GTS coupes. I immediately warn you, if you are a real fan of this legendary sports model, which was produced in the 90s of the last century, it may be very difficult for you to watch this blasphemous video.

It is worth saying that this video has been almost six years old and when they first appeared on the Internet, there was no official information about why these beautiful cars were decided to be destroyed in such a barbaric way. Now, our friends from The Drive published another video somewhere that tells about the decision of the then leadership of the Chrysler company to destroy 93 pre-production copies of the Viper sports coupe. It is reported that these were versions of the model of different generations that were once transferred to trade schools, where they were used for educational and training purposes.

All cars still belonged to Chrysler, and with an educational role, everyone was returned to the automaker and crushed.

 Why not leave these cars alone, because they can be sold for pretty good money and thus recapture the costs of creating? The fact is that they pose too much legal risk for the automaker. If one of these cars is involved in any road accident, the car manufacturer may be held liable, as such cars were never intended for public roads. Even the use of spare parts can cause legal disputes in court if something happens.