Quoted, so you can't change your story about claiming your uncle's car as yours.
So let me get this straight, because my uncle has a certain car, I cannot have one as well? Why would I have pointed out the item description if I was trying to lie? And FYI, the GTS-R 1st year of production was 1995. Man, you're a douchebag....
They didn't make a '95 GTS-R. It was in 97. It is your uncle's car, you lying wanna be.
Here ya go clown, right from the Dodge website.....Who's the wannabe now??
The Dodge Viper GTS-R is a racing version of the Dodge Viper sports car. It replaced earlier, modified racing versions of the production Dodge Viper. The Viper GTS-R was produced from 1995 to 2005 and was a highly successful racer in its class.
Before the Dodge Viper GTS-R, there was already some small-scale Viper racing. The Viper RT/10, which was a production version available for sale to the public, became a favorite of custom race design teams in the early 1990s. Seeking to become a player in Viper racing itself, Chrysler (the parent company of Dodge) began work on the Viper GTS-R. The new racer was designed along with two other companies: the French racing firm Oreca and British automaker Reynard Motorsport. The Viper GTS-R was based on Dodge's Viper coupe, which made its debut in 1995.
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