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Random Thought December 16th, 2009 11:05 AM

(book) Viper - general information
 
Having converted from a Corvette to a Viper, I was exposed to a lot of useless Corvette trivia at shows, in magazines, gatherings, etc. Through time, I picked up enough to be familiar with some of the obscure factoids that really don't impact day to day living with the car but were semi-interesting. I knew then that the Corvette Black Book was widely accepted as a fairly good overall view of the model years.
When I first got my Viper, I really did not look for that kind of stuff. I already had a good idea of the model year I wanted and had haunted the forums enough to make a reasonably informed choice, but most of all, I already knew the car and owner. Now that I have been exposed to the Viper and its following for a few years, I am picking up similar type information just through osmosis. Is there a catch-all or 'Black Book' type of book for the Viper?

I found this:
Viper Buyers Guide
with the search function but have not heard back from the contact person, maybe an out-of-date site. I actually was a little suprised at the lack of Viper-related books on ebay, Amazon, etc.

What if any book(s) about the Viper have you found to be worthy of the read?

Joelcool December 16th, 2009 11:25 AM

Viper Buyers Guide is the best...and ask questions here BEFORE you buy one or do any mods.

Random Thought December 17th, 2009 11:59 AM

I found one
 
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Originally Posted by Joelcool (Post 1242851)
Viper Buyers Guide is the best...and ask questions here BEFORE you buy one or do any mods.

Great, I did find one and look forward to checking out how my '97 compares to the other model years. As far as the Viper Alley goes...if I am on the WWW.....Viper Alley is where I go first & last. It has been a source of valuable info to me and will continue to be my "go-to" place for questions. :thumbs2:

dirtbag December 17th, 2009 01:38 PM

Has anyone else found any dated signatures hidden around their vipers? I've located a couple signatures from the techs. The latest I noticed was behind the carpet in the hatch while replacing a turn signal bulb. Since mine was December born I figure they were drunk off egg nog.

Nono March 19th, 2010 05:01 PM

I fall in the same category. From F-body to Corvette, from Corvette to Hummer - I feel the same way. I learned almost everything I know in the forums. I have yet to buy my Viper, but if all goes well, with a little research and patience, I hope to be a proud owner before the summer ends. Have you found anything else? A book, a website, or anything that gives the low down on Vipers?
Thanks


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