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Dodge Viper GTS/R
UPDATED!!! the racing legend Dodge Viper GTS/R; successful in racing since 1997, publicized in 2000.
About this creation
The Dodge Viper GTS/R Coupe, an improved version of the GTS, was publicized in Detroit in 2000. From 1997 to 1999 the GTS/R ruled all GT2-events and its design was later devolved to the SRT-10 that followed in 2002.

Here are two views of the "angry" front:





...and two views of the rear:





The 8L-V10 engine with a power of 500 PS



updated: new interior pics





updated: the chassis was overworked to shelter the engine from below and give access to the controlled axes so the wheels could be dismantled easier. Besides it's more solid now.



updated: the Viper can easily be changed into an convertible (even if there is no GTS/R Convertible in real)





updated: overworked rear view



and a final pic!





Comments

 I like it 
  April 3, 2011
you should check this out http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/261381 I'm not advertising, someone is pretending to have built your moc
 I like it 
  February 21, 2010
cool plz look my bmw and coment
 I like it 
  August 16, 2009
Oooo, I love the size, great details too.
 I made it 
  May 27, 2009
Quoting christian challiner very,very nice, Im a viper fanatic though so i couldn't help noticing a few minor issues though. Like the way the wing is attached, it has two center supports in the middle of the wing not the two at the end like you have unless you are trying to make the comp coupe. The wing could also do with been curved at the ends like the real car does, otherwise a very nice model that does the car justice. Edit: like someone said below the stripes don't extend down the back of the car however they are on the wing, just not on the back
A few words about the wing supports... the model I wanted to make was in fact the concept version with the supports on the ends. I know there are other versions like earlier concepts or racing versions which have middle supports but the pics i used as role models were those with the red viper... quite easy to find in google. The engine was designed after a pic in a book, I researched before making my viper ;)
 I made it 
  May 25, 2009
Quoting brian peczyna Hey, This is fantastic. It's won of my favorite creations on mocpages. Do you mind if i use some of the techniques of this car in my own viper.-Brian :D
of course you can.
 I like it 
  May 25, 2009
that is awesome you got the shape right and the front(which most people dont).
 I like it 
  May 24, 2009
Hey, This is fantastic. It's won of my favorite creations on mocpages. Do you mind if i use some of the techniques of this car in my own viper.-Brian :D
  May 23, 2009
very,very nice, Im a viper fanatic though so i couldn't help noticing a few minor issues though. Like the way the wing is attached, it has two center supports in the middle of the wing not the two at the end like you have unless you are trying to make the comp coupe. The wing could also do with been curved at the ends like the real car does, otherwise a very nice model that does the car justice. Edit: like someone said below the stripes don't extend down the back of the car however they are on the wing, just not on the back
 I like it 
  May 22, 2009
AWESOME!! I totally love it!! This is the best dodge viper I have seen yet on mocpages!
 I like it 
  May 21, 2009
This is the best Dodge Viper on moc ever! You made it perfectly, this is your best!
 I like it 
  May 8, 2009
Awesome viper! You captured the cars overall shape and look very well. I really like how you did the motor-it looks really nice. Great work! Keep building!
 I like it 
  May 6, 2009
This is one of the best LEGO Viper Models that I've ever seen, looks so good, but I think I agree with Turbo about the rear, and the taillights, they need some extra work I think... but still a great Model! and about your comment on my Reventon; thanks! and you're right about the Ferrari sets, I have 7 sets of the FXX 1:17 and 2 F430 challenge 1:17, I believe that they're a good source of parts to build cars at this scale... any way keep it up >>> peace.. Firas :)
 I made it 
  May 6, 2009
Quoting Tterbo Magnesium The front end is almost perfection, but I think the rear is a tad to long. I pretty sure that it stops almost at the base of the back window. Otherwise it's stunning. 9/10
yeah, that's true, I always had some pics of the car within reach and also know the car in detail. The problem are the bricks and plates, because I had to design the rear a bit longer than the front (which is almost a bit too short) and still make a solid chassis with the plates I had. Maybe I'll correct this later, but for now something more important will be updated...
 I like it 
  May 5, 2009
The front end is almost perfection, but I think the rear is a tad to long. I pretty sure that it stops almost at the base of the back window. Otherwise it's stunning. 9/10
 I like it 
  May 5, 2009
Beautiful
 I like it 
  May 4, 2009
Wow! Awesome! I'm at a loss of words! I've never seen a car this scale that's this well made! I love it! Continue the great work! 5/5
  May 3, 2009
Thatīs ok,it looks cool without doors.
 I made it 
  May 3, 2009
Quoting Patrick L. Nice Viper.:-)
thanks! I'm sorry It wasn't possible to make doors that can be opened but instead I tried to make the viper-typical air inlets as realistic as possible.
 I like it 
  May 3, 2009
Nice Viper.:-)
 
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