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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiggs
    Dear Satan,

    Your car is ready.

    Love,
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    Dear Quiggs,

    Thanks, you can have your soul back now.

    Sincerely, Satan.
    "I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring" - Richard Feynman, last recorded words.

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    I don't want my soul back.
    [O o)O=\x/=O(o O]

    The things we do for girls who won't sleep with us.

    Patrick says:
    dads is too long so it wont fit
    so i took hers out
    and put mine in

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    That "racing" stripe ruins it for me.

    Other than that, all references to hell, satan, quiggs(is it a compliment or not you decide!), etc are correct

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    does the viper have much racing pedigree anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiggs
    I don't want my soul back.
    Sweet deal then, awesome. I have a sick car, and a demonic soul to infest more Catholics with!
    "I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring" - Richard Feynman, last recorded words.

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    Two more small photos one a photochop
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    i think i actually prefer the stripe on it
    Andreas Preuninger, Manager of Porsche High Performance Cars: "Grandmas can use paddles. They aren't challenging."

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    Never really been taken in by the whole Viper thing. I just don't get it. Sure, it's excessive in almost ever way a car can be, but why? What's the reasoning? In what fundamental way is this car better than a M3 or Porsche 911? And how much is it again?

    (And by fundamental way, I do not mean 0-60 times, you big Philistines.)
    I'm erudite ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LandQuail
    Never really been taken in by the whole Viper thing. I just don't get it. Sure, it's excessive in almost ever way a car can be, but why? What's the reasoning? In what fundamental way is this car better than a M3 or Porsche 911? And how much is it again?

    (And by fundamental way, I do not mean 0-60 times, you big Philistines.)
    i heard that when driving it, it gives you a raging hard on and enhances your masculinity ten fold. of course, i could have just made that up, because everyone else says vipers are scary to drive
    Andreas Preuninger, Manager of Porsche High Performance Cars: "Grandmas can use paddles. They aren't challenging."

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    Quote Originally Posted by LandQuail
    Never really been taken in by the whole Viper thing. I just don't get it. Sure, it's excessive in almost ever way a car can be, but why? What's the reasoning? In what fundamental way is this car better than a M3 or Porsche 911? And how much is it again?

    (And by fundamental way, I do not mean 0-60 times, you big Philistines.)
    "Better" is an opinion really then.
    The Viper is supposed to be the reincarnation of the Cobra daytona coupe. Its raw, powerful and has that "bad ass" attitude.

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    LandQuail: There are loads of better cars out there, but a friend and I realised what the Viper has to offer that no other car these days can: the badass factor. Nobody buys a Viper for refinement or so they can autocross. Nobody buys a Viper to cruise twisting coastal italian highways. They just buy them because the Viper has far more attitude than anything else on the market. It looks and acts the part.

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    The Viper is the perfect incarnation of raw evil.
    [O o)O=\x/=O(o O]

    The things we do for girls who won't sleep with us.

    Patrick says:
    dads is too long so it wont fit
    so i took hers out
    and put mine in

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    ... and after more than 10 years in production, dodge still cant make a decent interior.
    Who killed the Electric Car?
    GO HABS GO!

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    The people buying these cars have little care about flashy fantastically detailed interiors. Yet again they buy the car for the raw cut throat attitude it gives off every waking moment.

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    someone need to find high resolution of this car...fastttt

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