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« on: March 14, 2013, 11:19:37 AM »

OK, 98% of you can stop reading here| scroll to bottom of post  :eatspopcorn:















On March 6th my Registry turned 6 years old and it's been an interesting ride so far.  With Ted's input and help, I've given a lot of things some thought.  "To Hell with the Truck Guys", well kinda.  I'm not going to spend so much time on the trucks any longer.  I'm going to work on the Vipers for the forseeable future and see if I can get them up to the same level that I have the trucks.  Warning, this won't happen fast. 

I've been paying very close attention to a few threads here and learning what people think and feel about the whole process.  Just like the truck guys, it's a bit of a mixed bag with the vast majority of owners don't even knowing there is such a thing and do they even care, they just enjoy their Viper to the fullest or have it on blocks in the garage like a plastic injected trophy wife, pretty but serves no real purpose.

So for those that are interested, as I make some sort of progress, I will post up.  I know what years Ted would like to see me work on.  The only thing I really have done is 1992.  Have all the VIN's and Build Dates and Color (like that was hard.. err... red!  :headscratch:













...................| see, I didn't waste your time, Good-Day   :wave:
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« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2013, 01:07:29 PM »

So, what kind of information are you looking for? I have 3 vipers, one is totaled but I'm going to rebuild it, I will get it re inspected and retitled, it will be used mostly  for the track.
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« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2013, 02:40:28 PM »

It's real easy (I hope).  A picture of the VIN tag on the Door and a picture of the Viper.

The VIN tag gives me the MDH, Date of MFR and Paint Code.  It's best to email it, because I know most want to keep the VIN private.

Other than that, anything you would like to share and thats completely optional. 

Vj
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Viper Nation - ezine
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2013, 02:05:35 PM »



Joe's 01 ACR
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