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Posted By: Bob Harris, 01-23-2015, 11:44 PM

Our neighbor pulled his Dodge Viper out of his trailer the other day at our RV Park and I wanted to get some photos before he leaves in the am. We had a bad sandstorm today covering the car in dust, but sometimes beggars can't be choosy so I took what I could get.

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01-24-2015, 02:34 AM   #2
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Snake by name snake by nature. Love the front shot, looks like the snake it is.
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B-b-b-b-b Bad to the Bone. Good ones, old buddy. I'd sure like to drive one of these brutes someday just to have what must be a very visceral experience.

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*drooling

That's the newest one too

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Yesssss!
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Oh man it looks sweet! Nice set of pics!
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QuoteOriginally posted by AussieTrev Quote
Snake by name snake by nature. Love the front shot, looks like the snake it is.
thanks Trev, I'm surprised the shots turned out as good as they did due to the sunlight, would of loved to take photos on the grass.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
B-b-b-b-b Bad to the Bone. Good ones, old buddy. I'd sure like to drive one of these brutes someday just to have what must be a very visceral experience.

Jer


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QuoteOriginally posted by dngr Quote
*drooling

That's the newest one too
and being from Montana, lots of wide open highway to open it up.
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That is some mean machine Bob.--charliezap

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Will take me a few days to stop drooling.
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Yesssss!
my sentiment exactly.
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Oh man it looks sweet! Nice set of pics!
thanks Tom, here is a Bonus Shot.
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thanks tom, here is a bonus shot.
nice!!!
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That is some mean machine Bob.--charliezap
I wonder how it would do in the weather you're getting right now Charlie?

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Will take me a few days to stop drooling.
Hey, you already have the Beast, you know you can't have everything. Or can you..........
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Geez, that thing looks like it is doing 100 MPH when it is standing still. TFS, Bob.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
thanks Trev, I'm surprised the shots turned out as good as they did due to the sunlight, would of loved to take photos on the grass.

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and being from Montana, lots of wide open highway to open it up.
I figured you'd get the reference! And that tune does fit this beast to a T (as in Tyrannosaurus ).

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