No, you’re not seeing things. The Viper did go out of production four years ago.
Dodge ended production of the Viper nearly four years ago. Despite its exotic looks and wild 8.4-liter naturally aspirated V-10 engine, sales just couldn’t live up to expectations. Seeing as how there likely won’t be a replacement, dealers have been holding onto unsold Vipers with the hopes they’ll go up in value.
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