Customized Viper delivered to owner of the largest Viper collection in the world.
The last Dodge Viper has rolled off an assembly line in Detroit.
The customized 2010 Viper came in a bronzed-gold color and with individualized leather touches for the cabin selected by the car's buyer working with the Dodge Design team and other specialty tuners. The car also features forged-aluminum wheels in a custom dark graphite paint.
The model was built for D'Ann Rauh of Asp, Texas who was there to receive the car as it rolled off the line. Rauh and her husband Wayne own the largest collection of Dodge Vipers in the world with more than 40 different Vipers in their possession. Dodge Brand President and CEO Ralph Gilles and other company officials were also on hand to honor the occasion.
The Dodge Viper began production in 1992.