Plymouth Sniper by Foose

The innovative Plymouth Sniper was designed and built by Chop Foose and Troy Trepanier and makes use of numerous Dodge Viper components, including the V-10 engine and drive train, suspension, wiring, gauges, and other interior features.

Its name is a contraction of "Savoy" (a name used on some Plymouth models beginning in 1953) and "Viper." The advanced custom won a great deal of acclaim upon its debut, including the 1999 Street Rod of the Year award, the Goodguys Custom Rod of the Year award and the Alexander Brothers Award of Excellence.

LIke important car designers before him, Chip Foose wins acclaim by creating vehicles that embody a subtlety and elegance not normally associated with others of their type.

Source: Peterson Automotive Museum

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