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March 12, 2014

Fate of Dodge Viper at SPSCC prompts national outcry

The destruction of a rare 1992 Dodge Viper GTS at South Puget Sound Community College has touched a nerve among car enthusiasts nationwide. The Olympian recently reported about the heartbroken automotive students who took care of the $250,000 sports car. Automotive technology professor Norm Chapman had received a notice from Chrysler that the company planned to destroy its fleet of educational Vipers. The college’s Viper was among dozens donated to schools across the country.

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