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Final Dodge Viper rolls off the Snake Pit production line

The end of an automotive era was reached on Thursday by Chrysler Group in the US with the final Dodge Viper rolling off the Detroit production line. Employees at the Conner Avenue assembly plant, known as the Snake Pit, gathered at the end of the line as the vehicle was collected by its owners – Viper [...]
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