Bodyless Dodge Viper does perfect burnouts - Click above to watch video after the jump

Chrysler really should have sold the Dodge Viper without its body. We don't really have anything against the slinking lines of the big snake, but there's something about the vision of the V10 monster frolicking around with its skirt off that simply flips all the right switches. It's like a post-pubescent Ariel Atom. If you recall seeing the awesome Viper-powered Saab 9-3 SportCombi built by Zatzy forum member mrspringer, you probably spent at least half a second wondering what fate befell the engine's donor.

Well, wonder no more.

Mrspringer seemingly got a hold of the whole vehicle in running condition with one notable exception – it had no skin. Like any mad scientist worth his salt, the guy immediately set the rear tires spinning and the naked guts of the Viper pirouetting in a remarkably tight parking area. We applaud both his car control skills and his commitment to safety. Remember, kids, always wear your seatbelt. Hit the jump to check out the action for yourself.

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