As our mommas used to say, "There's something not quite right about that one." At some point in history, someone looked at their 1983 Chevrolet Corvette and figured the car needed a little more Dodge Viper. Rather than snagging the delicious, snarling V10 from the nose of the Viper and plopping it into the Corvette, the owner of this particular piece of work simply pulled the body from a 2000 Viper and bolted it to the Corvette Chassis. The original 350 ci V8 and four-speed manual transmission are still in place, and interestingly enough, the builder chose to keep the Corvette interior. All of the seating surfaces have been swaddled in Viper color-coded leather, though.
If you like what you see, you can lay your hands on this one-of-a-kind creation for the low-low price of $12,250. We won't judge. The half-breed is located in Troy Michigan, and if you want more information, head over to Hemmings for a more detailed look-see.
[Source: Hemmings Blog]