By Chad Waite | November 1, 2012
The Specialty Equipment Market Association, otherwise referred to as SEMA, is best known as being a platform for tuners to publicly display their ideas they’ve made into a reality. Some times these ideas are utterly amazing. And other times you end up with a car like the Dodge Viper limo pictured above.
Yes, that is a 1993 Viper RT/10 with an extra thirteen feet added between the Viper emblem at the front and the iconic centered exhaust at the rear. In between lies what we can only imagine is the pinnacle of high-performance car luxury, with space for an extra 6-8 people or a small makeshift bowling alley.
We’re pretty sure the extra thirteen feet worth of weight will take the original 4.6 second 0-60 time down to about nine minutes, but that won’t even touch just how awful this Viper limo would be to drive around a corner. And if it starts raining? Well, hopefully you know how to bowl in the wet…