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Author Topic: Viper 2000 heading to NZ  (Read 2175 times)
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« on: Tuesday, 03 February, 2015, 03:13:09 AM »

The one and only Viper 2000 was sold recently to a collector in NZ. For those that don't know, the Viper 2000 was made in Canada, which was based on the Cimbria, which in turn was based on the Sterling/Nova. So it's one of our cousins.

And when I say the one and only Viper 2000, only one was made. I think it was a functional prototype, but no more were made. It had a range of body mods from the standard Cimbria, and had a Porsche donk  out back. I initially thought it had a v6.













The previous owner is on the Sterling forums and sold it due to ill health. I've asked him to ask the new owner if he has anything to do with the Southward Car Museum in NZ, as the museum already has a white over black Purvis Eureka. I figure there's a small chance that the museum wants a cousin for the Eureka's display. Haven't heard anything yet.

But a little piece of History will be making it's way to the Southern Hemisphere, and just next door.

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