If you hadn't already heard, the Dodge Viper . It'll end production next year, but not before Dodge builds a handful for those who still want them. If you're one of those people, call up your local dealer, because the order books for 2017 models will reopen soon.
Dodge closed order books for the 2017 Vipers in October because of a feared parts shortage, but that ordering will will reopen before the end of 2016. Fiat Chrysler's head of passenger cars Tim Kuniskis told The Detroit News that it's "really last call" for those who want a new Viper.
Ordering for the crazy, track-ready 2017 ACR actually closed in late September due to a shortage of carbon fiber rear wing, but customers will soon be able to order them again. Kuniskis said that demand for the ACR was much higher than anticipated, and he expects the 2017 models to sell out quickly.
There is a glimmer of hope for the Viper to reemerge in the future, but it's faint at best. Given that, this is probably your last chance ever to buy a brand new Viper. If you've got around $100,000 burning a hole in your pocket and an irrational desire for a big V10, you know what to do.