Viper V10 powered Chrysler PT Cruiser Pickup

Not much of us like PT Cruisers, but this may be one of “wanna-own-it” kind. Many automotive enthusiast swap their engines with Viper beast, but this PT Pickup is really attention-worth.

PT/10 Cruiser Pickup Truck was built in 2000. It is now based on a custom chassis which houses Viper’s V10 engine developing 500HP. PT/10 also uses Dodge’s 6-speed transmission, rear suspension, steering rack and seats.

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