Having spun a legend around itself during its two decade rule as the abashed spirit of rebellious young America, the Dodge Viper “as we knew it” came to an end in 2010. Even though the Viper moniker was continued by the new Fiat regime, the iconic Dodge nameplate was dropped once and for all though the company gave a few lucky Dodge fans the chance to own the last of the legendary vehicles. Thus, the Dodge Viper SRT10 Final Edition came into being and was produced in a super limited edition of just fifty, twelve of which were in American Club Racer (ACR) guise, eighteen were roadsters and twenty were coupés. The ACR package was basically a performance enhancing package for the coupe itself and was intended more for track racing though it was fully street-legal. What made this package even more special was the fact that it could be boosted further with a Hard Core package dubbed the ACR-X that was purely a track-use only model.