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First 2013 SRT Viper to Be Auctioned to Benefit Pediatric Cancer Foundation

The 2013 SRT Viper was one of the undisputed stars of this year’s New York Auto Show. The internet is awash in photos, articles, tweets and pins of the new Motown-made supercar. If you’d like to park one of these beauties in your driveway, have a generous heart, and an equally generous bank account, here’s your chance.

Barrett-Jackson will auction the first production SRT Viper at its auction in Orange County, California, from June 22-24. Proceeds will benefit pediatric cancer charity Austin Hatcher Foundation.

Pricing for the first SRT-branded vehicle has not been officially announced, but with the dramatically improved refinement, advanced materials and interior trim, many are expecting the starting price to start just south of six digits, if not a smidge over.

You can bet with the feverish interest in Chrysler’s new supercar, that the first one off the line will fetch a princely sum this summer at Barrett-Jackson’s suburban SoCal auction.

Source: Austin Hatcher Foundation

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