This 2017 Dodge Viper GT was a wreck. Literally. It had massive front-end damage and was a sorry sight. Not for long though, as soon enough, it gets a full rebuild.
Insurance companies will write off a car for any damage it considers too expensive to fix. It's not the end of the road for some of these unlucky vehicles though, as there are always enterprising people willing to breath new life into them.
Alex, from Alex Rebuilds, is one such fellow. He and his team love fixing cars, often modifying them along the way too. In this case, it's a 2017 Dodge Viper GT that was in a collision, leaving it a wreck. Alex decided that this should be his next project car and, soon enough, it was sitting in his workshop with an array of replacement parts.
The biggest obstacle was a complete frame swap as the original chassis had been damaged beyond repair. Soon enough, the Viper had been stripped, and the rebuild could begin.
In the video below, Alex takes us on the journey from a wreck to rebuild, a daunting task if ever there was one. The painstaking workmanship over dozens of hours is a testament to the quality and pride these dudes show in their craft, with an impressive end result.
Press play on the video to see how they did.