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Prefix Launches Gen 5 Viper Targa Package

by Patrick Rall on

Prefix is best known for painting all of the body panels for the 2013 and newer Viper, but the Auburn Hills company made big news when they introduced their drop-top version of the Viper when Dodge opted not to build one.

The Prefix Medusa gives 2013-2015 Viper owners the chance to enjoy the open air feel, but the package is extensive and, with a price of $35,000, the Medusa package is expensive. For Viper owners who want some of the open air feel without a full droptop conversion, Prefix has launched their new targa top package for the Mopar supercar.

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The targa top is like a T-top design, but with no bar running down through the opening, so the Prefix Viper targa package allows owners to remove the center section of the roof while preserving the back glass and the full profile of the Viper coupe. This conversion is far less extensive than the Medusa package and significantly less expensive.

While the roadster conversion costs $35,000, the Prefix targa package will run Viper owners just $10,000. For this price, Prefix will cut away the area of the Viper roof directly above the seats, and fabricate a carbon fiber roof panel that easily locks into place. When you want to enjoy the open air, you take the top off and stow it in the trunk.

Prefix is taking orders now for 2013, 2014 or 2015 SRT or Dodge Vipers.

Patrick Rall was raised a Mopar boy, spending years racing a Dodge Mirada while working his way through college. After spending a few years post-college in the tax accounting field, Patrick made the jump to the world of journalism and his work has been published in magazines and websites around the world.

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