Well, that’s a bit of a tricky question. As I continue to build this site and continue to add items to the pages, I keep seeing item’s in my database that are incomplete.
Seems somewhere along the way, I forgot to finish 2016 and 2017 adding the basics. For me the basics being Market, that includes Market Specifications and the Zone each Viper was sold in. Then there’s the Miscellaneous area that includes Test Vipers, Pilot Orders, Wheels, Tires and various Optional items.
For most, it’s not a real big deal, for others… it is.
As I’ve been working on these breakdowns there are a lot of fun things I’ve learned along the way, wish I could share them all. This was partially started as I was working on the IVR (International Viper Registry). I decided I was going to an entire Equipment Breakdown for all the Production Years. An example of that is here .
Thought it would be something the Viper Community would show some interest in, however, it died fairly fast. I considered the time it would take to do each year and there was to much of a down side. As I looked into doing an example from each Generation, it was easy to see that “Optional Equipment” in one year was “Standard Equipment” in another, or just bouncing back and forth withing a single production year.
I determined that using a simple query to strip data out and place it in the correct field was just not going to work, it was going to be more….. One at a time. NOT!!!!
On the plus side, 2020 has been very promising, lots more interest than there has been and it’s renewed a lot of these projects, but not all.
I have decided however, to complete the current pages with the data I have, finish the galleries and keep them current. Finish adding pictures to all the Registered RAM SRT-10’s (Viper Trucks) and Vipers, this will probably take the rest of the year. That also means finishing 2016-2017 Viper breakdown basics. This also means doing the same thing for the Viper Trucks which I haven’t even started.
So bear with me, as shared by a friend on Facebook, “It’s a Life’s Work”