By on February 22, 2012

Our friend Kamil Kaluski of Hooniverse found this picture of a 2013 Dodge SRT Viper – in Hot Wheels form. Squint real hard and you’ll see that this is probably the Viper, in 1/59th scale.

The Viper, and other Hot Wheels for 2013 were revealed on a Portuguese language website for Hot Wheels collectors. What Kamil, a grown man with a family and a demanding job, was doing on the site remains unknown. But he managed to get a scoop. We’ll see if this is an accurate depiction once the car is unveiled at April’s New York Auto Show.

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