I believe there are too many GEN I and GEN II Vipers out for there to be replica potential in the future beyond a one off like this Viperette. If Viper had stopped after 1992 or even 1993, (around what 1,500 to 2,000 cars), there would have been sufficient demand for a kit builder and replicas. However there are too many out there at a very reasonable price. When you can find a true Viper GEN I for mid to high 20s, there is no question on the subject. If the GEN Is start to jump up to an average of $40k to $50k, it gets interesting. Viper's will do okay in the long run, but if they start to creep back up to MRSP, that will be about it, except the real, real rare ones. For some reason, I still feel the 1992s, the 1998' GT2s, Comp Coupes, ACRXs and the GEN IV ACRs are going to be the Vipers to have in the future. Then again, it may never materialize either.