Man are you guys ever over-reacting to each other and over-thinking this whole thing.
The market is what the market is today. People can ask whatever they want for their cars for sale, but the market ultimately dictates the selling price. There are sales across the board on old GTS cars, with some pristine low mileage GTS BW cars being sold recently as high as mid $50's, and some others as low as the $30's. It depends on several factors, and it is obviously in our collective best interest that these cars hold their value well, or even appreciate.
I don't claim to have a crystal ball to the future, but I am about as big a car crazy guy as they get and have usually been right about predicting future value on cars that I felt would be considered classics or appreciate in value one day. One of the most recent ones I was right about was the Ford GT, and after a brief decline in value, they have now skyrocketed to at least $200k and up, and they will continue going up. I'm going to go out on a limb and agree with CNBC, Yahoo, and many noteworthy car publications in that the Viper is a modern day classic that will appreciate in value a great deal as time goes on. Some of you may have already noticed that some Vipers have been holding their values well or even appreciating the past year or two. I have noticed that Gen IV models, specifically 2008's have been holding their values very steady the entire past year +, and some GTS models, specifically 2002 FE, 96' models, and BW GTS models with low mileage to name a few, have even seen some appreciation in the past couple of years.
I fully realize that most/many of us don't buy or own our cars to wait and watch the values rise, but rather own them for the fun of driving them. But you also can't ignore the fact that pristine examples are doing well with their values on the market these days, and seem to have a very bright future in that regard as well... This is good news for all of us, and we should embrace it instead of shoot this idea down, argue, and call each other names.