Good post SSG. As you have observed, the majority of Viper owners tend to be older. This more due to the cost of the cars than anything else. Now that used Viper are available at more reasonable prices the clubs are getting to include more and more younger members. At some clubs these two age groups tend to blend pretty well, with everybody bonding about the cars, and nobody checking licenses for birthrates, however at some events the young ones want to form their own separate groups. Probably just individual differences. Some have been members for many years, and have their own group of friends the feel comfortable with. Since Vipers have been produced for over 20 years now, and are available at a big range of prices, I would expect this age diversity to expand, and that is a good thing. Another thing you may notice is that most of the drivers are male, however more and more of the ladies are taking the wheel. This is a good thing too. Some are old, some are younger. Some track, others not so much, Some like Coupes, others Verts. Some like to party hard, others are more laid back, Some like to drink, others are solid and sober. They are all brought together by the DNA that runs through all the Vipers. Great looking, Fun driving, V-10 Powered, and 6 Speed shifted. Makes the old feel young, and the young feel that need for speed, and the Direct Connection between the driver and the machine is the common link.