Night shift is taking a beating on me so in hopes of staying awake.... Help me understand. I've owned my GEN II now for almost three years. I've taken it to a couple cars and coffee meets. I seem to run in to three types of people. 1. Those who hate Dodge/Chrysler products including the Viper. (I get stared down by the group of Corvette owners like they want to kill me, they give me that look like "who invited that guy") 2. The none American car lover. (These people only care for Imports) 3. Those who have liked the Viper from its first debut in the early 90s. (These people always complement the car) This includes Viper owners. I work with a lot of Chevy and Ford owners and they always enjoy cracking jokes on the Viper and Chrysler. I owned multiple Supra's before the Viper. This is my first American sports automobile. However with the Supra, it was as if everyone idolized it, even domestic owners. It was kind of annoying, especially the younger kids. I actually enjoy the fact that the Viper is more hated then liked though. It does kind of have the "F you and your opinion" attitude. I would hate to own a car that the populace liked and approved of. Anyways school me on this. Is it just a rivalry in American car manufactures?