As we all know Vipers seem to be easier to sell and everybody want them with under 10k on them for some reason. As the years go on obviously they are getting harder to find and fewer of them are around. I am seeing a lot of cars that people are dumping at 9500 thru 9900 miles obviously trying to get the bigger bucks before they hit 10 grand mark. As a rough guidline in some cases I noticed that they almost seem to drop a dollar for every mile you drive them over 10k, e.g a car with 20,000 sells for around 45 to 50 and its counterpart with 5 to 10k miles on it would sell for 55 to 60. Of course there is exceptions to the rule but watching prices I have made this observation more than once or twice. Do you think that this stigma or whatever you want to call it will ever change. For instance in 5 years do you think the magic number for gen I and gen II cars will be 20k? I would like to think this number has to go up or people are not going to find cars or will people still want the 10k cars but these will be the ones going for 75 to 100 and the 20k cars will be going for 50 to 75. Not saying those numbers are accurate just using them as an example. Personally I think the gen III and gen IV cars are going to somewhat dictate the prices of the older cars since there comes a point when you say for yada yada amount I could be in a new one, screw this. I would love to hear all of your opinions on this. I hate to say it but this is the one thing I hate about the car. One of the things that attracted me to the Viper is how they hold there value compared to the Vettes but then the vettes don't become undesirable until 50k.