TR is a TR
Some may disagree with me saying a TR is a TR.
Anyways, what I have noticed is the late 30 something and 40 something crowd really takes notice of these cars since afterall, that age group was either in HS, just out of HS or just entering the workforce from 84-87. Several times when I take my old slow 84 GN out, I get plenty of comments as far as "is that your GN?" No one ever says "is that your "hot air" GN? Sometimes I will say, "its an 84, and they were the slower ones" the response usualy is "so what! you have a GN! Those cars were awesome!
This age group are the ones starting to, or already have $$. They will be the ones in the market for a "toy" either now or in a few years. Unless they get screwed with thier ARM on thier house, they should be OK financialy and when they look for a GN or a TR it may push the prices up. Maybe it already has, anyways, the higher IC cars go up in value, the HA ones may not follow penny for penny but the value may (i stress MAY) increase as well.
My 1 cent (not 2 since I own a HA )