WTB: 1k Mile or less 1987 GN or Turbo T

GNICETRY

Cat&wife post starter
^^^I don't think those radio knobs are OEM. Weren't the tailpipes painted black?
At least you could sell the cigarette lighter for like $200 LOL
 

GNICETRY

Cat&wife post starter
How much would a sub 1K mile go for in todays market? $75K?
Good call!!! I heard the twins just went for 147K ish. Both had less than 1K miles. So add a little $$ because of their notoriety but then take away a little $$ because 2 were bought and we are at around 75K.
 

GNICETRY

Cat&wife post starter
I agree but most likely that car won't really see the road at all. It will be trailerd or put in the living room!
 
Its sad the original owner just let them sit there to deteriorate and collect dust. Low miles and consecutive serial numbers kept the value high. Did they not sell for $200K when they were sold the first time?
 

GNICETRY

Cat&wife post starter
^^^^Allegedly $205,699 on Ebay about 3 years ago.
I used to think it was sad but now I don't. They were his cars and his choice. Would it be better if he drove them and cracked them up? Or had them stolen? Or had given them up in a divorce? Or raced them and beat them up?? Again, not what I would have done, but he did preserve 2 of the 80's best for someone. Yeah they have to put $1000's in them to drive them but they still have a GN with less than 1000 miles. The whole GN community knows and is talking about them. Millions on the internet now know about those cars. Like 3 people know about my GN. LOL. I would want to see them if I could. Even if in his living room.
If everyone did what I would to them (and I'm presuming you too) there would be no low mileage 100% stock OEM GN's out there. And to be honest that would be sad for me.
 

WC_Buick

New Member
There is also a 33 original mile one for sale on classic cars.com but I’m getting a lot of pop up spam crap from them. Any low mile one id run a true carfax and look it over with a fine tooth comb.
 

grass doctor

Dream Catcher
How much do you think that would go for?
well... I dont want to get into a pissing match with the high price it will bring....but this type of collector car will sell only to someone who is seeking such a car and I would think money is not really that much of a concern for said person seeking such a rare, never registered, concours collectable car...all I will say is 3 times original sticker price ;)
 
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