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I do too.

But not for that insane price.

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Wow she's a beauty...but there's a lot of other cars for a hundred grand (or less) that I'd rather own.

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at 2x the price of the adjusted original sticker.... not a bad price. it would be a dream to own one, but with that few of miles on it, it should be in a museum, maybe. wonder how often the oil was changed........... something this pristene on the odometer should not be driven, i think. now if it had 10K on it .. perfect for car shows, and special outings.

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Screw the GNX... I want that Chevrolet: G20 Van! :blink:

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This is blasphemy but I've never been a big fan of the GNX. Every time I see a Regal of that era I think Cutlass Supreme, yes I know different cars etc. but whatever. Although I will say I definitely like the Toronado of the same year because of its unique interior, sleeker look and the return of the hidden headlamps.

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That's really cool, and arguably worth the price. The only issue I'd have is that yes it's awesome beyond belief, but what would I do with it? Pay $100k and then keep it locked up again so I didn't add any mileage? Actually do drive it and flurry away that 20 y.o. newness? It's reasons like these that it's hard to sell cars like that, even at lower prices, because most people would rather just buy one with some miles and then have both a showpiece and a car they're not afraid to drive.

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That's really cool, and arguably worth the price. The only issue I'd have is that yes it's awesome beyond belief, but what would I do with it? Pay $100k and then keep it locked up again so I didn't add any mileage? Actually do drive it and flurry away that 20 y.o. newness? It's reasons like these that it's hard to sell cars like that, even at lower prices, because most people would rather just buy one with some miles and then have both a showpiece and a car they're not afraid to drive.

Pick it up from the dealer and immediately do a burnout. The dealer's tears alone will be worth the $100k. :AH-HA_wink:

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I'm not so sure that the GNX is a bad deal at $100,000.

Id pay that before I'd buy any POS beater musclecar

at Barrett Jackson for $700,000 just becuase it has a

426 HEMI and is painted SubLime.

Still cars are meant to be driven, not stored and looked

at, this thing will probably never see a road, ever.

That's sad... if I could buy it I would drive the doors off

of it, I'd treat it with respect and maintain it as it should

be but also enjoy the swoosh of the turbo.

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The GNX was a neat car...not sure if I would pay 100 large for one, though.. I'd much rather have this Turbo that's on ebay for $70k..

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There are a lot of cars I would rather have than a GNX for $100k. There are a lot of cars I'd rather have for $50k, too. That car would have to be an investment and be locked up somewhere safe so in 20 years it could be resold for $200k (or whatever it will be worth by then).

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Think I could buy a GNX with some miles in just as good condition for half the price and several other fun cars, too.

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shucks, 9.9 miles. He's prolly done 36 quarter mile runs. Little too much abuse for me.

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Thats a heady price tag for sure. These cars will do nothing but go up in value in the coming years. They were capable of litterally melting the tires off the rims and was one of the most fearsome cars of it's era. It's too bad so few stylish cars like this exist these days.

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Still cars are meant to be driven, not stored and looked

at, this thing will probably never see a road, ever.

That's sad... if I could buy it I would drive the doors off

of it, I'd treat it with respect and maintain it as it should

be but also enjoy the swoosh of the turbo.

I'm reminded of that scene from "This is Spinal Tap." It still has the tag on it. It's never been played. Don't even look at it.

It's a waste of a car. If it had SOME mileage on it, you could drive it occasionally. If it had lots of miles, you could even beat on it. With nothing on the odometer, it's too rare to touch. It's nearly worthless to own.

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Hmm if it is new do I get the 3 year 36,000 mile warrenty too? Because after-all it is from the day the car is sold to a consumer. Actually 75K would seem much more reasonable to me, I have seen them with only 2-3K for 40-50K in like new condition. I WOULD LOVE THAT Car and is my favorite classic GM car.

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