GN's have a much higher resale value! T-Types are available in different colors and trim packages. I TOO, HAVE BOTH and don't plan on ever selling either one as they are the best muscle car ever built! Gene
i have a white t-type limited 1035 made and i have charcoal leather tinted windows .pretty good resale value.i'm trying my best to find a set of gnx wheels ,that will look really stealthy right.now i just need to get another gn so they can get married.(black tux/white bride dress)lol
I have a 87 Turbo T, its pretty odd in the fact
that it has no power equipment at all.
No power windows, locks no cruise control not
even delay wipers. It is charcoal gray with a gray gut. WO2 blackout trim. 90,000 mi.
Just bought it three weeks ago for $3,500.
Completely stock unmolested till now.
GN's might have a higher resale in all years except for 87's. They made to many of them.
My boss has 87 GN with 26,000 mi. and a 87 Turbo
T with 34,000 mi.. He had them both proffesionally
appraised, The Turbo T is valued $1,000 more than the GN.
I also work on five turbo regals, three GN's and two Turbo T's. Ranging from high tens to low thirteens.
Man,you got a deal, SomethingEvil. I paid $6,000 for my '87 T, about 5 years ago. It had just over 100,000 miles. Moon roof, bucket seats, Concert Sound, stock mechanicals, and I thought it was reasonablly priced! The "T" is a better deal if you're buying, the GN is better if you're selling, and the GNX is best if you're collecting, IMO.
Honestly I think it is what you like. I don't get as many looks in the "T" as I do the GN. Thats a good thing when you are trying to avoid the police. Either way, for a good deal, I would pick up any Turbo Buick, 86-87 that is! I would like to find a nice WE-4 when money is no object. If and when I ever get married, I want all the cars there to be Turbo Buicks. Or at least some sweet ass rides. I might let an SVT Lightning in there. cheers