DJ.. true all things considered being that you can't buy a decent GN for less then $20k now... yeah this tribute shouldn't be priced less then $35k ..
IT IS LIKE BUYING A BRAND NEW GNX FROM 1987 .. just with a ton of quality in it like nothing in 1987..
Swoosh....out of all the offers i have gotten... yours would be the first as for speed and quality for sure...
But I will say this GNX is better then new... putting the stroker in it would kill the car unless you put everything aside and transplant later.. the engine compartment looks like a brand new GNX-- IMHO ... i thought about that too..modifying it but it is way too authentic and perfect to touch.....
But getting out of the Buick world... for a while... no time to play anymore
$30k buys the car... offers coming in daily... pics were posted in another thread..the pics speak for the car.... it puts a genuine 1000 mile GNX to shame
no denying its nice, it will NEVER BE A GNX!!!!!
and it will NEVER appreciate like a GNX,
or be worth what a REAL GNX is worth!
sorry to piss on your parade, but get off your high horse,
people pay you complements, and you continue to insult them.
(maybe the MBZ attitude?)
$30k for a clone? thats top dollar!
I would not expect it to EVER increase in value!
mean while my less than perfect GNX is fun to drive and will continue to increase in value!
and its a REAL GNX , NOT A CLONE!
You keep saying that like he is trying to CLAIM it is a real GNX...is he? No. Is he asking GNX price? No. So what is the problem? Have you seen how much authentic GNX parts are? Is this top dollar? Yes. Has he claimed otherwise? NO.
So again, what is the issue? Who are you telling this to like everyone else is hiding it?
Typically tributes/clones sell for 30% to 50% of the cars they try to emulate (depending on rarity). So to say the cars price wont/cant rise would have to assume prices of the genuine item wont appreciate. I'm sure there will be a limit to appreciation as cost to build the tribute must be taken into account. I would not venture to say if a GNX sold for 120k at auction that this particular car would sell for 60k but, i'm pretty sure the price wouldn't stagnate around 30k.
If it were my money I'd find a higher mileage GNX, drive and enjoy it with the option of updating paint and engine rebuild some time in the future. This way, what you have will always be a GNX.
No way should be this be taken as a negative Mark, In no way am I trying to taint your for sale ad and I believe your price is reasonable when taking into account how much a low mileage truly spotless GNX commands. Kudos to Kash for building an incredible tribute. GLWS!!