Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Tinley Park, IL
It's all going to depend on the market in the future. There is a certain nostalgia of the 50's and 60's cars that bring in the bucks that just isn't seen even with 70's models. Anything 40 or below brings in the cash too for the antique value.
Point being that even in the 90's, a 57' belaire or a 64' GTO was bringing in the bucks. A 30 year old car today (64' being 30 years old in 94') just doesn't see any value. A 81' Trans Am just isn't worth anything in 2011... This might all change when gas internal combustion engines are a thing of the past, but I don't see any mass production GM from the 80's on up being worth anything. Mind you, I said mass produced, this doesn't included special editions like the 30th anniversary TA or limited productions like the ZR1.
Left a 421RWHP 2004 GTO, but honestly loving the G6 GT coupe!
87' white Firebird(sold)
01' green Grand Am SE2(traded for the 03')
03' orange Grand Am SC/T(totaled)
04' blue GTO(traded for the G6)
00' tan Montana(I swear, its the wife's)
06' black G6 GT Coupe