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Hello, I have a chance to buy an 87 GN with 108K miles driven by a little old lady. It has some small rust inside on the bottoms of the doors and it is starting to rust in back of the rear wheels. otherwise it is straight with very few dents. It does need new paint as it is is all cracked. The inside is in excellent shape, only needing a headliner. I may be able to get the car for 5 thousand dollars. Is this a fair price? What do they usually sell for in this shape. I usually deal in the 70 -72 skylarks...<P>Thanks<P>bob

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I got my 87 GN for $3000. It was a work, so far I've put $5500 rebuilding the engine, and it has had new brakes, tires (blackwall on a GN smile.gif" border="0), and it needs a tranny, paint, and exhaust, and a nice ECM

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If it is an unmolested vehicle, go for it.<BR>They are very durable cars and those miles are not that much considdering the age.<BR>If you buy it, immediately replace the timing chain and valve springs.<BR>I would also suggest bargaining with the seller for a lower price.<P><BR>Ron<P><BR>Ron's Custom Auto<BR>Merkel Performance Engines<P>1-800-718-7667

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For some reason, we have found that the best time to purchase a Turbo Buick is in the fall and winter seasons.<BR>Pricing becomes soft at these times of year.<BR>Once spring breaks out and well into the summer, expect to pay top dollar for one of these cars.<P>Ron

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