i always forget about the gnx and t-type. yeah, i want to say the 2.3 4 cylinder made like 85 hp, lol.Monte Carlo SS or Buick GNX, all black. There was one for sale in Austin for 19k, but I don't have 19k.
Agent Smith, I had a 1992 red Mustang, 4cyl automatic. Slower than my civic.
As a side note concerning 300C. I have heard Fiat is relaunching the Lancia brand in Europe using the 300C. For that continent it will be a 300C with a different grille and diesel only power option. Doesn't really fit into my idea of an Italian Lancia.Anything classic will hold its value pretty well, if not appreciate. Just depends on your brand affiliation or taste in style. They're all going to be crap performers compared to a modern sports or muscle car. As far as the modern cars go... well, classic or modern I've always been a big Ford fan. If you're looking for an investment, and you like the LX platform, what about the Magnum SRT8? The limited production numbers and quick killing-off of the model are bound to make it a solid collector's car soon. I've been thinking of getting an R/T Magnum myself, just because the idea of a V8 wagon with RWD is bad-ass, especially when you swap on an early Charger SRT8 front end (300C's front is even easier because of Europe's 300C Touring, if you prefer that look)... beast!