North American Turbocoupe Organization

The most expensive TC you will ever find.
Scott Evil Offline
Senior Member
1986 SVO 1D <19,000 miles
2001 Audi S4 Silver (the fastest color)

Pete D Offline
I defintely got that one bookmarked [Image: biggrin.gif] They weren't asking that much for John Kennedy's TC

NATO Member. it's not a vice, it's an obsession
"The nice thing about each new day is nobody ever used it before" Barnaby Jones
88 TC X 2, 86 SVO, mods list at
Pete Dunham


TurboCoupe50 Offline
Posting Freak
Woah....... 30 G's ?? Thats 3-4K more than the guy at Carlisle wanted for a brand damn new '87 a couple of years ago(it had 422 mi).

One thing for sure if he sells it, we'll all be puttin' our TCs on ebay. [Image: biggrin.gif]

Two 1988 Turbo Coupes ..... yea one of em has a 5.0 And runs 13.1s
1988 Turbo Coupe331 AOD

1972 Comet GT

1969 Fairlane Cobra 428CJ 4-Speed

GARNET88 Offline
Senior Member
OMFG, Give me a break!!!Must be a mistake EH!!!

NATO Member
88 TC + a killer driver= one bird that can't be stoped!
2.5 in. side pipe exhaust with no muffler, K&N cone filter, Gillis set to 18 PSI...= the loudest TC knowen to man!It is time to build the Bitch of all 2.3's!!!!!!!
1988 Turbo Coupe
2.5" Stainless exhaust. Duals with flowmasters.
House of Kolor paint by: Glen Gordon
ROH Wheels
Front Mount IC
Turbo Smart BOV
Gillis Boost valve

RiglerTKE Offline
One would think that they would at least post a pic of the gold plated car!
Todd Rigler
87 TC Stock except for brake swap.

Hybridbird Offline
Posting Freak
30 g's and 115,000miles??!!!!!!!!!
30 g's and it needs tires??????????!!!!!!!!
30 g's and we don't even get a pic????!!It's not even loaded!!!!
W T F is this guy on,and can I get it in pill form for ease of injestion????
This has GOT TO BE someone's idea of a joke!They weren't even 30 g's when they were new.This guy has obviously lost what little mind he had left.

Too much fun, what's that mean?That's like too much boost,there's no such thing.
"Finch....get the f*ck away from that Ficus......that's a jizz-free Ficus!"

86tc Offline
Quote:Originally posted by GARNET88:
OMFG, Give me a break!!!Must be a mistake EH!!!

Actually, he posted it twice. Once in the "price" blank, and once in the body of the auction. So, I doubt it was a mistake. I sent him a letter telling him to come here and ask what it's really worth in everyone's opinion once we get a description, so please be nice if he comes here. [Image: wink.gif]

'62 Ranchero (in progress...again)
'72 Gran Torino Sport (for sale/trade)
'76 Honda CB750 (for sale/trade)
'88 Yamaha Blaster Race 4-wheeler (for sale/trade)
'89 Lincoln Town Car (for sale/trade)
'92 GMC Safari Conv. Van (for sale)
'94 Pontiac Bonneville
'96 GMC Jimmy

askjeffro Offline
Junior Member
I just saw that on ebay, I came here to share it.


RiglerTKE Offline
I offered to sell him mine at a cut-rate price of $5,000. He could use it as an investment.

For that price his wife better be mounted in the floor board smiling like a doughnut [Image: redface.gif] , if you know what I mean!

Anyone have a carfax account? He lists the VIN number (1FABP64T4JH224702). I was just curious to see some info on it.

Maybe we need to get a picture and post it on the NATO homepage-or at least in the showroom.

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Todd Rigler
87 TC Stock except for brake swap.

Walsted Offline
Posting Freak
Give the guy the benefit of the doubt. Try to imagine your significant other comes in and tells you that you have to sell your TC.

You: "I really don't think I could get what it is worth to me."

Significant other: "How much are folks getting for cars in that shape?"

You: "Between twenty five and thirty five."
(meaning 2,500 to 3,500).

Significant other: "Then list it on eBay for between twenty-five and thirty-five."

At that point, not really wanting to sell it, you list it on eBay for between twenty five and thirty five THOUSAND. That way, you can honestly look your significant other in the eye and say "I listed it for between twenty five and thirty five on eBay, and I haven't even got any bids. Might as well keep it."

Mike Walsted - NATO member
1986 5-speed TurboCoupe and 1985 5-speed XR7

[This message has been edited by Walsted (edited 08-03-2002).]
Mike Walsted - Sold my 1986 5-speed TurboCoupe

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