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^ What they said. If you are looking for a car to obtain investment value the 84-89 300zx ain't it. It will be several years before you see an appreciable bump in the market if any at all. The 72-78 z are starting to gain steam in the market. I too was looking at the 928 when I bought my Nissan in 2004. You could buy a low mileage 928s for 15k and a 90gt for less than 20k at the time. Not anymore. If you want a 928 in that year range you will pay significantly more. Good luck trying to find a low mileage gt at all. If you find one plan on 30k-35k if not way more depending on condition. If you want one you better get on the train quick.
That being said, I love my 86t. Since you're doing all the work yourself you can add power economically, to a point. Plan on fabrication work as the aftermarket is weak on these cars. Good luck
1986ZXT GLL: K & N, CM 3" turbo back, Turbosmart MBC @ 11 psi, fmic (old guy kept the A/C), Dual Fans, Maxima Alternator, ASCO plenum, Eibach/KYB, Champion 3 row