Friday, March 9, 2018

Tropical Stormer: 1992 GMC Typhoon

I'm not a big proponent of the wholesale price increases we've seen in the classic car world over the past few years (decade...?) ...but the market is free and that supply/demand tradeoff is going to drive prices up or down...but I think they'll only go up on a low-mile low-production oddball like a GMC Typhoon.  My only problem is that I'd put too many miles on this beast! Find this 1992 GMC Typhoon offered for $17,900 in Las Vegas, NV via craigslist.  Tip from FuelTruck.

From the seller:
This SUV is located in Las Vegas, but worth the trip!

Super Rare and super nice stock and unmolested 1992 Typhoon. One of 150 with the black and Argent Cladding. Everything works! Ice cold air, perfect interior, awesome factory Black paint. This is the real deal with low low miles, Only 78,000 miles. Clean Car Fax. You will be hard pressed to find one this nice. Freshly Serviced! Price is firm, no games.

See a better SUV from the 1990s?


  1. Always loved these. Definitely hard to find this clean (and stock). Before I got my car I was actually searching for one of these for my daily, but could not find one that I liked/was willing to pay for. Hell, if this would have been around about 8 months ago I would have pulled the trigger. Can't say I'm not happy with my new ride, but damn...........


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