I have 4 of these 3rd gen Trans Ams. They just kind of show up. In 1991, Pontiac brought back the official convertible, since 1969. There were two years of third gen convertibles, 1991, and 1992. There were 663 Trans Am convertibles made in 1992. I have two of them. One of them used to be a show car, then the fuel regulator blew out, and the engine caught fire. It had just been repainted. The car was saved and can be brought back, but I have not had the energy. It is in safe storage. Of those 663 cars, 104 were 5 speed convertibles, and I have an original one. It needs a minor restoration, but runs and drives well. There is nothing like driving a stick behind a TPI engine. They are different, and real torquey. People talk about a rare car, well this one is a rare car! I also have a 1991 5 Speed Trans Am which is in storage, and I have a 1989 GTA which has been a show car with less than 60K miles. I am not looking for any more cars. However, I have a lot of rare parts, including the Lingenfelter replacement for the TPI system. I would love to try it. I have seen it on Corvettes. Will these cars ever be valuable? I have no idea. I have a degree in auto technology and I used to work on the legendary cars in the 70’s. I have built over 150 complete engines and done other performance work. That was a long time ago. We think of the nostalgia of many of the those Chevelles, Z28’s, Chargers, etc. But today, you can buy a car that runs 11’s or better. I like the look of the old cars better. Starting in 85, GM released the TPI system and that was considered the most advanced engine. Performance was starting to come back. It is one of the best looking. LS engines make great power, but they are ugly. Builders are always trying to hide the coils, etc … I originally got into these cars because my doctor wanted me to get a hobby, so I decided to buy a convertible. A friend found me the first 1992 vert, and we had no idea it was a rare car. We never here the definition of rare. I used to do the large shows with two of my cars. Family health issues has kept me away and I hope to get back. No matter, who you are, or what you love, car guys are the greatest to talk to. One thing I have noticed about these Trans Ams, is that you hardly see them, so at shows, they might catch the judges eye. Camaro’s are great, but there are a lot of them out there. I hope Hagerty is right and the value is going up, I just have not seen it. Everyone have a great 2019.