Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Panhandle of Florida
F-Body's (and most cars in general) work on an upside down bell curve. they start off real high hit the bottom where you can barely give them away, and then if they are deemed collectible or desirable they go back up. the NADA value of my 92 Z28 Vert has doubled in the first year i've owned it. the Third-gens have always been the black sheep, mullet mobile, and are now starting to become more popular as finding a clean first and second gen becomes increasingly more difficult and the stigmata of being a redneck corvette is slowly removed to nothing but a memory. the values of the fourth-gens will go up eventually in time but unfortunately for those trying to sell not so much now. in fact most people i know who do buy 4th Gens do it because buying the whole car is often cheaper then buying the motor and transmission separately for a LSx swap.
Good Luck - someone will bite eventually if you're willing to hold on long enough.