I believe there are more decent GLHS's out there than GLHT's at this point. At least some people squirreled the GLHS's away thinking that someday they might be a collector car. Virtually no one did that with the regular GLH's. There are GLHS's out there, but finding one in good shape and affordable is no small task. Some of the ones out there are so ridiculously over-priced, they will never sell. I guess their thought process is, they only need to find one lunatic that will pay stupid money for one. It isn't the Shelby Dodge enthusiasts that are buying them at 30K. It's really hard to find a GLHT that is rust free and one that hasn't been all butchered up. I had been looking for years to find a super clean GLHT that I could transplant a Masi 16V engine into. I came to the realization that I wasn't going to find one cleaner than the 88 Omni I already had. I had a 37K mile 88 Omni that bought out of Austin, TX close to 20 years ago. When I bought it it only had 21K miles on it. That car has never seen a snowflake. So THAT car is now getting a powertrain transplant.Sorry to bother you but I'm curious, how did you manage to get all those Omnis since they are so rare and hard to find? The black one (the GLHS) is super rare and I was wondering where you got that one and all the others since I can hardly find any of them.
The GLHS pictured I bought from the original owner back in 1993 or 1994. The red GLHT with the 15K miles on it I bought a long time ago too. I was the third owner of that. It had a VERY interesting story behind it. The one blue GLHT I've owned since it was a year old. The other blue one I owned from about 1998 and owned about 17 years before I sold it to a friend. That car came out of Long Beach, CA. The silver 50K one I've only owned since around late 2016. Found that one in Columbus, OH from a SD enthusiast.
If you find one for sale that is really super clean, you better act on it immediately, because you're hardly the only person looking for one. Don't limit yourself to cars just local to you, because you'll never find one that way. I get at least a dozen private emails or phone calls per year from people looking to buy a clean GLHT/GLHS. Either you will pay a premium for a super nice running example, or you may find one cheaper that doesn't run, doesn't stop, and has been sitting for 10-20 years. Those cars can me a nightmare getting back to running condition. Took me three months to get that silver GLHT in running condition after I bought it. There usually is a reason why those cars where parked in the first place.