MY GLHS LOVE AFFAIRMy GLHS love affair began when I was in high school. At first, I was in love with the less potent GLH Turbo. The first time I saw a GLH-T, I was on Van Dyke and 6 Mile Rd on the Eastside of Detroit. My mother was driving me to school (I was 14) and a gold and black GLH-T took off from the light like a bat outta hell! WOW... I was immediately smitten.Flash forward a few years... the first time I saw a GLHS was sitting at a red light at 8 Mile Rd and Livernois. Some guy in a 10 gallon cowboy hat pulled up in a GLHS and made the right turn going east on 8 Mile. I begged my buddy to keep up so I could ge a better look, but his 1985 Chevy Nova/Toyota Corolla could not keep pace. It was at that moment that I fell in love and vowed to one day own a GLHS Omni!Flash forward a few more years to 2000. I had recently taken out an add on yahoo to sell a 1992 Mercury Cougar (go ahead and laugh, but it was actually a fun car to drive). The add hadn't generated a single phone call so I logged on to yahoo to take it down. On a whim, I typed G-L-H-S into the search field and *POP*... there was #003 for sale in California! I called the number and the deal was made. I flew to LA a few weeks later to buy it and drive it home to Detroit.SOME HISTORY ABOUT #003This is my 1986 GLHS. It is #003 of 500. Instant collectable and completely refurbished. I am the second owner. The car was originally owned by Linda Kolinski (formerly Hanneman) of Whittier, CA. Linda's ex (Neil) used to work as an engineer for Carrol Shelby back in the 80's and was one of the first people to buy a new GLHS back in 86 (hence the low #). Linda drove the car for 14 years as her daily commuter putting approximately 120,000 miles on the odometer. When I bought the car in December 2000, it was in excellent mechanical condition but was showing its age in the paint, plastic trim, interior trim, etc. Linda agreed to sell me the car because I promised not to part it out.I never met Neil but a few years ago, he was woking for Ford (on the Ford GT) in the Detroit area. We tried to meet for lunch a few times without any luck. I was hoping to get some more history of the car.