Turntables... Thorens v Denon

Anybody have experience with thorens td160 updated/refurbished turntables (belt drive) or Denon quartz dve  GT750 (again refurbished).  Both look retro cool and  would compliment my system nicely 

Thanks in advance

I haven't tried the GT750.  I did own a Denon DP60L, which was an upper-line model.  It had a large Rosewood base and was gorgeous! I also had a Rega 2, from the 1980's.  I compared the two tables with an a/ b test, and the Rega trounced the Denon. It wasn't close.  I would vote for the Thorens based on that experience, if looks are important, but you still want good sound.   
I've had many Denon TTs over the years. I have set up and repaired many more. I have never seen a GT750 and it is not listed in any of the catalogs I can find. some exist on resell sites, and it looks like it might be a European market version. I have used the Thornes although it was some time ago. Regardless, the Denon is almost certainly a direct drive and the Thornes is a belt. As you would expect, they product a different type of sound. I like DD for the drive and pace they offer, and often a more solid bass. I like belts for the openness and cleaner upper range they often offer. These are generalities as I've not compared these two units directly. Unless you have a chance to try both, it may come down to the sound you are after.