HAHAHAHA! I literally just emailed him about correcting that like 5 minutes before you posted this! Good timing man!
Edit to add what I sent him.
Just wanted to let you know that unless you did a full body and engine swap (some people do) there is no way your Fiero is an 84. It is an 86-88 Gt. Email me back if you are unsure of the year and you would like me to help you figure it out. The year has a large impact on the value of the car, so getting that right is pretty important. I have owned 2 Fieros, 1 of which I still do own, and I am an active member of a Wisconsin Fiero club as well as a large internet Forum. Just let me know and I would gladly help you figure it out. Or just check the title If the title says it is an 84, then something is wrong. Best of luck on the sale in any case.
------------------ "He took my stapler. I could burn this building down."
[This message has been edited by TheRealShadowX (edited 02-16-2011).]
Posts: 469 From: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada Registered: Jan 2011
Back a few decades ago some custom cars and motorcycles that were featured in Hot Rod and Easyrider magazines were stolen.
When it was investigated it was discovered that the thieves went to the DMV, paid the small fee, and got the registration information. They, of course, used that information to locate the vehicles and steal them.
Since then most magazines cover the plates.
------------------ Jim Martin White '86 GT California