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Fiero parts value going down by DLCLK87GT
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Are parts not worth much of anything anymore? I've been trying to sell my 87 GT body (front & rear bumper covers, fastback clip and deck lid + extras) for about a year now and as soon as I say $200 POOF! I never hear from them again. Am I asking too much? The last person I even said I'd throw in some fenders and possibly a hood but still they never got back to me. I think I paid 100 for my Formula bumper cover a couple years ago and it needed work. IMO the front GT bumper cover is worth close to the 200 as it's perfect. Just needs to be sanded and painted like the rest of the parts. I'm not looking to get rich but am not giving them away either.
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Not from what I have seen. You may need to ship things though. Larger stuff is usually harder to sell. The market is always small for a car as unique as this.
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I threw out a bunch of body parts. No value unless you are close to someone. I couldn't even sell a complete T top kit.
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I paid $40 for my GT bumper that had cracked pain on it. Hit it with my palm sander with 80 grit and threw a few coats of primer on it.

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I know someone that needs a GT bumper. Will point them to this thread.
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I think there is a change in demand.

I've been around Fiero's since the late 90's back in the day the cars were everywhere and everyone wanted a fastback or aero bumper to put on their coupes. An Aero car in a junk yard was a hot commodity and would be stripped right away.

All of those cars are gone now and very few people are left with cars they want to tinker with to that extent. Much of the owners who have stuck around are older and appreciate the coupes and the fastback as they are.. and much of the current owners like myself are long time owners who've accumulated parts over the years and who already have spare bumpers, hoods and fenders. We would also probably prefer spending $500 on a whole parts car then $200 on a fastback swap that probably won't be easy to ship.

I very rarely buy used parts from classifieds as private sellers seem to think their parts are worth more than they actually are. Sometimes you don't have a choice though. These cars are at an age where they aren't people's first cars anymore and if something breaks they can shop around and get a good price because they tend to linger untouched in the junk yards for months and parts cars are still easily found.

None the less I think $200 is a good price for your kit, I think it's just the sheer size of the parts that is probably the issue. You will need to find someone with a truck and trailer who wants to travel or is local to pick all of that stuff up.

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I couldn't even sell a complete T top kit.


When were you selling this? Of course you would have to ship...
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I know someone that needs a GT bumper. Will point them to this thread.


Yep its usually about advertising /visibility, and then willingness to ship, or buyer to travel.
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Few years back. Wasn't going to ship. Sold off the parts and scrapped the frame.
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Originally posted by FieroMontreal:
We would also probably prefer spending $500 on a whole parts car then $200 on a fastback swap that probably won't be easy to ship.


I tried to sell the whole thing and nobody was interested. Even tried to give the roller away for nothing because it was rust free but couldn't do that either. Finally got tired of it being in the way and junked it. Forgot to pull the gas tank though DOOH!

 
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I think there is a change in demand.
Much of the owners who have stuck around are older and appreciate the coupes and the fastback as they are..


I agree. I've got a Formula and a 88 Base coup and would never think of putting the rear clip on either. And since nobody wants to pay for the parts themselves then I can only imagine adding shipping to the cost would make them too much to bother with. Guess I should have left the parts on the car, scrapped it all and been done with it. Nothing a saws-all and a 6 pack cant fix!
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Not a big demand on parts used.

Now for some selected NOS parts you can get some real good money.
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Myself I don't understsnd throwing parts away. List and relist on craigslist, its free. Even if its 3 years later someone will probably buy. I've sold stuff that way.

Stuff like clips and panels, well usually a person has to wreck theuir car to need them, or want a panel to mod, you never know when that kind of thing will happen.

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Years back Fiero's were popular with young people who wanted something sporty looking at a low price. That generation remembered when Pontiac's were still being sold and had some familiarity with the mid engine Pontiac Fiero. There was loads of activity, good demand for parts and the fix em up hobby was going strong. Today the only used parts that will sell are for repair of existing cars. . The young people today migrate more towards the imports. The OP is correct in that demand for used Fiero parts has gone away. The only parts worth a few bucks are the Fiero GT tail lights, the 4 and 5 speed transmissions and T top parts. The body parts are " a dime a dozen" . You can even buy a GT front nose facia for $50-$100 and wings for even less. Good times if you are a Fiero owner.

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It all depends on your location and how many Fiero enthusiasts are around you. It all comes down to supply and demand, especially since they are larger parts. You are asking $200 for everything you listed? That sounds like a steal to me. I just bought a rear clip from someone and had to drive around 100 miles each way to pick it up, and I could really use a GT front bumper so I don't have to mess with filling the gouges on the one I have. I paid $130 for just the fastback clip shell, but it was the only one I could find reasonably close at the time.

I know I have a bunch of parts stashed in my garage that I have listed for sale numerous times with no bites, I have no use for them but they are too nice to just throw away and I know someone could use them, but I would really like them gone.
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It all depends on your location and how many Fiero enthusiasts are around you. It all comes down to supply and demand, especially since they are larger parts. You are asking $200 for everything you listed? That sounds like a steal to me. I just bought a rear clip from someone and had to drive around 100 miles each way to pick it up, and I could really use a GT front bumper so I don't have to mess with filling the gouges on the one I have. I paid $130 for just the fastback clip shell, but it was the only one I could find reasonably close at the time.

I know I have a bunch of parts stashed in my garage that I have listed for sale numerous times with no bites, I have no use for them but they are too nice to just throw away and I know someone could use them, but I would really like them gone.


PM me if you need a front bumper. I have one that is reconditioned and like new. BACK ON TOPIC
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They take up space and if left outside, they degrade. I knew a junkyard that had hundreds of take off body parts from a kit car company. Most of the panels were left outside and over time they were deformed by snow, ice and the sun. Useless parts now. Prices were always too high, so they sat on them. I needed the space. Ii offered them for free..... no takers. I cut and tossed.
 
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Myself I don't understsnd throwing parts away. List and relist on craigslist, its free. Even if its 3 years later someone will probably buy. I've sold stuff that way.

Stuff like clips and panels, well usually a person has to wreck theuir car to need them, or want a panel to mod, you never know when that kind of thing will happen.



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I couldn't give away a good 2.8, good 3.1 (or 3.4, I don't remember), a huge amount of other motor and body parts. I finally gave away a good Formula (missing a few parts I needed). The only part I have left is a good set of notchback tail lights only because they're in really good condition. I'd give those away if someone came to pick them up. I work nights and sleep days so getting to the post office/FedEx/UPS is difficult which is one of the reasons why I don't ship stuff.
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It all depends on your location and how many Fiero enthusiasts are around you. It all comes down to supply and demand, especially since they are larger parts. You are asking $200 for everything you listed? That sounds like a steal to me. I just bought a rear clip from someone and had to drive around 100 miles each way to pick it up, and I could really use a GT front bumper so I don't have to mess with filling the gouges on the one I have. I paid $130 for just the fastback clip shell, but it was the only one I could find reasonably close at the time.

I know I have a bunch of parts stashed in my garage that I have listed for sale numerous times with no bites, I have no use for them but they are too nice to just throw away and I know someone could use them, but I would really like them gone.


You've proved my point. The demand is just not there. Fiero Jon has about 12 parts cars that have been sitting there for years. At one time, he made his living off selling Fiero parts. Now it just a small sideline for him. The restoration craze is largely over. We are now in the maintenance and repair phase

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In my opinion the market for these cars is just heating up. Until now they were just considered affordable used cars. The 80s car market is beginning to grow.
But the fact that parts don't sell right away, especially if priced too high for the area, not listed long enough, or in the right places, doesn't change. Some people list a part for $300 for 3 months, then tell 3 people they are tired of it laying around and 0are giving it away free, a week later they dispose of it.
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Restoration people want like-new parts. There isn't a whole lot of new parts for the Fiero (OEM). Come on... can't even get taillights, seat covers, floor mats etc... the parts that wear out are not easy to replace with new. I am talking restoration quality parts.

Fiero people are cheap, just like Corvairs... these cars will not demand high prices and neither will their used parts. There are still too many old fieros laying around for parts.
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Restoration people want like-new parts. There isn't a whole lot of new parts for the Fiero (OEM). Come on... can't even get taillights, seat covers, floor mats etc... the parts that wear out are not easy to replace with new. I am talking restoration quality parts.

Fiero people are cheap, just like Corvairs... these cars will not demand high prices and neither will their used parts. There are still too many old fieros laying around for parts.


But your point seemed to be people don't buy those parts. I would think not having new available means they will. Yes the owners are cheap, because the cars are cheap, that's why many of the owners have the car.
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If it am restoring a fiero, why would I buy someone's used, scratched denominated taillights when I already have a set?

 
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But your point seemed to be people don't buy those parts. I would think not having new available means they will. Yes the owners are cheap, because the cars are cheap, that's why many of the owners have the car.


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Pretty much getting off topic it seems.
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If it am restoring a fiero, why would I buy someone's used, scratched denominated taillights when I already have a set?



Everyone has different standards of what they consider "restored" or what is an acceptable part, and it sometimes depends on the condition of the part that is being replaced. If your tail light has a giant hole in the lens then a slightly scratched one doesn't look too bad anymore does it? Also I have talked to people who consider their cars "finished" or "show cars"and thought to myself really? That is what makes me leary of buying a sight unseen part, it could be described as good condition, but the buyer may have different standards than the seller. I know I've bought a couple parts that were supposed to be in good condition and been very disappointed, thinking this is worse than the one I already had.
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Off topic? Not at all.... I have sold MANY fiero parts over the years and prices for used have gone down. NOS have increased. It isn't worth buying and parting out a fiero anymore, unless it was a really nice fiero.
 
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Myself I don't understsnd throwing parts away. List and relist on craigslist, its free. Even if its 3 years later someone will probably buy. I've sold stuff that way.

I've been listing and relisting for a year now and no takers. And yes, all for $200 OBO. The bumper covers I'll probably keep but the rear clip & deck lid are going to go away one way or the other. As mentioned before, these take up space inside the garage and go to **** outside.
Edit, here's one of the original posts from over a year ago...http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/072211.html

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I've been listing and relisting for a year now and no takers. And yes, all for $200 OBO. The bumper covers I'll probably keep but the rear clip & deck lid are going to go away one way or the other. As mentioned before, these take up space inside the garage and go to **** outside.
Edit, here's one of the original posts from over a year ago...http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/072211.html



It's a good deal at that price. Where else is it listed besides PFF?
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Myself I don't understsnd throwing parts away. List and relist on craigslist, its free. Even if its 3 years later someone will probably buy. I've sold stuff that way.

Stuff like clips and panels, well usually a person has to wreck theuir car to need them, or want a panel to mod, you never know when that kind of thing will happen.



I only have so much space to store the stuff - after a few years and no one wants it then I just toss it. Of course there is always that person in the local group that wants it after I tossed it, but you know what you had your chance.

I pretty much only have space for the spares I need for myself, never mind everyone else.

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I only have so much space to store the stuff - after a few years and no one wants it then I just toss it. Of course there is always that person in the local group that wants it after I tossed it, but you know what you had your chance.



That's my point, if only 10 people hear about it, only 10 people had their chance.
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Depends on the part. Sure a fender is a dime a dozen, but try getting 88 parts like suspension, beechwood interior, seat covers, etc.
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sounds like a deal to me. its all about timing and location. way too much $$$ to ship all that, you need a local buyer.
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