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Hulki Aldikacti’s Personal Fiero by wesailit57
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Wow, that is interesting. Very clean car as well.
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Man that would make a sweet chop top... LOL
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I find this quite interesting as well. Two things I find particularly so - first, Hulki chose and automatic... hmm. Second, it's got the sunroof sunshade. Don't see too many of those.
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That is really interesting. Wonder what the reserve is.
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Originally posted by BlackThunderGT:

Man that would make a sweet chop top... LOL

too funny but i agree this one is a collectible.
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WOW! This should go in the 88 registry (if we are still doing that).

If I had the money and place to put it I would but to right now. It looks almost exactly like my last Fiero.

I agree this is a "Fiero Museum" level car, along with the pacecar, the prototypes, the IMSAs, maybe the Plazma and GBCT, etc.
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You would think the father of the Fiero would have drove a manual.. lol..
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I hope this goes to a forum member who will preserve it. Drive it of course but preserve it.
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The history and low miles makes this a collector car...

To modify or drive it would ruin the value.
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Current bid at $8,100 and reserve not met? There must be some collectors with very deep pockets out there.In my view this is just another nice Fiero. It is just one of 400,000 Fieros made and I believe the seller wants $25 grand for it.
This Turkish Hulki character; is he really that famous and was his achievement that remarkable? His team just took a Celebrity front end, used available GM engines, transmissons and numerous items from the parts bins, and assembled everything in a new body. Big deal. This type of thing is done every day.
With all the hype you'd think that this guy was Henry Ford.
There is no end to the stupidity of the Amercan car collector. If the bid goes to $20 grand + we will know for sure.

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Originally posted by mattwa:

That is really interesting. Wonder what the reserve is.


It's at $8100.00 reserve not met. But he did say he would take a Mera plus money, so maybe $15,000 to $20,000.00 reserve.
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To modify or drive it would ruin the value.


To most, it's just a low mileage GT and it will likely sell based on that.

Some may be willing to a 'premium' (ie: more money) for the sentimental and historic value they attach to it ...

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I agree! I only see it as a low mileage Fiero and don’t see any value in who previously owned the car.

Does anyone remember the Seinfeld episode when George buys a car previously owned by John Voight but thinks it was owned by Jon Voight the actor…LOL funny!!!
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Personally as I have said before I sincerely HOPE that this car's price goes thru the roof.... Whatever you feel about the car or it's heritage it WAS owned by Hulki and the fellow has lots of doccumented proof of that. If you watch automotive auctions at all you know that sometimes it is just that kind of information and history that takes one nice car and takes it to a highly sought after collectible car. I do not know how many different cars I have seen that were apparently owned by some Movie actor or famous musician that went thru the roof on price SIMPLY due to that fact. This car would be a more modern version of say a Corvette that was owned By Zora Duntov for example... If such a car existed and was a very clean low mileage survivor it would be worth a fortune.... I really do not understand why anyone would feel differently about this car. We just watched a Formula low mileage survivor that was NOT owned by the fiero's creator go for $20k.... again, if we don't love these cars...WHO WILL???peace

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I agree with you Dennis
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I love Fiero’s… hell I am spending more on my Fiero than most people spent on there new car setting in the driveway. I personally don’t feel any connection to any pervious owners of any of my cars.

Of course I always thought that baseball card collecting and pricing is just ridiculous… I will pay you $30,000 for a Babe Ruth baseball card… really it’s a piece of cardboard with a picture on it… LOL

It’s a low mileage Fiero to me, but I understand that some people get emotional over objects. I love cars and drive cars; I’m not starting a museum.

Here’s a thought… someone on PFF start a new thread and collectively buy the Hulki Fiero and put it into a museum. I figure this car is priced at $15,000 - $20,000 - $25,000 so 250 X $100.00 gives ya $25,000 to buy it. Surely there are 250 people who want this car in a museum. I personally am wondering why the family did not donate it to a museum. Talk about not loving the Fiero
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Yes but it includes that sweet jacket!
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It looks like there are two wood screws screwed into the lower left of the radio surround.
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Originally posted by Dennis LaGrua:


This Turkish Hulki character; is he really that famous and was his achievement that remarkable? His team just took a Celebrity front end, used available GM engines, transmissons and numerous items from the parts bins, and assembled everything in a new body. Big deal. This type of thing is done every day.
With all the hype you'd think that this guy was Henry Ford.



He fooled the GM management into letting him build a unique, American made, midengine sports car that is fun to drive, easy to work on, inexpensive, and is still coveted over 25 years later, when they thought he was building another crappy Chevette commuter car.

Quite an accomplishment.
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Has anyone else noticed that it has been repainted or it was special ordered for him?

The ground effect panels are white, not gray and the wheel spokes are black instead of gray.
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Has anyone else noticed that it has been repainted or it was special ordered for him?

The ground effect panels are white, not gray and the wheel spokes are black instead of gray.


They're supposed to be like that. Its an '88.

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Originally posted by Jim_Martin29:

Has anyone else noticed that it has been repainted or it was special ordered for him?

The ground effect panels are white, not gray and the wheel spokes are black instead of gray.


Thats 88 only trim level.............. completely stock.
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Really? I didn't realize the '88 didn't have the two-tone body paint. All the more reason to look for an '88.
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This is the guy who should buy this car:

CEO R.J. Scaringe of the new Rivian (formerly Avera motors)

It should sit in the lobby of the engineering facility, all the talk of the "NEW" things he's doing are just pushing what Hulki did years ago.
At least he doesn't have a GM to answer to. can you IMAGINE what a Fiero could have been. He should have it there as a constant reminder NOT to compromise.
The similarities between the NEW Rivian car and the Fiero are amazing. I think I'll drive over to head quarters and park my Formula in his parking place
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To modify or drive it would ruin the value.


To leave it sit would ruin the car.
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To leave it sit would ruin the car.


A problem car museums face everyday, but surely they take the correct steps, right?

I think the value of this car cannot be understated, especially to this community.

I'm poor at present but if I had the money I would go after this car, even for $25K. I can only hope whoever buys it takes car of it. Stock 88GTs with low mileage are rare enough. Having Hulki's BEST version of his creation that HE personally owned would be great.

I guess I fail to see why the former owner is irrelevant to some posters here.
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You would think the father of the Fiero would have drove a manual.. lol..


I would also think it would have t-top's on it...

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Originally posted by Dennis LaGrua:

.In my view this is just another nice Fiero.



And the Earth is just another crusty iron ball orbiting the sun. Anything can be minimized. This car is worth exactly what someone is willing to pay for it. I suspect that a die hard collector would value it highly.

I'm surprised that Hulki's BFF wouldn't want it?
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Originally posted by Jim_Martin29:

Has anyone else noticed that it has been repainted or it was special ordered for him?

The ground effect panels are white, not gray and the wheel spokes are black instead of gray.


WOW!!!
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Originally posted by wesailit57:

Interesting Fiero on Ebay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...&hash=item20ba83202f


Welcome to the Forum, btw.
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And the Earth is just another crusty iron ball orbiting the sun. Anything can be minimized. This car is worth exactly what someone is willing to pay for it. I suspect that a die hard collector would value it highly.

I'm surprised that Hulki's BFF wouldn't want it?


LOL, Hulki's BFF DOES want it. However, it would be hard to own this car while in jail. Because I would have to rob a bank right now to pay for it. I also do not have the proper storage facility for this car. But if I were to own it, it would see at least a few hundred miles a year, and I would have to have Hulki autograph the map pocket.
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I'm curious to know why he took possession of it in August of 1989, which is a full year after the Fiero was discontinued.
Did Pontiac dealers have that bad amount of excess inventory for well over a year on Fieros?
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Just in case it passed unnoticed, the car is listed in the mall:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/057563.html

Even though it's automatic I would still consider this car if I had the cash. It's of course in beautiful condition, and not everyone can say they sat where Hulki once did.
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Thanks for the welcome !
Had an 84 back in 85, I liked it but the wife tore the tranny out of it.
Got a 88 Formula back in December and it's fun to drive again.
Guess I'm an old timer and a newbie all in one

Sure wouldn't mind having that 88 GT of Hulki's, but somebody keeps out bidding me
I sure hope it's one of you guys !!

My guess after watching lots of Barret / Jacksons.......................$ 14,200.
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Well I bid on it. Actually it was at its $200 starting price, and I bid $2000 Sure made for a fast jump in the price though
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See....I knew there was a reason I socked away some clams!!!! Wife has cleared me in hot and I am too close for missles so I am switching to guns!

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IIRC,
This car was on Craigslist in the Ft. Meyers area for $7000 just a couple months ago. Guy was moving and had to sell it.
I guess the new owner just wanted to turn a quick buck.

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if Hulki did own it then he didn't care much about it... hince the low miles.

imho i think the low miles are nice but that whole ad smells of something fishy.
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Originally posted by HI-TECH:

if Hulki did own it then he didn't care much about it... hince the low miles.

imho i think the low miles are nice but that whole ad smells of something fishy.


Like what?

And low mileage doesn't neccessarily mean he didn't care. Maybe it was his 2nd or 3rd car - being a GM exec he probably had a number of company cars. That or he wanted to keep it as nice as possible, already knowing it was the last of its kind.
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