Saw a red/ maroon gt today at Pima Community College, it was parked near mine and threw me off at first because I thought it was mine! (it was at night) If you're on here let me know, I've been trying to find fiero people in Tucson.
Long-neglected Fiero sitting behind a fence in the back lot of a garage/towing outfit/junkyard place in the Brunswick neighborhood of Gary, Indiana. I first noticed this one several years ago, and first took its picture back around 2009 or 2010. Its still there, but now whatever car was next to it is now gone so it opens up the view a little. I was not sure of the year (odds favor it being an '87) but I could now see a front caliper... Its an '88!
Saw a Green Nochie driving down I-95 South Bound near Eastern Ave unfortunately it was going to other direction so I didn't get a good look, might have have been a Formula because I saw a wing and something on the door.
Here is one. I had to stop by today just to post this here lol. It was for sale for several months a month ago. Now they moved it to the backyard. I know the brother of who is selling it. He wants 1500 for it, it has 200,000 miles but the odometer broke at 150,000.
I saw what I believe was an '87 GT about 5pm today, heading North on Lindbergh just shy of 270. I only see in 8 colors, so it was red. Probably maroon or burgundy. Windows down, with what looked like a big, dark-haired guy driving. I was stuck at a light, heading the other way. The headlight doors didn't appear to be closed all the way, so when I saw the first glimpse, I thought it was a Firebird. As the car moved forward, I had a brief side view through several lanes of traffic. I didn't see much more.
This thread didn't come up in the PFF search. Maybe because I didn't capitalize the T in today.
On a trip back from Texas to my home in North Bay Area California I saw 2 Fieros. One I've seen many times as I travel because it is always there, in Seligman AZ, a fun little town that is a blast from the past. I always stop by when traveling to and from Texas. This time I pulled up with my car and got a pic. Its an 86 coupe painted patriotic.
The next I saw a little over an hour from home in Rio Vista CA, a nice dark orange GT. Maybe someone on here? I was a few cars behind at a stop light so I doubt he saw me and I didn't try to honk or anything because the other cars in front of me. He turned before I could catch up.
I saw what I believe was an '85 GT, just outside Dahlgren, IL. About 3 hours from here. The Fiero was on a trailer at a gas station when I spotted it. I turned around and spoke with the new owner. He doesn't attend any shows, belong to any groups, or do anything online, but picked up this one and a nicer one from someone else. This one was the parts car, and in very poor condition. The other one supposedly ran. The guy knew nothing about the cars, even the years. No pics. Nice guy, but the poor Fiero was in terrible condition.
A beater '87 GT in the far back corner of the junkyard. Like many junkyard cars, it had a lot of mismatched parts - it had headrest speakers, an 85 MPH gauge cluster, non-engraved upper intake plenum... And various colored body panels. Only like 104K miles if the cluster is believable
Jefferson, Georgia. 1985 SE 2m6. Automatic, grey interior, spotless with no buckling. Manual mirrors. Original black paint with the top just beginning to show some some damage. Luggage rack. Aftermarket chrome 5-spokes but the owner still has the immaculate original wheels and the original radio stored away. Only 27,000 miles.
I saw a maroon '87 this afternoon, around 3:50pm on I-270E. I think it got on around McDonnell. OK condition. I tried to take a pic, but my phone didn't cooperate. Illinois plates, with a mustachioed guy driving. Almost looked like Kevin, but not that big, and a different jaw line.
On Sunday, 11/21, I saw not 1, but 2 Fieros. They were heading North on 35W, in the Austin, TX area. The first was a silver GT, and the second was a red notchie. I saw them around 4pm, just before it started raining.