For those that don't know me, my name is Greg McNeely. Our group currently consists of 50-60 people. Many of which love to lend a hand if time permits individual busy lives. Jerry has a Fiero hobby shop in Brownsburg, IN and does great work. His # is 317-590-5466. He's struggling to keep things afloat, so if you need work done... Please attemp to toss your business his way, and if not... Donations are graciously accepted. CIFO is a free group, and you can find us under "Central Indiana Fiero Owners" on Facebook. No friend request is denied, but inappropriate posts/people are removed.
The troubles I have gone through made this a dismal year for events/cruises/meets, etc. If you would like to volunteer to host weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly events... Everyone is welcome. I've been buying and trying to restore projects in my spare time, and will be taking some to Jerry's hobby shop.
PM your e-mail and add as a friend on Facebook if you are interested in great events planned for Fall and 2013 (if the Mayan's are wrong).
Hell, I live in Ohio and wouldn't mind the drive so much to Indiana. It seems our neck of the woods/region is the dead zone. I'm even considering driving out to eastern PA to meet up with those good people. But 6 hours! uggg!
It would be great to have an active club in the area. I live in southern Indiana, near Bloomfield. I have 3 Fieros. One in the middle of a swap (silver 87GT with engine and cradle out), one with the 3800SC swap done, but rest of it is in poor condition, that I want to transfer to my 87 GT, and an 85 SE. I'm low on time, and would love to have help getting the swap complete.
Hello to my fellow Indiana residents. I’m located just north of Indy. I have two Fieros that get out occasionally. One is an 87 Fiero GT that I bought new in 87! This one is completely stock and all original except for what has needed to be replaced. The other is an 86 Fiero SE with a 383 V8. This one needs more attention to keep running and is not running right now. Hopefully when I get the new slave cylinder on it and the clutch re-bled, it will be on the road again. The trouble is I want them to both be reliable daily drivers like any newer vehicle. I am constantly reminded that they are older cars that need regular attention.
Greg's response on FB: "I am getting my car shipped back here in a couple weeks. It has been down for the past 5 years or so. The group page was actually a profile, and a couple weeks ago I logged into the wrong account. It asked to update my name, and I couldn’t change it back. I will plan on a get-together early November. We definitely need to get a schedule and/or routine for 2020."
I just PM'd Greg on FB. I don't see the page/group for the club either.
I'm up for a get-together. It's been far too long since we did anything and I'd like to make something happen before the end of the month. How does either the 19th or 26th sound?
I'm in New Castle, just east of Indy. The 19th, I have to work, but the following weekend sounds good for me if something happens. Bought my 1st Fiero last december and have been slowly fixing issue to make it a dependable commuter.. Its not the prettiest or fastest, but it is all mine and fun.