Hi there fellas, great forum, my first post here!
I have not owned a Fiero since 1997, it was an 85 GT 4-Speed manual. I loved that car however I was young and it did not last long, yep smashed it....But that was nearly 20 years ago and I still have fond memories of driving that beauty across western Canada, great times indeed, which beings me to here and now. That was basically my las domestic car, since then I have been almost exclusively a BMW enthusiast and have done pretty much anything as far as resto work goes, everything except for major autobody, welding and painting. I have done suspension, electrical, all things mechanical, interior etc...
That all said I want to jump back into a Fiero, my plan is to buy a GT/2M6 with a manual transmission, hold off on an engine swap and do what I can to the stock engine however this is not set in stone. What I want to ask is in your experience what stages should I redo a Fiero in?
For example with a bimmer I would go,
Sound about right to you fellas for a plan of attack? I'm not going to be getting a complete junker, I want to try and find something that is drivable or close to it with low mileage, close to stock as I can find yet needing TLC as to get on the cheap.
[This message has been edited by bobbytomorow (edited 08-31-2015).]