Long story short. I found our old 1987 Fiero GT after 15 years of it being sold to a junkyard after my grandfather had too many vehicles on the property. I found it locally and in the process of trying to purchase it back
The new owner is very understanding and is willing to sell it back to me. My grandparents purchased it locally brand new at a local Pontiac dealership. The car after all of these years still had the stickers on it My apologies if there is another thread topic conversation about this. It will let me only go back two pages on this site now
I’m going to be needing a set of OEM GT rims soon when I get the car [img]http://images.fieroforum.com/ userimages/SchrumClassicrides/4D3C275D-2E31-4364-9644-83C63D5264B3.jpeg[/img]
[This message has been edited by SchrumClassicrides (edited 01-02-2021).]
If you can purchase that Fiero at a low enough price it should be worth restoring but my experience has shown that spending more to buy a very good condition car is often cheaper in the long run. For instance you buy a Fiero that needs paint. That's $4000-up just for that. Whichever way you decide to go, good luck and welcome to the forum community.
------------------ " THE BLACK PARALYZER" -87GT 3800SC Series III engine, custom ZZP /Frozen Boost Intercooler setup, 3.4" Pulley, Northstar TB, LS1 MAF, 3" Spintech/Hedman Exhaust, P-log Manifold, Autolite 104's, MSD wires, Custom CAI, 4T65eHD w. custom axles, Champion Radiator, S10 Brake Booster, HP Tuners VCM Suite. "THE COLUSSUS" 87GT - ALL OUT 3.4L Turbocharged engine, Garrett Hybrid Turbo, MSD ign., modified TH125H " ON THE LOOSE WITHOUT THE JUICE "
It will let me only go back two pages on this site now.
That's because the default page view is set for the last 30 days. Change that setting (on the right-hand side of the screen) to "Show all topics" and you'll have 21 years worth of posts/threads to browse through.
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[This message has been edited by Patrick (edited 01-03-2021).]
Nice! Good luck - though, as stated, if has been sitting for years, and needs an interior, paint, etc, you can likely get a car that doesn't need all that work for far less money than it will cost to restore. With that said, if there is sentimental value, by all means go for it! Welcome to the forum