I am glad to see the Fiero continues to thrive, in part because of you people. Good For You!
My first Fiero was a red 4-speed 86GT with 50K bought in January 1992.
I retired from the Fiero when I sold my automatic 88GT with around 30K in 2004
I reconditioned and then resold some Fiero-GTs in between, then C5 Corvettes, then some Solstice GXPs.
The V6 Fiero exhaust manifolds along with a slew full of other things kept me busy making them right for resale. Parts were easy to secure back then. But those manifolds, the dreaded manifolds, dealing with cracks and broken bolts & studs. I always ported them after weld/reinforcing the lobe feet to get that little extra HP from the 2.8L-V6. Removing broken bolts from the heads was the worst of all projects, but somehow each was successful without the need for a heli-coil.
About 14 months ago, I settled down into a non-turbo Sky (the Solstice sibling) which required a mild restoration of which I am mostly finished with. As you all can attest, you are never really done working with a sports car when it's your own. There is always something needed to make it a little bit better.CLICK HERE
if you'd care to see my Sky today.
Anyways, I just wanted to say "Hi" and keep the Fiero "Alive and Well".
Ron Dittmer - 2007 Saturn Sky.....I know, I know, I am supposed to own a Fiero
[This message has been edited by RonD (edited 01-13-2021).]