|Originally posted by Old Lar:|
Three of the links had no links to the Fieros. Hard to judge from just photos, low mileage can be misleading as a Fiero odometer is easy to rollback. You need to see and drive the cars.
http://paulvargyas.com/Price%20Guide.htm Just a guide to prices.
The 88 Formula looks like a nice car to check out. The first link (the GT) was nice too...just feel that one is priced a bit high.
Edit: Now that the links are fixed...they are all nice looking cars. Check them all out if you can. See if they'll budge on the prices a bit...they're all a little high. Good finds though.
Not sure I agree with the price chart, Old Lar. Those may be the expected prices, but I would say you are lucky to find many that fit that. Location also can greatly affect the price. The chart may be a starting point, but the best bet is to look at a number of Fieros and get a feel for what costs make sense. Lastly, you have to decide what the car is worth to you. You may pay more than a chart tells you to, but if the car is "the one" and you feel the price is fair (even if elevated) then buy it, smile and never worry about the cost. JMHO
[This message has been edited by Neils88 (edited 07-13-2014).]