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After you are done with the Fiero.. what is your next fun car ? by vortecfiero
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Report this Post05-30-2010 01:22 PM Click Here to See the Profile for vortecfieroClick Here to visit vortecfiero's HomePageClick Here to Email vortecfieroSend a Private Message to vortecfieroDirect Link to This Post
Ive driven a lot of affordable fun cars...
the ones that stand out are
corvette C5
Miata
Audi s4
and right now im in love with a black Infinity G35S

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Pontiac G8
Pontiac GTO


my choices are based on balanced car
a balance of handling, brakes and usable power
and also function as a daily driver while also good looking.
I already have 2 cars that are 4 door
a corolla for the kids and an Altima se 3.5 (love this car)


ive done a lot of hot laps with all of the above and may add more later lol

please feel free to offer your choices and perhaps why

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Report this Post05-30-2010 01:29 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 87antuzziClick Here to Email 87antuzziSend a Private Message to 87antuzziDirect Link to This Post
done???? fiero???? your funny
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Report this Post05-30-2010 01:34 PM Click Here to See the Profile for batousai666Send a Private Message to batousai666Direct Link to This Post
my next toy will be a Louts Turbo Esprit...
why??
1-affordable
2-should be fun and fast
3-i love the old school 80's imports...Ferrari (i have a Mera), Lambo Countach/Diablo, Lancia Stratos...ect...
newer SuperCars are nice but the super premium (inflation) they charge now is way out of my reach. a good lower mile Louts can be had for around $15,000 easy.

see i have this Mera


and I am at odds if I should i make it as fast as its Mentor?? my body says "HELL YES" but my brain says keep it stock for prosterity...it is a part of Pontiac history and with the Demise....6/01/2010....REST IN PEACE....i feel i should keep the faith.

So enter the Lotus. i was looking at Ferrari 308's and Lotus' Esprits when i found this Mera. so it is actually where i was a year ago.
cool now all i need is a job. come on "construction rebound"
later
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Report this Post05-30-2010 01:34 PM Click Here to See the Profile for AkursedXClick Here to Email AkursedXSend a Private Message to AkursedXDirect Link to This Post
I've been debating being 'done' with my Fiero over the past few months. I even have a for sale ad on RFT. Should I actually move on from her, I would probably replace her with:

-FC RX7 LS1 swap project
-nothing and put some money into my GTI
-Sell my GTI and buy either an STI, FJ Cruiser, or VW R32 with the extra cash

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Originally posted by 87antuzzi:

done???? fiero???? your funny





24 years of owning them and I'm not done. Probably won't be for another 24 years. Already have a 1995 Corvette and numerous other toys, but I don't see the Fieros going anywhere.
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Report this Post05-30-2010 01:58 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ss85fieroClick Here to Email ss85fieroSend a Private Message to ss85fieroDirect Link to This Post
Well, i wouldn't say its a car, but i already have my next project. It is a 1978 Honda cb750 motorcycle, but i have plans sometime in the future of getting a Pontiac Solstice.

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Report this Post05-30-2010 02:10 PM Click Here to See the Profile for batousai666Send a Private Message to batousai666Direct Link to This Post
so this thread got me looking at Lotus and Ferrari's again when i found the car i almost bought a year ago before i got me Mera.
its still there!!! for the same price




HOT DOGG!!! i feel a low ball offer is a comming. called the boss and he said there should be something this summer for me, work wise..ohhh happy days. thanks for this thread. it was the kick i needed to get the ball rolling
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Report this Post05-30-2010 02:11 PM Click Here to See the Profile for vinnyClick Here to Email vinnySend a Private Message to vinnyDirect Link to This Post
I have a 1980 Trans am that I need to get to work on. I want modern LS power and maybe a mini-tub. I have also had my eye on a 928s that is sitting behind a auto repair shop. Converting it to a LS2/3 would bring it up to par with todays sportscars.


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after I sell my curent Fiero I will just build another one even better than the last.
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Report this Post05-30-2010 02:42 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Tony KaniaSend a Private Message to Tony KaniaDirect Link to This Post
I am wanting to build a Lotus Super 7, or something like the Cathrem. I would love to build this for Amy. She is a great driver, and digs convertables. I know that if you do your own work, a near $10,000 price is attainable. Not looking for the real deal, but a kit that can be rung out is what I think of. Ah, the future....






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Turning this......


into this......but with some of my own visual modifications as well as a 3XXX motor w/turbo and 5spd. Would love to build a full frame with a supercharged LS1.

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Report this Post05-30-2010 05:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for R RunnerClick Here to visit R Runner's HomePageClick Here to Email R RunnerSend a Private Message to R RunnerDirect Link to This Post
I will never be done with mine. That's the fun!
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Report this Post05-30-2010 05:28 PM Click Here to See the Profile for pontiackid86Click Here to Email pontiackid86Send a Private Message to pontiackid86Direct Link to This Post
Well i bought another fiero.. than came my wrangler TJ
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Report this Post05-30-2010 05:50 PM Click Here to See the Profile for topher_timeClick Here to Email topher_timeSend a Private Message to topher_timeDirect Link to This Post
Early Dodge Viper or a Jalpa needing some work... Fiero is getting tired and worn out from all the abuse, probably get replaced before the end of the summer
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Report this Post05-30-2010 06:26 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Vernon8360Send a Private Message to Vernon8360Direct Link to This Post
There is no fun after Fiero !

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Report this Post05-30-2010 06:48 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fiero84FreakClick Here to Email Fiero84FreakSend a Private Message to Fiero84FreakDirect Link to This Post
It's why you buy two - when you need to have a next "fun toy," you get rid of one and you're still in the game.
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Report this Post05-30-2010 07:01 PM Click Here to See the Profile for fierofrenzyClick Here to Email fierofrenzySend a Private Message to fierofrenzyDirect Link to This Post
WHAT !!!!! This site is for DIE HARD FIERO ENTHUISTS, and owners...We are not, and never will be "done" with our Fiero's. Their part of US ! So, with all due respect to you, if you're done with your Fiero, be done with this site. But I bet you'll be sorry you did both in the future.
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I have a modifed Audi A4, and a Corvette...

and I still enjoy the fiero.. I'd probally work on another fiero.
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well when winter comes around I'm usually looking into fun for my Audi S4 but now that it's summer again, the Fiero is just begging for upgrades. I'm getting pretty close to my suspension rebuild and potential motor swap. The Audi got new turbos right before last winter and the CEL fixed and because I treat my babies equal, time to spend a few grand on the Fiero
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Report this Post05-30-2010 07:46 PM Click Here to See the Profile for BlueiiiClick Here to Email BlueiiiSend a Private Message to BlueiiiDirect Link to This Post
Easy. . .

Either:

WRX, S2000 or Mustang GT.

Why?

I want a balanced car (power to handling) and the WRX seems to be at the top of my list. S2000 in next because of the drop top and handling, then mustang, because parts will be available in 20 years. (Fiero parts, probably not so much.)
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Report this Post05-30-2010 07:52 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Gokart MozartClick Here to visit Gokart Mozart's HomePageSend a Private Message to Gokart MozartDirect Link to This Post
Haven't really started with my Fiero but my next fun vehicle will probably be a 2010 1700 Thunderbird.
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Report this Post05-30-2010 08:37 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroReinkeClick Here to Email FieroReinkeSend a Private Message to FieroReinkeDirect Link to This Post
I am also going to be building a lotus 7 replica. I am going to use the v6 that came out of my fiero when I did the engine swap and use fiero front spindles so at least it will have fiero parts in it for me to continue with the fiero spirit.

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Other cars?

No other cars.........Just Fiero's.

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dodge intrepid is my next car.
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Done with the Fiero?

My Formula's engine went belly up this spring.

I researched and looked at a lot of different cars. Thought I might like a Corvette, but any in decent shape had owners looking to get thousands over book.

Ended up with a new T-top Formula.

Done? I am just getting started! (I satisfy my need for other performance/fun cars with my daily driver. Had a Subaru WRX which was terrific, now have a Volvo C30 turbo.)

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Either another Fiero or... Maybe a VW Golf again? Might go back to the 70's and get a Datsun 620 bullet side... I dunno, that's a bit off into the future.

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S2000 !
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Well with 3 Fiero's in the stable, a 70 Monte in the middle of rehab and a 47 Chevy Truck project waiting in line, I do not think I will ever be done - especially with Fieros. I have a few more "builds" I want to tackle. Add in the fact that I am constantly "looking" for the next project. You never know what it will be.

My 88 Formula - all stock now but when the 2.8 goes to sleep, it will get a 3800SC swap!


My 16 year olds 88 Coupe with the XTC body - we just finished a 4.9 swap and the next major project is body and paint then a complete interior rehab:


My 86 Coupe with a 350 Chevy - I did not do the install but the plan is a complete rehab - interior is now finished but I have to make it faster than it already is!


My 70 Monte just before I tore it to a thousand pieces:


Working the 47 along side the Monte:


I'm not sure I would call it "fun" right now!

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I've had my fiero since 1998 and still can't bear to part with it. My daily driver is a Mercedes C class and I love the car...extremely well built and very comfortable but it doesn't have the characther and simply isn't as fun to drive as my fiero. I would never want a fiero as a daily driver but as a fun/weekend car it's great and after having it for so long I simply can't bear to part with it. If I got tired of it, I'd rather just park it in the garage and put a car cover over it until I felt the need to play with it again. So far, I've never gotten fed up with it and still enjoy it as much as I ever did.
I'm not saying that I wouldn't want other cars, in fact I am currently building a 1982 BMW 320i with a turbo charged 1.8L engine from a 1995 318is, full front subframe, hubs, brakes, steering rack from the 1995 318is and the complete rear subframe of a 318ti with a Z3 M LSD - can't wait to have this one done!
Hopefully by the time I'm finished my BMW, putting a turbo/supercharged Ecotec in a fiero will be as easy as doing a 3800SC...that would be a dream come true!

Another positive of sticking with an older car - cheap collector car insurance!
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I will always keep the Fiero but I just have not had much interst in it for a couple years.

I did some work to it this spring and just started it this week after putting the repainted quarter panel back on.

My time has been inversted the last two year has been my HHR SS. It is much faster and more fun to drive. But 300 HP will do that. I need this engine in the Fiero.



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It does freak me out when I get into the Fiero out of the HHR as the post on the HHR are thick and the Fiero has such thin A pillars. I feel exposed.

I hope to get back into the Fiero a little more this summer once we get past the big Soap Box Derby race coming up. I have more work into that car than anything.



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In no particular order...here is some of what I did after I got out of Fiero's:





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Finish the Bronco..



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Originally posted by Blueiii:

Easy. . . Mustang GT.

-1 (Ford)
+1 (Honesty)

If my next big project were a car, it'd have to be one of the following:

1. MG Midget or Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite with LS engine, roll cage, 4 wheel independent, etc.
2. Halo Warthog
3. Concept car I designed in 2006 built Factory Five style

If my next big project were not a car, it'd have to be:

1. 2 person coaxial helicopter with a high power to weight ratio (can you say "deathwish?")
2. One of those hydraulic robots like in Matrix 3 or Avatar (I'm thinking 10-20 feet tall)

...an engineering background gives me an edge here
...insane budget
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I have been thinking about a Porsche Cayman S. A C5 or newer Corvette would be good too but preferably a C6 with some letters after the name. In the meantime my Fiero is the best car for me. I will probably never sell it even if I got something else.
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If not the Fiero then I'd likely be still pouring money into my '81 TE71 Corolla, or my '88 MX6 GT-R. Beyond that I'd look for something like a '74 Mitsubishi Galant Colt GTO as a project, or something droptop like an MR2 or an MX5.
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There was a lotus in Australia for 10k recently which is a bargain i would say it sold fast I would rather a lotus 7 than an espirit. I think i would like a 911 porsche if i were to replace the fiero.
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A Solstice or a Sky - their story is super similar to the fiero's. And they are gorgeous. If I was going to get one I'd go for the coupe in a heartbeat. Too bad they killed it.

I would probably put the Camaro v6 in it and turbo that.

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I can't afford one, but I'd be happy to replace my Fiero with this



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