Just curious why you guys would question an Indy for sale. Are people making Indy clones???
I've probably been out of the buying and selling of Fieros for a while (I've had 9, heh). I still have my first Fiero (will probably have that forever).
I used to see Indys driving around now and then. There was one lady here that was local that had one that was totally ratted out. I've seen a couple of them in the junkyard. I know they made ~2,000 of them... but that doesn't make it the rarest Fiero though.
Have the prices of these suckers gone up?
There's a guy around here who owns a towing company and owns pretty much one of almost every Indy pace car vehicle... his Fiero Indy is immaculate.
From all indications, it is an Indy Pace Car. Checking the RPO will solve this, but it looks like an Indy, minus the door panel graphics. Not everyone wants to have vinyl graphics on the side of their car. I think the Indys look nice without the lettering on the side.
Posts: 2590 From: Green Isle, MN Registered: Dec 2000
Also noticed that it has no power windows..the third on I know of that didn't get power windows
1999 GMC Jimmy 2dr 4x4..V8 swap someday. 1997 Grand Prix GTP 161k miles and going strong. 1987 Fiero Coupe 5spd For sale 1987 Fiero Coupe 5spd,Steel Wheels 1986 Fiero Base Coupe 5spd..Steel Wheels Baby! 1985 Fiero GT 3800 N/A ...3800 S/C being rebuilt now. 1984 Fiero Indy #1098 w/ Centerline Wheels,Hooker Tri-y header and Indy Scoop with Strobe's
The real question is why a duke with 31,795 miles on it needs a $3,000 rebuild?
I once sold a new Toyota Landcruiser the guy that bought it started to drive it around Australia except he never had the 1000km service nor the 10,000 service he had about 15000km on a ceased engine some people have no mechanical reasoning what so ever.
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