Give a warm welcome to my new little Miata. I decided to put my Fiero up for sale and purchase a 1990 Miata. I took one out for a test drive and found it was an absolute blast to drive, it doesn't have the torque of my V6, but loves to rev up to the 7200 RPM redline and makes some pretty sweet noises while doing it too I have had some unforgettable memories in my Fiero, but I just felt like I wanted to try driving something different for a while. My Fiero was my first car, and the only car I have only driven, so I figure I should try and drive some other vehicles before I get married and have to buy a minivan!! Anyways, I plan on keeping in touch with you guys and checking out the forum regularly for the newest info. I just wanted to extend a thank you to all of you guys who helped me out with all of my mechanical problems, you guys are a lifesaver. I was very pleased to find out that the Miata drivers are just as die-hard enthusiasts as you guys are, and I found a neat little forum board like we have here for Miata owners, what a relief! So all thats left is finding a buyer for my 87 GT, drop me a line if you are near Saskatchewan and are interested, talk to you guys later.
Posts: 38922 From: Carrollton GA. Out in the... country. Registered: Oct 1999
That's a cool looking Miata. My wife usta have one. If it hadn't been a automatic, we'd probably *still* have it. She bought a Jeep, and was gonna let me have the Miata to play with, but I preferred my Fieros. BTW...
Alright everybody who got a heart only for a Fiero with evidence to prove it, gather around, pick up a bat, monkeywrench, club, and etc... Give the miata a new bodywork... Those who eat, sleep, and sh*t Fiero.. Pick up these rifles and start shootin the TRAITOR, his name is Lofer87GT. OH AND NO MERCY!!!!!!!!!!
I'm not about to stone Loafer - that's a nice looking Miata. But, Loafer, I bet you haven't owned your last Fiero. Sooner or later you'll come across someone selling one for an unbelieveable price and you'll pick it up!
Posts: 2683 From: Onalaska, WI, USA Registered: Dec 1999
LOL, easy on me guys!!! I still plan on getting my silver 88 GT dream car down the road, but right now I just wanted to try something a bit different. As it turns out, I might be able to have my cake and eat it too, my Dad is thinking about buying my 87 GT!
Hey Loafer, if that GT gets out of the family and you have an itchin' to drive a fiero, you will long for the ole days. If it is not necessary to part with your Fiero, don't. Sooner or later you will have SELLER'S REMORSE, if you're not sure that is the opposite of BUYER'S REMORSE - which you might just get with that RICER of yours.
Posts: 16460 From: Schaumburg, IL Registered: Jan 2000
loafer, Nice car but listen to the others. I had an 86 SE bought new in 86, 5 years later I got rid of it. Then about 5 years ago a friend stopped by with his 85 coupe and I missed the Fiero so much that I bought another 86 SE and have been very happy since. If possible keep the GT and slowly restore it to showroom condition. Use the Miata as your daily driver. That way when the urge to cruise comes over you, hop into the Fiero and go! There has never been or ever be a car as unique as the Fiero!
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Posts: 855 From: Las Vegas, NV, 89121 Registered: Aug 99
Was watching Conan O'Brien the other night. The blond receptionist chick from Ally McBeal was on talking about Mazda giving her a Miata. Her qoute was that she found out that the majority of people who drive Miatas are divorced women and gay men. Have fun with your research.
Posts: 15796 From: N. Wilkesboro, NC, USA Registered: Nov 1999
Geez Loafer, just when I'm starting to get used to the familiar names on this board you're gonna up and leave!?!.......(Did I forget to put my deodorant on this morning?....or maybe it's my breath...!?!) Anyhow,it's been fun, see ya around.
BTW one very good looking car! Keep Cruisin' Coconut