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What was the price you have paid for your Fieros? by FieroAK
Started on: 12-11-2012 07:06 PM
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400.00 for low mile 87 mera in very rough shape.
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$1000 for my 86 GT that never really saw the road.

$1700 for my 87 GT with around 130,000 miles on it, new paint, and a few aftermarket parts. Just needed tie rod ends to be "road worthy" even though I drove it home.

I don't even want to know how much I have put into both of them, especially the 86 seeing as how it really never got driven
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$250 for an '84 Notchie with 169K miles. It wasn't running and had sat in a farmer's field in southern Colorado for 11 years. That area of CO is dry so I have a virtually rust free car. A 3800SC and 4T65e later plus a lot of other upgrades and the total car cost is about $2950. Plus $55 for the speeding ticket I got today= $3005 so far. I still need a paint job which I intend to do.
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$1900 for an 86 Sport that needed a nose job. PO's daughter rear-ended a truck with a dropped hitch. Had too many issues in the electrical to deal with so someone else is enjoying it.

$2100 for my 86 SE. Only thing I need to fix right now is a tranny front seal that's leaking.

Looking for another one for the wife. After driving mine for 2 months, she wants her own I'm so proud! >tear<
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$6500 for a 1987 GT with no rust and 29,500 miles. I drove it home too
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I got my 86 GT for $3000 even down from $3500. I'm the third owner.

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$500 for my first Fiero, 86 GT with 176k miles and in rough shape
$450 for my current Fiero, 86 GT with 67k miles in better shape the the last one.
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$1000 for 86GT with 93k, REALLY good shape. Only major things wrong was some exhaust leaks, valve lash, and some maintenance stuff, it had sat in a garage for a long time before I bought it. Most repairs and restoration parts I got lucky and paid very little by getting lucky at pull yards (e.g. $20 for brand new looking seat covers).


But after I do engine swap and all the other stuff I have planned I will have spent thousands more, so it's a good thing I didn't pay much for the car.

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Way less than Chester was asking for the Rat....I don't want to indulge....but total for the Rat complete with 383 SBC and choptop...targa....several other mods is expected to be under 5000

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and this includes the 2300 in my 86 that is being parted to finish the Rat

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$500 for my 86 SE 50k just didn't start and needed an alt otherwise very good condition

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$7000 for a 14k mile Formula.
$5500 for a fully restored to new condition 87' GT
$3500 for an 87' GT with a 3800SC
$1000 for an 84' SE with 80k


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1984 Sport in May 84 - 11,700 incl tax
1984 sport with 70K miles in Sept 08 - 650
1988 Formula with 65K in '10 - 1350
1987 GT in '11 - 400
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Most ive paid for one was $2500. That was mostly because it already had an Archie conversion kit. It had SBC with rods knocking and a blown tranny. First month I had it, put in a new stroker engine, and new auto in . The engine cost twice as much as the car....lol.
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Way too much for the 88, but worth every penny. 3500 for 85 gt but as someone said, my soul since purchase, though.

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87SE V6 5-speed, air, tilt, cruise, sunroof 150K miles - $500 on eBay. Drove over 300 miles to get it and drove it home! Son totaled it. Pulled the drivetrain and best pieces. Crushed it.
85SE V6 auto, air, tilt, cruise, sunroof 23k (yes 23K) miles, complete car but had not been run in about 10 years, stored in a garage - $250 - This is the rust free project car in my sig.
87Duke 5-speed, air, tilt, 115K miles, running but bad clutch slave, very nice tan interior - $1100 - ended up getting the V6/Getrag from the first 87 then was hit three times in one year. Now a parts car.
88 Formula auto, air, tilt, cruise, sunroof, wasn't running but I figured it was an easy fix. Turned out to be rotten with rust. With transportation and everything I have about $1500 in it. It will join the second 87 in giving up its parts to the 85.
86 GT auto, air, tilt, cruise, sunroof, premium sound w/subwoofer, 61K miles, excellent original condition inside and out! - $4200 - My current daily driver.

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$ 4,900 for 1987 se with 9,000 miles.

$ 2,500 or so for 1988 Formula 52,000 miles.

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$4000 for an 87 gt with a 3.8 SC series 2 in it..... great car Man do i miss it!
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$4500 6 months ago. 87 GT fully optioned, automatic with 89,000 miles. I know I paid to much, but I simply loved the car, and still do. It is in great condition and seems to have been well taken care of. I had to do a few odds and ends to it and replaced tires as old ones were starting to dry rot. It is a keeper for me and it is now my daily driver.

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$450 for my first one. Needed a clutch before it was drivable.
$3600 for my second. Has a 383 V8, unfortunately it hasn't been running for 7 years now. Someone knew I had it though and has offered to buy it as is, something I am considering
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FAST FORWARD TO TODAY....
I'm looking at an '85 GT for $2000.
Not running (says it's some kind of water leak).

Need some input please.
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How did this thread stay out of the archives?

A water leak will not prevent a car from running......so there is something else.
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Just paid 2800 for an 87 gt fully optioned with 110k on the clock in okay condition. Drove it 700 miles home.
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How did this thread stay out of the archives?

A water leak will not prevent a car from running......so there is something else.



I was thinking the same thing.... to both.

$2000 for something I plan on converting (body/interior/engine/suspension)... not so sure. The body is in good shape.

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Just paid 2800 for an 87 gt fully optioned with 110k on the clock in okay condition. Drove it 700 miles home.


It is fully loaded, buuut.... not running for $2000.
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I'm looking at an '85 GT for $2000.
Not running (says it's some kind of water leak).

Need some input please.


Not running? So you can't hear the engine, can't test drive it? Take a zero off the asking price and make an offer. If the guy turns you down, tell him when he gets it running to give you a call.
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Not running? So you can't hear the engine, can't test drive it? Take a zero off the asking price and make an offer. If the guy turns you down, tell him when he gets it running to give you a call.


He said "it runs but has a water leak. It hasn't been started in xx months."
I thought "You're crazy as hell asking that!" I'll get with him in a few weeks/months and see.
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My original, white 86 4cyl 2m4 manual pw/pl, sunroof Ibought it brand new from Jim Causley Pontiac 5/14/86 for $12,796.80

Second, white 88 GT auto, pm/pw/pl sunroof, nice tail lights too My hubby helped me pick it up Valentine's weekend 2015. Had to load onto a trailer as it had a broken trailing arm bracket. Little did I know how much fun it would be to find a replacement cradle, but ended up finding a wonderful person less than an hour from me after a couple of failed out of state attempts. With the cradle swap done and some other minimal maintainance, I got to enjoy driving her all last summer. Paint is decent everywhere except around the sunroof, but I touched that up until I can talk hubby into painting. All that fun for the best $750.00 I've ever spent! Still have other work to do though. I need to put on the replacement coolant tubes I bought and fix fan as its always on, but she runs and I love her,

Hurry up Spring, I wanna drive!

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All that fun for the best $750.00 I've ever spent!....


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1984 SE Purchased in April 1985 when I was senior in high school with 15k miles. $9,800
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Master Pontiac Dealer , California, 1985 Fiero GT off the showroom floor, $12,800 which seemed flaming bargain to me at the time. Perhaps the easiest purchase ever as I picked it out of an LA Times ad, drove over, no BS, whole transaction took a little over an hour. I remember an adjacent lot which must have held over 100 new Fieros. Still am amazed at no bait and switch, gamesmanship etc. I had driven another that day with a cracked plug miss. The dealer said no problem and just opened up the double glass showroom doors to roll out my car. That car is my weekly driver.

Edit. A word on the impression driving the new 85 GT. Throttle response, throttle response, throttle response! Port fuel injection a revelation. I am dating myself...At the time I had a 1967 Lotus Elan with 2 ea 40DCOE sidedraft carbs, the best carburetor available and touted as "fuel injection -like'" so my impression all the more striking. The Fiero was truck-like compared with the little Lotus, but the Lotus kept falling apart and the Fiero lives today. Salud !

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86GT 4 speed 82k miles, pretty good shape. $400

Kid thought he messed up the tranny but the brakes were just locked up...true story!

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'87 SE.....my first Fiero....was being parted out.....well optioned....blue V6 5-speed....excellent body & interior.....nearly rust free.....unfortunately no title...... $400

'85 GT.....sitting for a year due to overheating issue......needed water pump and thermostat cap......now runs fine and drives......suade and sheepskin seats and interior a total basket case.....paid $400 for car....about $600 spent on parts so far.....current project that I may put up for sale.....because of......

'88 GT......114k miles.....abandoned motor swap project.....best original interior I've seen for a normal mileage car.....great body nearly ready for prime/paint...rust free chassis.......good tails and new sails......probably paid too much at $1400 but had to have it.....
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I paid $6200 for blue 87 GT in the Spring of 1991. It had about 80,000 miles on it. I'd always wanted one and it was my college graduation gift to myself.

Comically (stupidly?...I love the car) I paid more than that to have it panel-off painted and converted to a factory-style sunroof last spring.

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That car is so gorgeous
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Paid $1700 in 1999 for a base coupe/auto and 65K.............. perfect driver. After several upgrades, today it is my pride and joy Finale!!!!!!!
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My apologies, reposted somehow.

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My 86 GT was $16,734 brnd new off the showroom floor. Still have it. My wife says she is going to bury me in it. But it is willed to my grand-daughter.
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My 86 GT was $16,734 brnd new off the showroom floor. Still have it. My wife says she is going to bury me in it. But it is willed to my grand-daughter.


It's an option to get buried in your Fiero? I'm not sure the graveyard places would like that. They'd probably charge for 8-12 plots.
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It's an option to get buried in your Fiero?


Yes it was, but OEM only. Check your VIN

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