|Originally posted by hyperv6:|
You do have to watch in slick conditions as the Fiero is well known for spinning out. I have done it and I have seen others do it in the rain.
I've done it on a dry road. Ever done a 50mph, 540° spin followed by a 180° j-turn in the opposite direction? It'll definitely make you pucker. Lift throttle oversteer can hurt.
Just glad you drove away and were not hurt.
Anything can be fixed, it just depends on if you can fix it properly and safely. Pull the panels that are still mounted and post up some pics - there's plenty of people here that could tell you what it'd need to be repaired or if it's a better idea to strip and scrap it. If it drove straight, I doubt the damage was that extensive but you never know until you inspect it.