That 4th pic looks like my Fiero's doppelganger except the nature taking over part. Looks like it is ready for a caring home.
Pics like these make me sad. Not sure why "junk yards" do not cover up the cars with at least a rudimentary metal or wood type enclosure. Why let the cars get eaten away when they're in the biz selling the parts for $.
Covering cars in Michigan invites more trouble. You end up with a pile of mold and rust. These 'collections' are getting rare in the Midwest: hard to say how much is still useful, but I hope somebody has the space to save it.
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The owner passed away. His name was Joe Morales and was said to have had about 700 Fieros. I don't know him, but I'd think maybe he was on here? Did anyone know him?
The guys are the shop were pretty cool. They don't want to part the cars out- They want to sell them whole. The bright red one ran when parked (a few years ago) and is $500. The others are all $300 each. I didn't see muck parts left-just the cars. If I had space, I'd buy the bright red GT.. but, no space..
I asked about the 2x4 in the window: The car came with the broken window and cats kept crawling in, so the wood stopped that.
Wished I had the funds to start picking up cars like this and storing them under cover. My dream would be to have enough capital to purchase a big storeage building and start collecting cars and parts. That would be phase one.
If you do something in Arizona, New Mexico or Nevada you wouldn't need a building.
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