would not be surprised if the asking price was north of 9k. Being a dealership and all, of coarse.
I value this 87GT at $3,000-$3,500. It makes for good advertising but 41K miles doesn't mean much All of the rubber suspension parts, rubber foam in the seats, weather stripping and engine seals are 27 years old. Its not a valuable car.
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Dennis is right. I def wouldnt pay more for it than that, even if it had 400 miles on it. Seller always thinks they have a gold mine. There was a local nice original 88 GT 5 spd with similar miles for sale here for over $10K when we asked about it. We just laughed and left. It was still there a few years later falling apart in the grass.
Here in MI, $3-4K would be an excellent price. I am guessing it will be a lot higher. Fieros in good shape are hard to find. Here in the rust belt... if they weren't garaged in the winter, they are toast underneath. Same story for any car, not just the Fiero.
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