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Fieros by state by tshark
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My guess is southern US where they dont rust has the most?

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I've got my one, sold my first, seen a lime green notchy that never moves in a driveway, and have seen two or three others in the last few years. There's usually at least a half a dozen on CL, also.

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Hi, Tuna Helper I have two more in my driveway about 30 miles north of you. Plus I see two more from time to time

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Northeast Mississippi. I have only seen two (not counting mine) that are being driven.
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We definitely have our fair share here in TX!
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HA!!
I got 5-6 Fiero's within a mile of my 3 here. so I say I got 8-9 including mine
granted one is a parts car with no trans and the engine is not installed just planted on the cradle.
so add them to the pile in Michigan


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I think you will find that Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois are the states with more Fierro's running and non running.

These are the states that had the most sales and they are also the states that have had the largest Fiero only show turn outs. FOCOA tried to go elsewhere years ago but they always came back to the mid west as they could draw up and over 300 cars at their events.

Even today in my area a Fiero is a very common sights while most are not all that pretty anymore as high mileage daily drivers they are not uncommon sights.

This is why I laugh when I see someone saying how excited they are to see another Fiero or are asking who it was as we have never gotten to that point of not seeing them.

Now on the other hand MR2's are a very rare sight here as most have rotted away.
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I have not seen a Fiero on the road in my area in over 6 months. I know there are several but not sure if any are road worthy?

I have one that I drive every now and again when the weather is nice. The other is a parts car. Not much of it left! all useable parts have been removed and in storage.

I'm thinking Texas has a pretty good population.
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I live in southern Illinois and I have only seen two in five years. Not counting fiero shows and get togethers

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I've owned 3 different Fiero's in northern Illinois, only 1 is still road worthy. There is a private "yard" with at least 3-4 Fieros just north of Carbondale in southern Ilinois. Definitely quite a few in IL considering NIFE and all.

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We definitely have our fair share here in TX!


They must all be on the north end... other than my driveway I rarely see Fieros in Houston.

Even though the South has more favorable climate, the mid-west seems to be ground zero for where the most Fieros were sold. I understand it's still common in the mid-west to see Fieros on the road. It's been a year or two since I've seen a Fiero on the road in Houston.
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Oddly, I've seen more in Oregon on the road in just a few months, than SoCal (mine not included) more than a year. 3 vs 2.
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I think you will find that Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois are the states with more Fierro's running and non running.

These are the states that had the most sales and they are also the states that have had the largest Fiero only show turn outs. FOCOA tried to go elsewhere years ago but they always came back to the mid west as they could draw up and over 300 cars at their events.

Even today in my area a Fiero is a very common sights while most are not all that pretty anymore as high mileage daily drivers they are not uncommon sights.

This is why I laugh when I see someone saying how excited they are to see another Fiero or are asking who it was as we have never gotten to that point of not seeing them.

Now on the other hand MR2's are a very rare sight here as most have rotted away.


I would agree with this. There are 5 or 6 here in North Ridgeville alone. Including FieroKid87 here on the forum.

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I would agree with this. There are 5 or 6 here in North Ridgeville alone. Including FieroKid87 here on the forum.


Now keep in mind the ones I call a common sight are not collector or enthusiast cars they are daily beaters or people just out driving them. There are many more collector cars around too.

I even saw a old 2M4 yesterday on the road in below zero weather. It was beat to death but it was running.

I also see a decent number for sale too. There has been a nice 86 GT for sale east of Goodyear in Akron for about a year. Not sure how it has not sold as it is in good shape and I was told the price was not cheap but reasonable at one time.

I even see two yellow Formula's in the summer time with T tops. They are claimed to be the most rare. The one thing I rarely see is a blue Fiero. they are one color that even when they were for sale just never was a common sight here. I bet in this area there was only a couple blue ones ever sold.

But keep in mind ground center back in the day on sales was Detroit and it spread out from there. Many people who bought the Fiero were GM employees and the states with the most cars are often the ones with the most GM plants too.

Now if you want to claim non running ones or ones just parked in driveways and garages the number jumps even more.

I guess that is why I nevet had an issue finding them in junk yards here too.
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Other than some event like Dells or Fierorama weekend I see about two a year just randomly driving around. I know of a half-dozen or so others which have been parked and not moved in years.

Fifteen, twenty years ago, yeah, they were everywhere.
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Now keep in mind the ones I call a common sight are not collector or enthusiast cars they are daily beaters or people just out driving them. There are many more collector cars around too.

I even saw a old 2M4 yesterday on the road in below zero weather. It was beat to death but it was running.

I also see a decent number for sale too. There has been a nice 86 GT for sale east of Goodyear in Akron for about a year. Not sure how it has not sold as it is in good shape and I was told the price was not cheap but reasonable at one time.

I even see two yellow Formula's in the summer time with T tops. They are claimed to be the most rare. The one thing I rarely see is a blue Fiero. they are one color that even when they were for sale just never was a common sight here. I bet in this area there was only a couple blue ones ever sold.

But keep in mind ground center back in the day on sales was Detroit and it spread out from there. Many people who bought the Fiero were GM employees and the states with the most cars are often the ones with the most GM plants too.

Now if you want to claim non running ones or ones just parked in driveways and garages the number jumps even more.

I guess that is why I nevet had an issue finding them in junk yards here too.


Very true. My Formula was a Fiero plant employee car. He had many Fieros. During the recall days he would buy them on the cheap and do the recall repairs himself.

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" PK's still count, because they will (eventually) be drivable."

Well that made me laugh.
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I think you will find that Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois are the states with more Fierro's running and non running. ..


I think this is right. I have seen the worst and the best out of there. Want one with no rust then I would look at AZ.
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Yes the Midwest the cars are trashed or they are some of the best examples in the world.

You can get cars here in Ohio that are show room new as there as many lurking here with few miles on them and never saw rain.

Mine was in 3 winters but I has it undercoated and washed it daily. I took the under coat off and found the underside clean enough to wax. Today my car is cleaner than the day I bought it.

I laugh as at shows I lose a points for some orange peel in my paint and that is the original paint that is still factory new on half of the car.

You want to know where the cars are look to where the largest clubs are too.
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Always a good dozen up on Craigslist here in Alabama, TFF actually has a stock of a good half dozen cars that will run and have 96% of their pieces intact (since when do you need the rear light bar lenses or the quarter panels) and i'm sure that the ones with weeds growing up through them will run eventually. From what i've seen Ohio has a good many Fieros for sale on less localized sources like carsforsale.com. This being said, California got almost a quarter of '84 production alone so if 10% are still on the road, statistically they should have Fieros totalling around 7,000 by my calculations.
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I think you would be surprised how many are still around. These were not cars that easily got used up. Many were limited use weekend cars and many survive better than your average car like a Cavalier.

The fact is if you can get 300 at a national meet that is a good sign there are a lot of them out there yet. Even shows with cars like the Monte Carlo meet or Chevelle shows can't pull in 100 cars at national meets.

The fact is we have good demand for good Fiero's yet and the prices are not high because there are still a lot of them around. Just because you don't see them don't mean they are not there.
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My guess is southern US where they dont rust has the most?




Nope.. ive found that moving down here they are harder to find... the NE had a lot of them though
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I can account for 20 here in central Oklahoma that are running right now.
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I would agree about the Midwest. I don't see many here, but there were tons in the day. I bought my 85 new on a GM discount as my mom worked at Delco in Kokomo. I lived in Bloomington most of the time I had it and there were quite a few. With Kokomo having a GM plant, you would see more there than in other Indiana towns. I see trashed out notches but not too often. I don't see other GTs ever.
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I Think the fact that you don't see them is a good sign. You don't see mine much either. When I get out and enjoy it it is on the open country roads! People take care of them and keep them in the garage during the winter months. It was tough finding one for sale at the time, though I see more selling now.

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I think I would rather only see nice ones now and then, than see a bunch of crappy ones like I used to. You know they are out there. It all depends on how you look at it I guess.
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I don't know what to think of how many are for sale now, either. I sure had trouble finding one two years ago. ??????
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I did once see a red GT on the way to school one morning at about 6:45 AM. That's the only fastback, besides mine, I've ever seen outside of car shows.
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I keep seeing a black GT and a red GT at the Publix plaza in Silver Springs and I have seen several others being driven here over the past few months. I would guess at least a couple dozen are in the Ocala area.
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Now what is rare is to find a Fiero with no trunk rust on the sides and a interior still in good original shape.

Most I find have holes in the trunk on the sides or they have patches.

Older Corvettes can be the same way with frame damage but good looking tops. I used to work on an old 61 that looked great and had low miles but it was driven in a few winters. The frame was welded up in several places. It was a great car but needed a new frame.
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Personally, I think a better way to gauge how many you have in your area is to look and see how many Fiero's are off the road. Confucius say, "For every Fiero on the road there are three Fiero's off the road. "
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Personally, I think a better way to gauge how many you have in your area is to look and see how many Fiero's are off the road. Confucius say, "For every Fiero on the road there are three Fiero's off the road. "
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Confucius Hmm I don't see how he fits into a Fiero. Big Guy!
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Now what is rare is to find a Fiero with no trunk rust on the sides and a interior still in good original shape.

Most I find have holes in the trunk on the sides or they have patches.

Older Corvettes can be the same way with frame damage but good looking tops. I used to work on an old 61 that looked great and had low miles but it was driven in a few winters. The frame was welded up in several places. It was a great car but needed a new frame.

It must be the salt used on roads there, I've yet to see a rusted out Fiero here, both of my 85's have very little frame rust and no trunk rust. Rust under the battery is a different story though.
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