|Originally posted by Patrick:|
The best-case scenario would be for your wife to be feeling better by the time you get this Fiero back together... and she decides she wants to drive it again.
is true If the car got an auto trans...
You can legally drive w/ one hand and a spinner but you need to go to driving school etc to get a new restrictive license... restrictions should be AT only and Mechanical Aid.
Stock Fiero is ok to steer at a few MPH but parking can be hard w/o PS. Moving even a little bit will help allot vs turn front wheel while stopped.
Use a base model steering rack may help some. Is 3.5 turns vs GT 3 turns. May give a bit more leverage but not sure.
Not driving now can, likely will, change in the future.
I had basically 3 choices after my stroke... Stay a home, take Parratrasit etc, or drive.
Stay at home gets very old, very fast.
Bus etc has so many problem to list on top of the fact can be expensive.
Both are I drove as soon as possible.
|Originally posted by rogergarrison:|
Just like any Fiero, or any other car, its worth what you can get someone to pay for it. The color may make it a harder sell. Pick a price you want and see if any bites. If not, lower it till you get some interest and you will know what its worth.
Custom items and paint can make it hard to sell. Sadly Even w/o that, you likely lose money to restore the car by selling to most people.
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