** second trip to the yard added to this post **
I noticed that my local Pink n Pull had a 87 Fiero on the lot, only been out for a day. I figured that most folks will be working and picking this weekend so I took a trip up to check it out. Turns out it was an 87 GT. I was hoping for a base coupe because I'm looking for a clean set of coupe door skins, anyway I walk up and the first thing I do is check out the GT tail lights. They were PERFECT. no cracks and only a small amount of delam (and I'm not even going to tell you how much I paid) :-) So I pulled them, and then started to walk around the poor thing. I say that because she was loved and well cared for. Very clean interior, and only 117K miles on her. Until she got hit.
Did Pontiac offer a leather-vinyl and cloth option for seats in 87? I really liked the seats but the driver side did have the usual wear on the bolster (and being hit on the side made opening the door impossible). I don't think the seats were Mr. Mikes, because I don't recall him doing them in leather/vinyl and cloth
Any way I pulled the GT wheel and the tail lights. Also got a few switch's and trim and the door cards. Getting the drivers side off without being able to open the door was a pain. I knew I could do it because i've done it before on my LS3 car. The door latch broke and I had to take off the door panel without opening the door. This one was a lot more difficult because the door was pushed against the seat. A lot of push-pulling finally got it free.
I also scored a Saturn Ion Red Line spoiler off a 2005. Some ass-hat took the supercharger off the motor but left the rest. Car has a 2.0 Ecotec w/ F23 5 speed and he only take off the supercharger. I'd love to pull that motor and rebuild it. But I just don't have the time.
Put the spoiler on the back of my GT. Not bad, I bet it would look great on a coupe.
[This message has been edited by qwikgta (edited 12-16-2016).]