Finally a very well written and thoughtful article about a Formula. The points are factual and only lend admiration to the Fiero in general..... nicely done.
I have always been partial to a Formula, so my view may be a bit biased, but they are nice, and worthy of the attention this article bestows on them in my book. My '88 GT is fine, but I feel a nice clean Formula is in my future!
(yes, I still love the GT, but to each his own hehehehehhh)
I personally feel that all 88s ought to be saved if possible, now.....There aren't that many left, and they did have the real purpose-made Fiero suspension, plus other changes. Even 4 cylinders should be saved. My own fav would be a Formula, but i would not turn my nose up at a GT.....
They missed a few points, but basically a decently (and favorably, for a change) written article. Nice to see people not dissing the price. Gives me some hope that my beneficiaries will be able to sell mine for some decent coin.
I agree a well written piece about a Fiero from Jalopnik. The last review I read talked about Fiero chassis flex and rattling body panels. I figured the guy had never actually driven a Fiero. They constantly go on about a Fiero being a failure for GM but really other than only a 5 year run it was a very good selling car. The failure lay in GM's refusal to make upgrades every year and letting the fire fiasco get way out of hand.