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Looking for current Fiero values by sjmaye
Started on: 03-27-2021 09:54 AM
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Report this Post03-27-2021 09:54 AM Click Here to See the Profile for sjmayeSend a Private Message to sjmayeEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I am considering selling my 2 Fieros. I have no idea what they are selling for. Is there somewhere I can get an accurate valuation?
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eBay and Facebook Marketplace have the most listings so just browse through those to get a feel for comparable prices to what you have.

Prices are all over the place pending condition, engine swap, notchback vs GT, location, etc. Rough parts cars seem to be going $500-1000, nicer cars that need work going for around $2000-3000, 3800 swapped cars look like they go for 4000+ pending mods and condition, really nice cars that need no work are 6k-12k and up, etc. etc. etc.

It just really depends on what you have. Post some pictures and people might be able to get you to a closer ballpark. When you do sell, be sure to list here and on marketplace and on any of the larger buy/sell facebook pages.

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The price of a Pontiac Fiero is based upon condition, model yr and can range anywhere from about $700 Poor to about $19,000 88 GT Concours. Most of the Fieros sold today can be classified as Good with a few hitting Excellent. Haggerty keeps track of Fiero sale values all over the USA. They take into account auction and online sales as well. According to Haggerty the values have dipped over the past few years with only the 88 GT Concours increasing in value. Its still an affordable classic.

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Hey Alibi,

I have 2. I am probably more thinking of selling the 1987 GT, but I would be interested in getting a price range for both.

The 1987 Gt is almost all original. It does have a different radio, Fiero store lowering springs and wheels. Oh, and it was repainted back around 2008. The engine has about 100k on it. I did replace the clutch and pressure plate back when I bought it in 1993. I rarely drive it, but it starts and runs great even after sitting a year. It has been sitting under a car cover or in a garage.




The 1988 GT is a factory yellow CJB T-Top car. This car is pretty much original as well except the engine was pulled, new gaskets and cleaned. The transmission was rebuilt. Stainless brake lines, POR15 underside, 1" Fiero Store lowering springs, wheels, Mr. Mikes leather seats. The engine also has about 100K on it, but it was not rebuilt. It does not run as strong as the 1987, but I can't tell if that is due to it being an automatic transmission.







I have lots more photos of the 1988 because I took a bunch while going through it.


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Find the hightest price then add a few thousand more for these perfect examples.
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Find the hightest price then add a few thousand more for these perfect examples.


LOL. Thx!
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Originally posted by Dennis LaGrua:

The price of a Pontiac Fiero is based upon condition, model yr and can range anywhere from about $700 Poor to about $19,000 88 GT Concours. Most of the Fieros sold today can be classified as Good with a few hitting Excellent. Haggerty keeps track of Fiero sale values all over the USA. They take into account auction and online sales as well. According to Haggerty the values have dipped over the past few years with only the 88 GT Concours increasing in value. Its still an affordable classic.



Hello Dennis,

Thanks for the link to Hagerty. I did not know about them. I guess ultimately the value is what I can sell them for in my area. Either way this helps me get started.
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The Fiero values will always be dominated by these versions in prime condition.

1988 V6 models.

84-87 V6 models

Pace Cars.

Custom cars that have rare parts and are well done. GTU, Mera bodied cars etc.

The used up cars the 4 cylinder cars etc will always be at a disadvantage because they are in less demand and higher supply. If these were Chevelle’s the 88 GT with low miles is the LS6 SS while an 84 base 4 with high miles is the Malibu sedan.

You see it in nearly every model be it a 57 Chevy and even the Corvette. The Vega wheel Corvettes are with so little as few want them.
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Hello Dennis,

Thanks for the link to Hagerty. I did not know about them. I guess ultimately the value is what I can sell them for in my area. Either way this helps me get started.


This is the very latest Haggerty listings on Fieros but this one shows 1985. What is interesting is that the auto cars are worth $1000 less probably due to the three speed box.

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The 1987 is a 5 spd manual and the 1988 is a 3 speed manual. At 60 I don't like all the shifting, but the manual is far more fun.
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Look here: https://bringatrailer.com/a...esults/?search=fiero


Another great site. Thanks, David!
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These values are a little more than I expected. Good news for a change. Thanks!
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Originally posted by Dennis LaGrua:


This is the very latest Haggerty listings on Fieros but this one shows 1985. What is interesting is that the auto cars are worth $1000 less probably due to the three speed box.





Actually sports cars are more valuable for having a stick shift over auto in many cases. 3 speed has nothing to do with it.

Demand for sticks in a sports car is opposite everything else.
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