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Brand New 79 Actual Mile 1987 Fiero For Sale CHEAP! by ED77KATR
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Last Call! For Sale 1987 Fiero 4 cyl, auto, Odometer reads 000079.9 Actual miles. NO TITLE, sold on "Bill of Sale" Chance to Own a Brand New Fiero Cheap. Build a Ultimate Kit Car? Or tons of NOS new Parts. Or preserve it As-Is .Complete Car, 4cyl Duke frozen from Sitting, Stored indoors.. If its not sold Gonna Part & Scrap it.. First $2900 Firm gets it. Thx Ed ... Email me at .. ed.ruth@aol.com
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Here are some photos from your FB post, glws.



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So,that sounds very good.... what's the catch or the Bad part?
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So,that sounds very good.... what's the catch or the Bad part?


Probably the part where it can never be titled driven.
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So,that sounds very good.... what's the catch or the Bad part?


Getting a title for a title-free vehicle can be very time consuming and potentially quite expensive, depending on where you live. And with a car that's been sitting that long, getting that engine to run will take a lot of work, and potentially be quite expensive. That being said, if you want to swap the engine or (barf) build a kit car out of it, you can't really get a much better candidate. If I were in the market for a major project I'd definitely give this one a look.
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Why does it have "Pace Car" stickers on the door of an 87? Can the owner post some pictures of the underside, trunk, inside, etc?

Also the VIN would be helpful to know any history... I remember a low mileage car floating around here that was donated to a school by GM and could never be titled... Hopefully not the same car...

EDIT: Hope your health is holding. //www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/061497.html

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My 87 GT Poly Suspension Upgrade (all pics) thread
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Isn't it strange that after a bombing, everyone blames the bomber, his upbringing, his environment, his culture, his mental state but … after a shooting, the problem is the gun?

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See you in June, Ed!
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