1986 Fiero GT 3800SC V6 5-speed transmission. Leather interior, updated dash (Amida dash). Subaru BRZ wheels. Digital displays, touchscreen radio. Push button start. Car was built about 10-12 years ago. I did not do the work but the person who built it did a excellent job. It needs new paint, speedometer and tach do not work and some of the LED’s in the display don’t work but the person who made it can repair it. The car does run and drive but it does need some tuning and electrical work. I put new tires on it when I bought it a couple of years ago. A/C does not work. Air does not come out of the vents but the fan comes on. There may be damage to the ductwork. The car did sit for a few years outside before I bought it. The clutch master cylinder needs to be replaced, the reservoir is cracked. I have the replacement and will get it fixed before it's sold. Any questions I’ll do my best to answer them. Build Thread: https://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum3/HTML/000140.html
------------------ Chuck 86 Fiero GT 3800SC 2000 Grand Prix GTP
Typo needs corrected. Drop the last (0) and move the comma to the left. Or maybe I just need a new eye glass prescription.
------------------ "Kilgore Trout once wrote a short story which was a dialogue between two pieces of yeast. They were discussing the possible purposes of life as they ate sugar and suffocated in their own excrement. Because of their limited intelligence, they never came close to guessing that they were making champagne." - Kurt Vonnegut
"Kilgore Trout once wrote a short story which was a dialogue between two pieces of yeast. They were discussing the possible purposes of life as they ate sugar and suffocated in their own excrement. Because of their limited intelligence, they never came close to guessing that they were making champagne." - Kurt Vonnegut
[This message has been edited by Spoon (edited 03-13-2023).]
I feel bad for Chuck who is selling this because this used to belong to TXOPIE who was a complete hack. His paint jobs were never prepped correctly, he used the wrong paint on the engine, he half-assed the interior and hoped that by sinking 3K into an Amida dash it would look good. Chuck kind of got stuck with a lemon
With what this car needs unfortunate it looks like a 6-7k- car. 10-11k would be a well sorted swap with all gauges working and good descent paint. gauges not working could cost the owner 1k if its an electrical issue that needs to be found, car sitting might need a new fuel system and all new brakes, a/c duct work could easily be addressed but that would be a dash out procedure. a/c not working is usually 1-2k if you need to replace parts. clutch system needing adjusted means that the car might not be drivable that's an issue. There are some good bones but a lot of work of weekends to get it all sorted.
I am gonna be real with you. It isn't quite as funny as the guy on facebook market place in my area asking 14k for a bone stock 84 with mediocre paint. But there isn't a snowman's chance in Phoenix, AZ you are going to get 10-5 for this.
If you are actually looking to sell. Put it around 4k and go from there. Not trying to be a turd. Just being realistic. Its beat to hell, the dash swap and wiring is marginal at best, your value here is in the engine only.