i was wonderign your opinion on a 87 fiero? what u think ofthem. and would it be worth my time to get a 72 javalin that hasn't run inlike 30 years as the guy says
the fiero is sexy period specially if u do the work right but the javelin is one mean ass car if healthy well worth ur time i think anyway just my opinion
thanks. i'm a owner of a fiero btu i don't drive it as of i don't got a licence and its tour apart to be restored.
Fieros are totally cool as I have owned many in my past, but if anybody knows where I might be able to get another GT Fastback it would be greatly appreciated. Javalins are also very cool cars.
:) they sound nice to :) yep i'm looking at a javalin right no that has not ben ran in so long it has holes in the body
Yeah, sometimes you might get lucky. I recently bought a 83 Olds Cutlass Supreme that sat in a field for two years, but she runs good and there is no frame rot or body rot, so in the spring we will start the restoration. and the car has less than 70,000 original miles,and got it for $600.
danm. i payed nothign for my fiero :)
Go for the javalin but you need to make sure of the year, for it maybe an SST and not a javalin, if you build it or sell it its worth it's weight damn near of that of gold to the right people, and most of the engines were 390 C.I.D.
the 72 is an SST but the 2.5 in the little pontiac has an major following I know people here is hell hole kansas that have collections of the little plastic pontiac, but be warned the 2.5 came with 5 differant heads, each change the compression and power out put. a fun little toy of a car the way I think.
Fiero is a good little car. pull out the stock 3.8 and drop in a super charged 3.8. it is a direct bolt in and can be done in a weekend.
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