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Cory Wolfe

Anyone Have $28k???

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1988 Pontiac Fiero GT - Less than 200 miles - $28,000

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"1988 Fiero GT fastback with only 200 original miles. Did you ever own, or would you have liked to own a brand new 1988 Fiero GT? Here's your second chance... Leather interior still wrapped in factory plastic. All options available including T-TOPS. Three-speed automatic transmission. Spoiler included--never installed at factory. Many extras included from dealership. Climate controlled storage since birth. ONE OF A KIND! BRAND NEW! All original. Replaced battery and heater core with original new parts"

So... who wants to loan me $28k? :P

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:lol:

$28,000?! Gimme a break...

As for loaning money to you BV, if you had a job, people MAY consider pitching in, but since you don't have a job, and only a Millenia to your name...

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It's surprising how much a never registered Fiero will go for. This is one of two on Autotrader. The other has a bit more miles and is a bit a cheaper too. It two has the horrible 3spd auto. But it'd be awesome to own a "new" Fiero. :P

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If I wanted a 2-seater, I could get a 1991 NSX with 60-80k for around that same price. Funny thing is it would probably be in better running condition. :P

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If I wanted a 2-seater, I could get a 1991 NSX with 60-80k for around that same price. Funny thing is it would probably be in better running condition.  :P

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Cool, the one with the good suspension, but that's a high asking price. Also, the fact that it's not a manual kills the deal for me (that and I don't have the money). The interior also sucks hard, but it's from teh 80's so that's little surprise. I saw a Fiero on eBay with a Firebird interior in it, that was cool.

The GT is a sweet car.

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Yeah, but you have to be a dumbass to spend $28,000 on that, especially when ones in good condition go for far, far less. As a similar example, I've seen Buick Reattas - actual collectibles in certain circles - with under 25k miles go for around $10-15,000.

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I'll send you the money if you promise to leave the wing in the box. :AH-HA_wink:

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I know the price is high, but looking through Autotrader, it's not a huge step above the rest. As I said, there's another 88 GT with less than 1k miles for a few grand less. Then the prices steadilly fall from there, no sudden drops. Says something, you know.... :P

And Blu... damnit, I was going to install the spoiler if I got it. :D

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Why don't you spend half as much on a really nice one that some lunatic already shoehorned an LT1 into instead?

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