price

Asked by Oct 12, 2008 at 10:40 PM about the 1985 Pontiac Fiero GT

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

rough worth

3 Answers

55

Yo man its good to see a fiero fan. these cars are worth anything between 5-10,000 These are definetly not cheap cars

1,055

I have seen ALOT of them for sale recently... Making it a buyer's market... Don't expect to get too high a dollar for one. (That said, your area might be different, there might be none)

45

it all depends if you want a Fiero that is in mint condition then that will set you back a pretty penny but you can easily find them around for maybe 1-3000 if your lucky you can find a good deal.hell I paid $650 for mine and its a beauty

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