How much ia a 1986 Fiero worth...?

Asked by Sep 21, 2013 at 02:21 PM about the 1986 Pontiac Fiero SE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

How much is a 1986 Fiero worth ? 6cy, SE, Automatic, 65g miles, Silver,original owner,It has sat idle for quite some time, is not running.

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28,725

Since it's not running, I'd say $1,500 or so. Do you know what's wrong with it?

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28,725

Another thing I'll add is that you may want to locate a local Pontiac or Pontiac Fiero club, if you can. I owned a '87 Fiero GT that I got rid of a long time ago, but had I still held onto it, it might have fetched more NOW then when I got rid of it. There seems to a cult following of sorts for these cars...find the right buyer and you might make a decent amount of $$$.

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how much is 1986 fiero worth 5 speed 87,000miles running and in good shape

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3,000

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