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Old 04-03-2007, 01:56 AM   #1
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So due to the fact that i will have to wait a till fall to take my advanced welding and the potential disruption to the suspension geometry i have decided to abandon my plans of shortening my bonneville to a 2 door in favor of swapping the 3800 into a fiero, i know people have done it before so i would like to find more info on it, does anyone know of any informative fiero sites?
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there is only one. only one that matters anyway.

www.fiero.nl

pennocks fiero forum. a 10,000+ member forum with alot of good people and great information.

i'm on that site as malacite, though i don't post there much anymore. i've had three of the little cars and think they are unbeliveably awesome.
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www.fiero.nl

pennocks fiero forum. a 10,000+ member forum with alot of good people and great information.
im a member here too -- though, i almost never post.
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All I can tell you is if you plan to buy a Fiero, plan to pay PREMIUM prices for Fiero specific replacement parts. The Fieros have many breakable parts, and most cost a ton load of money. 50% +/- of the replacement parts are well over $75-100, and that is just small parts. Brake calipers are not cheap and they fail, coolant tubes and mounting hardware is not cheap, interior parts will make you crap yourself pricewise. And if you get a 88, suspension parts are rare, and when found they are highly expensive. Believe me, this is coming from someone that owned 2 of them, and didn't learn the first time about the highly priced parts. I don't know what your income is, but many fiero owners are well-to-do people ($80K or more a year income, not including spouses income) that have thousands of dollars to throw around to fix these cars. Just a word of warning. Yes they are awesome little cars that handle fairly well, but beware repalcement part prices.
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