I just happen to own a 1986 late run Fiero GT that I have been driving for 10-years, and still loving it. It had all the up-grades for '87, but I installed polyethylene bushings through out, custom sway-bars and 1-1/2" Eibach lowering springs. I ran the stock 2.8 until I got tired of the gutless power, and did a 3.4 ltr swap, which made it able to keep up with other cars on the road. After four years of that, I upgraded to a 2003 Bonneville L67 3800sc swap. Now I own and drive what I call my quasi super car, because now with 280hp, super torque engine in a 2800# car, it will now pretty much out perform any car on the road. I’ve owned and built many muscle cars and hot rods, and driven most everything down through the years, and my Fiero is the only one that seems to become an extension of myself when I’m in it. It’s roomy, comfortable, and just simply limitless fun to drive. Just going to the grocery store is a blast. I get attention wherever I go, and endless compliments. If GM would have let Hulki Aldikacti, build it like it was designed, it very well might still be in production today. I have only a little over $5k invested in my Fiero and have a show winning quasi super car, that beats most of the super expensive sports cars of the day.