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Two Seater Under $2K: 1984 Pontiac Fiero

'84 Pontiac Fiero

Pontiac had just a 4 year run with the Fiero and of course the last year was the most refined and desirable. This 1984 Pontiac Fiero Sport Coupe is listed here on eBay and parked in Menahga, Minnesota with a reserve not met bid of $960 at the time of writing with a BIN of $1,150. This is said to be a great running and driving car, but being a first year car is the least collectible.

'84 Pontiac Fiero engine

The Fiero is powered by GM’s 2.5 L four-cylinder “Iron Duke”. This compartment could use some cleaning in our opinion. It appears that everything is here though and it doesn’t look modified or tampered with!

'84 Pontiac Fiero seats

There are 100,977 miles on the odometer. The owner says that the headliner is starting to separate. Clearly the seats need to be recovered as well.

84 Pontiac Fiero front

There is some paint damage, but overall the car is presentable. Also, is the trim suppose to be painted?

'84 Pontiac Fiero rear

There are more images with the ad including the under carriage. The owner asks you to call with any questions. We know it’s only an ’84, but this one could be a great buy! At $1,150 for a “good” running 2 seater that could end up being a low-end collector car in another few decades, doesn’t this make sense? Have a fun little driver at a low price point sounds like a good deal to us, how about you?



  1. Matt

    These cars make good Hot Rods with a V8 conversion and body flare kits, but the last year model GT is the best

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    • Chris N

      AGREED! That is where it should have started is with the V6 and 5-speed. Would not have saved Pontiac but imagine what it could have been.

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    • john Barrt

      To a European that GM Pontiac it looks like a Toyota MR2

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  2. grant

    The steering wheel looks like a GMC truck’s

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  3. sir mike

    My sister had one like this…slowest most boring car I ever drove.

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  4. Kincer Dave

    This brings back memories , this was my second car as a teenager, paid $3500 for an 84 in 1988, had 48k on it and I beat the hell out of it til I sold it with 137k for $1500 still running good. Yeah it was slow but girls loved it and little kids thought it was a Ferrari lol, that car took a beating from me, I took great care of it but it was ran hard! The trim should be black by the way but that green looks pretty neat.

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  5. Tundra/BMW Guy

    Off subject, appears to be a detached two/three car garage with a “guest apartment”? From what I can see in the pictures, MAYBE one car in there, the rest appears to be filled with not automotive items?!?!?!?! Really?? I would kill for a detached two or three bay garage with attached “Man Cave”! What a crime!!!!
    As for the Fiero, I’m with the others V6 5spd, with over the counter modifications = one wicked fast, well handling rocket! (of course until it pulls an Itallian Supercar imitation and burns to the ground)

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  6. piper62j

    I went to the GM training school when I was a service manager at a Pontiac dealer and these were just coming out.. We had one to completely disassemble for teaching.. It was a great car then and I believe it still is.. I like them for their style, economy and personal vantage, being a two seater.. I miss Pontiac…

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    • Barry T

      Being a Pontiac fan I wish GM had axed Buick instead of Pontiac.

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  7. Steve

    Burn baby burn…these cars are on FIRE! (Literally, an 84 almost killed my old girlfriend twice. The second time it melted to a clump of metal on the I-95)

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  8. charlie Member

    the V 6 5 speeds were a great car to drive – not practical but a great toy – and even the 4’s if in good shape will go up in value from now on since they were rare to begin with and most have not survived due to rust and the occasional fire.

    My ’68 Chevelle 327 4 barrel burned up too, in ’73, rust had about killed it after only 6 years and 132,000 miles, Was offered $500 on a trade on a ’73 or “sell it yourself and I’ll take $500 off the price”. So I drove it another year and gas line to carb sprung a leak (aluminum tube made from a flat piece of aluminum with a seam, and it split open on a hot engine.) But it was bought to pull a two horse trailer, with heavy duty clutch, radiator, alternator/battery and suspension, it sat high and ran like the wind, and pulled the trailer too.

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  9. Kincer Dave

    The key to keeping these from burning to the ground is make sure valve cover doesn’t leak oil, mine caught fire at night and I caught it before it got out of control, leaky valve cover caused oil to leak onto exhaust manifold.

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