Headlight motors, easily rebuilt to better than new condition.
Replaced original clutch at 138,000 miles.
Years later, I replaced the transaxle at 166,000 miles.
I also replaced the original, tired V6 with a rebuilt long block at 166,000 miles.
This car was pretty high mileage when I bought it. I drove it another 10 years. It has always been very dependable. Even with the worn out transaxle and engine, I could still drive it just fine.
After owning it for 14 years, I still like it as well as the first day I bought it. Maybe even more. So, I decided to rebuild it to like new condition. I'm a mechanic/machinist so it wasn't a problem for me. In fact, I think a Fiero is one of the easier cars to work on.
I've color sanded and polished the paint until it looks like a black mirror. I've actually had pedestrians stop walking and just stare. I imagine they are trying to figure out what kind of car it is. I even had one guy ask me if it was a new electric car. That's a pretty good testament to the styling of a car that is over 20 years old.
Gas mileage is pretty good, 21 City/30 Highway and easy to find a parking spot.
The A/C and heater work really well, not a lot of cabin space to heat or cool.
The interior feels like you're wrapped in a cocoon, real cozy, but with plenty of leg/head room.
I especially like cruising at night, with the pop-up headlights up, the sun roof (Vista Vent) open, listening to some cool music and the sound of that little V6 behind me. Seriously, it doesn't get much better than that.