The engine turned very slowly when cranking it to start; also developed a leak in the passenger area (from heater) after only 2 weeks of ownership.
The poor starting was solved with a new battery, with more cranking power.
The heater core was replaced for just $100.00, and I did the labor myself.
This car was a show car. It was lowered by the previous owner who had it in mint condition. The paint is like mirror, the engine compartment is clean and it has all in place. The inside was reworked with wood-like panels, leather steering wheel, remote control door locks and trunk opener. In fact it is fully loaded; I won't ask for anything more, except for the air bags that new cars have. The car is fast and I have more fun than with my previous Pontiac Trans Am.
Aside from the initial problems, the car drives great. It has a less restrictive muffler which sounds much better, like a V8. It really turns peoples' heads and I am always being asked what kind of car is it. Nobody believes it is 20 years old. The ones that know GT Fiero tell me they always wanted one like it, but foud that Pontiac won't make them anymore. Others ask me if I want to sell it, and to call them and they give their phones to keep.
This car has a custom sound system, with large speakers behind the seats. I love everything about this car.
I own a Dodge Charger 5.7 L with 22" wheels and I get more people stopping by at my driveway and comparing them. They say that the GT Fiero is smaller, but has sexy looks and that they would drive it any time.