2nd Nov 2017, 20:06

Very true my friend. But you have options today. Buy a brand new ZR1 supercharged or ship one up brand new to Calloway with a 20k check attached. Or grab a stock new Z06 or a Grand Sport. The 80s was bleak and I am on your side. What’s the fascination with that decade with over 90 other years of Chevrolet to pick and choose. And really Fiero? Hand me your wallet; I will have your driveway lined with absolutely amazing pieces that will spill out for blocks. There’s no need for an 84, considered one of the least collectible Corvettes ever made. Are we off Vettes yet? I enjoyed them for 3 decades and even I drive other makes today.

2nd Nov 2017, 20:07

Olds diesels had a lot of their issues ironed out by 1983; by then it was too late. It got the axe in 1985. Believe it or not, there are still a few of the better ones around today with high mileage. Check them out on YouTube.

I will hand you some credit on the Fiero and Cimmaron. Not the finest hour for GM in the 80s. We had a few of the better quality cars: Buick LeSabre and Electra, Pontiac Grand Prix, Olds Cutlass Supreme. Some of the best cars we owned.