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Horrible Headliner: 1984 Pontiac Fiero 17K Survivor – $14,500

In 1984, $7,999 might as well have been one million dollars.  At least for me, personally. Why? In 1984 Pontiac introduced their new mid-engine, two-seat Fiero for a base price of $7,999 and I wanted one.

NEW! Award 124: 1977 Ford Granada Ghia 35K Survivor – NOW $19,999

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Gorgeous Goat: 1968 Pontiac GTO Convertible – $49,500 OBO

Of all the GM “A” Body variants for 1968, Pontiacs were the most curvaceous, with clear Coke bottle accents forming the sides of the cars featuring semi-fastback styling. Compared to the first-generation A Body cars, GM downsized the second-generation cars.  First, GM engineers shortened the wheelbase to 112.0 inches on all two-door models for 1968.  They also reduced overall length by nearly six inches, while height dropped half an inch.

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