The Pontiac Fiero arrived on the automotive scene 1984 as a breath of fresh air. It was a mid-engined, two-passenger sports car with impressive styling built right here in the U.S. of A. As the years dragged on, the Fiero became the go-to platform for all sorts of kit-car aesthetics ranging from 80′s-era Ferraris to the Lamborghini Murcielago. It’s a pleasant change of pace to find a modified Fiero that’s been treated with respect.
Thanks to Josh Webster, we”re bringing you this eBay listing for a 1987 Pontiac Fiero that’s been upgraded with a new heart and a new style. On the outside, the Fiero roofline has been brought down three inches, and then given a new coat of white paint. Under the skin, the Fiero gets its power from a General Motors 350 crate motor, which is paired with a five-speed manual gearbox. Additionally, the suspension and clutch components were upgraded as well. The owner reports that he planned on swapping in a big brake kit, but the stock units haul in the speed just fine.
This is a modified Fiero done quite well. It’s currently (at the time of publication) sitting with a $9,600 bid on eBay, and the Buy-It-Now is listed at $12,6000. We think the seller should drop the reserve if this Fiero hits $10,000, and be quite happy with that figure. Regardless, here’s a heartfelt Hooniverse slow-clap for successfully producing a modded Pontiac Fiero.
[Source: eBay | Thanks for the tip, Josh!]