614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Pontiac fans know that 1987 was one of the last and best years for the Fiero, and the GT model with the V6 is the ultimate prize. That's why this one has been babied for its surprisingly low mileage life.
Fiero fans know the GT body style is the one to have. The aerodynamic bodykit and flying buttress rear helped emphasize the European inspiration that was at the heart of Pontiac's mid-engine machine. In fact, this one looks like a true winner from every angle with the hidden headlights up front, blacked-out rear, and special crosslace wheels. It all looks fantastic today because the factory Medium Metallic Red paint is still looking great. Plus, the silver lower portion gives this a sophisticated two-tone appearance. With less than 13,200 on the car, you can really tell it has been babied, and it still knows how to give you some of that showroom shine.
Open the door and feel a full time warp back to 1987 in this near-perfect interior. Unlike the mid-engine European cars, the Fiero's design does not sacrifice interior space. This is thanks to a very upright layout that gives you a very airy feeling. But it does still give you the sporty design where all the controls are aligned with spirited driving in mind. The gray cloth seats are exceptionally comfortable, and the ultra-low mileage (averaging 410 miles annually) means hardly any seat time. The same freshness can be said for the other interior elements in coordinating shades of gray such as the center console, carpets, door panels, and dash. This Fiero was built with plenty of comfort features such as power windows, power locks, tilt wheel, cruise control, three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and the original AM/FM/cassette stereo. And while everything has an amazing level of preservation, there is one upgrade that you won't see, but absolutely feel. The air conditioner has been upgraded to ice-cold modern R134a.
The fuel-injected 2.8-liter V6 delivers entertaining performance in the relatively lightweight Fiero. It certainly looks the part of a performance engine with a bright red intake manifold and matching valve covers. In a car this original, it shouldn't surprise you that this is believed to be the original powerplant, and it hasn't been modified from factory specs. The desirable mid-engine layout works with the fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes to deliver a nimble driving experience that lives up to this car's European look and name.
Complete with owner's manual, this is well preserved, right down to the factory decals. It's a superior example of a distinct classic only offered for a few years. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call today!!!
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