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1987 Pontiac Fiero GT w/3.4 ltr engine

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  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Fiero
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: GT
  • Year: 1987
  • Mileage: 124,663
  • VIN: 1G2PG1194HP241130
  • Color: Silver
  • Engine size: 3.4 LTR "60 degree"
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: CD Player, Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Pontiac Fiero 1987 Description

I'm selling my 87 Fiero GT.
It was my "summertime toy" until 2014 when I put it in storage but now I really need the space for another car. If you look closely at the pictures, there isn't a body panel on the car that hasn't been "modified" in one form or another, some of which are "one off" items specially ordered for this car. This was my "hobby car" for 10 years. Even the interior has had a bit of work done, like Caddy Catera power leather seats and lighted power window switches! I haven't tried to start it since 2014 so it will have to be trailered or towed. I parked it because I needed to replace some of the wiring at the alternator but never got around to it (I restore and collect Mercedes-Benz and have more projects than time to do them.) The engine is a 3.4 ltr from a '95 Chevy Camaro that had 68K on the clock in 2010. I MAYBE put another 3000 miles on it but I doubt that much. The AC doesn't work because the compressor isn't belted (I'm not a big fan of AC in sports cars) but the heat works fine. Like I said, I didn't drive it in the Winter anyway but I know it works. The tires have less than 5000 miles on them as well.
Here's what I feel should be done to the car:
Rebuild front end (rubber bushings and the like)
ALL fluids should be flushed and replaced
I'd flush out the gas tank as well..it's been sitting up for 3 years, after all.
It needs a decent paint job....it's a 10-footer right now.....and redo some of the body finishing (some cracks have popped up.)
The engine is a 3.4 with the 2.8 Fiero intake. Therefore, the ECM chip needs to be reprogrammed to adjust to the larger displacement.
There's no battery in the car.
Again, the wiring at the alternator needs to be repaired....a very easy fix.
A full detail wouldn't hurt.
For the FULL price I'll even throw in a few Fiero "collector items" I've gathered through the years, as well as some spare parts I have laying around.
I'm asking $1750 for the car. Please don't waste your time and mine with a "Will you take $500 for it" inquiry. No, I won't.
IF YOU HAVE ZERO FEEDBACK, CONTACT ME FIRST OR YOUR BID WILL BE DELETED. NO EXCEPTIONS. A $500 DEPOSIT MUST BE MADE WITHIN 24 HRS OF AUCTION CLOSE OR YOUR BID WIL BE DELETED. AGAIN, NO EXCEPTIONS. IF YOU HAVE TO ASK YOUR WIFE/HUSBAND/GIRLFRIEND/BOYFRIEND/PARENTS/WHOEVER, DO IT BEFORE YOU BID. You're invited to come inspect the car BEFORE bidding, NOT afterwards. If you want the car shipped, do the "homework" at your end. I will assist in loading it up if possible but will not arrange shipping for you. FINALLY, I WILL STORE THE CAR HERE AFTER THE SALE FOR NO LONGER THAN 2 WEEKS FROM AUCTION CLOSE. THAT'S 14 (FOURTEEN) DAYS FIRM. AFTER THAT, I WILL RELIST THE CAR.
All the hard work's been done and with very little TLC, you will certainly have a fun toy!

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