Our Current Cars
Some of our current cars and projects ..
1984 Pontiac Fiero Coupe Drag Car
This little coupe has a 4.3 V6 Vortec engine with minor mods in the back. It's been lightened and has run a best of 12.5 in the 1/4 mile on nothing but engine and street tires. We're figuring with some adjustments, we can get into the 11's naturally aspirated. After that we might looking into a blower which should drop us even further. Not bad for a car that you can still drive to the track and back!
1984 Pontiac Indy Fiero
The previous owner pulled the engine out for some unknown reason (we're presuming a blown head gasket, and then rebuild) but never finished putting it back together. The car sat under a carport for 10 years. When the owner died, the brother was left with the car. We heard about this one when calling about the '87 Coupe. A package deal was made and both were brought back. This one needs a lot of attention to get it back on the road.
1985 Pontiac Fiero SE V6
In 1985, Pontiac released the Fiero with a 140hp 2.8 V6. It was available in the Sport, SE and GT models. There were only 11,833 Sport and SE models sold (combined). Twice as many GTs were sold, which makes this model pretty rare. Equipped with an automatic transmission, A/C and the optional 14" styled wheels, this Fiero has 126,740k miles. This Kentucky car has a clean chassis with zero trunk rot and other than a light tap to the rear bumper cover, it doesn't look like it has sustained any major damage in it's life. Dash corners are perfect and all plastic pieces are there - they just need a good cleaning. Currently the car has no title and we are in the process of getting it running.
1986 Pontiac Fiero GT Pro Street
Unapologetic and obnoxious, the GT sports a Chevy small block 383 stroker, TH350 transmission, Ford 8" rear end with mild tub work sitting in a 4 link suspension - all held together via tube chassis and late night sweat.
1987 Pontiac Fiero Coupe
Left to die in the outskirts of Atlanta, this coupe was pulled out of its resting place and brought back to sacrifice itself for the good of all other Fieros. With a clean title and rust free chassis, it will eventually go to a good home.
1988 Pontiac Fiero GT
This black '88 GT had 43k original miles when it was "rescued". It was in the process of being turned into a road racer. The interior was stripped out and the side glass removed. We'll be taking it and putting it back on the road where it belongs, but as a daily driver.
1988 Pontiac Fiero Formula 4.9
Parked and left abandoned for 7 years, this Formula was brought back to life after a 2 year restoration (can't say the say for the dead cat that was in the engine compartment though). Powered by a Cadillac 4.9 V8, it's a quick car that still gets 28MPG highway while looking good.
1988 Pontiac Fiero Coupe
While on vacation in Michigan, I put out a call for body panels. A gentleman in Lansing answered and said he had some, as well as a few cars for sale. This one caught my eye and came back with me.