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1988 Pontiac Fiero GT V8



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1988 Pontiac

Fiero GT V8



Engine Size
327 CI
5 Speed Manual
101,526 (Unknown)
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This is the Pontiac Fiero GT you know General Motors could have (and should have) built. Not only does this one have a powerful 327 ci V8, but also a custom interior and exterior. So now you can have a very unique build that fits into any budget.

There aren't many better colors on a mid-engine sports car than bright red, and the Fiero GT wears it quite well. In fact, Fieros have often been harvested to create replicas of exotic Italian cars, so it's nice to see one transformed into an exotic American. Because this Fiero GT is special, it has some standout features like the new front end with a more intricate design. It also looks more modern with the flip up headlights switched to narrow units behind flush-mounted glass (even the Lamborghini Diablo did that later in its life!) The ground effects, bold rear wing, and dual exhaust have a great custom look, but they were all actually direct from the factory. It's capped off with a nice set of Ruff Racing five-star wheels.

Unlike the mid-engine European cars, the Fiero's design does not sacrifice interior space. This is thanks to a very upright design that gives you a very airy feeling. The tan leather seats are exceptionally comfortable because they are buckets borrowed from a C4 Corvette. It has the same tone of other tan interior elements such as the center console, carpets, door panels, and dash. This Fiero was built with plenty of comfort features such as air conditioning, power windows, and an aftermarket AM/FM/CD stereo system. The driver gets a wood and leather three spoke steering wheel, and beyond that is a gauge package that includes a new Bosch tachometer with a redline that reflects the new motor.

Many believed the Fiero could have handled a much larger powerplant than what went in at the factory. But what GM didn't accomplish, a few independent spirits did. So this Fiero GT is quite special with a 327 cubic-inch V8 motor in the original rear engine bay. This was rebuilt less than 5,000 miles ago, and is reported to produce around 350 hp. But more than just powerful, this small block is reliable with a new water pump and alternator installed in the last few months. The added power is mated to a five-speed manual transmission. So now this is a well-balanced mid-engine machine with plenty of power on tap, that also has a fully independent suspension, the Fiero's legendary lively steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and low-profile Falken Ziex tires.

This is an interesting build that showcases the potential we all knew the Fiero had. Best of all this custom build easily fits into a budget. This fun to drive, rare Pontiac wont last long, call now!!

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  • Defrost
  • AM/FM Radio
  • CD Player
  • Air Conditioning
  • Heat
  • Leather Seats
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Windows
  • Seatbelts
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