Pontiac fans know that 1988 was the last and (arguably) the best for the Fiero... and the GT model with the V6 is the ultimate prize. So if you're a Fiero fan, you'll love how well preserved this low-mileage sports car is.
Fiero fans know the GT body style is the one to have. The aerodynamic body kit and flying buttress rear helped emphasize the European inspiration that was at the heart of Pontiac's mid-engine machine. In fact, this one has the look of a well-respected car. It's believed to only have two owners and the mileage has averaged under 2k annually. The paint shows all the right signs of being the factory application. It's smooth to the touch, and it has the kind of radiance that lives up to its Bright Red name. But the real secret to the attraction is the well-coordinated dark side. The blackout rear panel, engine cover, and trim line that encircles the car give this a cool midnight streak. Even the special cross-lace wheels are done in black. Plus, the sleek hidden headlight front end, quad exhaust tips, and full-width rear spoiler are all about the sport style that earns this on its GT designation.
The interior preserves the stock sporty style. The dual bucket seats have leather inserts and plenty of bolstering for a true sports car feeling, and they show the right care for a low-mileage machine. It's loaded with power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, cruise control, a three-speed automatic transmission, and cold-blowing air conditioning (with a new compressor.) The whole car has an impressively clean and correct look of a well-respected survivor, right down to the working dome light. It's such a detailed interior that you even still get the storage bag for the pop-out sunroof. In fact, the only upgrades you may notice are the shifter knob and the AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input and Bluetooth. It reminds you that it's a great driving car that also needs the right driving music.
The 2.8-liter V6 has a like-new appearance, and it's believed to be the full stock factory setup. The fuel-injected motor delivers entertaining performance in the relatively lightweight Fiero. Plus, good maintenance and a recent tune-up have this one feeling like you just pulled away from the Pontiac dealership 34 years ago. And you have an unbeatable setup with a fully-independent suspension, newer Cooper tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes that makes this a nimble mid-engine sports car.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, warranty book, service manuals, stock stereo, and stock shifter knob. This is the kind of preserved classic that you take to Pontiac Nationals and should drive home with some nice awards. It really has that kind of well-respected presence that will even get the attention of the best Pontiac fans. So if you want a classic that's exceptional for its looks and driving experience, call today!