The term concept car gets thrown around like award winning, biggest steak in Texas, or felony witness tampering. Really, everyone here has been involved in at least one of those things (some with all of them) but just because you bolted some fender flares onto your Fiero doesn’t make it a concept car. Covering it with an insane front and rear sections styled to look like a WS6 Trans Am was eaten by a Batmobile — that makes it a concept car. Find this 1987 Pontiac Fiero V6 Custom offered for $12,000 in Canoga Park, CA via craigslist. Tip from Alex.
When you build a custom car, the first thing you should always do is understand your goals — if you want to keep the weight down, you probably shouldn’t do what was done to this car…just read the seller’s words:
The hand-built body is constructed of very thick fiberglass. This is no
flimsy kit car; it is very solid and well made. There are no stress
cracks visible anywhere. The builders even added a steel subframe to
accommodate the additional width and length of the new body.
It may be all Blade Runner meets Tron on the outside, but inside you are treated to a stock looking Fiero interior, complete with automatic transmission shifter connected to an autobox and a 2.8 liter V6.
See another one-off fiberglass custom offered for cheap? firstname.lastname@example.org