1k: Mildly Upset Max: 1984 Pontiac Fiero Dune Buggy

If the apocalypse is going to be a place where gas is rationed and parts are limited, it would not be a good idea to drive around in a supercharged interceptor V8 or a giant 4×4 Land Crusher…the better bet would be something powered by a fuel efficient inline-4 or V6 and small enough to squeeze under fallen overpasses.  Find this 1984 Pontiac Fiero Dune Buggy offered for $1,700 in Sioux Falls, SD via craigslist.  I have no idea where this tip came from, but I don’t think I found it on my own…fess up in the comments if you sent it!

This Fiero is much more customized than the average Fierarri, but in a good way.  It is easy to be dismissive of the poseur Prancing Iron Duke, but this car just puts it all out there and doesn’t pretend to be anything other than awesome. 

If you thought the stills were intriguing, just take a look at the sellers video.  It starts with a high school aged metal band riffing some tunes and then segues into this Fiero playing cat and mouse with a demolition derby car.  More questions are raised…nothing is answered.  It is like a redneck version of the Thunderdome casually blended with synchronized ice dancing.  WHAT AM I WATCHING AND WHY CAN’T I STOP!! 

At least the seller was nice enough to show a detailed picture with the rear clamshell open, revealing the 2.8 liter V6 from the Fiero GT mated to an automatic transmission. 

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