Cadillac V8 Ferrari Kit: 1987 Pontiac Fiero Fierriadillac
Another day, another Fiero based kit car on the cover of Daily Turismo magazine. Whoa…we’ve got a magazine? No, shut up, I’m just trying to make it seem more impressive…lemme get back to this car. Anyway, this next Fiero is no ordinary Fiero — it has a 4.9 liter V8 from a Cadillac breathing through a Jaguar (?!) exhaust and is covered in a kit body that looks 2 parts Ferrari 308 and 1 part Acura NSX. It is simultaneously like peculiar and snazzy. Find this 1987 Pontiac Fiero Fierriadillac offered for $7,900 buy-it-now in Pueblo, CO via eBay.
From the seller:
Up for auction is a unique 1987 Pontiac Fierro this Fierro is a 5-speed we installed a Cadillac 4.9 l with Jaguar exhaust. The car does not overheat we put three piece hre wheels 4k. It does have a fresh paint job proximately a year old does look good . I have a set of lowering springs and boxes of parts which will be included with the car has Corvette front brakes Corvette rear brakes we will include the side panels and the rear fin if you wish for that look. Just kind of like the way it looked as a coupe.
Has all authentic emblems and badges clutch is a high performance high performance cooling fan, does not overheat , door popers both sides and trunk off key fob cars in excellent condition but bear in mind this is a kit car. Cars been sitting for approximately six months starts and runs great but could use a tune-up we are more than happy to help with your shipping company or transporter. This is a very unique fun car to drive and extremely powerful. We have over 27k invested in this car. Again we will include fiberglass parts if you want it to look more streamlined in the back the fin that goes above the back glass and boxes of new parts including a lowering springs. Thanks if you have any questions feel free to contact me.
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||1g2pe11r5hp211480||Mileage:||59350|
|Interior Color:||Black||Number of Cylinders:||8|
|For Sale By:||Private Seller||Vehicle Title:||Clean|
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It would probably be worth more money without the body kit.
I have to admit I like this. It might not be a real deal, but you’ll definitely trick some folks. It does have that Statos kinda look too.
I’m with you. Somehow, the Fiero rear deck is (maybe) better than the proper Ferrari buttresses. Plus, better rear visibility.
Reminds me of the 308 GTB rally cars of the ’80s. I would actually push it further into Group 4 territory by getting higher profile tires, mud flaps, a front rack of driving lights, and some period correct rally livery. Because why not? It’s not real anyway.
This is a great way to get a good looking, budget Ferrari fake/imitation Lancia/NSX that you can drive hard without worries. I kinda wish I was in the market right now. I’ll never own a real one.
Someone forgot the lowering springs and miscalculated the tire sizes. I am not much of a stance person, but this is pretty blatant….
BITD those rallying Strata sat kinda proud, just saying.
I have to grudgingly admit until the B pillar they sort of got it right. Unfortunately the old “could use a tune up” byline lights all my mental CELs.
Actually diggin’ this, but it does need to be dropped in the rear about 1.5″ in the ass end to balance it out.