If you had a limited edition Indy 500 “Official” Pace Car Pontiac Fiero and wanted to maintain maximum sellable value, you’d think it would be best to keep the original iron duke 4-banger, but you’d be dead wrong. That is because an upgrade to a Chevy 305 small-block V8 is indeed an upgrade in value to the market, even if said 305 V8 has an air cleaner that is smaller in diameter than the average toilet bowl cleaning brush. Find this 1984 Pontiac Fiero Indy 500 Pace Car offered for $8000 in Topeka, KS via facetrash bigbrotherbook Tip from Jason.
Ah, the Corvair. A classically styled beauty with an aircooled flat-6 out back and independent suspension all around…whoa, there dude, you are thinking about the Porsche 911, because the Corvair has a conventional watercooled V8 mounted up front and a stick beam axle out back…like this 1965 Chevrolet Corvair here on eBay bidding for $5,200 […]
If you went to high school in the 1990’s, there were certain cars that we all wanted but few got. The really cool kids found a way to swing a Camaro. For those of us who couldn’t, here is a great chance to make a teenage dream a reality for a decent price. Find this […]