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1986 Pontiac Fiero For Sale

I am selling my 1986 Pontiac Fiero. This vehicle has never been driven in snow, and never been subjected to salt spray. For most of it's live, it was owned by a Navy officer, who stored it when he was at sea, and took great care of it while he was in port in Orlando, Florida. I bought the car in 2014, and have stored it indoors in winters, and driven it only to and from car shows in Southeastern Michigan.

Over the time I have owned the Car, I have replaced the rear side windows (called SAILS because of their shape) with new factory original windows. I have replaced the Alternator with a newer version. The headlight retractor motors have been rebuilt, and an upgraded ignition coil has been installed.

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Asking - - $7600 - Cash or Certified Check

Phone: 517-304-3691

Fiero Club members qualify for a 10% discount.

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In 1984, the Fiero Coupe tested by the NHTSA as the safest production car for sale in the U.S.A.

The P-car was originally intended to be called the Pontiac Pegasus and its emblem depicted a winged horse, designed by stylist Jon Albert. The Pontiac sales organization rejected that name, however, on the dubious grounds that people wouldn't know how to pronounce it. Bruce MacDonald, Pontiac's director of public relations, ultimately came up with the name Fiero, (Italian for "Proud") which became the P-car's official name.