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1988 Pontiac Fiero GT
By Pontiac 4 Life, 07/23/2020
  • Make Pontiac
  • Model Fiero GT
  • Color Black
  • Price 17093
  • Year 1988
  • Odometer 16100
  • Odometer Unit Miles
  • Description This is my 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT. It's Black with a Beechwood leather interior. It has the 2.8L V6 and THM-125C 3 speed automatic.

    It currently has about 16,100 miles on it and is mostly original.

    I have replaced the sail panels and headliner and resprayed the nose and rear wing. New front shocks and rear struts have been installed. The factory speakers have been replaced as well.

    Modifications include all LED lighting inside and out and a set of Fiero Store front lowering springs in front to get rid of that nose high stock stance. The factory radio has been replaced with a modern bluetooth Pioneer head unit and lighted LED bezel. I've also installed some 17x7" XXR 521 wheels with General G-Max AS-05 tires that has completely transformed the handling of this car.

    Although this car started life in Kentucky, it has spent most of it's life in Washington State. The original owner purchased it new in Kentucky and drove it home to WA in 1989. I have all the original sales documentation and window sticker.

    This is my 5th, and likely last, Fiero. Even though it is an automatic, it's still a joy to drive.I chose this car despite the transmission because it's such a pretty car and I loved the history and story behind it. I really love this car and Fieros.

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