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Fieronut

Yes, another Canadian eh! ;)

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Hello all from Toronto Canada,  
  New to the forum,  but not the facebook page.  Figured it's time to join here too.  I've always been a Pontiac fan for as long as I can remember,  before I even got my first car.  Since 2003 my obsession has been a 1987 Pontiac Fiero GT.  Over the past 15 years this car has gone through a lot from motor swap, suspension & brake upgrades, to new paint in 2015, then a full frame restoration nov 2016 - June 2017.   Unlike a lot of really nice LOW mileage rides on this site,  this car was driven.  When I bought it in spring 2003,  it had 227,000 on the odometer. First few years it was a daily driver for me too but then I really started working on the car, today it's a summer cruiser with over 400,000kms and more to come.  

Presevering the Excitement!  

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:welcomeFP:

Nice Fiero! Love that green. 

Look forward to hearing more about the build :) 

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Very cool cruiser. notallthere is our resident canuckistanti based out of Sarnia Ontario and his missis has a Fiero too. So you two can swap parts stories for sure.

Do you know many of the local Pontiac guys in the Toronto / Northern Toronto car seen? I have a buddy that lives in Northern Toronto. He currently owns a white '63 Laurentian wagon with a copper top and a 3-speed stick. His name is Pete.

 

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Welcome bro. Great ride!

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On 3/25/2019 at 8:19 AM, Frosty said:

Very cool cruiser. notallthere is our resident canuckistanti based out of Sarnia Ontario and his missis has a Fiero too. So you two can swap parts stories for sure.

Do you know many of the local Pontiac guys in the Toronto / Northern Toronto car seen? I have a buddy that lives in Northern Toronto. He currently owns a white '63 Laurentian wagon with a copper top and a 3-speed stick. His name is Pete.

 

Well,  being I sed to moderate the Toronto forum, a lot of Fiero owners have found me,  by chance I may have met notallthere or his misses online or at a show if they've taken the Fiero out to any. 
   Even though I live in Toronto,  I don't make it out to many cruise nights anymore. Its just a pain in the as to go to them across the city traffic in a manual vehicle. If he's in Northern Toronto,  might hangout with Woodbridge cruisers,  Back Ally cruisers or farther north with HWY 11 cruisers.   There's a lot of smaller clubs that hang out together, but some of them I still can't get into,  my car is not old enough yet it 30 years old.  This summer I'll have to get out more and keep a look out for Pete  ;)  



Thanxs for all the Welcomes,  I found my garage profile so I went a little happy with some pictures.  I've yet to fully document my build but thought but thought I would start something here at least of my Obsession (#1)  Even finally named the car after it asked for one, though it fitting since it matches my plates and what my wife thinks sometimes 

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