1988 V8 Pontiac Fiero (LS3)

1988 Pontiac Fiero GT

Make: Pontiac
Model: Fiero
Type: Coupe
Trim: GT
Year: 1988
Mileage: 2,900
VIN: 1g2pe11r4jp225067
Color: Gray
Engine: V8 Chevy 6.2L LS3 with mods.
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Rear Wheel drive with a 6 speed trans
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Description for Pontiac Fiero 1988

Sorry to HAVE to sell my monster. This is an 88' Fiero that I have owned for 15 years. I originally had a 6 cylinder in it and shortly upon purchasing it I bought the V8 conversion kit. Now it is a beast but with a new opportunity awaiting in another state I must sell it although I DON'T WANT TO SELL IT.
I have a Chevy LS3 in the car now. Originally the motor had approximately 43,000 miles when I bought it. I went through themotor thoroughly and studded the block and head with ARP studs. I then put bigger injectors, bigger cam, bigger fuel rails, bigger throttle body (93mm), and a 4 inch cold air intake. The motor was put in by a friend who works regularly on V8 Fiero's. The other work on the motor, including dyno tuning, was done by Speed Inc. The dyno papers are in the car, it put down to the wheel 425 HP and 420 lbft of torque.
It has a Chevy F40 6 speed purchased brand new with zero miles on it. This is the same Trans found in the G6/Cobalt ss. This is a commonly used Trans and has held up in multiple different applications.
Since the complete build of this setup I put 2000 miles on it, to break it in, then reset the odometer to mark the new starting point and it now has 900 miles on it. I rarely drive the car because it's mostly a race car. It has 5 passes at the dragstrip on it as a means to gauge what the upgrades have rewarded me, I have the slips on hand. With stock size rims, all season street tires on it, and coming off the line softly so it won't break, the car ran 11.40 @ 126mph with a weak 1.9 60'. The car just got a new pair of rims (17" staggered vs stock 15") with Z rated tires that come with the car as well as the stock ones. The rims and tires are brand new still with the stickers on the rubber.
Again I regret having to sell the car but need to. But with that being said I will not GIVE the car away or take a ridiculous offer for the car. I have over 20k in the car with this current setup so I'm asking for half of what I have in the car.