1988 Pontiac Fiero GT Red Fastback V6 5-Speed Show Room Condition Only 39K Miles

1988 Pontiac Fiero GT

Make: Pontiac
Model: Fiero
SubModel: GT
Type: Fastback
Trim: GT
Year: 1988
Mileage: 39,031
VIN: 1G2PG1197JP218639
Color: Red
Engine: 2.8
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Elkton, Virginia, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Cassette Player, Sunroof
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Description for Pontiac Fiero 1988


•1988 Pontiac Fiero GT Fastback
•2.8L V6 5 speed manual Transmission
•WS6 Suspension package
•Built in March of 1988
•Vehicle has been garaged for over 24 years in a climate Controlled environment
•Fiero is 100% Factory Stock except for some wear parts (Tires, oil, etc).
•Only 39,000 miles with only 8,000 miles in the last 22 years (This was done to keep vehicle in good working order)
•Fiero looks and drives New. If you know Fieros you know this is the year and model to have.
•Ebay only allows 24 pictures. If you would like any other photos please contact us through Ebay and we will be more than happy toaccommodate.
•New Kelly Edge A/S Tires Front 205/60R15 & Rear 215/60R15 were just put on
•New 9/18 Virginia Inspection
•To be honest I have never come across a nicer and better example of the Pontiac Fiero. This model was one of only 322 model to be painted entirely the same color. Most were split into two-tones with silver on the bottom. Even includes original Sunroof storage bag, headliner insert and wind deflector.
•The vehicle is perfect minus the following:

- A/C does not blow cold. new O-rings andfreonare required

- Radio display is fuzzy and right rear speaker has static.

- Last picture in the photos show two spots were paint was touched up on very front of hood

- Front bumper cover was replaced and painted back in 1992 when someone backed into it. New OEM Bumper was used to replace. After that car was put away.

•Price is firm at $12,900. I am selling this out of my collection to make room for New Models that we have to carry for test fitment and testing on new parts that we sell. This is a great car and would be a great addition to anyone's collection. Do not hesitate to ask questions. Buyer is responsiblefor having vehicle picked up. We do not ship vehicles


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Facts about 1988 Fiero's:
The 1988 Fiero brought a new suspension design, thought by many to have a striking resemblance to those designed byLotus, which at the time, was about to be acquired by General Motors. The suspension was never a Lotus design though; it was the suspension the Pontiac engineers had designed in the beginning, along with what they learned from the racing program. Up front were revised control arms and knuckles that reduced steering effort and improved the scrub radius. In the back, the old Citation parts were replaced with a real tri-link suspension with all new knuckles. This new suspension came with staggered wheel sizes on WS6 suspension equipped models, with 15in (380mm) by 6in (150mm) wide wheels up front and 15in (380mm) by 7in (180mm) wide wheels in the rear for improved handling balance and to offset the slightly increased front track that resulted from the improvements. Topping off the package were the new vented disc brakes at all four corners, which addressed braking complaints of road testers. A variable effort electro-hydraulicpower steeringunit, the same design later found on theGM EV1, was also to be a late addition. This option never made it to production — one reason cited is that models with the prototype power steering were noted as being too loud. The four-cylinder engine received an in-pan oil filter element and balance shaft. A "Formula" option was added, which offered many of the GT features with the standard coupe body, including the 120mph (190km/h) speedometer, WS6 Suspension (which includes offset crosslace wheels) and the rear spoiler. 1988 marked the end of production for the Fiero, and is also considered to be the best Fiero produced. Improvements to suspension, brakes, steering, and improvements to both the four-cylinder and V6 engines took the car to a level far beyond the 1984 model that had received much criticism. 1988 was also the only year a yellow exterior color was available as a factory option. During the Fiero's final model year (on August 16, 1988) the last window sticker was placed on the last Fiero to roll off thePontiac, Michiganplant line. The 1988 Fiero is the most desired by automotive collectors because of the improvements made to the 1988 model year, and this being the last year of production. The 1988 Mera seen as the most sought after model and tops the Fiero list in resale value this model is commonly used to create "kit cars" (replicas of high end sports cars).