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- Seller: garagekept
- Phone: 616-888-3230
- 2.8L V6
- Automatic Transmission
- 73k Miles
- Silver Over Gray Interior
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"More show. More go." 1985 Pontiac Fiero GT magazine advertisement
At its launch, the Pontiac Fiero was a smash. Car and Driver waxed eloquent in their praise for the car they'd later name to the magazine's "10 Best" list. Offered here is a 1985 Pontiac Fiero GT in silver over two-tone gray. The small European inspired coupe shape is unmistakable, and still a style that turns heads.
The Fiero's well-chosen, classic silver paint makes the most of the car's design. Gloss is even and shine is deep across every panel. The rubber bodyside trim shows no scrapes or abrasion. Headlight lenses are clear and uncracked, and the full-width smoked taillight lens combination is likewise free of damage. Factory-applied badging remains in place, including "Pontiac" embossed lettering on the rear bumper cap and left headlight cover, GT badges on the sail panels, and both the "Fiero GT" lettering and "V6" engine designation badges on the rear. Quad exhaust outlets show beneath the rear bumper. Optional mesh-style 14-inch wheels are finished in a contrasting dark gray color, and are mounted with Hankook tires.
Inside, the color scheme is a well-coordinated dark gray and light gray. The overall look is modern with square-shaped design cues and an upright instrument pod. Seat upholstery on the twin high-back buckets is a handsome combination of dark-gray outer portions with light-gray inserts. Door trim combines light-gray panels with medium-gray carpet on the lower surfaces; the driver's seat bolster shows wear. Cabin carpeting is similarly medium-gray in color, and protected by Fiero GT-embroidered carpet mats. A two-spoke sport steering wheel fronts a straightforward instrument cluster with large speedometer, 5,500-rpm-redline tachometer, auxiliary engine-monitoring gauges, and vertically arranged warning lights. The center stack includes HVAC controls above the upgraded Clarion audio. Indeed, every interior surface remains in great condition owing to fastidious owner care and limited use over the years.
The transverse-mounted, 2.8-liter V6 resides under the rear decklid just rearward of the cabin. As the Car and Driver writer noted, this engine brought the Fiero up to very respectable performance levels. A Fiero-embossed, red air intake crowns the engine while the remainder of the engine bay is clean and properly organized. The small trunk to the rear of the engine is also nicely clean. Viewed from below, the chassis is straight, complete and clean. The Fiero's build and identification tags remain mounted.
Please be sure and look at the more than 175 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.