Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Mera...can? 1985 Pontiac Fiero Ferrari Kit

According to the guys on (that is a real site) the MERA (ALL CAPS!) was born in 1987 and sold as a dealer installed (or standalone) kit to transform your plebeian Fiero into a Ferrari 308 lookalike.  Today's Fiero doesn't appear to be an original Mera (haha...that sounds funny) but seems to be a good deal if it runs/drives well.  Find this 1985 Pontiac Fiero Ferrari Kit offered for $7,000 in SF Bay Area, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

This Fieroarri looks like it has recently been hit with a fresh coat of paint (notice the overspray in the engine bay) but the seller claims it "[r]uns great has new tires,front brakes,calipers,fuel pump,carberator was rebuilt."

See a better red car for sale?


  1. Four cylinder, but at least it's a manual. Good LS4 swap candidate?

  2. Who would know? Just dont look inside.

  3. That series was the Can-Am Challenge, held between 1966 and 1974 in North America. The Can-Am, as it would become known, was perhaps the most exciting road racing series the planet has ever seen.vancouver auto transport


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