Friday, November 30, 2018

Two Tone: 1986 Pontiac Fiero GT

Pontiac introduced its mid-engined Fiero in 1984 - complete with manual steering, skinny tires, parts bin suspension (from Chevette & Citation) and powered by an anemic 2.4 liter inline 4 nicknamed the "Iron Duke".  It wasn't until 1988 that the Fiero received a proper suspension setup that it deserved...but this next one is a 1986 GT model which means it includes the fastback styling and a 2.8 liter V6...which is better than a stick in your eye.  Find this 1986 Pontiac Fiero GT offered for $4995 in Danville, NH via  Tip from TeleArrow.

From the seller:

Dealer's Price: $4,995
Location: Danville, NH · 83 miles away
Mileage: 53,000 miles
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Gray
Gas Mileage: 17 MPG City
24 MPG Highway
Engine: V6
Drivetrain: Rear-Wheel Drive
VIN: 1G2PG9792GP245990
Dealer's Description
1986 Pontiac Fiero GT 2.6L mid engine V6 with matching numbers original 4 speed transmission and only 53,​000 miles!! It still has the original shifter and all. The body and paint are original and show amazingly! Tires are all very recent,​ radio,​ fan,​ windows and all still work. The car has only 53,​000 miles a clean title and it looks beautiful This is a real left over hidden away in a garage. More pics and info @ and

See a better way to drive two-tone?

1 comment:

  1. Tough choice. For $5.00 more I could buy the Subaru Micro Van. At least I could drive that one inside.


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