1984 Pontiac Fiero Sport Coupe For consignment, a time capsule in the form of a 1984 Pontiac Fiero. This car was purchased by the original owner and used sparingly until his passing. From there his son sold the car to our consignor and the rest, as they say, is history. Now it is gracing our overstuffed Hallowed Halls and now showing a mere 24,928 title verified original miles and ready to bestow itself in your driveway ready for you to take it for a spin! Exterior This low, 2 door, mid-engine sports car basically uses three kinds of plastic: reaction-injection-molded, (RIM), polyurethane, a soft plastic designed to take knocks on the front and rear bumpers; reinforced-reaction-injection-molded, (RRIM), polyurethane, a harder, but still supple plastic used on the sides and doors of the Fiero. This cars panels are bathed in white and is the original paint and body panels as this is a no hit car. Black accenting is seen with a wrap around the total car trimming just below the belt line and corresponding top to meet the mid-section of the front grille. A black rocker trim in plastic, black glass surrounds, and a black vent for the rear quarter helps gather up extra air for the mid-engine. 16-inch American Racing 5-spoke wheels are on this example and these are wrapped in like new BF Goodrich high performance black wall rubber. Interior Designated a 2-seater, mid 4-cylinder engine, we swing the doors and see the 2 buckets covered in dark gray broadcloth for the inserts and body hugging bolsters. These also show inset speakers in the headrests and are like new and very clean. A large wide center console is between the buckets and houses a large storage compartment, the shift lever, cigar lighter and twin ashtrays. Taking the square and rectangle design motif to the max, the dash is made up of a series of squares and rectangles in black with inserted instruments and other controls. A surrounding light gray dash front within which are these protruding shapes. Carrying this idea to the edges where the A/C and heat vents are also on their own vertical blocks on either side. The door panels are light gray with black fields for the actuators and window cranks, meanwhile gray and black peppered carpeted panels reside below. Very clean like new black peppered gray carpeting floods the floors, and above is a fuzzy headliner which has a few areas of light sagging. Drivetrain The 2.5-liter four cylinder Iron Duke engine is inserted in the mid section directly behind the seats. It is very clean and all original and is fed via EFI. A Muncie M19 4-speed manual transmission is within this area as well, and throws power to the rear wheels via a 4.10 final drive. Undercarriage 4 wheel independent suspension and 4 wheel power disc braking attach themselves to a clean rust free unibody which has black rust free rockers and floor pans. Pretty much a ground effects bottom with simple attachments and smooth metal abounding. Also noted, no major runs or drips from the engines bottom end...AMAZING! Drive-Ability I slipped into the firm but comfortable and supple broadcloth seats, and turned the key for an immediate fire up. On the test track it handled nicely and ran smoothly. Looking much like an Italian sports car, it is really a gas saving commuter, so power is lower as your sacrifice on this 4 cylinder version. All was working in the functionality department with the exception of the drivers headlight not popping up all the way. This 2 owner, amazingly low original mile car has been completely gone over and is ready to enjoy. A perfect example of what was traversing the highways and rural roads of America in the mid 1980s and looking just great doing so. Will you be the next lucky owner? 1G2AM37R3EP255839 1-USA G-General Motors 2-Pontiac A-Manual Belts M-Fiero Sport Coupe 37-2 Door Coupe R-2.5L 4 Cylinder EFI 3-Check Digit F-1985 P-Pontiac, MI Assy Plant 255839-Sequential Unit Number Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 850 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display. This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.