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Autotrader Find: Pristine 1987 Pontiac Fiero GT With Under 30,000 Miles

If you’ve ever gone looking for a perfect Pontiac Fiero — and, be honest, you have at least once — you know that many Fiero models were driven hard, smashed up or just not well-kept, meaning there aren’t many nice ones left. The Fiero was, after all, a relatively inexpensive sports car, so most people who bought them weren’t thinking much about preservation.

This particular example, however, has been preserved beautifully. It’s a 1987 Fiero GT offered by Tyngsboro Motor Sales outside Boston, and it boasts just 29,167 original miles. It’s finished in dark red with a gray interior, and even the floor mats still appear to retain their original fluffiness, with “Fiero GT” clearly spelled out in white lettering.

On the outside, this Fiero looks especially nice, with an original, untouched body featuring the usual treatment of the later Fiero models. Inside, the Fiero is especially well-kept, with its time capsule interior showing off the right angles common to 1980s interior car design. The biggest drawback may be its transmission, as this one has a 3-speed automatic — not exactly the gearbox you’d want if you plan to drive this thing quickly.

According to the Carfax report, this Fiero has always spent time in the northeast, with the original owner in Maine followed by a second owner in New Hampshire. Impressively, this Fiero had done 20,000 miles by July 1993, meaning it’s largely stood still in the decades since. If you’re interested, Tyngsboro Motors is asking for a reasonable $12,773 — and you’d be hard-pressed to find a nicer Fiero for sale right now.

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  1. I have always loved this model of the Fiero.  One thing that many don’t know about the Fiero is that the frame of this car allows for it to be the perfect KIT CAR.  All the body panels (except the roof) are bolted on and can easily be removed and replaced with panels from a custom kit.  When these cars were more popular, it was not uncommon to make them look like a small exotic or an imitation Ferrari.

  2. Living in a college town, I’ve seen plenty of Fieros but I don’t think I’ve ever seen one in, uh, one piece?

  3. Wow, what a car! If I hadn’t just bought a new vehicle last month I would’ve gone to check this out. I’m right near Tyngsboro!

  4. They’re dreaming with that price-tag. This one’s the wrong year, wrong body-style, and wrong transmission. If it were an ’88 Fiero Formula with a 5-speed and a tan interior then I might be tempted. $13k would still be quite a stretch though.

    • I dunno about being the wrong year. Color is probably the best offered and the gray aged well. The auto thing kind of stinks but I don’t know how good GM manuals would be from 1988.

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