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1986 Pontiac Fiero GT - 3800 Supercharged - Calendar Car! - No Reserve

Make: Pontiac
Model: Fiero
Type: Fastback
Trim: GT
Year: 1986
Mileage: 143,500
VIN: 1G2PG9790GP251044
Color: Yellow
Engine: 3800 Supercharged
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Gilbert, Arizona, United States

1986 Pontiac Fiero GT Additional Info:

I bought this car from a close friend who was the original owner from 1986. I have put over a decade of work into it and have only driven it about 4k miles. It has been my "therapy" and retreat from the stresses of life. As you can see from the list, the work and parts are extensive. Now it's time to move on and let someone else enjoy it.
It has the original Muncie 4spd in it which has done great. I picked up a spare a few years ago, just in case, which comes with the car as well as couple of boxes of spare parts and manuals. "New" below refers to less than 4k miles on the parts except the tires, they are brand new. The new wiring harness and gauge cluster are wired to correct the known Temp gauge issue. If you are not familiar with it, the factory wired every one of them wrong. The idiot light "Test" wire was wired directly to the gauge which would make it "PEG" when the ignition is on but the motor is off. This is corrected and functions properly.
This car was in the 2012 Fiero Calendar and has been to a few car shows. All of the panels, except the Fastback section and roof, were taken off, disassembled, and painted separately so it would look like a factory job. It passes emissions and the A/C works which are two must haves. I did not hook the cruise control back up but still have the parts.
Body:- Toyota FJ Yellow Paint- Radio Antenna hidden in the fender- Custom tinted tail lights (dusted with 14 coats!)- Fiero Store Sunroof weather stripping- Fiero Store Sunroof Hardware- Rodeny Dickman Deck lid Strut Kit- New Front Emblem- New Windshield- 5 Star Enkei Wheels
Suspension and Brakes:- 1" Eibach Drop Springs- KYB Gas Adjust Shocks and Struts- New BFG Tires- New Semi-Metallic Brake Pads- New Inner and outer front Wheel bearings and seals- New Rear axle bearings and seals- New Calipers- New Rotors- New Spring seats front and rear- New Control Arm bushings upper, lower, front, and rear- New Ball joints upper, lower, front, and rear- New Power window motors (still slow)- New Power door lock solenoids (still not great)
Interior:- Racing seats- New Fiero Store Black Floor mats- New Fiero Store Black Headliner- New Fiero Store Black Sun Visors- New Rear Speakers- New Front Speakers- Newer GM Radio- New Heater Core
A/C:- New R134A Compressor- New Accumulator- New Evaporator- Reman Condenser- Custom Compressor Hoses- All remaining rubber lines replaced
Drive train:- 180 Thermostat- New Radiator cap- New coolant hoses- New Heater Core Hoses- New Fiero Store Radiator- New Fiero Store lock cylinders- New Axle Seals- New Clutch Master Cylinder- New Clutch Slave Cylinder- New Rodeny Dickman Adjustable Clutch Banjo
3800SC Conversion Completed in July 2014:- 2002 3800 Series II Supercharged Motor w/19k miles- Customer Wiring Harness by phonedawgz (Fiero Forum)- 2002 ECU (eBay)- ECU Tune by Sinister Performance- Spec Stage III+ Clutch Kit- SPEC Aluminium Fiero/3800SC Flywheel- Custom motor mount, Throttle Cable Bracket, Shift Cable Bracket- Poly trans mounts- Poly dog bone- LIM gasket - Replaced as a precaution, found it had failed with only 19k miles on it!- Airtex Fuel Pump- Fast Fieros Low Alternator Mount- Summit Racing High Flow 3" Cat, 3" Y-pipe (customized), and 2.5" u-bend- ZZP 3.5" Supercharger Pulley- ZZP Exhaust Log- ZZP Flow-matched Injectors
Known issues: The CD player stopped working but the radio is fine. There are a couple of paint blemishes including one on the nose. The power window motors have been replaced but the windows are still slow. The trunk lid electronic release works intermittently but the key works fine. The tranny drips oil sometimes, always has even with new axle seals. I didn't want to split the case to replace the input seal.
Ask any questions before you bid or buy.
Local pickup only - no shipping, no joyrides, yes it's fast.

I have been answering questions from interested buyers and checking the box to post them to the listing for others but they are not showing up.

Here they are so far:
Q.Do the headlights work? You said you replaced the lim gasket-what is that? Did you put poly or solid mounts in the engine subframe?? thanksSep-23, 2018
A.Hi, the headlights work. Sometimes the driver light stays up and when you touch the motor it will go down. The LIM is the lower intake manifold. There was a known issue with the original gaskets so GM has a second revision gasket. The motor had 19000 miles on it when I got it, so I check the gaskets while it was out and they had failed so I replaced them with the revised ones. The subframe has the original mounts for the body. The transmission has poly mounts, and the motor has a poly dog bone.
Q.Does the car have a cat? required to pass California emissionsSep-20, 2018
A.Yes and it passes AZ emissions. The charcoal canister, gas tank vent, and EVAP Solenoid are all hooked up and functional.
Q.Is this the Buick 225 hp. engine? ThanksSep-19, 2018
A.This is a 2002 Bonnieville SSEI motor with 240hp . With the smaller SC pulley, highflow 3" cat, free flowing intake and exhaust, and slightly more aggressive tune my best guess is it's around 280-300hp