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1984 Pontiac Fiero 84k Mileage CLEAN

Make: Pontiac
Model: Fiero
Type: Coupe
Trim: Base
Year: 1984
Mileage: 84000
VIN: 1G2AM37RXEP214902
Color: Red
Engine: 4cyl Duke
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Hughesville, Pennsylvania, United States

1984 Pontiac Fiero Base Additional Info:

Up for sale is a very clean and well maintained '84 Fiero. I purchased it about four months ago with the intent of fixing up any major issues, replacing old, cracking or failing parts and week-end joy riding it from time to time after doing a 3800sc swap.. however life has many surprises and a lack of time is mine! Below is a list of the many things I've done to it over the course of these last few months as well as a check list of extra parts or parts that still need worked on!

Most parts were ordered via the Fiero Store, CarID, AutoAnything or Amazon. I can reproduce any reciepts for validation if that's something you're interested in.

Front Inner/Outer Tie Rods
Front Sway Bar End Link (Poly Bushings)
Front Struts (KYB Branded)
Front Sway Bar Bushings (Poly Bushings)
Motegi Racing Rims w/ 205/60r15 Sumitomo High Performance All-Season Tires
Amazon Basics Oil w/ ACDelco UPF52 Oil Filter
K&N PF-1000 Fuel Filter
ACDelco Platinum Spark Plugs
ACDelco Professional Spark Plug Wire Set
WIX 46036 Air Filter
WIX Breather Filter Part #46986
Lumen 7x6 CCFL Halo Headlamps
Luman H4XXHLC-RGB LED Headlight Conversion Kit
Generic GM Oil Cap (Old Oil cap was falling apart and ugly)

Valve Cover Gasket
Old Rims/Tires
Rubber Seals/Gaskets/Air Duct for Removable Moon Roof
New Radio/Wiring Harness
New Speakers
Old Headlamps/Headlights
Other Odds & Ends from Previous Owner.

Known Issues:

Needs Inspected
Needs Aligned
Fluid Flush
Possibly Brakes? (Never stopped to look while working as I rarely drove it/they stopped very well when I did move it)
High Idle
Upholstery Bowing Out (Very common for fieros of any usage as the materials holding the leather/vinyl together eventually gave way. A lot of guys end up gluing them back together and clamping them till dry)

I'm sure I've missed something.. but I will answer any questions thrown my way for sure.