Is This Wild ‘88 Fiero GT a Guaranteed Radwood Winner?

Colin
By Colin Wood
May 11, 2021 | Pontiac, Fiero, Radwood

Photography Courtesy Bill Curie Ford

Sure, you could roll up to Radwood in just any old Fiero, but why would you do that when you could show up in this modified 1988 Fiero GT? In fact, this Pontiac just might have it all: hood vents, Ferrari F40-style wheels, aftermarket body kit, rear side window louvers and, to top it all off, a set of racing stripes.

The seller doesn’t offer any pictures of the V6 engine, though the car is equipped with a five-speed manual transmission (even though it’s listed as an automatic). The rear decklid does have some decals that suggest the Fiero is turbocharged, but no concrete evidence of this is provided by the seller. As well, unlike the exterior of the car, the interior looks to be mostly stock with the odometer reading 151,091 miles.

Currently priced at $9487–$313 less than what Hagerty values an example in number No. 3–you can find this 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT for sale from Bill Curie Ford in Tampa, Florida.

So, is this Fiero worth it for the body kit alone, or are there more rad options available for under $10,000?

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Vajingo
Vajingo HalfDork
5/10/21 7:01 p.m.

"A set of racing stripes" is an under statement. 

David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens Editorial Director
5/11/21 9:41 a.m.

Those F40 wheels. Wow. (And do they also come in 4x100....)

wspohn
wspohn SuperDork
5/11/21 10:15 a.m.

I'd say that the value of that car with all the crap on it is probably half what it would be as a clean stock GT.

No accounting for taste......

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