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1984 Pontiac Fiero For Sale...

Discussion in 'NorthEast' started by ScrapinSi, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. ScrapinSi

    ScrapinSi Senior Member

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    I know there is a For Sale Forum, but this is for a co-worker who is local. I figured Steve might be interested... Something to possibly try and keep up with the big bad vega... :D


    Like I said, I am listing this for a co-worker, figured maybe somebody would be lookin for a beater or AutoX car...

    Contact him at Ed_Powell@guntherintl.com

    EDIT: Car is located in Rhode Island, near foxwoods.
     
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    is it Quad 4, Iron Duke or 2.2 ?
     
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    i don't believe the quad4 existed in 84....
     
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    Fieros apparently had TONS of engine options. Check em out. One type of Fiero had a quad throttle body carb setup, another had a Cosworth engine. (2M6 I think?). Some ran the 2.8 V6, there was a 1600 too. The 4 speeds are also important, there were lots of transmission options too.

    Wikipedia pretty much has everything.
     
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    The Iron Duke was the replacement of the Vega motor that everyone knows and loves. In 1977 Pontiac tried to get away from the reputation of the vega with the Iron Duke (The indestructible engine) but at the same time Chevy released the redesigned engine for the Vega (Which I have) that cured the sleeve issues. After that GM decided the Iron Duke was a better design in the head (Cross-flow) and adopted it.

    Since then Cosworth decided they were onto something good, and they too designed a head that fits the Iron Duke. The result is something like the DB or something close to that. It's about 10 hp shy of the EAA in both street and formula configs. But most of the Formula 2000 Cosworths are iron dukes (Something I learned about recently)
     
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    Basically, I wish I could buy this Fiero. How sweet would a 2M4 Cosworth be ?
     
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    if you are serious about it, he'd probably knock a buck or 2 off.
     
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    Shopping for a house, have 2 projects on the bench now. Can't.

    This car will need a complete refreshing. Basically what I'm doing to the Vega right now, and it's not fun.
     
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    If I had my garage built... I would have bought this without posting...

    Fiero + LT1 FTMFW!!

    Would be KILLER at the AutoX too!
     
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