Looking at this car it is hard to tell it is a 1987 Pontiac Fiero. The Fiero has been a popular car to swap in more muscle since the original just didn’t really have enough. The engine in this Fiero is a 4.9L V8 from a 1992 Cadillac DeVille. It is disappointing the 4.9L DeVille engine could only put out 200 hp stock. The LD8 or the L37 Northstar V8 from the 1993-2005 DeVille would have packed a way bigger punch for roughly the same size. Either way it is still an improvement and I am sure it is fun to drive. Just about everything else on the car has been modified. The suspension is aftermarket, the exhaust is custom, and the body kit looks to be custom influenced from the Fiero Mera kit, the interior has all been redone, even the front license plate has been modified so it can be removed easily.
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