Does anyone know what type of car this is? .

Asked by Sep 04, 2017 at 12:28 PM about the 1987 Pontiac Fiero

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Its a two seater. Tag trace comes back to a 87
Fiero. Maybe a kit car on a Fiero frame? Steel front
bumper is odd for a kit unless its custom.  Aside
from the grill that bumper looks like a rear bumper
to me.

2 Answers

855 ^ Check that link out. It is a Zimmer Quicksilver; indeed, a kit car with a Fiero as the base.

Actually, it's a factory conversion... If it was a kit car, I could find the parts to make another, There were only some 170-180 made, over a period of several years. Zimmer did a Mustang based model, too.

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