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Cars > Challenges > “yellow fiero” Vs “Grutle1”

 

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M–26
Krakow, Wisconsin
United States

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M–35

 

1986 Pontiac Fiero 2m4

“yellow fiero”

1994 Pontiac Grand Am GT Sport Coupe

“Grutle1”

 
Photo of: 1986 Pontiac Fiero
Photo of: 1994 Pontiac Grand Am

No longer owned

 

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About “yellow fiero”

Got it on 1-18-12 For $700 Tho they where asking $900
My cuzin found it after i was looking for one for over a year (missed my old one)
After test driving it notice that the clutch pedal was bent cuz it wont fully disingage. Took it out, stratn it, and renforced it. Replaced the master and Adjustable Clutch Banjo from rodneydickman.com. Runs and drives like a million bucks love it and it gets 36 mpg i am glad i have one again

About “Grutle1”

My wife purchased this car in 2000 and we drove it until July of 2012. We absolutely loved this car but it was time to let go. It was a really tough decision after owning the car for so long but it just had too many mechanical problems and nobody could figure out what was wrong. Instead of dumping more money into it, we decided it was time to let go. We have lots to remember it by though. Before we parted with the car, we kept all the badges, front seats and nose piece. We have the seats in our living room, the badges were made into refrigerator magnets and the nose piece will be hung in the garage. I always liked the styling of this generation Grand Am. IMO, this car drives and handles so much better than any of today's cars in it's class. Grutle1 had only 92,000 miles on it. Not bad for a '94. The car that replaced the Grand Am is a 2001 Blue Green Chameleon Trans Am. We now have 3 2001 Trans Ams.

 

Specs for “yellow fiero”

2.5 cyl (95hp)
5 speed
Length 1984–1986: 4,072 mm (160.3 in)
Width 1984–1986: 1,750 mm (68.9 in)
Height 1,191 mm (46.9 in)
Curb weight 1,176 to 1,265 kg (2,590 to 2,790 lb)
Platform P-body
Layout RMR layout
Assembly Pontiac, Michigan, United States
Designer Hulki Aldikacti & George Milidrag

Specs for “Grutle1”

3.1L 3100 SFI V6 Engine
155 HP 185 ft-lb torque

4T40-E 4-speed automatic transmission

 

Factory Options for “yellow fiero”

radio
tilt colom
all wheel disc brake

Factory Options for “Grutle1”

No factory options listed.

 

Mods for “yellow fiero”

Jensen UV10 DVD player
yellow paint
fiero emblem decal on the front
side scoops
autometer temp gauge
autometer oil presser gauge
fastback swap

Mods for “Grutle1”

K&N Drop In Filter
Powerstop Drilled/Slotted Rotors and Ceramic Pads
Custom Grand Am Floor Mats

 

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