OMG! A True 1984 Pontiac Fiero Survivor with Only 171 Miles!

Whatever you do, please do not share this story with anyone remotely affiliated with the manufacturing, selling or even having a hobby related to replica cars. We all know how most Pontiac Fieros end up

You see, this isn’t your typical Pontiac Fiero survivor; it’s a time capsule, as the 1984 Fiero Pace Car Edition we found for sale here in Massachusetts hasn’t even been broken in with just 171 miles (275 km) on the odometer!

In fact, as pointed out by the seller of the mid-engine model, Marc Schiliro’s Classic Cars, it wasn’t even dealer prepped:

“This car was never dealer prepped and still retains the original window sticker on the driver’s side window, plastic on the seats, plastic with cardboard pieces on the carpet, chalk mark on the tires and the front license plate was never installed!,” says Marc Schiliro.

And how did this practically unused Fiero land in the hands of Schiliro?

“I recently sold a beautiful 1996 Jaguar XJS convertible to a gentleman in PA,” says the owner of the dealership.

“During a conversation we were having I told him I collect many vehicles from the 80’s and 90’s such as a Camaros, Mustangs, Trans Ams, Grand Nationals and Fieros.  A few days later he was having breakfast and was reading the classifieds section of his newspaper when he stumbled across a 1984 Pontiac Fiero Pace Car being sold locally.  The ad read the car was 100% original with 170 miles.  It also stated it was never dealer prepped and was a true time capsule.  He immediately thought of me since I mentioned I collected Fiero’s and provided me the sellers information so I could call him.  He was also classic car collector and was looking to move a few cars for space purposes.  I jumped on the opportunity and purchased the car and the rest is history,” Schiliro concluded.

The Fiero has the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired to an optional automatic transmission and was ordered with the $2,895 Pace Car Edition package. The MSRP back in 1984 was $9,587, but with all the extras, it ended up costing $14,895. Right now, it’s listed for sale on eBay for $26,900.

Window Sticker Information
Selling Dealership:
Lookwood Pontiac-Cadillac, Inc
17 N Broad Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
Standard Equipment:
2.5 Liter L4 engine
4-speed Manual transmission
P215/60/14 tires
Rally Handling Suspension
Hi-Tech aluminum wheels
Tinted Glass
Deck Lid Luggage Rack
Power Disc Brakes Front and Rear
Remote Fuel Release
LH Remote Mirror
Bodyside Molding
Map Light
Delco AM Radio with dual speakers
Rack and Pinion Steering
Reclining Bucket Seats
MSRP $9,587.00

Optional Equipment:
AU3 = Power door locks                                       $125.00
A31 = Power windows                                          $185.00
A90 = Deck lid remote release                             N/C
BC8 = Interior ornamentation                              N/C
B20 = Luxury rim group                                          N/C
B48 = Luggage compartment trim                        N/C
CD4 = Continuous windshield wipers                  $50.00
C60 = Air Conditioning                                           $730.00
D34 = RH vanity mirror                                           $7.00
F75 = Axle ratio 3.18                                                N/C
K22 = 94 Amp generator                                         N/C 
K34 = Cruise Control with accel                              $175.00
LR8  = 2.5 liter EFI 4 cyl engine                                N/C
MX1 = Automatic 3-speed transmission                $425.00
N33 = Tilt steering wheel                                          $110.00
QPV = P215/60/ 14 OWL tires                                   $92.00
TR9  = Lamp Group                                                    $30.00
Y82 = Fiero LTD Edition- Indy Pace Car                   $2895.00
                                                              Destination     $320.00
                                                              Total MSRP      $14,895.00

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