Right hand drive Fieros (Page 1/1)
usa086 JAN 05, 01:12 AM
Hi Folks I have the opertunity to buy an alleged factory RHD fiero,
Does anyone know how I can veryfy the car as as far as I know there is nothing in the option codes to say it's true.
Also does anyone know how many were made RHD?
Patrick JAN 05, 02:14 AM

Originally posted by usa086:

Also does anyone know how many were made RHD?

From the factory? Zero.
Mike in Sydney JAN 05, 07:05 AM
Factory RHD Fieros are like the Bunyip. Figments of overactive imaginations. Here's a hint. Check the carpet on the left hand side. Is it original? Look for a rubber pad on the left hand wheel well. If the carpet is original and the pad is there, the car is a converted LHD. PM me with your mobile if you want, I'm in NSW.

Mike in Sydney

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fieroguru JAN 05, 07:48 AM
As people mentioned, any RHD Fiero is an aftermarket conversion. Here are 4 that I found pretty quick.

Here is an 87 that was converted:

Here is an 88 that was being converted:

Here is another 88 that was converted (replica build):

Here is an LHD 86 in a junk yard:

FX JAN 05, 10:31 AM
My friend in Australia does these conversions...So this car might have come from a country that drives on the left side of the road, and somebody changed it over...See if you can trace it's VIN back to previous owners....
usa086 FEB 13, 04:48 AM
Thanx to all that replied, My car was converted I am told in 1993, there is a plate hand stamped over the service part sticker by a company I have been unable to find
Don't matter as the car is fully registered here in WA.
So thank you all[
jjd2296 FEB 13, 07:12 AM
Any pics ?
2.5 FEB 13, 12:45 PM
Yeah pics would be cool.
Steel FEB 17, 08:38 AM
I remember Ausfiero's.. whatever happened to him anyway? I was late to join the forum, wanted his products but were no longer available. Nice guy.