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Indy FIero for sale in East Tennessee..... by Pete Matos
Started on: 01-19-2010 06:32 PM
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Report this Post01-19-2010 06:32 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Pete MatosSend a Private Message to Pete MatosDirect Link to This Post
Just thought I would post this on here for all you indy fans.... I was driving home yesterday and spotted a white fiero in a local car lot. I turned around to look at it and realized right away it was an indy model. They are asking $4000.00 for it and it is kinda rough, the paint is faded a little on the fenders and the headliner is hanging down but it has the over the roof intake and everything. Not sure if this is a good deal or not but I thought I would post it... It is on HWY 129 south in maryville, TN.... peace

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Report this Post01-19-2010 09:18 PM Click Here to See the Profile for paced84Click Here to Email paced84Send a Private Message to paced84Direct Link to This Post
If you go by there again would you be able to get the VIN, auito or 4sp, miles
for the registry?

Ron T

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Report this Post03-13-2011 11:25 PM Click Here to See the Profile for MrWallyClick Here to visit MrWally's HomePageClick Here to Email MrWallySend a Private Message to MrWallyDirect Link to This Post
My first post to here is to say I bought that Indy. Well, that is to say she is now mine!
I traded for her, I traded a 1980 Indy T/A pace car for her.

The last two items on the sticker under the front hood on the drivers side inner wheelwell are, WS6 then Y82.

This is My third Fiero at this time, Dean of WhoDeanie's in Woodstock GA (a great guy who dose great things!) Worked out some of her buggs for ME and is working on rebuilding My daughters also White 84 Fiero (our second) now.

My first is a 88 Red TunePort injected sbc powered five speed manual fiero, that I bought out of Warnerrobins GA. I beleve it was built by V8 Archie in IL. But I don't know for-sure as I bought it and the guys selling it were getting rid of it because it needed a clutch and were afrade to work on it. It has the IL Fiero clubs logo on the rear window.
I have since had the new Centerforce clutch installed (thank you Archie, for your help), but it is awating Deans time and My money to work out a drivablity issue (that I think was caused be the transmision shop that did the clutch).

I am a big classic Pontiac Fan! A Fiero was the only "NEW" Pontiac I ever wanted.

I have a 57 Chieftain, a 63 Grand Prix, a 66 Catalina, a 69 GTO and a 77 Can Am all Pontiac's. As well as the three Fiero's at this time.

I keep My drive way full and that tends to keeps My walit empty! Wally
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Report this Post03-14-2011 06:30 AM Click Here to See the Profile for blackramsClick Here to Email blackramsSend a Private Message to blackramsDirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by MrWally:

My first post to here is to say I bought that Indy. Well, that is to say she is now mine!
I traded for her, I traded a 1980 Indy T/A pace car for her.

The last two items on the sticker under the front hood on the drivers side inner wheelwell are, WS6 then Y82.

This is My third Fiero at this time, Dean of WhoDeanie's in Woodstock GA (a great guy who dose great things!) Worked out some of her buggs for ME and is working on rebuilding My daughters also White 84 Fiero (our second) now.

My first is a 88 Red TunePort injected sbc powered five speed manual fiero, that I bought out of Warnerrobins GA. I beleve it was built by V8 Archie in IL. But I don't know for-sure as I bought it and the guys selling it were getting rid of it because it needed a clutch and were afrade to work on it. It has the IL Fiero clubs logo on the rear window.
I have since had the new Centerforce clutch installed (thank you Archie, for your help), but it is awating Deans time and My money to work out a drivablity issue (that I think was caused be the transmision shop that did the clutch).

I am a big classic Pontiac Fan! A Fiero was the only "NEW" Pontiac I ever wanted.

I have a 57 Chieftain, a 63 Grand Prix, a 66 Catalina, a 69 GTO and a 77 Can Am all Pontiac's. As well as the three Fiero's at this time.

I keep My drive way full and that tends to keeps My walit empty! Wally


Welcome, I'm thinking you screen name should be Chief with all those Pontiacs.

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