Alex4umla invited a bunch of South Fl Fiero drivers to meet at the Cars & Coffee show in Boynton Beach Fl. We had 10 Fieros show up and after the show we cruised south to a spot along the intra-coastal waterway. Heading south, lead footed Alex was speeding 35 in a 35 zone. When we got to our parking spot, this happened.
I was shown the front end of the car while lead footed Alex was laughing.
ACTUALLY Officer Paul Shersty of the Highland Beach Police was kind enough to go along with FAKE arrest.
Pics, video, humor, and this makes me forget the temp. outside right now
Thanks for sharing
Hop in the car and head south on I-95 and stop 1100 miles later and join the show. We are probably going to do it again next month but keep in mind that we will be in the winter Miami months and the temp will probably be in the lower 80's
I tried so hard to make this my first official Fiero gathering. Dean spent many of hours trying to help me get it sorted out so I could attend. It was just not in the cards with the brake problems I was having the day before.
Then to see the awesome pictures of everyone being "busted", and then the drone footage, you are not making me feel any better here folks! LOL!
Looked like a great get together and thanks for sharing all the pictures!
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Not just the $100,000+ toys but a nice collection of the usual Vettes, Mudstains, street rods, muscle cars and ONE lonely V8 Fiero.
I also work for a guy that puts on car shows by the name of -- https://www.facebook.com/pg...7607005368123/posts/ Our next show will be at the Hialeah Race Track on August 27. Flyer for this show is on the website as I am the one that post all the videos and pictures.
Come on out and look me up. I will be one of 5 guys wearing a BLUE shirt with the word STAFF on the back.
I wasn't a huge fan of the G1 dash as it just repackages the clunky old 80s gauges. But I installed a Sunbird turbo tach in a couple of them for customers and it really does improve the look of the stock gauges dramatically.