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Fiero with a body kit at Harry's in Allentown by The_Stickman2
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Just thought I would let anyone that might be interested to know that a yellow Fiero with a Ferrari Testarosa body kit is sitting in Harry's U-Pullit lot in Allentown pa. Looks like a 355 nose as well. Just saw it from the road.
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Hey Neal, long time no hear from ya. Hope that all is well with you and Dawn! Carlisle seems to be coming on strong in the last few years with over 50 Fieros there last year. We miss ya!. I go to Harrys occasionally and sometimes odd things show up there. Hope that someone goes to New Ringwald, PA and grabs this rarity.

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Hey Neal, long time no hear from ya. Hope that all is well with you and Dawn! Carlisle seems to be coming on strong in the last few years with over 50 Fieros there last year. We miss ya!. I go to Harrys occasionally and sometimes odd things show up there. Hope that someone goes to New Ringwald, PA and grabs this rarity.


Eh migraines still hammering away at me. Worse if anything. Dawn is ok. I am into Hearses now. I might make Carlisle with my 96 this year. Not sure as there is a local show we tend to make that weekend.
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Not to crank anything up, Stickman, but as a kid I had a 45 or 50 year old neighbor who suffered half his life with terrible migraines. He was cured, permanently of the malady by a chiropractor.
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Not to crank anything up, Stickman, but as a kid I had a 45 or 50 year old neighbor who suffered half his life with terrible migraines. He was cured, permanently of the malady by a chiropractor.


Tried a chiropractor.. Worked great like the first two times. But each time it came back hard later that day. I kept at it for some time but eventually nothing came of it. I saw no reason to continue spending money on something that didn't work.
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Stick an my wife has had migraines for over 20 years. They used to be much worse but one thing that really helped was something a special in Boston told her when we lived up north. Cut down/eliminate red sauce and tomatoes.
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A guy I work with has had them for quite some time. Been going to doctors for about 3 years now trying to figure out what was wrong. He finally went to a specialist 3 weeks ago, and they found just a little blockage in his neck. A shot a day for 2 weeks and he has no more migraines
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Back to the subject of the post......... is anyone able to get a picture of the car and post it?
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Back to the subject of the post......... is anyone able to get a picture of the car and post it?


Wow.,,,, I have Allentown Housing Authority as a business client. They only call 2 or 3 times a year but NOW would be a good time. I've been to Harry's before.
Allentown's a little far for a free courtesy visit.

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I checked Harry's U-pull-it under "Pontiac" a week ago and it didn't show up, but just now, under "Fiero" it showed up....1984 Fiero, Yellow....No pic tho.....
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I checked Harry's U-pull-it under "Pontiac" a week ago and it didn't show up, but just now, under "Fiero" it showed up....1984 Fiero, Yellow....No pic tho.....


The one I saw was Yellow.
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Would you believe it. This morning my Allentown client called for service. I may be going up there Wednesday. I'll check it out and take some pics. Anything special I should be taking a pic of.?

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Would you believe it. This morning my Allentown client called for service. I may be going up there Wednesday. I'll check it out and take some pics. Anything special I should be taking a pic of.?

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I'm curious whats all left. Any pics i'd appreciate.
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I might be out there next week to pick up a piece of furniture. Have to stop by and take a look too.
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Okay I got the job go-ahead for tomorrow in allentown. I'll take care of business first and play in the bone-yard later. I'll get lots of pics.

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I just got back from Harry's U=Pull-it. Long day. I'll post later this evening with my results. Teaser ,,it has a 3.8-SC in it

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Real question is anything left, I am off tomorrow and can go scavange everything
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Real question is anything left, I am off tomorrow and can go scavange everything


Yeah there's stuff left that I wasn't prepared to get without help. Label on inner fender says MY8 trans but I know that's not what's in it. I'm posting pics in a few minutes.

By the way I pulled a complete 3800 harness with tags still attached, with ECM, A set of headers (looks like SkiTimes) that don't even have any soot in them. All the bolts were only screwed half way in, as If he took a lunch break and never came back. No muffler or pipe so he was in the process of running exhaust. These headers go the conventional way.

I could barely keep a straight face when he said $62.00 for everything!!

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Pics from Harry's U-Pull.-it. I don't think more than 10 are allowed so I'll do multiple posts.

















More coming....

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More pics..



















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Body parts are toast. Car was left in sun for over 9 years. Fiberglass is split. Poor job of molding parts together, Some of the yellow is 3 diff shades due to sun.
The seats look brand new. Somebody needs to get these soon. Passenger door is off so exposures going to destroy them. I didn't want to take everything.

My interior pics make these seats appear to be faded due to high sun overhead. If anybody can identify the trans let somebody know. It has 2 parts so it's not a Fiero trans. S/C spins but has a rough spot. No A/c compressor but it was an A/c car.

More pic's coming.

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Fiero pics




















Somebody needs to grab these seats.!!!

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Even more pics. Sorry about the angles.





















More yet.....

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More pics of Fiero at U-Pull-it in Allentown, Pa.



Now for the stuff I pick up.
This harness was completely assembled and installed. Still had the ID tags on the connectors. This is for the high mount alternator.



If anyone knows who made these headers let me know. There's not a bit of soot inside of them. Virtually brand new & the harness as well. I was expecting to bargain down on price until he said $62 total. The yard guy said the car isn't even worth crushing.



All pics have been posted. Any questions just ask.

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More pics of Fiero at U-Pull-it in Allentown, Pa.



Now for the stuff I pick up.
This harness was completely assembled and installed. Still had the ID tags on the connectors. This is for the high mount alternator.



If anyone knows who made these headers let me know. There's not a bit of soot inside of them. Virtually brand new & the harness as well. I was expecting to bargain down on price until he said $62 total. The yard guy said the car isn't even worth crushing.



All pics have been posted. Any questions just ask.

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Edit to add, those wheels next to the Fiero look like Cadillac CTS wheels. There was one a few cars away.



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Yeah there's stuff left that I wasn't prepared to get without help. Label on inner fender says MY8 trans but I know that's not what's in it. I'm posting pics in a few minutes.

By the way I pulled a complete 3800 harness with tags still attached, with ECM, A set of headers (looks like SkiTimes) that don't even have any soot in them. All the bolts were only screwed half way in, as If he took a lunch break and never came back. No muffler or pipe so he was in the process of running exhaust. These headers go the conventional way.

I could barely keep a straight face when he said $62.00 for everything!!

Spoon



Can't decide if this was a leftover and scrap or a project that never got finished and why. Was considering buying the drop out depending on price. Was excited for front bumper until it was all molded together. Cluster leads me to believe its an 84 car. I can see door panels may be forth a couple bucks, seats, Tstat housing, and possibly mounts. Though you got the grail with headers, and Harness.
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It appears a project that never got finished . Shift cables just waiting to be connected, clutch slave hanging on hose & not connected, ECM not mounted, just as pic shown, etc... Definitely an 84 bare bones especially with the economy MY8 label.
Grab what you can. If you don't need the trans, let me know which one it is and maybe ,, well I'll wait and see. I would of pulled it but my helpers in FL on vacation.

Good pickings!!

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Good to see that the prime parts are not going to waste and the price was excellent. Its a shame but this could have been a good car had it not been left to be abandoned and rot. The headers are IMO West Coast Fiero products. If they are as I suspect they have a reputation of not being real effective to horsepower but they will save you time and money fabricating an exhaust.

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Good to see that the prime parts are not going to waste and the price was excellent. Its a shame but this could have been a good car had it not been left to be abandoned and rot. The headers are IMO West Coast Fiero products. If they are as I suspect they have a reputation of not being real effective to horsepower but they will save you time and money fabricating an exhaust.



Good to hear from you Dennis. I've just about got my harness finished and this comes along. I'm going to remove my 2 power logs and put these headers on. Like you said, saves a lot of fabrication.

Before..



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Nice score man thanks for the pics!

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