Fieros towed backwards has been done many times before. Ed Parks the founder of the Fiero Factory did all of his tows that way, some from as far as 1000 miles away. IMO it will work but is not the best idea. If you have a severely out of alignment front end the car will not tow straight and you are relying on the steering wheel lock to keep the front tires locked in place and from "steering". For a short distance I'd say go for it but have a rider keep a watchful eye on the towed vehicle to see that its towing straight. The challenge as I see it is keeping the rear on the tow dolly without the rear wheels that normally sit there. You can reinstall the cradle hubs, struts, tie rods and wheels but you will need two outer axle cups and axle nuts to keep the bearing hubs from separating.
Best idea is to price and hire a flatbed.
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