I broke my back in 2010 and the doc told me I'd never ride a motorcycle again. After 6 years of pining away to get back up on 2 wheels, I came across a Triker Building forum. There I discovered a new way for me to get into the wind, and I'm in the process of building a trike right now. To that end, I have, thanks to Internet_man, I found you guys. I'm parting out 1984 Pontiac Fiero. All I need off of it is the drive train (engine/trans/differential/rear axle/radiator/blah/blah/blah). The rest of it is completely up for grabs. The ONLY parts not included (already sold) are the seat belts, and both seats (Internet_man beat you to it).
Listen....I'm extremely serious here....I need one thing: a power house with drive train. The car I'm parting out should actually be restored, it's in that good of condition. It honestly breaks my heart to slaughter her just for the drive train. If someone makes a serious offer for the entire beast, they can have her....on the condition that the offer includes an Iron Duke with drive train so I can build my trike.
KNOWN ISSUES: locks are destroyed, doors/trunk clutch is bad and needs replacing (since I'm keeping that, it's my problem) driver's seat torn (already sold, Internet_man is aware of the problems)
That's it...she runs...she functions. I'm selling every scrap I don't need or it's going to the junk yard as scrap, and that's really a shame. I'm HOPING that you guys here on this forum are more than willing to keep the heritage of this American made machine alive. Any interested parties can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or through PM here. I am located in Roscommon, MI it you decide you want something off of my car.
I may need the following pasts. My 84 is going into the shop Monday to see what it needs to get the A/C working. Years ago I changed it to a one speed fan motor because I didn't want to pay for a new two speed fan and couldn't afford to fix the A/C anyway.
If your 84 has air I need: 2 speed fan switch and the two wire connector with enough wire to splice it in. This is mounted on the motor. The fan relay with enough wire to splice it in. Located under the drivers headlight. I forgot if it's 5 or 6 wires on the connectors. The fan shroud that covers almost all of the radiator with the motor.
All must be in good working order. No cracked or broken parts. I'll be painting and cleaning the parts so I don't care what they look like, but the all must be solid and in good working order.