Well, I was at Wally World today, and I saw a black SE sitting in the parking lot. Nothing fancy, just a mildly faded aero SE, with some unusual square tubing sticking out of the back bumper on both sides of the car. I'm not sure what they were for, but that is besides the point. Well, I came out of Wally World and the Fiero was gone. So I'm leaving, and lo and behold what do I see at Dunham's Sports? That black SE, the owner, and a store employee loading something interesting into,.....er....onto the Fiero. LOL
All I can say is FAIL. There is no way that thing was going to sit on there with those little red strings while the guy drove home.
Tony Kania Member
Posts: 20794 From: The Inland Northwest Registered: Dec 2008
Wow! The most that I have ever hauled was a total of 4 people (including me), two in the pass seat and one sitting on the console with her head out the sunroof... Its not really cargo, everything fit in the car and didnt have to be strapped down. Guess thats why I also own a truck.
(I know *someone* has hauled more people)
Posts: 8448 From: south charleston WV 25309 Registered: Feb 2002
judging from the rear bumper and lack of ground effects, that isnt a SE at all, thats a 87-88 coupe, i could tell which year it was if there was a straight shot of the rear bumper, but just wanted to point out that it isnt a SE, and infact isnt an aero car.
definatly an interesting way to haul their boat though.
Posts: 930 From: Fort Worth,TX Registered: Sep 2008
i'm expecting to show up in a pic somewhere like that one. i just finished my deck and with my truck down i picked up the last of the decking in my gt. someone pulled up beside me and snapped a pic of the decking sticking out of my sunroof a few hours ago.