Yeah... Yorker's is nice... And actually exact stock of mine except for his lumbar controls on his seats. Even down to the gold web rims....
Wow, seems like you really scoped out his car, I really trip out when I see an 86 GT fastback with the white and silver, and grey interior all stock, I always forget what my car looked like, but its always nice to see how far we have taken them!
Okay , that is the last of the photos that I took from our Annual BBQ, we had a really good collection of Fiero's and 17 that made it, hope everyone has enjoyed checking them out. Thanks again to everyone who came !!!
whos ride is this?? this is one of the best fieros around!!!
I am Gregorio from Fieros of San Diego Along with the President Fakhri, we both put on the Annual FIeros of S.D BBQ. As for your question, I am the builder and Owner of the Fiero. I really appreciate your compliment, this is over 15 years of work and I am very proud of her. I finished her back in 2004, other than a change in paining her again in another custom color this is how she has looked since. This girl is timeless , As for the engine back in 1998 I did a 3.4, built out and swapped, I think I have less than 40K on the engine. All though its solid, I am looking at some other options to put into her and keep current with all the cars coming out. Other than that, I am perfectly happy with her.
Sourmug- I cant tell you how many times Ive been pulled over, never for a citation, but just out of interest, so as for legality, well I am personally more concerned with A-holes in 60K cars with all the the legalities in check who drive like idiots. Its not the car that gets into accidents, its the reckless driver who doesn't look, and doesn't signal who ends up causing the most danger. P.S. I always use my signals : )
I would love to see some more pics and info on the t-top that has wind deflectors, like the sunroof cars do. It kind of looks like it might just be a modified Fiero sunroof deflector. I'm really curious as to how it is attached. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.