I just watched the video of the 1990 Fiero Mock up build and it made me wonder if anyone has tried building a Fiero like the never produced 90? I understand things like the tail lights would be a big hurdle but with the skills and resources people on this forum possess I'm surprised I haven't seen anything.
It has quite a resemblance the Camaro but still not mid engine space frame. I guess I just wish there were a few around or they would have produced them so we had more options. But I guess it only being made for 4 years is what makes our cars different not like a Camaro where there are millions out there and made for close to 50 years.
Yes the GT as you see it was what would have entered production. In addition Pontiac also had the base coupe and Formula figured out also. There are some very low resolution pictures floating around of a silver base coupe and two Formulas that GM crushed around the late 20th century that were taken as they rotted in one of the big GM factory lots. The red GT prototype was also silver at one point to mimic the colors of the base and Formula models. The base and Formula models carried similar interiors and the same hood and headlight assemblies as the GT. They carried a larger belt line and a different style spoiler on the rear, in addition to the crazy amount of differences externally than the then-currently produced Fieros.
Hopefully some much better quality images of the base and Formula models will eventually surface one day. I can guess that they're probably out there somewhere and are either forgotten or being withheld for some reason. And I for one can't understand the once-secrecy these cars had in the early 2000s.
Edit: here are the 89/1990 coupe and Formula models. The base is the first car and the Formulas are the other two (Formulas having the black roofs). All three have been killed off. A lot of Buick Reatta styling can be seen in these cars.
[This message has been edited by Fiero84Freak (edited 05-05-2014).]