Can't figure out what to make of this Fiero that popped up on eBay. 1985 SE with 87/88 Coupe nose, non-cross lace rims, Formula badging on the side, and equipped with the V6. Here's the link to the ad! Click
In 1985 the 2M6 option was pretty much a Formula for that year as it came with the GT WS6 suspension, V6 Engine and with the SE package had the GT like interior.
Some one just put the later bumpers on this one. You can even see how the front one is faded different.
I have a 2M6 SE 1985 and I picked it over the GT at the dealer as it was cheaper and had more options than the GT. The dealer even swapped deck lids for me so I got the wing and the GT got the luggage rack.
Looking back at times I had wish I had got the GT but in the end I did my own thing with some parts that are pretty rare today and I have no regrets.
Note the number of the V6 SE is much less than what is listed as there were not all that many sold. Mine even was a Canadian version that made it even more rare for what it's worth. Just not much demand for Canadian V6 SE Fiero's LOL! .
[This message has been edited by hyperv6 (edited 10-09-2015).]
I knew that but we're any of the bumper pad cars equipped with the V6 from the factory? And could any aero nose aside from the Indy be equipped with the I4?
The bumperpad 85 SE was available with the 2.8 V-6. In 86, the SE had the aero bodywork, other than the ground effects being black, it was identical to the 85 GT exterior. The 2.5 I4 Duke was also available in 86 (and maybe 87) in the SE, and had the twin trumpet exhaust like the V-6.
And yes, the 85 V-6 SE bumperpad (which could be had with the greatly over-rated WS6 suspension) could be compared to the Formula in concept, although the SE had an interior that was much nicer than the 85 base coupe, unlike the Formula's rather Spartan base coupe interior.
[This message has been edited by olejoedad (edited 10-10-2015).]