This year we will honor the “Best Interpretation” of a ‘88 Fiero Formula. The Formula option offered the exciting performance of the Fiero GT in a more affordable notchback body style package. The “Best Interpretation” could be either a completely original Fiero or a wildly modified Fiero; it is up to you, as this will be a peer judged award so each show attendee will get to choose the car that they feel is the “Best Interpretation”. The only requirement for winning is that this Fiero must be based on the ‘88 Formula!
2016 Shows: Dells Run (June 2nd-5th) Minnisota Fieros Forever (June 18th) Michigan Fiero Club (July 18th) Tyler Shipman Show (July 30th) Heartland Show (September 3rd) Fierorama (September 11th)
The winner at each of these six shows will be able to attend Fierorama on Sunday, September 11th to compete for the “Best In The Midwest” competition for the Best Interpretation of an ‘88 Formula in the Midwest.
[This message has been edited by 87 Pegasus (edited 05-15-2016).]
Pictures? Yes, I have plenty of pictures. If it is important to YOU, they’re readily available on the internet.
Walk around video? I don’t have one and it is not important to me to have one. Maybe someone else does?
Would you be willing to put your car up on a hoist to check the detail of the undercarriage? Don’t need to. Seen it enough times to know what a low mileage, rust free chassis looks like that I have detailed the crap out for the show(s) that requires it. But my Formula is not a trailer queen, like I suspect yours is, by the nature of your questions. I actually drive mine to Fiero events and other shows so it could probably need a good cleaning to remove the “road” off it. Can’t say I have been to any car show with a hoist as a part of the judging unless it was lifted onto a portable dyno.
The “Best in the Midwest” competition for the Best Interpretation of an ‘88 Formula in the Midwest is a Fiero people judged show, not points, which I have competed in for years. At any given show, participant’s bias can and will enter into that “interpretation”. Please define “interpretation” as I am sure mine and everyone else‘s if different.
There are a lot of nice Formulas, (stocks, customs, and modifieds), that I am familiar with that will be competing in this year’s class. I can guarantee no one is a for sure no matter how nice YOU think your car is. Not even sure I should put on the original low mileage wheels and Eagle GT +4s. Half the rims are late 87 wheels re-purposed from the factory for 88s. When all is said and done, I will get in the car and take a not so leisurely drive home. It will prove to be an interesting and fun year.