RetiredNavy1's 1986 Pontiac FieroThis car got it's name from an actual brake fire. After experimenting with our 1984 Fiero, we learned that 1984 wasn't a good year for the Fiero. We searched for and found an '86 to own. Well, after a thorough cleaning, some routine maintenance, and not too much money, we were able to drive the car. Bought new tires and had a brake job done. Well, lo' and behold, the sorry ass mechanic pinched my brake lines. Of course, they ruptured, and whalah, we have ourselves a "FireBall". All has been repaired and ths car is a blast to drive.