I have been into Fieros ever since I spotted a black/silver 85GT back in grade school. So after owning a few and learning to work on them, I finally decided to take the plunge and build a high performance Fiero to see what they could do.
I started thinking about what I wanted to do to a Fiero and came up with a very detailed list on what I thought would make a Fiero look cool and perform well. After I had my list together, I fooled around with a couple of paint schemes and settled on a two tone black and bronze to give it a sinister look as well as make it a sleeper. This is the first Fiero I have ever seen with this color scheme so hopefully it will be unique. To the left is the concept, this is my goal for the project.
I picked up my 1988 Formula Fiero last year and drove it daily because it was just such a sweet car. I liked the fact that it had a 5spd Getrag Transmission, no power windows, no power locks, no power mirrors, etc... This means the car is lighter and I would not have to mess with those wiring systems when doing the engine swap.
This is what my Fiero currently looks like. Bone Stock, ready to be taken to the next level.
I dropped off my Fiero to Loyde Rascoe in DFW. He owns and operates "FAST FIEROS of Dallas". If you need just about anything done to your Fiero, he is the man to call. He also does engine swaps and performance modifications to late model "W Body" GM Cars such as Pontiac Grand Prix, Chevy Impala, and Buick Park Avenue among others. He is doing my Engine Swap and Brake, Suspension, and Performance Upgrades.
**UPDATE - Loyde will be done NEXT WEEK!! Unfortunately I had to miss the Red River Ruckus Redo Fiero meeting here in Texas. See page 2 for a pic of my Engine.
►SUSPENSION, WHEELS, TIRES, BRAKES◄