If Six Were Twelve: This Ferrari Enzo–Aping Pontiac Fiero Can Be Yours For Just $6000!

Fiero Enzo Fiero When General Motors launched the Pontiac Fiero, with its mid-engined architecture and easily replaceable plastic body panels, it had to have known that some enterprising homebrew artists would quickly adapt Ferrari-esque coachwork to their new sports car.

Fiero Enzo Fiero What they couldn’t have imagined when the car went on sale toward the end of 1983 is the mighty Ferrari Enzo, a car almost two decades in the future. Not as pretty as the 288GTO or as ’90s outré as the F50, the LaFerrari’s dad remains a hugely impressive machine, even if it’s not as aesthetically glorious as many vehicles of the Maranello concern’s past. Fiero Enzo Fiero But when the unimaginable meets the probable, you get something like this: a V-6–powered 1986 Fiero with Enzo-reminiscent bodywork. While the Fiero made for a decent-ish 308 and an okay Lamborghini Countach, the Pontiac’s compact dimensions simply don’t square with the Enzo’s length, resulting in a compressed-accordion effect. We’re also big fans of the prominent “V12” badging, because wishful thinking has a curious way of doubling one’s cylinder count.



On the bright side, the seller’s only asking $6K for this one-of-a-kind Fienzo. It is, however, a bit of a ran-when-parked situation. According to the Craigslist ad, it “needs a tune up after sitting for eight years.” As a bonus, you can tune up a whole Fiero for the price of an Enzo’s lugnut. Buy it now and have it ready for Pebble Beach! 00a0a_60IUfN4sbmn_600x450

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