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...the real Indy Pace Cars had a 2.7 liter Super Duty engines that produced 232 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 210 lb.-ft. of torque at 5500 rpm.

 
 

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Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: This infamous model is one that is cherished by many Fiero enthusiasts. Owned by GM, this vehicle was recently displayed at the 25th anniversary Fiero car show in Michigan, Detroit. It features a 200+ HP DOHC V-6 and resembles both the the fourth generation Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird. The styling on this model was a further evolution of the top-line 1988 GT. Note the deep body-side sculpture ending in an air scoop and sleek roof sail panel.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: The 1989-90 model also featured a separate compartment for the engine bay and one for the trunk, similar to the Toyota MR2.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990 
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: Dual headlamps.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: 3200 DOHC 24-valve V6 with a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990 
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: Underneath the front hood.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: Simplified headlight motors.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: Recessed door-handles.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: Dash.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: Interior.
Pontiac Fiero 1989-1990: Interior.
Pontiac Fiero 1989: Extremely rare photos of the late 1989 notchback model.
Pontiac Fiero 1984 Indy Pace Car: This vehicle was the first 4-cylinder Indy pace car since 1912 and also the first mid-engined pace car. It is the prototype for a series of 2000 replica pace cars produced and sold by Pontiac. Its 2.7L Super Duty 165 CID Pontiac engine pumps 234 HP (at 6500 RPM) with a Holley 2-barrel carburetor and makes speeds up to 136 MPH, which made it one of the fastest pace cars ever to run at Indy up to that date. Owned by GM, this model was recently displayed in the 25th anniversary Fiero car show in Michigan, Detroit.
Pontiac Fiero 1984 Indy Pace Car: Modifications to the actual Indy pace car include: Special roof ram-air intake for the 2.7L Super Duty 165 CID engine, new side and rear skirts and a functional rear-deck wing to add aerodynamic efficiency to the car, four tube headers and low restriction resonation exhaust, 16-inch aluminum wheels and Goodyear Eagle tires.
Pontiac Fiero 1984 Indy Pace Car: Centerline Rims.
Pontiac Fiero 1984 Indy Pace Car: Engine compartment.
Pontiac Fiero 1984 Indy Pace Car: Front compartment. 
Pontiac Fiero 1984 Indy Pace Car: Wide Body.
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG: The PPG Pace Car Program was created to showcase the capabilities of the car manufacturers and suppliers. Each PPG Pace Car is unique and has modified features that were either prototype or concept to the original car.
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG: Sold at Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG
Pontiac Fiero 1985 Indy PPG: Brochure cover.

 

 

 No matter where in the world it is today, each Fiero frame went through a 2.5 story Gilman mill-and-drill machine where its chassis was gauged at the tops and leading edges of both doors and centered cross-car, then drilled with 39 mounting points for the external body panels. This precision allowed panels to be fitted within ± 0.50mm. The entire process took less than 1 minute to complete.
 
 
 

 
 
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