pictures were provided by customers who graciously agreed to display their
handiwork on this web site. There are some very nice cars and I hope they
provide food for thought. All customers are welcome to contribute photos
for display as long as space is available. (Note: Click on the photos
for an enlarged view.)
'86 SE has been modified to include a 3.4 liter engine. The black ground
effects look good with the new red paint. Aaron did a beautiful job.
SE has gray leather seats which set off the red paint job beautifully.
Really looks sharp! The only clue to the 3.4 liter engine is on the sail
of Ontario, Canada, provided this shot of the Pegasus hood decal on his
V-8 equipped '84 SE. Nice job Dusan!
Formula with original paint belongs to Al Melhinch. Note the louvers on
the rear window. Rare! Also note the factory original "Formula" decal
on the doors. These are hard to see, but they extend the full length of
the space between wheel wells. Also unusual are the Pegasus decals on
the sun roof.
provided this nice closeup of the new sail panels on his '85 SE. Chuck
chose plain black panels even though his originals were SE. A nice clean
'85 GT is beautifully maintained. Even the wheel wells are clean!
Denny's car which was for sale. Probably snapped up quickly! I believe
it is an '87 SE, which would be rare. Especially in silver. But I'm not
sure. His GT is in the background.
George Mudd's Formula. As you can see, everything about it shines.
George Mudd's Formula showing a clever solution to mask holes where the
"Pontiac" emblem originally installed. The "Formula" in the photo is a
decal which covers them!
a closeup of Greg Matthew's Formula with custom "Fiero" graphics on the
sail panels. Greg bought blank sail panels and separate letters and did
the work himself. Nice job!
'86 SE has substantial modifications to make it a GT. Check out the high
see the Pegasus sail panels in this photo of Harley's car.
coupe belongs to Ira Crummey of Newfoundland, Canada. Note the fender
decal. It is a Fiero logo in yellow, similar to the way Ferrari displays
their emblem. Ira has a great web page devoted to the 4-cylider Fiero
Phil Randolph's amazing turbocharged 3.8 Formula. Phil has sail panels
with the Fiero logo and "Supercharged" using the laser finish. (This finish
is no longer available.) For more information on Phil's car see the article
on page 84 of the May 2001 issue of Hot Rod magazine.
Sandy Iacuessa's beautiful '87 SE. Maybe all the rain in Tacoma, Washington,
is what keeps it looking so clean!
this closeup of the SE sail panel she installed herself. Nice job, Sandy!
provided this shot of his beautiful '86 SE/GT. The sail panels on Steve's
car are hard to see but have "GT" plus the Fiero logo in a "laser" finish.
(This finish is no longer available.)
show-winning '88 GT simply takes your breath away! "Stunning" is putting
it mildly. The decal on the front quarter says "GT 350" under the Fiero
logo. Check out the next photo to see why.
is a partial indication of why Tom Mordan walks away with trophies! Awesome!
Loomis provided this shot of his '85 coupe with new "Fiero" sail panels.
This is Jennifer Gilbert's prize-winning '85 GT. The picture does not do justice to the beautiful blue paint.
This is Joel Stup's '86 SE. Turbocharged!
This '85 GT belongs to Don Jones of Sparks, Nevada. Beautiful restoration!
These beautifully restored twin '86 SEs are by Russ Camp of Grants Pass, Oregon. The one on the right has a customized V8!
Bob Richardson's "Trick or Treat" Fiero is a feast of great mods!