Ferrari 328 (Fiero rebody) for sale – $4500

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328 (Fiero rebody) for sale $4500

1985 Ferrari 328 kit car

The car is approximately 80% completed, and sits on a 1985 Fiero GT donor The project has been garage-kept its inception and even though it has not driven on public highways (it itself just fine in and out of the it has been started and idled up to temperature every month or

The fiberglass panels for my project purchased from someone who one of the infamous Fejer kits. of the non-fiberglass parts of the car have professionally fabricated or are actual OEM parts.

The donor vehicle is a 1985 Fiero GT (4-speed, PW/PM, with 75,728 original on the engine and car. In fact, I had it and drove it for a short time taking it off the road to undergo its

Since it is built on a Fiero the car can be registered as a Pontiac Fiero – are no tricky governmental “kit hoops you have to jump As far as DMV is concerned, the car is classified as a “rebody” custom body panels, no to the chassis itself) and can be registered and as a Pontiac Fiero – no funny

As I was planning on keeping this car completion (and not resale), spared no expense in time or to make a high-quality replica some nice one-off Many aspects of the original kit been modified to make it a genuine replica:

• OEM Ferrari and grilles (right down to the plate lights) — $2000 in receipts provided

• functional and custom fabricated air intake scoops (enlarged to size from the meager kit the driver’s side is molded into air box (as Ferrari)

• chin spoiler, nose, sail panel, rear panels — all modified to replicate original Ferrari (see pics)

• steel extensions fabricated and added to frame and support longer body style

• custom-designed braces installed from to body in many places body is solid — not other squeaky, chattering kits we’ve all seen around

• moved fuel neck and cap to within sail (as Ferrari)

• moved battery front tray (as Ferrari)

A few modifications I made to make the lines more smooth and

• electric deck lid lock (no keyhole in decklid — the is in the front!)

• door latches within body beltline


• sail panel

• Ocelot stainless steel system

• gas struts for deck lid

An project to take over

I the entire project chronicled over 600 images in 3 full-sized albums and two notebooks that the date, time and specific done during each of the build. If that’s not enough, I have a Microsoft Excel that correlates the work each day in the log books with the images in the photo albums. I have a spreadsheet tracked my and supply expenditures as the build

This is the perfect project for who doesn’t want to get into all the or structural issues that of the other models require all, anyone who knows the knows its crashworthiness comes the chassis and not the body panels).

documented over 1000 and $11,000 in materials (including $2000 in OEM Ferrari parts) in the As mentioned previously, I’d its completion at 80%; the major of the car yet to be completed are the wheels suspension, view mirrors, interior (I was to change it, but it could be left and, of course, paint.

I also have many interior pieces (probably 1.5 worth – a full set, and a partial tan set) I am willing to add as a sweetener to the sale, as

You can see over 600 images of the project on the fan page I made:

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