Spring Startup of The 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT 2009

Stored since the fall of 2008, its time to move the Fiero. Startup and park in the driveway with a quick tour.

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Introduction to my 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT
This is the introductory video for my 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT. I'll be changing both rear wheel bearings and installing a Rodney Dickman steering rack bushing and inner tie-rod end. Once mechanically all set, I'll be painting the car, so I'll do quite a bit of sanding and I'll base coat/clear coat back to black. You can find out more about the car at it's website: http://www.butchthecat.com/88fiero/index.html The quick and dirty, I purchased the car in 2002 with 49,000 miles. It now as about 64k miles and is stored winters. It is a well optioned late 1988 year car and is very fun to drive.





Awesome yard find, sweet older unknown engine.
Start of the series, I'll go through the tear down and reassembly of this motor and get it to run!





4th Motor Video - Gas Tank and pushrods
The ongoing journey of this motor and its tear down and rebuilt, this time we take off the gas tank, air ducting, and check out the push rods





3rd Motor Video - Crank Cover Surprise!
The 3rd installment of this series, we keep tearing apart this motor. Still don't know what it is, but it will come eventually. Even I am surprised in this video...you can watch the hamster wheels grinding as I figure stuff out.




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