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by Jay Traugott
An over-the-top concept leftover from the Eighties is some Fiero fanboy's dream ride.
The old Pontiac Fiero was always a bit of a let-down. It was weak on power and even worse on quality. Yet it still has a devout following even to this day. Those Fiero fans will undoubtedly find themselves drooling a bit over this: a 1988 Concept 2000 GT. Supposedly it was a GM prototype of some sort that never made it to production. Or it’s simply a kit car, though its eBay seller denies that. Power comes from a twin-turbo V6 that’s paired to a six-speed manual. It’s also street legal with only 16,000 miles on the odometer.
We’ll admit that before today we’ve never heard of such a GM prototype, but it’s very clear that its guts come from the Fiero. Hell, even the interior layout is nearly the same. What we dig about it is its distinct Eighties styling, kind of like something that would be featured in a "Robocop" film. And for $22,000 it can be all yours.