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It Came from eBay Hell: V6 Powered Ferrari Fiero-rossa auf Deustchland zukommt

Suppose you are a used car buyer in Germany, with €9,990 (US$13,199) to spend on some new wheels. Would you - even in your darkest, most masochistic hour - consider buying this...this thing? Let’s run down the list of why you shouldn’t buy this car:

1. It’s a Pontiac Fiero. Yes, it’s mid-engined and built in the good ol’ U.S.A., but it was built in the good ol’ U.S.A. in the 1980s and has a body made of plastic. That’s like saying, “She’s Latino and has a great body, but she has rotten teeth and herpes.”

2. The proprietor has made a few changes, including the addition of Ferrari Testarossa-fashion aspect strakes and a pair of Lotus Type forty seven-inspired snorkels that seem like they?Re fabricated from antique drainpipes. Classy.

3. The charge is ludicrous. You can select up an immaculate, first technology Toyota MR2 for half of that. And a dozen better motors, besides.

More worrying than the above although is the V6 change the proprietor has achieved and the reality the registration papers have expired. Why? Well, it?S a Fiero. Fiero owners, by using their very nature, hardly ever make their motors ?Higher?. And the expired registration papers suggest, to me at least, that the automobile is no longer roadworthy.

So, expensive readers, I depart it as much as you. Is this V6-engined Ferrari-wannabe a God or a dog? Your verdict, gents and girls...

* That’s, “from Germany” for those not as savvy with Google Translate as moi.

By Tristan Hankins

Link: eBay Germany

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