Fierro-based Zimmer Quicksilver was objectively terrible, but we would have fully handled it

Now, here's what you don't see every day. It is listed in our classifieds, hence the 1986 Pontiac Fiero. However, as you can see, the explanation can be a bit misleading. In fact, it's a Zimmer Quicksilver, built on a mid-engined Fiero Coupe Gut, but significantly modified by the Zimmer Motorcars Corporation into a facility in Pompano Beach, Florida. And what you see here looks like a really good deal for a very rare car.  I don't know what the most popular starting point was for kit and custom cars in the 80s and 90s, but it has to be Fiero or air-cooled vintage. The Volkswagen Beetle .. Fiero-based cars generally followed the design direction of the acclaimed Italian stallion. Lamborghini Countach. The Quicksilver is a completely different beast, with over a foot of extra wheelbase added in front of the A-pillar to create a dramatic, high and low silhouette. - lined interior.  General Motors' stock 2.8-liter V6 engine is combined with a 3-speed automatic transmission that delivers 140 horsepower and 170 Nm of torque to the rear wheels. In a normal driving test, it took just over 10 seconds to drive 0-60. It's awful today, but not that bad in the mid 80's. As far as we know, around 170 Quicksilver were produced between 1984 and 1988. This is not a coincidence, but in the same year. Produces Pontiac Fiero.  The 1986 Zimmer Quicksilver shown here costs $ 18,495, which is just under 30,000 miles on the odometer. Not many Zimmer Quicksilver are on sale today, but those sold over the years suggest that a price under $ 20,000 is a reasonable asking price. It can be a fun and quirky addition to your garage, and if nothing else, you won't see anything else in your hometown. car show ..

Now, here's what you don't see every day. It is listed in our classifieds, hence the 1986 Pontiac Fiero. However, as you can see, the explanation can be a bit misleading. In fact, it's a Zimmer Quicksilver, built on a mid-engined Fiero Coupe Gut, but significantly modified by the Zimmer Motorcars Corporation into a facility in Pompano Beach, Florida. And what you see here looks like a really good deal for a very rare car.

I don't know what the most popular starting point was for kit and custom cars in the 80s and 90s, but it has to be Fiero or air-cooled vintage. The Volkswagen Beetle .. Fiero-based cars generally followed the design direction of the acclaimed Italian stallion. Lamborghini Countach. The Quicksilver is a completely different beast, with over a foot of extra wheelbase added in front of the A-pillar to create a dramatic, high and low silhouette. - lined interior.

General Motors' stock 2.8-liter V6 engine is combined with a 3-speed automatic transmission that delivers 140 horsepower and 170 Nm of torque to the rear wheels. In a normal driving test, it took just over 10 seconds to drive 0-60. It's awful today, but not that bad in the mid 80's. As far as we know, around 170 Quicksilver were produced between 1984 and 1988. This is not a coincidence, but in the same year. Produces Pontiac Fiero.

The 1986 Zimmer Quicksilver shown here costs $ 18,495, which is just under 30,000 miles on the odometer. Not many Zimmer Quicksilver are on sale today, but those sold over the years suggest that a price under $ 20,000 is a reasonable asking price. It can be a fun and quirky addition to your garage, and if nothing else, you won't see anything else in your hometown. car show ..

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