A Pontiac Fiero powered by a Mitsubishi 4G63 motor and riding on a chassis built from scratch may not sound like something you’d want to drive, but this video shows us that when such a project is done right it can be one hell of a performance machine.
One of the things we like about the “Death Fiero” is that it supposedly drives as mean as it looks. We like to think that the bolted-on matte black finish with exposed rear-end is something that inspired the name. Another aspect that we appreciate is the customization and fabrication that went into this Fiero. You might think that the driveline and chassis were the majority of the work, but every component was thought out, including the C4 Corvette brakes, custom control arms, and Meghan Racing coil overs. The builder, Mike, even welded the roll cage himself.
We wouldn’t mind taking this thing around the track a few times ourselves, and while the manual brakes and steering would really have us involved, we’d have no complaints. What are your impressions of this all-wheel drive, turbocharged Fiero? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.