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1987 V8 Pontiac Firefly on BAT in BC Canada

cammerjeff

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We used to see these Canadian versions of the Geo Metro occasionally around the Detroit area, haven't seen one in at least 10 years, my wife used to want one so she could put a Serenity plate on it.

A lot of work has gone into this one, if it were close to me I would probably own it just for the WTF factor to take to Norwalk's Tri-Power weekend this year.


No Reserve: Rear-Wheel-Drive 1987 Pontiac Firefly V8

No Reserve: Rear-Wheel-Drive 1987 Pontiac Firefly V8

No Reserve: Rear-Wheel-Drive 1987 Pontiac Firefly V8

No Reserve: Rear-Wheel-Drive 1987 Pontiac Firefly V8


I Like the welded arrowhead detail in the back, nice touch!




This picture shows the only thing (besides the rust) that I don't like about the car, how far to the left the pedals got pushed to fit the SBC into the car.

 

92 Sunbird LE

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Thanks for sharing Jeff, pretty much a drag car I would guess or a run around town car.

Heard of Firefly's but never seen one till today, in my NY street racing days , ran up on to its cousin the Suzuki Swift with a turbo against my 151 Pontiac Monza.

One guy posted in the comments he would stick with a 401 Gremlin instead of having a foot in the glove box , lol.


Doug in P.R. šŸ˜Ž
 

melsg5

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So this was a Suzuki import labeled as a Pontiac?
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