1986 Zimmer Quicksilver.

December 24, 2011

14 comments

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

no info about the car?

Justin said...

Holy crap! I LOVE these. So futuristic and stylish.

cam.man67 said...

That's um...an interesting Fiero...

Matheus Marques said...

My Goodness, that's incredibly awesome!

Love this.

Anonymous said...

Looking back, this is a stunning vehicle.

erdobaz said...

never heard - never seen before. one of the best findings of 2011.

CSS said...

Incredible! I knew one of these in Brazil.
This car was built from a Pontiac Fiero platform and has two seats and a V-6 "mid-engine". 170 units was built.

The Professor said...

HAH! I've seen one of these in LA but all I have to show for it is a lousy cell phone shot. The one I saw was even worse: brown.

joey said...

With an Hawaii plate on the front no less.

Anonymous said...

Awesome!! Check into the Fiero, pop a supercharged 3.8 gran am V6 in there - oddball enough for me - I WANT ONE..!! Install a fire suppression system though, that can be a prob

Anonymous said...

That is one attention grabbing car that I wouldn't mind spending money on!

jakob hartel schwarz said...

astonishing. Who designed this automobile? It's a baroque swansong to the last mack as he trips over liberache's coke mirror.

Will said...

Friday harbor , wa?

alanmoore78 said...

As much as the 3800SC would move this car I think it needs something a little more sedate but not without balls. I say a 4.9L PFI Cadillac engine, from 93-95 or so. Still has 200+hp, has gobs of torque, no supercharger whine, V8 exhaust tone.