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Flood Wipes Out Pontiac Fiero Collection in Michigan

SANFORD, MICHIGAN – The 80’s might be long gone, but remnants of the 80s’ remained, until this week in a small car dealership in Sanford.  Fieros Forever is a shop that specialized in the 1980’s ultimate “chick” car, the Pontiac Fiero.   Last night after flooding in Sandford Subsided, the building was destroyed and the neighborhood was littered with mid-80’s classic Pontiac Fieros.  Today, Jim Roberts, a reporter for the Detroit News shared some after shots of the disaster.

Posted by David Scholl on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

 

Rising Water Overtakes Pontiac Fieros in Sanford, MI

Heartbreaking to watch as water rushes into downtown Sanford, Michigan on May 19th, 2020. The water quickly began washing away several Pontiac Fieros at Fieros Forever, Michigan. Water rapidly rose in the small town after earthdam was washed away nearby.

Posted by TC Vortex on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

 

 

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