Flood Wipes Out Pontiac Fiero Collection in Michigan

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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






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