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The Woodighini: How To Turn a Pontiac Fiero Into a Lamborghini Reventon

Posted in Bizarre, Car Photography, Car Tech, Design, Lamborghini, Pontiac, Videos by Vito Rispo | September 22nd, 2008 | 4 Responses |

A 1987 Pontiac Fiero?

Canadians are interesting people. Woody, a 33 year old steel fabricator from Canada, decided to turn an 87 Fiero that he bought for $60 into a Lamborghini Reventon lookalike. Motorfoot.com has the whole story.

Apparently, he saw a real Lambo and decided he had to have it, so set to morphing his Fiero with steel. He used steel instead of the easier to use fiberglass because that’s what he’s used to working with. All that steel adds about 1000 pounds to the normally 2500 pound Fiero. Judging from the pics, though, he’s doing a great job. Here they are:

The engine is a 350 small block Chevy, and the transmission is a new GM 6 speed standard, the same one they put in the G6 GT.

Not really a video, just more of a picture gallery set to music:

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4 Responses

  1. phil says:

    Someone should slap him.

  2. Jeremy says:

    Awesome! It doesn’t matter if you do it in steel, fiberglass, or cardboard… This is a cool looking project. As long as it rides and drives when it’s done, it is awesome!
    Good for you, Woody! I hope it all comes together for you in the end.

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  4. H&L audio salem Or says:

    I have have been around and built many show vehicles the last 20 years, but i must say you have amazing fabrication skills,imagination,vision,and attention to detail.Keep up the great work looks like a fun project.