Here’s one hand built German tuner car, currently for sale on eBay Germany, that has me saying, “nein, danke”. The car, which started its life as a 1986 Pontiac Fiero, has been transformed into the lowliest of shadetree mechanic creations, the Fierorarri. The current owner has swapped the I4 for a V6, then “enhanced” the cooling of the car using what appears to be A/C ducting. He’s also enhanced the looks of the car with a genuine simulated Testarossa back end and sidevents. Rounding out the whole-lotta-ugly is the custom built rear decklid, raised, presumably, to cover the car’s V6 engine.
Best of all is the asking price, which translates to $13,223. In addition to the two year old paint job, your money buys you a new battery, a new generator, working brakes and a custom center console. Your money does not, however, buy you a current TÜV certification, as the old one expired while the car was being built. I’m pretty sure you won’t be getting a TÜV certification on the car as it exists today, since the Germans tend to frown on things like exhaust systems built from stovepipes and backyard engine swaps. If this is your idea of “eine prima Auto”, you’ve still got time to bid here.