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Don & Anne Kienlen
One of our Fieros is a
1984 Base Coupe with a 1986 Iron Duke and the Muncie 4 Speed Y8 Econo
transmission that had about 40 k miles on a rebuilt engine, which my
wife Anne has lovingly christened “Lil’ 84 Dukie”.
We bought it in January 2011 when it had 4 different colors. Now it is
Although still a “Work-In-Progress”, it is my wife’s daily driver, with
a completely restored interior and a great exterior with only a few
It is comprised of parts from every Fiero model year: 1984 chassis,
1985 GT rear bumper cover, 1986 doors, panels and Iron Duke engine,
1987 dark grey interior panels and dash-board and a front fascia from a
The interior has been changed from the 84/85 light gray to the later
model dark gray and it has pristine “Speaker-Seats”.
The other Fiero we bought in April 2011 was Charlie Sewell’s
(FieroFool) red 1985 GT, which has been named “85 JeeTee” and is
currently undergoing minor improvements but I plan on keeping it
completely stock (I promised Charlie I would).
You can see our progress here: http://kienlen.net/Kienlen/FIERO/subsite/index.htm
2011 is our first year as members of the Georgia Fiero Club, and we are
enjoying it tremendously, from the assistance and tips - to the
events and gatherings - to meeting all the various Fiero
Enthusiasts – to just enjoying a classic American car - it is a great