The 1984 Pontiac Fiero is among the most unique cars ever to pace the Indy 500. It is the only mid-engine car ever to pace the 500, as well as the shortest car to ever hold the honor. It is also one of very few 4-cylinder cars to pace at Indy. However, the engine in the Fiero pace car was far different from the 92-horsepower version found in the production model Fiero. This bored out 2.7L engine produced 232 horses and turned a lap at better than 136 MPH. The Pace car also featured an air intake located above the roof to help cool the mid-engine car. The Pontiac Fiero was driven by John Callies, the manager of the Performance Motorsports division of Pontiac, at Indianapolis Speedway. The 1984 Fiero Indy pace car replica - Amazingly, this car beat the brand new for '84 Corvette for this honor. No wonder Pontiac had such high expectations that this car would be a success. This model was only available in 1984 and was produced in a very limited edition. It was only available in white and and had red & light grey leather seats. The interior is difficult to restore because none of the parts are commercially available. Everything must be custom made, which is why a nice one is very rare. One with very low mileage that is in showroom condition is very collectible today. This particular one has come from a museum in Pennsylvania and is of museum quality. Contact our owner directly for information.