Supercharged V8 Powered Pontiac Fiero Has its Engine at a Different Place!

When you see the picture of a smoking hot street rod and hear an eargasmically sweet engine sound at the same time, you know that you're going to see some cool stuff because the picture and the sound marks the beginning of a fantastic video shared by one of our favorite YouTube channels dedicated to vehicles, ScottieDTV.

We have talked about this cool channel about cooler cars for maybe countless times. Founded almost a decade ago, ScottieDTV actively shares videos about the country's far best street machines, most of which are displayed on events, shows and fairs through the states. Subscribing to this amazing source of fun and pleasure will allow you to check out some badass street cars and enjoy their every single detail including the stories that lie behind. Today, we present you just another video from this spectacular channel. Clicking on the play button that stands with an appeal on this very page, you're going to see a Pontiac Fiero. Some of you might not know what Pontiac Fiero is. For those, let us introduce it first. The Pontiac Fiero is technically a mid engine two-door sports car developed and manufacture by the General Motors between the years 1983 and 1984. It's a short period of production time for such a great machine. The one in the video runs on a monstrous Supercharged V8 engine that stands not under the hood but at the rear end.

Watch the video to see this masterpiece in closer detail and let us know your opinion about it in the comments!