Fiero-based Zimmer Quicksilver was objectively terrible, but we’d totally drive it

A supply 2.8-liter V6 engine from General Motors is mated to a three-speed automatic transmission that sends out 140 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels. Period road tests discovered the 0-60 run took a little over 10 seconds, which is awful today but wasn’t all that negative for the mid ’80s. Finest we can tell, only around 170 Quicksilvers were made in between 1984 and 1988, which are, not coincidentally, the exact same years that Pontiac produced the Fiero.

The 1986 Zimmer Quicksilver you see right here is valued at $18,495 as well as shows well under 30,000 miles on the odometer. There aren’t a great deal of Zimmer Quicksilvers currently for sale for us to compare, yet the ones we did find that had actually marketed within the last few years suggest a little under $20,000 is a reasonable asking rate. Maybe a fun and unusual enhancement to the garage, and if absolutely nothing else, you’re not likely to see another one at your local auto show.