Today's featured vehicle is a 1986 Pontiac Fiero SE, the 2.8-liter, six-cylinder model of Pontiac's two-seater, mid-engine vehicle that, as stock, packed 135-hp. Equipped with the competition suspension package and a rear wing, this Fiero served as a daily driver for the first nine years of its life. Then owner Tom Schmidt decided to get creative. The six trumpets out back—which function as heat vents—made the car instantly recognizable at car shows and, later, trackside. Thanks to the meticulous attention of Ann Schmidt, the 165,000-mile car boasts show trophies as well as podium finishes among local and national Fiero clubs.