This vehicle is a 1988 Mera that was one of 247 cars produced by Pontiac and Corporate Concepts of Carpac, Michigan in 1987 and 1988. The car was only available new from Pontiac as a dealer option and was priced slightly less than the Corvette. Less than 80 of the vehicles are currently known to still exist throughout the world based on the Mera registry.
This specific vehicle is number four of the 1988 production run and has been a restoration project for the last eight years. It was built on a GT frame (one of six known to have been built) instead of the more common SE platform. All major restoration work has been completed and only small details remain to complete the process which is more than 99% finished.
The changes from the stock configuration are as follows:
The color was changed from the original DuPont white to
The original 2.8 liter V6 has been exchanged for a modified
2006 GTP engine (3800 SC Series III) with a Northstar
throttle valve, VS cam, 3.4 pulley, and an intercooler.
An electronic cruise control has been added to make long
The original interior has been updated to a more modern
CJB T-Tops (1988 factory option) were installed on this