FieroGT stretch Concept (Page 1/234)
Amida FEB 11, 05:08 PM

This is just an idea I had for a long wheel base Fiero. The photo of the Fiero is one that I found on this forum and then ran it through Photodeluxe for modifications. It's still a work in progress, but the extra length gives the Fiero a whole new look. Next I'll try curving the windshield, and the roof needs to be lowered at the rear to give a more tear drop look. Any thoughts?

Amida FEB 11, 05:23 PM

This is another idea for the notchback. It's a 3" cradle shift with modified body line & curved windshield. The nose is actually a panel that I'm currently working at re-designing afterwhich I'll produce in fiberglass.

jscott1 FEB 11, 05:24 PM
It's nice, but if I were going to stretch a Fiero I would stretch it enough to make a 4 seater.
Arns85GT FEB 11, 06:35 PM
Stretch looks good in profile....but......

You end up with the chassis geometry so changed that you have serious handling issues. The balance of the car is completely changed with increased rear end bias. Good for straight line but a problem for maneuvering. Just my .02

Arn

Custom2M4 FEB 11, 06:37 PM
Its been done many times for kit cars, and twice that I can recall on fieros. Do a search for Bubba Joe (I believe), he stretched his car like that, dropped in a big motor, a porshe transaxle and a big rear end .

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Custom Fiero Fiberglass

FieroGT42 FEB 11, 10:58 PM

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Originally posted by jscott1:

It's nice, but if I were going to stretch a Fiero I would stretch it enough to make a 4 seater.


BLASPHEMY!


Amida, that's pretty nice but I think it has a loooong nose which was long enough to begin with

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Amida FEB 11, 11:22 PM
The length of the nose is actually still stock Fiero, but I did remove the IROC type rake at the very front and lower the bottom edge.
Automoda FEB 11, 11:28 PM
I've posted this before but why not again. The subject is perfect for it....

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87 Quad 4 HO convertible

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Amida FEB 11, 11:40 PM

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Originally posted by Automoda:

I've posted this before but why not again. The subject is perfect for it....


Wow! Very nice. Is there more info on the forum for that car?

jscott1 FEB 11, 11:53 PM

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Originally posted by Amida:


Wow! Very nice. Is there more info on the forum for that car?


photoshopped