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Finally home with our new addition. Pic's inside! by chester
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Report this Post04-14-2003 09:33 PM Click Here to See the Profile for chesterClick Here to Email chesterSend a Private Message to chesterDirect Link to This Post

Finally rolled in with our latest addition. One near mint Indy with under 19,000 original miles. Came from the original owner. Has a couple of nice surpises in it including a nice SuperDukie. Anyway, herea re some pics. I'm going to bed

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Report this Post04-14-2003 09:42 PM Click Here to See the Profile for PBJClick Here to Email PBJSend a Private Message to PBJDirect Link to This Post

NICE, A real one too. The TACH goes up to 8000 rpm with a redline of 7500, thats not for a normal 2.5. A friend up here has one too. A surprising 4cyl. Good find!

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Report this Post04-14-2003 09:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for wiccantoyClick Here to Email wiccantoySend a Private Message to wiccantoyDirect Link to This Post

WOW very nice . i want one how much did it cost ya ?

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Is that the special 2.7 (232hp)??? I want one too!!! Where did you find it....does he have another one??

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Report this Post04-14-2003 09:50 PM Click Here to See the Profile for chesterClick Here to Email chesterSend a Private Message to chesterDirect Link to This Post

It's actually a 3.3 (300Hp) and no, just had this one...

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Is that the special 2.7 (232hp)??? I want one too!!! Where did you find it....does he have another one??

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All I can do is sit here and drool, Rob.... EXCELLENT find! Envious doesn't even begin to describe how I feel. Now, the BIG question...it is YOUR car, or Renee's?

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300 HP??? Okay...I'm really drooling now! You gotta be sh@#&ng me.
Rob, you know that if you ever need a little break from Lil' Indy that I'll babysit him for you guys!

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Report this Post04-14-2003 10:19 PM Click Here to See the Profile for NOS3800Click Here to visit NOS3800's HomePageClick Here to Email NOS3800Send a Private Message to NOS3800Direct Link to This Post

HOW MUCH??? That has to be one of the best finds I have heard of. The engine looks like it has never been driven its so clean. I don't know jack about the Super Duties, but is it streetable, or race only??? What are the odds of finding somthing like that! Oh, no offense, but those gold rims gots to go! Not on an Indy. At least you have two more sets to chose from, huh?

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Great Find; a nice way to make up for the mishap with the Formula.

Was this one of the "real" Indy pace cars or did someone add the Super Duty?

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WOW that is Incredible Rob!. Can't wait too see it in person, I should be by your way soon.

Glad to see you guys had an uneventful trip this time.

Beautiful car, absolutely beautiful!

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Report this Post04-14-2003 10:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for GTFiero1Click Here to Email GTFiero1Send a Private Message to GTFiero1Direct Link to This Post

holy sh*t... hey rob, you need an extra testicle by any chance?

jscott, someone added that superduty, if it were real, i think rob would have had to sell his house to pay for it

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Report this Post04-14-2003 10:27 PM Click Here to See the Profile for PhilClick Here to Email PhilSend a Private Message to PhilDirect Link to This Post

you don't want to know the price

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Report this Post04-14-2003 10:28 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fiero5Click Here to visit Fiero5's HomePageSend a Private Message to Fiero5Direct Link to This Post

WOW! Sweet Indy!
I have a bunch of questions as I am sure everyone else does as well.
These rims:

I have seen these before. Are these truck rims? I saw a set at chases autosalvage once and considered getting them for my Indy, but passed as I didn't think they were close enough in looks to the actual pace car rims for the money.
The speedo is interesting. I am assuming that it is a mod of some kind? If so, do you know where they got that from? That is awesome!
You have the original engine that came with it?, so the original owner obviously opted to swap it with an SD4 way back when. Do you know what the actual mileage is on either engine? Or did they swap the 2.5 out right off the bat so the original engine has almost no mileage on it at all. If so, then the original engine has even lower mileage.

See, just a "few" questions

Steve

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Report this Post04-14-2003 10:32 PM Click Here to See the Profile for GTFiero1Click Here to Email GTFiero1Send a Private Message to GTFiero1Direct Link to This Post

its an automatic . Is it just me or do those other rims look like they would stick out to far?

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by looking at the pics of the engine, You can see the side cover of the auto.

Nice find. Not too bad for a 4 banger
But Your supposed to be working on the dirty rat.

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Very nice find chester.

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simply amazing... i have nothing else to say...

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Report this Post04-14-2003 10:39 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fiero5Click Here to visit Fiero5's HomePageSend a Private Message to Fiero5Direct Link to This Post

Yup, an auto. Didn't see it right away:

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Report this Post04-14-2003 11:27 PM Click Here to See the Profile for $Rich$Click Here to Email $Rich$Send a Private Message to $Rich$Direct Link to This Post

thats badass, my new favorite

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Wow! what a find! Congrats

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Wow, very impressive. It seems so plain just taking a look at it nobody would EVER suspect it's got the superduke in it! I'm very surprised somebody spent all that money on the (admittedly badass) superduke and didn't do a bunch of other stuff to the car.

I've got questions on a couple of things, hopefully you can help us out. First of all, was the tach a factory option back when or is that custom made? Also, I've never seen these wheels:

Do you have any info about the wheels as far as size, offset, company, or if they're even obtainable anymore. I know the other wheels you've got there are supposed to be basically impossible to find (especially in that kind of shape!!!) anymore.

You must've spent a good chunk of dough on that car, but it is one heck of a package! Too bad it's an auto...heh, I'd have that thing swapped in a jiffy, but that's just me.

Thanks, looking forward to more info! What're your plans for the car?

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To heck with the tach, the stinkin speedo goes up to 150 MPH, drooooooooooool.
Sweet ride, hope you drive it and have fun, please don't let it be a trailer queen.

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Originally posted by NOS3800:

What are the odds of finding somthing like that!

The guy who owns one up here has done alot of research and has told me that only 5 true Indy fiero were made with the special engine, the 8000 rpm tach is what I look for to see.

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WOW!... Just, WOW!

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Report this Post04-15-2003 08:19 AM Click Here to See the Profile for chesterClick Here to Email chesterSend a Private Message to chesterDirect Link to This Post

Whew! Got a couple of hours sleep so feeling mucho better . OK to answer some of the questions from earlier in the thread;

Where did I find this jewel you ask?
It was listed on Fiero Pride, our club web site as an "Indy Puzzle". The price was listed in the ad. Cost of the car was $2500 complete plus travel expenses !

Was the Super Duty added by the owner?
Yes.

The centerline rims, are those truck rims?
Not sure but they are the closest you can get to the original style Indy rims. Two of them are 9" wide and two are 10" wide.

Are the gauges something the owner installed?
Yes, as far as I know the gauges were an add on that the owner installed. I got a box of documentation with the car. Did I mention that I bought it from the original owner of both, the car and the Super Duty?

Do you know the original mileage off either engine?
Yes! The original iron duke has the 18,976 miles on it. (and will be offered for sale ) The Super Duty has two race seasons in autocross on it. The owner told me that he "Never really got into it" because of the investment. So itís pretty much FRESH. The Webber side draft carbs were just rebuilt and the inside of the motor is as clean or cleaner then the outside!

Do you have any info about the wheels as far as size, offset, company, or if they're even obtainable anymore.
All I know about these rims is that they are Riken's and I'm pretty sure they're not made any more. I'll have to dig today in the documentation to see if there is anything about them in there.

Is that Super Duty a streetable version or race only?
Well I think this is subjective. The car will not run on anything less then 105 octane racing gas (12.8:1 compression) but I feel that it will see some street time... I'll scan and post the actual motor build sheet for those interested in the internals of the engine. It comes complete with forged crank, rods and pistons. Titanium valves and retainers. Hehehe, looks like its almost nitrous ready except for the compression ratio...
Whew...I think that cover the questions so far.

Stay tuned for some more pictures of the "Gravy" soon!

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Report this Post04-15-2003 11:21 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fierogsmithClick Here to Email fierogsmithSend a Private Message to fierogsmithDirect Link to This Post

Hey Rob , As if you didn't know it , but you got yourself one hell of a deal for $2500 . Best of Luck with your new addition to the family . Absolutely unbeleaveable !

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id give you $5,000 for it TODAY!!! how about a 97 Eclipse?

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Rob- that's an awesome find. And in such excellent shape!

As for the gold wheels, what size are they? I might be interested in them if you're not planning on keeping them

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Originally posted by chester:

Yes! The original iron duke has the 18,976 miles on it. (and will be offered for sale

Rob D.

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WOW!! This is incredible ! WHAT A FIND! And for $2500 bucks???!

You are one lucky dude. I can only imagine how you felt getting this baby home.

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Wow. I have to go change my pants now. Very nice Indy.

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Beautyful car, can't wait to see it, and by the way i want a ride in that baby!!!!!!!

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HOLY MOTHER OF GOD! $2500?!?!?!

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105 octane racing gas. Jebus that's a lot of money to drive that baby around.

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Can i nominate that for the nicest notchback?

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OOOOHHHH!!!! I got to come see!!!!PLEASE PLEASE!!

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E-mail sent

Email received. Will get back to you when we roll back into town. Off to get the Formula in the AM (it is AM!) via Va Beach. Should be free Saturday or Sunday.

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Can i nominate that for the nicest notchback?


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