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What are you gonna do to your Fiero today? by bristowb
Started on: 10-09-2010 08:58 AM
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Last post by: Cheever3000 on 11-09-2010 09:36 PM
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Clean off the dirt from this morning's showers.
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drive it!!! i just bought it 3 days ago so it time to start the fixing lol. that includes taking a razor blade to all of the spray paint that a stupid PO painted the entire car with and managed to get it on all of the windows. should be very time consuming and very borring. but something that i need to do and wont cost me anything lol.

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i replaced my Duralast thermostat with a Stant SuperStat for obvious reasons

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try out my trunk shelf i made for going food shoping. i held 25 cans of soup and none of the decals moved on the shelf either. a few more rides and the srunk should cure the paint real well. 3/8'' plywood w/angle iron bolted on it. this one is not bending like the last one.
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Try to get those pesky door panels finished so I get back to working a new center console!
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Originally posted by Chris Hodson:



Those turned out very nice!
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I will be picking up some break pads front and rear today! YIPPIE! Maybe I can get them rascals on Friday and roll around a bit. That and my new to me distributor. :P
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get it off the side of the highway were it left me yesterday then start to diagnose the problem
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FINALLY hooked up the electrical on my auto-dim mirror... ended up ripping the mounting pad off the windshield. AGAIN. Anyone know better glue for this then comes in the little package with the primer, glue and pads? Those let me down every time, no matter how well I do it.
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Originally posted by bristowb:

What are you gonna do to your Fiero today?



The same thing we try to do every day, Pinky...
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Try to sell it!!!
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