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Custom body kit build up thread. Australian by Australian
Started on: 10-15-2007 06:50 AM
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Report this Post10-15-2007 06:50 AM Click Here to See the Profile for AustralianClick Here to visit Australian's HomePageClick Here to Email AustralianSend a Private Message to AustralianDirect Link to This Post

I thought it was about time i had some sort of a build thread for the body of my car to show what inspires me and my cars current and future look. I haven't done much with motor i hope that will be a V8 thread one day arrrrrrrrrrg dreaming but for now getting the look. Have new clutch have replaced all steering and suspension CV's running gear and all engine mounts and rubber in car have new quarter windows etc to fit one day and many other parts.

These are the ideas i am toying with my fiero i have made a start on side skirts as you can see by the photos. Not sure exactly which way i will go with this but this is a bit of a stand back and look at it kinda thing the photos definitely don't show off the shape of the side rails. Nothing is finished and what ever i do i will do it properly. Eg my original side skirts were badly broken 2 places one side of car i have repaired and primed them before i added the new GM GTO side skirts so everything is solid.
My use of glass is high and my use of filler is minimum to make it strong.


The images are rather large 300kb
i would reduce them but i think we are all on cable these days click link to see pics.
Car is lowered 2 inches the body kit sits about 1/2 inch lower than bottoms of rims
with 65 profile tyres on rear 60 on front currently. plan to go 18-19s with a rubber band
which will make the car look real low.

http://www.muckup.com/australian000.jpg color not important but thinking red,yellow
Artist impression excuse poor photoshop that was me a forum member started it as their dream car i just modified it again but can someone add flares on this car for me..
http://www.muckup.com/australian001.jpg side skirt shows added width
http://www.muckup.com/australian002.jpg side skirt
http://www.muckup.com/australian003.jpg side skirt
http://www.muckup.com/australian004.jpg side skirt
http://www.muckup.com/australian005.jpg flared rear guard taped on
http://www.muckup.com/australian006.jpg flared rear guard taped on
http://www.muckup.com/australian007.jpg flared rear guard taped on
http://www.muckup.com/australian008.jpg flared front guard taped on
http://www.muckup.com/australian009.jpg custom bumper extensions not finished quick spray for pic
http://www.muckup.com/australian010.jpg custom bumper extensions with guards taped
http://www.muckup.com/australian011.jpg custom bumper extensions with guards taped
http://www.muckup.com/australian012.jpg custom bumper extensions
http://www.muckup.com/australian013.jpg GTO nose just sitting
http://www.muckup.com/australian014.jpg GTO nose just sitting
http://www.muckup.com/australian015.jpg short shifter stick inside knob can be raised up 1.5 inches
http://www.muckup.com Sold my Mightyboy Motor bike powered 550cc mini truck REMORSE
Finished the truck so bought a BMW convertible tho for same money and have been fixing that too.
Might post a few pics in this thread of it.

Current inspiring and relevant threads
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/066366.html Bolt on flared guards
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/067074.html New idea on widebody (lots cheaper) LOTUS PIC
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/067261.html Wide wheels to suit wide bodies.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/063053.html GTO nose photo shop request.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/063238.html Custom ground effects.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/071642.html Fiero 2m8 LT1 NX Roadster conversion
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/066365.html GT nose spoilers
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/074077.html Stage 2 scoops from Aus fiero.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/067520.html Hood vent options.

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might help a little bit if you downsized the pics / IMG tagged them. Then people wouldn't have to click on the links :P.

Best of luck, I'll give you you're first bump on this project

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Some help to see the photos


[img]http://www.muckup.com/australian000.jpg [/img] color not important but thinking red,yellow
Artist impression excuse poor photoshop that was me a forum member started it as their dream car i just modified it again but can someone add flares on this car for me..

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. side skirt shows added width

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. side skirt

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. side skirt

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. side skirt

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. flared rear guard taped on
This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. flared rear guard taped on
This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. flared rear guard taped on
This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. flared front guard taped on
This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. custom bumper extensions not finished quick spray for pic

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. custom bumper extensions with guards taped

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. custom bumper extensions with guards taped

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. custom bumper extensions
This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. GTO nose just sitting
This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view. GTO nose just sitting

short shifter stick inside knob can be raised up 1.5 inches



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Update shows the basic shape as you can see a lot of sanding required.



























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Glad to see you're going for it and the posted pics look good.
Thanks for linking to my build thread.

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Report this Post11-19-2007 02:42 AM Click Here to See the Profile for AustralianClick Here to visit Australian's HomePageClick Here to Email AustralianSend a Private Message to AustralianDirect Link to This Post

New wheels
The front wheels are 19x8.5 and rear are 19x10.5 offset of 38
The fronts wheels fit 245 to 255 and the rear fit 275 to 295.
I might have to do more mods to fit them haven't picked em up just yet and haven't got wheel adapters as yet if needed. I might have to grind off the lugs or build the body out further not sure till i try fitting.
As i dont know stud patterns on wheels with a bit of luck there is 5x100 as well as 114.3 so i can just bolt them on.



http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/067261.html Wide wheels to suit wide bodies.

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any plans on what you are doing with the trim? I am trying to find a not impossible way to delete trim right now....

For the wheels I hear that a "home made" coil over setup would help tire clearance.

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short shifter stick inside knob can be raised up 1.5 inches


Whoa!

How do I get one of those knobs?

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Some south american had them on ebay a while back

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any plans on what you are doing with the trim? I am trying to find a not impossible way to delete trim right now....

For the wheels I hear that a "home made" coil over setup would help tire clearance.



I am keeping the trim it will be painted might mold it a little bit to remove gaps but it will stay for now.

I will keep idea of coil overs in mind in my attempt to fit these.

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Whoa!

How do I get one of those knobs?


I see them every month they put a batch on ebay.
http://search.ebay.com.au/_W0QQsassZautovitrine
or on http://www.brazilshopping.com/

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Here is my effort at photoshop to paint it one color i will likely paint the car another color

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the wheels i bought do seem to fit i will know for sure when i get some tyres and maybe some spacers instead of the coil overs i can move them out an inch or so i think to meet up with the flares and get away without coil overs. Yay well i need to fit tyres before i pop the streamers

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the wheels i bought do seem to fit i will know for sure when i get some tyres and maybe some spacers instead of the coil overs i can move them out an inch or so i think to meet up with the flares and get away without coil overs. Yay well i need to fit tyres before i pop the streamers


I'll be watching closely to see if you get those 19's to fit - I am currently looking at these with dreams of making them fit the roadster...
http://www.wheelsnext.com/d...EVO&color=HYPERBLACK

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Do we have an update ?

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nice! id love to do 2" flares myself..

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Would those flares be Celica ones? I seem to recognise them from when I was in that industry way back when

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Sweet! Can't wait to see the finished product.

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Good idea. You'll just need to fill the wells will bigger wheels.

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Looks great.
Here's a Photochop of how it would look if you made the flares flow into the ground effects. Just a suggestion.

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Looks great.
Here's a Photochop of how it would look if you made the flares flow into the ground effects. Just a suggestion.



Wow ok im not done yet.........

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Good idea. You'll just need to fill the wells will bigger wheels.
I have 19x 9.5 for front and 19x11.5 for rear the rear rim was wider than advertized which i did buy and seem to fit and will take 315's






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Would those flares be Celica ones? I seem to recognise them from when I was in that industry way back when


Yes they fibreglass reproductions off a 77 celica.

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I'm glad someone else said it before I did. You do need to blend the flares with the lower ground effects to make them look right. They don't look right as they are. You also should have removed the side ribs instead of molding over them. That area will certainly crack later on because of doing that.

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I'm glad someone else said it before I did. You do need to blend the flares with the lower ground effects to make them look right. They don't look right as they are. You also should have removed the side ribs instead of molding over them. That area will certainly crack later on because of doing that.


The side rib body moulding has actually been cut and moulded up against with fibreglass i didnt cut the flares and have used minimal filler thinking about that whole time whether to remove all that is exposed. I wanted to keep the car fiero and will paint the moulding if i find it cracking i will rip it out altogether.

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Well i have the new extractors on and the short shifter is fitted got problem with slave or master cylinder as gearbox is not finding the gears periodically but will worry bout that just before spraying. I spent the weekend on the car for first time in months and have the front end almost ready for paint. I kind of lost interest a while took up another projects but back on it and now have a panel beater spray painter helping so plan to make some progress over xmas. I am still umming arrring over moulding i will either remove it completely weekend and smooth it or start custom building the moulding so it appears rounded both ends. I havent saved a cent as been fixing my old bmw cabrio at same time. i still need to pour money into both cars as still need to buy tyres for this too $2000 for rear and still need to buy paint. I shall post some pics when there is some noticable differences for an update over next few weeks.

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I have added more shape to the doors and they look much better now then this pic but will be working all day on them tomorrow. This pic was taken 2 weeks ago but will notice have built the doors out further so no ledge.

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keep going buddy! this is a cool project!

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Nice work. Regarding the stock molding. The flare/ground effects kind of beg for it to be gone and I think removing it would be the way to go. Just my .02

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i see bottlecaps!
is there an e30 nearby?

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Nice work. Regarding the stock molding. The flare/ground effects kind of beg for it to be gone and I think removing it would be the way to go. Just my .02

Arn


I have bought a dremmel kit you will see soon what i will do...

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i see bottlecaps!
is there an e30 nearby?


Yes i have a 318i Black Baur cabrio.

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As you can see i have the basic shape i want i still have a bit of work to go and as mentioned i will dremmel around the trim like the front bar is done at factory. I also have to match the doors fit the wheels and then maybe modify some more to get them on so a fair bit to go.

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shoes are on currently 275 x 19 rear 245 front x 19 gonna try stretch a 225 on front and a 295 on rear

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Why are you making the front smaller? and i am not sure a 225 will set a bead on a 9.5" wheel.

we need more pictures though, that was a cruel tease to show a night picture where we can't see the meat tucked in the rear fenders.


Chris

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Also since you are fiber glassing, you should remount the antenna In the fender along the wheel well and fill over the hole.

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Originally posted by fourpoint9:

Looks great.
Here's a Photochop of how it would look if you made the flares flow into the ground effects. Just a suggestion.



I have started on moulding the ground effects to the flares i wanted more guard and wasn't happy with it. After seeing this photoshop and with the skills i have picked up i have started on making it flow better and yes i am making the car even fatter.

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How the hell did you make that RHD (right hand drive) that's freaking cool!

Do tell do tell, how long and how much?

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How the hell did you make that RHD (right hand drive) that's freaking cool!



One way http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum3/HTML/000004.html

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