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Fiero Redux by chester
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Moving Day: Continued.

I call Joe at Trends last Friday for the long haul. The Redux wasn't moved to the front of the business but was in the back. I can't use George Ryan so I'll need another company to haul the Redux to Archie's. I need to install the 17" shop rollers before it's shipped out. Oh yeah, the Redux sports the lame 2.8 and cannot be trusted for the 2,800 mile trip.


Edit: I guess I own pg 10, hehe

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First time reading this thread


Wow that is amazing, but something tells me you are not alone. A lot of people have been sleeping on this thread.

Madcurl has a lot of plans for this car, a chop of course is among them.

Problem is it is at the back of the line. He has 3 other projects in front of it.
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Curly did the Redux make it home ??
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Curly did the Redux make it home ??


Well, last Friday I stopped by Trends to see if the Redux is "ready to roll"....it wasn't. However, it's now located in the front and not in the back (bone yard). Joe said he'll get one of the guys to "get right on it."

Items to be performed:

1. Align the vents. They're a little crooked.
2. Smooth out some of the ruff areas.
3. Lay coat of black paint over the cut metal parts (headlamp bed and partially cut bumper).

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Last Thursday I called Trends. The "Redux" isn't ready.
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A bump to continue the madness !
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really nice car, especially like the vents on the deck lid, so how does it look now?
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when will it be the day of the redux?
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Originally posted by 88White3.4GT:

when will it be the day of the redux?


Hold on a hairpin turn is approaching.

Curly likes twists,...er make that tweeks, and turns.

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Hold on Elizabeth.....I'm comming!!!

I'll be checking in on the Redux this week. Hmm, Trends and the Crew should be finished with the car by now. I need to headou to Orvilles monster garage for pipe dream ideas. Yeah that's right, respect your elders, hehe.
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I need to headou to Orvilles monster garage for pipe dream ideas. Yeah that's right, respect your elders, hehe.


Make sure you have a camera and blank memory card...get lots of pictures of his #3 Chop top.

You and Orville must be related...who else feels the need to have 3 or more chop tops?

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Originally posted by madcurl:

Hold on Elizabeth.....I'm comming!!!

I'll be checking in on the Redux this week. Hmm, Trends and the Crew should be finished with the car by now.


Fresh pics from the madman himself.





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The Redux is 99% "Ready to Roll" out to Archie's later this year. Trends finally finished up some minor issues involving the shape of the front vents and the rocker panels. I'll try to send the latest pics to Exoticse today.....if not on Monday.

My Experience? I nearly wet my pants upon seeing the beast! It's some what scary looking when viewing it from the front. It's wicked, stealthy, and fast looking even parked. The tow truck driver told me that, "People slowed down and rode along side the truck." The truck was going up the hwy on a very, very steep hill at 45mph (it was at night time). Currrently, it's parked with the car cover over it. I don't want to alarm the neighbors, hehe.

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Hey Curly take a look at these !

http://www.x3racing.com/pro...did=PRO-KS-TCEL00-BK
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Hey Curly take a look at these !

http://www.x3racing.com/pro...did=PRO-KS-TCEL00-BK


Geezs, $225 bucks!!! I like the ones I got for $40 bucks.

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Geezs, $225 bucks!!! I like the ones I got for $40 bucks.


Your celica lamps only cost $40 bucks !!!???
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Your celica lamps only cost $40 bucks !!!???



Oh, oh....my mistake. I thought the link was selling the lense cover, hehe.

Oh yeah, Tony...you got mail.
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More new pics of Curly dusting off the Redux ! He has some renewed ideas for this one !!









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Still amazing...

Are there any shots of either Redux or Arch Rival showing any mods to the radiator bulkhead to clear the lights? It's a mod I'm looking at for the future and I was curious how Curly cleared the bulkhead and frame horns.

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Still amazing...

Are there any shots of either Redux or Arch Rival showing any mods to the radiator bulkhead to clear the lights? It's a mod I'm looking at for the future and I was curious how Curly cleared the bulkhead and frame horns.

Bob



Norm performed the "cuts" at Archie's and they're nice/clean/painted on #020

ARCH RIVEL CUTS:







On the Redux, the cuts aren't as clean=cuts due to Trends torching out the needed clearances, hehe. I can address thes issues later by grinding off the ruff edges.
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I like the front end but what are the plans for the rest of the body? Is this one getting chopped aswell? And what motor are you going to be running in it?
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Originally posted by RCR:

Still amazing...

Are there any shots of either Redux or Arch Rival showing any mods to the radiator bulkhead to clear the lights?
Bob


On the Redux, the Celica headlamp didn't require major surgical extractions of the front bumper brace. However, the upper headlamp area (close to the rubber trunk seal) needed cutting so that the upper end of the lamps could be placed inside. I'll try and take some close-up pics in a couple of weeks.

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Originally posted by tuner2m6t:

I like the front end but what are the plans for the rest of the body? Is this one getting chopped aswell? And what motor are you going to be running in it?


Plans? Choptop with a twist. Body? Please browse through the previous pages. The rocker panels were removed prior to the tow to prevent possible damages? I'll send additional pics to Tony later on today. The body panels were originally one-piece but, I wanted them separated for molds. Motor>N* Right now it has the stupidly 2.8 crap!

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Thanx Curly...

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I just went back and looked throught the thread. And WOW looks great can't wait to see it finished.
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Originally posted by tuner2m6t:

What are the plans for the rest of the body?


If you've notice, the Redux has a [baby]-1.5" rear fender flare. The deck lid is/was being borrowed by #015 choptop. Like wise the rear bumper too. Oh yeah, it sports additional b-piller part (thanks to MinntgreenGT)


Additional pics have been sent to Tony for viewing. Enjoy


Edit: I can't spell, hehe.

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More new pics of Curly dusting off the Redux ! He has some renewed ideas for this one !!



Nice to see the Redux get some love. These may be the first clear pics of this car. I have seen clearer pictures or bigfoot, or nessie than of this car before now.

I bet it won't be a bubble top V6 much longer??
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Thanks Tony for posting pics.
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New pics w/rims, headlamps, & covers on Tuesday.
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Hey curly any thoughts on maybe popping a few of them side skirts out for others? I don't know how they fit but would they work with stock fenders? I ask this because I am doing your wide body with the fender attached to the rear and those skirts would be just what I need. Let me know if your interested. Send me a PM or something.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by tuner2m6t:

Hey curly any thoughts on maybe popping a few of them side skirts out for others? I don't know how they fit but would they work with stock fenders? I ask this because I am doing your wide body with the fender attached to the rear and those skirts would be just what I need. Let me know if your interested. Send me a PM or something.



Hmm. Too many variables. Mine where made to fit the 11" wide rims and to match the fender flares. I would be easier to use a Archie modified IRM rocker and rear fender flare-----to match or wrap the wide rear rims.
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Curly when does operation "give me my stuff back" in regards to #15 begin hehehehe ?
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Originally posted by exoticse:
Curly when does operation "give me my stuff back" in regards to #15 begin hehehehe ?



#015 will sport the Redux's parts for now. I need to tidy-up things first on the Redux prior to shipment. Brakes, headlamps, smog inspection, fees and interior. I'm going to slap on the 19's this week.
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Lamps in place.



Eye lid covers on.









More,....

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An insight to how they were made to fit.

The Hood.



The mounting







The modified roofline, that involved using a busted fastback clip and adding it to the existing fastback clip.

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The modified roofline, that involved using a busted fastback clip and adding it to the existing fastback clip.

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Hehe. Who says that broken Fiero parts are no good? I have some nice plans for this roof.

Thanks Tony for posting pics.

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