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Fiero Redux by chester
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bump... took me a minute to find...

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Originally posted by Nebiros88:

here is a pic of the sorta thing I was talking about..... this isnt exactly what I was thinking but it has the combined look...

after searching ebay and google without much luck....I sure thought there would have been more combinations like this

the headlights are keepers though.... the sharp angle gives the car a more exotic look, especially with the way you modified the hood

I'm going to go with the M300 front side marker lights with a PIAA round fog lamps for the 88. I'll morph he rear bumper, hood, and rear deck from the Redux. I just need to get the 88 from Archie's shop. I have "other" plans for the Redux's hood and rear deck. (a.k.a. organ donor)


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I stopped by Trends (shop) to check-in on old Redux. It's still there all beef-up looking. The guys asked me if I'm ready for the big switch? I told Joe to hold-off. I was going to switch out the rear deck lid but said, nah. They like the IRM kit and the 13" Corvette brake kit.

Oh yeah, bump! I need to get going on this puppy. I have way too many projects going right now.

Edit: sorry no pics.

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Originally posted by madcurl:

I stopped by Trends (shop) to check-in on old Redux. It's still there all beef-up looking. The guys asked me if I'm ready for the big switch? I told Joe to hold-off. I was going to switch out the rear deck lid but said, nah. They like the IRM kit and the 13" Corvette brake kit.

Oh yeah, bump! I need to get going on this puppy. I have way too many projects going right now.

Edit: sorry no pics.


Darn right you need to get going !

Stop driving that puppy around enjoying yourself and get it in the shop so " we" can enjoy the pictures of her coming together !


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Hey Curly how about some new multi-angle pics of the Redux when you head down to Trends next time ?

Take your good camera also !??

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WOW!!!! I am througly impressed. Somewhat new to the forum and let me tell you this is a winner. Even the things I don't like the first shot of them you post I am in love with by the second or third pic of the same section. This is an incredible car. I would say thought that you might look into a nice corvette blue from around 2000-2002 I think is the years, can't remember the name but it would look great and showoff all the body work. That and you just don't see enough good looking blue cars. Oh Oh oh you could also look at the Lotus elise blue that would look great. Well keep us informed I can't wiat to see where this is going.
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Originally posted by exoticse:

Take your good camera also !??

Yes, Curley please no more fuzzy "bigfoot" pictures... I want to see this baby clearly

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Yes, Curley please no more fuzzy "bigfoot" pictures... I want to see this baby clearly

My original camera man is on vacation from the forum. However, when it gets to Archie's....he'll take some pics I'm sure, hehehehe.

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There we go, i am all caught up again, thanx for the mention Curly, it is an honor. cant wait to see some more pics.
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However, when it gets to Archie's....he'll take some pics I'm sure, hehehehe.

and when is that gonna be..?? I have been gone awhile...

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maybe its been too long since i read pages 1 thru 6 but i dont remember what is happening with the taillights. are you going with stock one? or are you open to suggestions at that end of the car as well? hate to update the front end and not the back. i have seen some pretty nice taillights out there if you are going to be moulding stuff in and updating the look.


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maybe its been too long since i read pages 1 thru 6 but i dont remember what is happening with the taillights. are you going with stock one? or are you open to suggestions at that end of the car as well? hate to update the front end and not the back. i have seen some pretty nice taillights out there if you are going to be moulding stuff in and updating the look.

The Redux is on the back-burner for now. Sorry. I'll send this one to Archie's next year. Currently I'm forcused on #15. But here is what I may do or will do for the Redux rear lights. Yes, the Redux is still open for ideas. If Ryan is heading out this way to Mexico to pick-up a Fiero, I might send it sooner to Archie's? Right now it's too cold for me to go back east again. Thanks for inquiring.


I've seen them on Yellowstone's car.

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I picked up a set of these for my choptop yesterday.... Denali turn signals with built in driving lights...

ps.. Bump to top!

Steve

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you should use notchy taillights like the ppg fiero
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bump.... i think curly forgot about it...

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Nah don't give up hope on this one, Madcurl is just busy getting Choptop #15 ready for Daytona.

Trust me the longer he waits the more awesome ideas he comes up with.

When all is said and done the redux will turn out even better than it already looks, just don't expect much until he finishes up with #15.

Look for an interesting twist in this story down the road.

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It's flying under the radar right now (hehehe) , but this project is still in the works just waiting it's turn.

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Bump.... btw, 15s looking great as well

Keep up the awesome work curley

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Bump.... btw, 15s looking great as well

Keep up the awesome work curley


Thanks. I've been spotted by the locals rolling around with the "transplant" in a incognito fashion. 19's on all fours with 225 up front and 245's out back in a rather baby-ish appearance. Even though it looks normal w/o a chop being one of the only two owners in town with a Fiero gave my "cloakness" away.

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It's flying under the radar right now (hehehe) , but this project is still in the works just waiting it's turn.

The REDUX's turn was BEFORE #15...

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The REDUX's turn was BEFORE #15...

Oh well, I have been neglecting the Redux. Although it may appear that way, I have however, been re-thinking some ideas on the Redux. There will be some modifications that #15 currently does not have. So far the Redux has been a "learning" and "growing" mock-up for ideas. Beside, the Redux doesn't have a N* , making my decision easy to place the Redux on the "back burner."

What changes? For those who were at the Daytona show already know what I have store for it. It will no doubt be a little different than #15 and maybe "visually" better but still looking like a Fiero. Last night while at one of my favorite reading spots, I came-up with another idea involving those fender flares. Thanks to Archie and Mike D (#16 chopper) helped in making some of these decisions.

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Lets Roll. It's back to work on the Redux. MinnGreenGT sent the parts for the rear clip modifications. Front fascia and sides will be mounted on N* body. Work will start on Tuesday. Once work is completed, off to Archie's for the chop. The deck lid is in FL on #15.

Lets Rock!

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Great News!!

What are you going to do about the decklid for #15..??

It's pretty bad when you have to start #pering your Fiero Choptops...

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Great News!!

What are you going to do about the decklid for #15..??

It's pretty bad when you have to start #pering your Fiero Choptops...


Too hard to explain and way too long to write it all out. I explained it to #14 & #16 owners at Daytona.

EDIT: I forgot, Tony knows and so does Orville and Rick. Rick and Orville are the only ones who seen it. It's really hard trying to figure it out w/o the part in your hand. Just like the fender flares.....it's too simple to demonstrat yet so hard to explain.

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Great News!!

What are you going to do about the decklid for #15..??

It's pretty bad when you have to start #pering your Fiero Choptops...


It is going to be wicked ! Definatly gonna be a front-runner for mod of the year !

It will even top the fender flare mod.

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Just fiberglass Celica lamps covers. They come in carbon fiber too and aid in protecting the Celica lens a little. It also hides the lights a little. I got them mainly for its contured shape. IMO it looks a bit slicker w/them.

Hi all,

How do the lamp covers attach??

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Originally posted by exoticse:

Remember those aussie rockers that madcurl has been compiling ?

One set is going on the Redux, and here is how it is going to be used:

Before he got the ausie parts, madcurl had Trends do a mock up, using a compressed carboard type material, of what he wants it to look like:

You like ??

Hi all,

Am I reading this update right, bear with the idea that it is a lil late in the game, but are you going to widen the rear end more?? If so how much width is it going to be all together??? Where could one get that cardboard stuff at?? How easy is it to work with?? Thread is looking great as ever too!!

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Not really. That mock-up was for #15 chopper. I needed to see how far I could go with a stock fender flare.

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Im glad this got bumped, I was dying for an update. Still impresses me.. Have you come up with a tail light idea... if you havent... stay tuned. My son and I are experimenting and if all goes good....by the end of the weekend.. Ill send you a pic of our hush hush project, and you can let me know what you think. As long as you keep it to yourself, until we post pics. ;-) Keep up the great work... you are giving us a million ideas! John
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Im glad this got bumped, I was dying for an update. Still impresses me.. Have you come up with a tail light idea... if you havent... stay tuned. My son and I are experimenting and if all goes good....by the end of the weekend.. Ill send you a pic of our hush hush project, and you can let me know what you think. As long as you keep it to yourself, until we post pics. ;-) Keep up the great work... you are giving us a million ideas! John


No problem.


UPDATE: Removing front clip on Friday and starting work on the rear clip with the parts from MinngreenGT I may have pic Sunday?

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No problem.


UPDATE: Removing front clip on Friday and starting work on the rear clip with the parts from MinngreenGT I may have pic Sunday?


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I finally finished the "rear neck-burn clip. It's perfect for mounting of Street Works L.E.D. rear light bar. I first placed it on #11 too see if it look okay. I might add that it looks good only with a choptop IMO. Although it look perfect w/a chop it seems to go better w/o stock wing. The part looks similar to that of the old style MR2's with the see-through glass spoiler. No more rear neck sun burns hehehehe.

I may re-shape it once I get the light bar from Watson's Street Works. Exoticse might post the pics later if he has time.

Enjoy.

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Keep up the great work, she is taking form nicely!

Did you get a hold of Norm? I like your designs for the new front end. Wish I had your abilities!


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I finally finished the "rear neck-burn clip. It's perfect for mounting of Street Works L.E.D. rear light bar. I first placed it on #11 too see if it look okay. I might add that it looks good only with a choptop IMO. Although it look perfect w/a chop it seems to go better w/o stock wing. The part looks similar to that of the old style MR2's with the see-through glass spoiler. No more rear neck sun burns hehehehe.

I may re-shape it once I get the light bar from Watson's Street Works. Exoticse might post the pics later if he has time.

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A few more shots

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What about having to redo the bodywork after the choptop..?? Why did'nt you just wait...?? Just curious!

Loooks GREAT!!

Mads you have a PM!

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Report this Post05-01-2005 08:47 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Master Tuner AkimotoClick Here to visit Master Tuner Akimoto's HomePageSend a Private Message to Master Tuner AkimotoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Curly you are at it again with your creation think I am going to change your name to" Enzo......Curly Ferrari "
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