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What headlights you would pick? by madcurl
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This is beautiful. Go to the site and then click on the GG50.

http://www.giugiarodesign.it/eng/e_index.html

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Originally posted by Fie Ro:

I tried some things with Aus's pic..

did some tweeking here and there....I guess -since the headlights will be fixed to the flipper- it shouldnt be hard to change its shape by cutting the lensecover where desired and extending the hood in that area...add a new seal and voila!

This one is the best by far, it looks aggresive. What will the rear look like? lights? exhaust tips? defuser? etc.

edit, i'm at 300 posts

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Does anyone have any more info on how this car was done?
I would love to do this to my car!

 
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I like the headlights on it and would love more detail on what was done, but the rest of the car may be too much for my tastes, I can tell it has alot of work though and I can appreaceate it.
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Originally posted by exoticse:

Here is a little something different. Style is similair to that of your Silver chop top, but tweeked a little.

Anyone use these headlights yet? I love those and would be tempted to try this if it would look right.
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Hehehe,..those headlights would probably cost you a king's ransom !!

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Wow. Pipe Dreams do come true.

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Anyone use these headlights yet? I love those and would be tempted to try this if it would look right.
Adam


The Enzo headlamps cost 5g's. I Don't know what the cost would be for the lambroghini's? 3g's? The Corvettes headlamp will have to do, hehe.

It would be better to use Norms newer style headlamps and then use a Lexan cover and cut it as the shape of the real ones.

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Originally posted by madcurl:

The Enzo headlamps cost 5g's. I Don't know what the cost would be for the lambroghini's? 3g's? The Corvettes headlamp will have to do, hehe.

It would be better to use Norms newer style headlamps and then use a Lexan cover and cut it as the shape of the real ones.

Thats how I was thinking about doing it. It would be cool to shape the front hood like that to complement it.

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Originally posted by fierodog:


Thats how I was thinking about doing it. It would be cool to shape the front hood like that to complement it.


I forgot who it was that makes a Lambo-like front nose?

Edit: found it...well only part of it.

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heres the headlights on my car
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the yellow one above is the best i have seen yet, custom bumper side air vents in front of the wheels, NSX style doors an the head lights all blend together , that is the one to make ,you must get this rear bumper done too


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Originally posted by CETICARS:

the yellow one above is the best i have seen yet, custom bumper side air vents in front of the wheels, NSX style doors an the head lights all blend together , that is the one to make

Yep. They're making it. Look here: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/050746-3.html

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Originally posted by fiero newbe:

heres the headlights on my car

Very interesting. Details please.

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i dont have all the details on the lights but i do know that the guy that had the car before made new headlight buckets and also shorten the light doors about a inch
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On my list of yet to do items for my GT are custom head lights that still disapear only I'm going to make shorter actuator arms so the lights only come up maybe half as much and use small rectangle dual lamps on each side. That will give me much more light and still look cool. Like the Lotus Esprie, the front of the Fiero is, in my opion, sort of timeless and like to keep that look. And I don't think my GT40 extrator scoop took away from it either. As for when, we've been busy making intakes for people and designing our new headers, so the lights will probably have to wait until spring.
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Any progress on the tilt?

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A request for Custom2m4

Hey, Custim4m, could someone photo shop these puppies

onto this.


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NSX-R lights on a fiero? what would the wiring be like hooking those up?

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Am I late? I put this picture in my thread not yours .

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bump, because madcurl told me that "Good threads should never die "
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Normandy Invasion II: Operation "Fog-head" establishment.

Fog and side mark lamps have landed. The Laying of fiberglassing begins.

Will Norm have enough time to slap, "glass" before the Daytona Show?

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Originally posted by Custom2M4:

Am I late? I put this picture in my thread not yours .

Thank you very, very much. I now have reevaluate these pics compared to the Corvettes, hehe

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Could someone remove the Vette lamps (cut' n past) onto the next pic?

and place these Vette lamps onto this pic?

Thanks.

Madcurl

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Originally posted by madcurl:

I forgot who it was that makes a Lambo-like front nose?

Edit: found it...well only part of it.

yeah, anybody know who makes that front end?

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Originally posted by naumanos1:

yeah, anybody know who makes that front end?

Location of maker is noticable on watermark. http://kitkar.com/

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Operation: Normandy Invasion update;

The 2005 Corvette Norm's front flipper will appear at the Daytona show. Norm said, "do to the Solticse body mods and extensive modificatio to the front flipper, it would not be ready." Oh well, I guess will have to wait until Archie's choptop reunion.


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Originally posted by madcurl:

Operation: Normandy Invasion update;

The 2005 Corvette Norm's front flipper will appear at the Daytona show. Norm said, "do to the Solticse body mods and extensive modificatio to the front flipper, it would not be ready." Oh well, I guess will have to wait until Archie's choptop reunion.

Did you mean to say it will "not " appear at the show ??

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Did you mean to say it will "not " appear at the show ??

Sorry about that. Yes. the part will not appear. I'm stressed that I'll have to wait, hehe.

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This is how mine look

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Operation: Blindman
The Doctor said, "I needed a new pair of rods and cones" hehe.


Ah yes Z06 Headlamps !

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What is the difference in the C6 Z06 headlamps, and the regular C6 headlamps?
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I think soem 550/575 headlights would look good they have a shape that can easily blend in a Fieros, they are pricey new, but used some deals could pop up.
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A Nice alternative if you want pay the $1200 bucks and you'll still need the other matching lamp.


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the 550 lights would be sick. but pricey.

the 360 lights do cost too much, and they would fit wierd. The fenders on the 360 have way too much curve in them.

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