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Any REAL interest in a widebody kit? by Archie
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Any new pics on the notchie setup? Looks beautiful, I might have to get it.
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^^Looks like 2 kids standing next to their Power Wheels car.^^

Archie... Damn u.. lol... you've just put ANOTHER thing to the list i have to buy from you!!! AARG!

Any chance youd offer a discount for a chop top AND wide body at the same time? My wife ok'd a choptop after i fulfill some conditions. How am i gonna get the WIDE BODY by her now?

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^^Looks like 2 kids standing next to their Power Wheels car.^^

Archie... Damn u.. lol... you've just put ANOTHER thing to the list i have to buy from you!!! AARG!

Any chance youd offer a discount for a chop top AND wide body at the same time? My wife ok'd a choptop after i fulfill some conditions. How am i gonna get the WIDE BODY by her now?



Yeah there's a bit of a savings by doing both at the same time because combined amount of labor would be less that the labor when the 2 are done seperately.

As far as getting the WideBody past her, just tell her "the Chop Top just makes it look wider".

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hey archie: how much to chop and fatten her up a bit? lol
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Archie... thanks... Ill be seeing you in a year or so for sure then. Will be a Christmas bonus WELL SPENT!

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Originally posted by advancedwiringsystem:

hey archie: how much to chop and fatten her up a bit? lol


The Chop Top without paint is $4495.00. The WideBody Kit is $1950.00 & installation without paint is $2200.00 making the total $8645.00.

If we do both projects at the same time we will save some labor costs. Those savings would bring the total cost down to about $8300.00.

Please note, We are currently working on optional WideBody front fenders. They will be available in about 2 weeks & will add a bit to the cost of the WideBody kit.

Please note to anyone following this thread: The WideBody kit requires that you install Remote Power Doorlocks on your car if you don't already have them. Also You will need to choose & install (or have us install) new sidemarker lights with the Widebody kits.

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Originally posted by Jarhead 2m4:

Any new pics on the notchie setup? Looks beautiful, I might have to get it.


Well, I got good news & I got bad news.

You decide which is which.

It'll be a few days before I can post anymore pics of the Notchie version. We completed the job of glassing on the Door& Fender Caps & mounting up the Rocker Panels & the rear bumper earlier today.

Then a customer of mine stopped by & bought all the panels off of that donor car.

He's going to mount those panels to his Notchie & paint it in time to take it to My Open House & FieroRama the weekend of Sept. 8th & 9th.

I'll also be sending him a set of the new optional wide front fenders to put on his car.

The good news is that both the Notchie WideBody & the GT WideBody will make their 1st appearance on the FieroRama weekend.

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A little quicker than expected, the customer has the panels he picked up yeaterday mounted on his car already.

He sent me a few pics.









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Archie, shouldn't you be in bed?
The car is looking pretty sharp!

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Now all that notchie needs is a chop!!!
Man that looks good!!!
I hope he/you keep us updated on the progress of that one Archie.....
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Are these kits availible now? how much uninstalled?
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Originally posted by ly041181:

Are these kits availible now? how much uninstalled?


Yes, we've got them in stock right now & we're making more of them right now.

We have kits for Notchies & Fastbacks. They are $1950.00 for either one.

The kits include:

WideBody Rear Bumper
WideBody Rocker Panels
WideBody Door Caps
WideBody Fender Caps
Fasteners
Detailed instructions with lots of pictures.

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how much for you to chop and widen at it same time?
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Originally posted by advancedwiringsystem:

how much for you to chop and widen at it same time?


Look up abuot 5 posts

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The Chop Top without paint is $4495.00. The WideBody Kit is $1950.00 & installation without paint is $2200.00 making the total $8645.00.

If we do both projects at the same time we will save some labor costs. Those savings would bring the total cost down to about $8300.00.

Please note, We are currently working on optional WideBody front fenders. They will be available in about 2 weeks & will add a bit to the cost of the WideBody kit.

Please note to anyone following this thread: The WideBody kit requires that you install Remote Power Doorlocks on your car if you don't already have them. Also You will need to choose & install (or have us install) new sidemarker lights with the Widebody kits.

Archie

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Is the customer of this wide body notchie sporting a v-8 in this car?
Trying to guess who might be the proud owner of this kit.
Looks Good
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My Guess is that the owner knows how to Chuck things real well and he motors on tv to

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is he making it a one piece kit? or going back and cutting it back out?
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Great kits!!!!!
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is he making it a one piece kit? or going back and cutting it back out?


I don't know what you mean with that question.

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Originally posted by Archie:
The Chop Top without paint is $4495.00. The WideBody Kit is $1950.00 & installation without paint is $2200.00 making the total $8645.00.

If we do both projects at the same time we will save some labor costs. Those savings would bring the total cost down to about $8300.00.

Please note, We are currently working on optional WideBody front fenders. They will be available in about 2 weeks & will add a bit to the cost of the WideBody kit.

Please note to anyone following this thread: The WideBody kit requires that you install Remote Power Doorlocks on your car if you don't already have them. Also You will need to choose & install (or have us install) new sidemarker lights with the Widebody kits.

Archie


Please explain the "install Remote Power Doorlocks" and are you going to make a plug for the tail wing/spoiler?
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Please explain the "install Remote Power Doorlocks" and are you going to make a plug for the tail wing/spoiler?


With the WideBody door caps you can still open the door with the original handle which is in it's original location just under the lip of the door cap. However the door cap covers up the original Fiero key lock. You can either relocate that door lock or you can install a remote door unlock system.

This EBay auction is for one system. there are cheaper ones on EBay, just search for "remote door locks"

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...dZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW

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Thanks Archie, What about the second part to my question?

 
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Please explain the "install Remote Power Doorlocks" and are you going to make a plug for the tail wing/spoiler?
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Originally posted by Archie:

A little quicker than expected, the customer has the panels he picked up yeaterday mounted on his car already.

He sent me a few pics.


Archie


Is the person adding the bow-tie wing? If time permitted, those G35s would look pretty sweet right about now and blow away those fastbacks.

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A little quicker than expected, the customer has the panels he picked up yeaterday mounted on his car already.

He sent me a few pics.
Archie


Any more pics from our friend?

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Any more pics from our friend?


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Painting in process.....







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Sweet! Well our friend have enough time for the wide rims?

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Sweet! Well our friend have enough time for the wide rims?




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Does anyone know of any make of wheels that isn't $1,700 per wheel like the HRE's that would still work in this application?
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Go to www.billetspecialties.com

I am using them for my custom wheels for my IMSA. Depending on the size you want, they range from 15x7 to 15x15. They also make 17" wheels up to 11" wide as well as every other size. Prices for most custom wheels are $420-$475 per wheel.
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I would like to run 18" up front and 19" in the back none of those wheels are that big, plus they are more of the hot rod/street rod style. I was hope for something more euro style.
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What wheels are these? Tire and wheel specs for this car would be great aswell.

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Look here for the link to Axis Wheels...
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Sweet! Well our friend have enough time for the wide rims?



We're heading over to Tire Rack in South Bend early next week for a wheel fitting session trying to find some big 3 pc wheels with small price.

More painted pics.











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The Wide body kit looks good and i think the price is just fine it will take me a bit to save the money but oh well keep up the good work
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Found them. But they don't come in a 5x100 pattern? Are you running the 20x10.5s in the back, Car-Lo?

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We're heading over to Tire Rack in South Bend early next week for a wheel fitting session trying to find some big 3 pc wheels with small price.
Archie



Great! I look forward to spending a few hours viewing his car. As for the 3-piece rim with the small price and wide tires (I checked the site), just make sure he's sitting down on that one, hehe.

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The Wide body kit looks good and i think the price is just fine it will take me a bit to save the money but oh well keep up the good work


engine man you back in the game ?
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Found them. But they don't come in a 5x100 pattern? Are you running the 20x10.5s in the back, Car-Lo?



I did notice that too. You may want to call them...
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