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The unofficial Chop Top list by jscott1
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yes i saw the pic of your green fiero, i think i like that color on the fiero. i would have liked to have been at the dells run but i was in the bahamas. maybe next year, we'll see................any choptops or fiero nuts around oshkosh?

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Chop Top #26.

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#026 continued;


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Originally posted by jscott1:

The chop top list keeps getting archived and I can't update it... (Help keep this bumped)

Here is the latest. (pics added below)

Unofficial List - Last Updated 4/5/2008

<<<<ARCHIE CHOP TOPS>>>>>>

001. Great Blue Choptop (GBCT) ....................Aug 1998
002. Purple Pavement Eater (notchback)......... 1998 (Finished at Archie's shop by Archie and NIFE Volunteers)
003. 246 Dino Replica for a guy in Indiana.............. 11-13-98
004. PFF ChopTop ..................................... 11-20-98 (new owner Exoticse 2005)
005. Vasquar ............................................. 9-1-00
006. Steve in Rockford IL..................................... May 2001
007. Stinger .......................................Jan 2002
008. PFF GMGW3 Cary ......................... Sept 2002
009. Gun Metal GT fastback Tacoma Washington ..Oct. 2002
010. PFF Jim's 88 GT Jim Albright ................June 2003
011. Silver Choptop Curley.................. fall 2003
012. Chester's Dirty Rat Rob D............. Oct 2003
013. Black Death - Fierotaz (Leroy) ........... Mar. 2004
014. Proud-1 Jscott1 ................... July 2004
015. Curley's widebody................sept 2004?
016. Dowdian's Sharona..................December 2004?
017. Black 85 Fastback LS1
018. Bob's "SideWider" a.k.a Stinger clone
019. Will-Martin's Formula
020. MadCurl Project #3 (Widebody)
021 New project for V8Archie
022 IMSA Chop top - Troy Boy from New York
023 Dr. CPU from Mississauga, ON, Canada
024 Cornersonrails - Algonquin,Il USA
025 FIEROciousGT (David)- Central, FL


<<<<HOMEBREWED>>>>> In No Particular Order

101) Purple Pavement Eater (PPE) Fastback - Rich Warber 1997
102) Silver Fastback - Sharkman
103) Red 84 5 inch chop - RJones
104) 85? Notchback - F355Spider
105) 88 T-top - Jscott1
106) Orville 1
107) Orville 2
108) ShueGlue737 - targa
109) Midshipman Easy
110) Slickrick 2000?
111) Seth - Yellow 88 quad 4 5-Speed
112) Jordangel - Chopped t-top?
113) joshua riedl - Red Noitchback
114) ShawnKFL - Red Fastback
115) OPM2000 - Red Formula
116) Driven Visions - Notchback
117) 85 SE 4 Cyl 5 Sp Bphotrod from MI
118) Black V8 Notchie from Fierorama
119) 86 Chop top Notchback from Houlton, ME
120) Orville #3
121) JMBishop - Gold fastback -Texas
122) Flyingbob - Fastback from Thunder Bay, ON Canada
123) F355 - Silver Fastback - Texas




Never mind.

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Hey? why am I not on the list ?

I guess I will have to get back to work on it so I can make the list.

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Some of the cars in the homebrewed list don't even exist anymore...updates are welcome.

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Madcurl would have a full time job documenting his mods to keep the list current

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Originally posted by jscott1:

Some of the cars in the homebrewed list don't even exist anymore...updates are welcome.

and based upon the second batch of choptop windows there's gonna be more.


http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/050752.html


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This car is home brew and belongs to a guy in Vancouver British Columbia. He always brings it to the Jet City Fieros picnic in June in Arlington WA.



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My apologies if this question seems ignorant being said in a thread about chop tops but how much does something like that cost? I would like something like that done to my 87GT.

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Originally posted by faalvino:

My apologies if this question seems ignorant being said in a thread about chop tops but how much does something like that cost? I would like something like that done to my 87GT.

http://v8archie.com/v8Archie/home.htm

 
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FORM ARCHIES SITE

The process of doing a complete Chop Top conversion is very labor intensive and can be best broken down into three progressive steps.

Step #1 The Outside
a) We remove your original top roof section, windshield and the top section of the rear clip.
b) We support the Fiero chassis and cut, chop & section the original roof and reform the windshield mounting area.
c) We cut and re-build the roof sections to reflect the new chopped roof line profile.
d) We remove the original Fiero side windows and replace them with custom made Lexan parts.
e) We remount the windshield and install the totally new rear window.
f) We reinstall the newly modified rear clip and roof panel and trim parts.
g) We make and install replacement Quarter windows (coupe or fastback)


Step #2 The Inside
h) We totally remove ALL interior panels, carpet, seats, dash etc.
i) We modify the interior "A" & "B" pillar trim pieces and reinstall them.
j) We re-assemble the complete interior.


Step #3 The Finish
k) We finish the exterior body work to where it is ready for final prep and paint.
l) We re-paint the modified body pieces to the original colors.

(Complete paint jobs are available but not included in the following pricing.)



Pricing
For the complete conversion (Steps #1, #2 & #3) Price By Quote Only*
For conversion without paint (Steps #1 & #2) Price $ 4495.00
For the conversion to the top only (Step #1 you do the interior & paint at your leisure) Introductory Price $ 4095.00
* This price can vary depending on your paint choices.


The full process takes 3 to 4 weeks to complete and is by appointment only.
You are urged to make your appointment early. We have limited capacity and a large demand. For an appointment or more information you can contact Archie by Email, Mail or Phone. We are quite excited about continuing this popular item and hope you are too.

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^^^^^^^^^^
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^^^^^^^^^^
Thanks


No problem.

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Originally posted by faalvino:

My apologies if this question seems ignorant being said in a thread about chop tops but how much does something like that cost? I would like something like that done to my 87GT.


Chop Top Side Windows $650.00
Chop Top #1 $4,095.00
WideBody Kit $2,250.00

http://www.v8archie.com/v8Archie/home.htm

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Originally posted by faalvino:

My apologies if this question seems ignorant being said in a thread about chop tops but how much does something like that cost? I would like something like that done to my 87GT.


Professionally? around $4500-$5000 (Archie)

Doing it yourself - $depends on ability.

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Chop Top Side Windows $650.00
Chop Top #1 $4,095.00
WideBody Kit $2,250.00

http://www.v8archie.com/v8Archie/home.htm

Having the coolest car on the block priceless


Very nice quote i like it lol

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Professionally? around $4500-$5000 (Archie)

Doing it yourself - $depends on ability.


So basically as of my fiero skills right now it will cost me somewhere near $5000 lol
Ill improve that as time goes by =)

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Personaly i wouldent chop mine. The europa i just bought my head litterley rubs aganst the roof when i sit in it. And if i flip that car im dead.... Dont need that feeling in a fiero.

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I will build another chop one day... so, bump

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Bump

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86 SE 4 Speed 3.4 "The Short Bus"
Under the knife. Soon to be choptop...

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I will build another chop one day... so, bump


What happened with the first one ??

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Bump for SMTHGT but I see you have seen this one.

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What happened with the first one ??


It is a very long story, but "SmoothGT" ended up in the crusher, without my knowledge. BUT, thats ok, next one will be better as the bar has been raised 3~4 levels while I was gone (5 years).

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Bump for SMTHGT but I see you have seen this one.


thanks Steve...

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Keep this one clean and don't ask questions that others dare not ask!
So when do you get your GT?

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Keep this one clean and don't ask questions that others dare not ask!
So when do you get your GT?


shhhh....
What GT..??

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Chop Top Side Windows $650.00
Chop Top #1 $4,095.00
WideBody Kit $2,250.00


Having the coolest car on the block priceless

When I do a chop top Fiero, I include Glass windows in the price they are not extra. I have a basic chop for $2500.00

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Originally posted by BlackThunderGT:


Chop Top Side Windows $650.00
Chop Top #1 $4,095.00
WideBody Kit $2,250.00

http://www.v8archie.com/v8Archie/home.htm

Having the coolest car on the block priceless


And worth every penny of it. Great service, great product, great guy, great glass , great staff. And the only person on this forum that has over 25 choptops to his name.









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I'm assuming number 121 is the one I bought and parted out. I gave what was left of it to MstangsBware.

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Ill be starting my chop top as soon as the snow melts and I can get my car outa storage its a 87 gt white, so far I have the Archie choptop kit and rockers purchased.

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Ill be starting my choptop as soon as the snow melts and I can get my car outa storage its a 87 gt white w gray trim right now I plan on doing a two tone white on bottom with black top, so far I have the Archie choptop kit and rockers purchaced I plan on possibly geting one of the v fiber front and rear bumpers style #1 to go with it all as time goes on I plan on having it choped in time for the dells show.

this is how the paint will be sorta


I like that paint scheme. I'd post up my choptop (procured from F355) but I'm using my phone. I'll try to get a link from Photobucket if I can do it on here. If not, refer to my avatar.

Edit - hopefully this works...

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Ten months and no updates?

C'mon all you homebrewed choppers, let's see some updates!

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Mine never made the list.
HOMEBREW! 86 SE 4 speed 3.4L





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03 Silverado 3500 Duramax!
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This was my favorite configuration of the short bus. (minus the rear wheel gap, but that was done soon after IIRC).

Shouldn't there be a few more of the cars from Dean's shop in be in this thread? And I'll let jetsnvettes take the honor of posting his chopper as well!

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Originally posted by 1988holleyformula:
Shouldn't there be a few more of the cars from Dean's shop in be in this thread?


I agree that more chop tops should be listed. I also think that Dean’s chop tops need to be listed under Whodeanie’s instead of homebrewed.

I think mine is Whodeanie's # 3 or 4 but not 100% on those numbers until I talk to Dean.



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I agree that more chop tops should be listed. I also think that Dean’s chop tops need to be listed under Whodeanie’s instead of homebrewed.

I think mine is Whodeanie's # 3 or 4 but not 100% on those numbers until I talk to Dean.



I started this thread as a way of keeping up with all the chop tops... I intended for the owners to keep it updated so if you have a choptop, homebrewed or otherwise, please post it.

Curley is the one that is enamored with the numbering system, so I'll let him chime in. But you could have A1, A2, for Archie, W1, W2, for Whodeanine, H1, H2, if you wielded the saw yourself. It really doesn't matter as long as you post it and enjoy your car.


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