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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Start a new project... What do you thing what it is??





















Looks like the start of a trailer to me!
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Left my baby in Fiero Jon's capable hands for a engine transplant. Hope to bring her home for Easter.
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bought new rims for the Formula,
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I got the oppertunity to brush another 2.5" of snow of my Fiero. I really need to get that slave cylinder fixed so it doesn't have to sit outside anymore.
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I just cleaned out 1/4 of the garage. My Fiero is currently occupying 2/4, with neither cradle under it, so that just leaves the last fourth for this afternoon. I tackled the worst of it first, knowing I'll have less energy later. Amazing how stuff accumulates, isn't it?
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Went to 2 pick and pulls today looking for a lower valance for the front of a bumper pad car. When you don't need them, they are everywhere - when you do need something, they all got crushed yesterday. I found one in pretty rough shape but better than mine - mine is missing most of it. So I pulled it and a decent front grill and headed back to the house. As I turned off the main road onto a side street, I gave the V8 Coupe a little burp of the throttle and she spun completely around on me! It was the first time I really got on it since I put the new motor in. Wholly Molly! It really caught me by surprize.
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I painted the front calipers today, hopefully the rears tomorrow.
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Went to 2 pick and pulls today looking for a lower valance for the front of a bumper pad car. When you don't need them, they are everywhere - when you do need something, they all got crushed yesterday. I found one in pretty rough shape but better than mine - mine is missing most of it. So I pulled it and a decent front grill and headed back to the house. As I turned off the main road onto a side street, I gave the V8 Coupe a little burp of the throttle and she spun completely around on me! It was the first time I really got on it since I put the new motor in. Wholly Molly! It really caught me by surprize.


That's sad. You actually paid money for a not-so-great example. Mine's a low-mileage cherry that I won't be needing, but I couldn't give it away.
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I did finish cleaning everything out from behind my Fiero, yesterday afternoon. Just didn't sweep the floor.
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Going to try to replace the skeleton in my 87 GT,



I finally got all the stuff out of the old skeleton. I took the stock radio to www.carstereoworks.com for an overhaul. There must be some hidden fastner in the front of the old skeleton because I can not easily pull it out. It got too warm to continue the task, so I took a break.

What is holding the old skeleton in place.
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What is holding the old skeleton in place.
Did you remove the plastic push pins from the side molding pieces ? There's about 4 on each side. and I can see two small bolts still attached in the center metal plate.

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Old Lar:

What is holding the old skeleton in place.
Did you remove the plastic push pins from the side molding pieces ? There's about 4 on each side. and I can see two small bolts still attached in the center metal plate.

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I thought I got all the push pins loose, I'll check again. It seem that just the front is stuck.
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There's also that lip on top of the skeletal that catches on the dash.
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Installed Rodney's replacement Getrag selector cable...now it shifts like buttah! (found out the old cable is just fine just needed some silicone spray lubricant).
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i took the tube that blows air in the alt. off the car and polished it. i am board, i polish things. looks good too.looks loke i get to drive to the pain clinic tomorow.
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Looks like the start of a trailer to me!


Or a trike. *cringe*

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I installed new Kahines sail panel with special graphic on passenger side.

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I installed new Kahines sail panel with special graphic on passenger side.





One word: FRIGGIN' AWESOME. Oh wait, that's two. Whatever, friggin awesome!
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Not from today, but from Sunday. I just didn't upload it till today.

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Replaced a rotten dew wipe on my 86 GT. Will conquer the other side next week.
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Rustoleum High Heat Ultra Semi-Gloss blacked the SC3 supercharger, valve covers, N* TB n adapter plate and fuel rail






just cut out the rectangle shape for the firewall heatshield out of some firewall material. too tired to cut intricate shapes. i might slice a tendon or artery O_O
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since i seem to be getting so many PM's about my hitch, ill answer right here
the trailor hitch/bike rack hitch jack, lifting and resting points...

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I love these pictures. They really show off the differences between notchie and fastback, especially height and length difference between the two.
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i was going for a ride but as i walked around my car i seen my tail light cover falling off, 87 gt. i have one side done and wow it was dirty. i took it in the shower and cleaned all the 24 yrs. of dust off of it. one day i will learn how to post pictures. i could not belive how good the grease was on the bulbs, took them out and cleaned them too.
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That's sad. You actually paid money for a not-so-great example. Mine's a low-mileage cherry that I won't be needing, but I couldn't give it away.


Well I never said I had to pay for it..... The gal at the pay window felt bad because it was in sad shape so she let me have it for free I would not have paid more than a few bucks for it anyway.
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Replaced a rotten dew wipe on my 86 GT. Will conquer the other side next week.


Got 2 more over here waiting for you to come "dew" them! Free Fat Tire or Bluemoon - Dew Wipers Choice!
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i punched my 88 in the fender because its testing my patience.
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Got 2 more over here waiting for you to come "dew" them! Free Fat Tire or Bluemoon - Dew Wipers Choice!


You sir, are speaking my language. I'd be happy to swap them!!
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Removed old leaking moonroof seal. Tring to fogure out how to removed the fossilized remanants of the original one that were beneath it.
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In the last week I have replaced some broken interior pieces, swapped out my auto shifter knob with a leather Camaro RS one, put in a new air filter, properly connected all the sections of my air intake that for some reason weren't connected and gave the airbox a fresh coat of black paint, pulled a bunch of spare body panels (junkyard was having a sale. You never know what you'll need haha), began replacing the broken passenger window, and most importantly I joined this forum
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Sold my 2.8 engine. I guess that only leaves me one option! ........ Save up for Dave / BMWGURU!
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got my paperwork all taken care of for my Grundy Insurance.... $108.39/year full coverage, agreed value $5,500.00

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Re installing the components into the center console. It looks like the electric mirror directional switch is broken..the button fell out and it looks like there was small clip that held it in place that isn't there anymore. hmmmm I'll need to look into this some more and try to find another switch.
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New tips.

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i had off from work today so i took it for a cruise and got some lunch and my friend wrote fiero on a plate with ketchup

then after i got home i washed it and i got the soot off my back bumper!

i still have to get it off the bottom of the bumper and try to clean the tips though.
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Replaced the missing EGR solenoid bracket on my 86 GT thanks to Vince (Snapperhead).
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Drove the 88 GT down to Duluth GA, headed for Whodeanie's shop tomorrow. Feels good to stretch that drive train out more than just a dozen miles or so at a time.
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took the heads off, took out the valves, sandblasted the valves, lapped them in, reassembled them

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i finished my tail light rebuild on my gt. look much cleaner and i did use almost 2/3 of a tube of silicone calk. i have arm pump from squeesing. i recieved my 9 led marker lights in molding from tlg. the car should be seen at night now. tig did a great job building them too. now i am ready for my back surgery. my tail light covers are not falling off now.dam those bulbs where dusty.

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i was going for a ride but as i walked around my car i seen my tail light cover falling off, 87 gt. i have one side done and wow it was dirty. i took it in the shower and cleaned all the 24 yrs. of dust off of it. one day i will learn how to post pictures. i could not belive how good the grease was on the bulbs, took them out and cleaned them too.


This should have been in the "You know you own a Fiero when" ... You remove parts off your car and take showers with them

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