UPDATE! Finally got some free time to get things rolling. Fitted the hood and chin spoiler (Fiero Warehouse). Had to redo my front cover and roof panel and got those primed(in purple primer). Now to get it sanded and painted.....
Sorry the poor quality pics, my camera was on the wrong setting and the car is cover in body dust.
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can you believe its been a year and I still haven't gotten it painted? The bad thing about is that I can't park my car in my driveway now because the chin is too low! The price we pay to look good?!?LOL
The remarkable thing is that the hood fit perfect, no modifying anything, which makes me happy. NOTHING ever works right the first time on a fiero!
If you bring your car in for an estimate, just call ahead to make sure its ok. The boss doesn't like surprise estimates much?!?! I saw its a minor repair ( for a bodyman) so it shouldn't be a big deal.
Very nice I really like how it turned out. I see so many hoods that are not original or are just plain weird so it is nice to see one so well turned out.
You ability to keep the front trunk wall withsuch a long sweeping scoop is a job well done.
As for the air dam I feel your pain. I would love to drop my car 1 inch but with my air dam I would never get it into the driveway too. I have to rake the gravel away at the end just so I don't scoop it up now when I pull in.
I would pay you fair money to make one of those for me out of my hood, but I can understand your desire for uniqueness. After all, Fieros are so extremely common that they aren't unique in the least.
Would I be able to meet with you three from down there (SOULCRUSHER, lildevil, and Saxman) at the same time to check out all of your amazing Fieros and to maybe carry on good conversations? Waldorf sounds like a nice two-wheel ride from here (since I don't have a running Fiero anymore).
Thats a beautiful hood. I bought the same scoops as 3.8sc before I knew he had them. Been busy with my engine project so hood has been waiting. Your about to make me change my mind here. Thanks a lot. Now I've got more searching to do.
Yes, car can be seen in the current issue of Pontiac Enthusiast magazine, or I believe you can see the article online at www.pontiacenthusiast.com Actually, you need to go to "Archives" and open the issue with the Red Catalina on the cover. Go to page 63-65 and its there. ------------------
1988 Purple Fiero GTw/SC3800 conversion Best ET with 3.0 pulley,XPHOT cam, SS I/C and 105lb Valve springs: 12.38@110mph Best 60 Foot ever: 1.699
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