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Photo Chop Shop is open lets give it a shot! by 85SEnochie
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The second pic I took today....I was trying to get the picture alignment a bit better....



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Could somebody put porsche 968/993 mirrors on that car?
http://images.fieroforum.co...rfrontwithmirror.jpg

Today I take molds from porsche mirrors, and I need to decide put it on fiero or not...
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Can I talk someone into changing the luggage rack on that to a standard Formula wing? You can get a full resolution image at http://cowspatoot.freezoka.net/IMG_3731.JPG
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Originally posted by FieroGT-Lithuania:

Could somebody put porsche 968/993 mirrors on that car?
http://images.fieroforum.co...rfrontwithmirror.jpg

Today I take molds from porsche mirrors, and I need to decide put it on fiero or not...


Forever and a day late but here is the pic you may allready have them on but what do you think?

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Can I talk someone into changing the luggage rack on that to a standard Formula wing? You can get a full resolution image at http://cowspatoot.freezoka.net/IMG_3731.JPG


don't look close I could not find a wing at that angle that was high rez what do you think?



Lowered it a little



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I thought I would put some of my highly-amateur photo-chop efforts up, and see what you guys think.




I am trying to homage the Maserati Bora/Merak, DMC12 Delorean, (all by Giugiaro/ItalDesign) and the M-B C111 concept, with a generalized mash-up of traits from all of them.

I have yet to try a photo-chopped slight chassis stretch, to fit my preferred drivetrain... a Subaru EG33 flat 6 (or an EZ30/36), with a longitudinal 2WD converted Subaru manual gearbox. Possibly twin-turbocharged and inter-cooled, and arranged much like a Ferrari 288 GTO's longitudinal driveline, which was converted from the transverse 308 GTB.
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don't look close I could not find a wing at that angle that was high rez what do you think?



Lowered it a little




Thanx. I like the wing, I think we will be doing that shortly. Not sure I like it lowered though. That would be about a two inch drop, right? Maybe if we cut it back to about an inch...I think a set of Eibach lowering springs would be perfect on it. If it were as simple as switching springs, no problem...but if I am going that far in, I am going to do Poly bushings...and then I might as well put new joints in it...and then I might as well powdercoat all the suspension parts while I have it torn down...and it would be a shame to have everything else perfect without reconditioning the frame around it. Yeah, its sitting real good the way it is for now.

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Thanx. I like the wing, I think we will be doing that shortly. Not sure I like it lowered though. That would be about a two inch drop, right? Maybe if we cut it back to about an inch...I think a set of Eibach lowering springs would be perfect on it. If it were as simple as switching springs, no problem...but if I am going that far in, I am going to do Poly bushings...and then I might as well put new joints in it...and then I might as well powdercoat all the suspension parts while I have it torn down...and it would be a shame to have everything else perfect without reconditioning the frame around it. Yeah, its sitting real good the way it is for now.


Cool glad you liked the wing! Nice work on the roadster buy the way!
lol yah I hear you on that as for the lowering part. It's one thing to lower a new car buy a set of springs and call it done but with these beautiful old cars there is allot more to consider

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Originally posted by BoxerFanatic:

I thought I would put some of my highly-amateur photo-chop efforts up, and see what you guys think.




I am trying to homage the Maserati Bora/Merak, DMC12 Delorean, (all by Giugiaro/ItalDesign) and the M-B C111 concept, with a generalized mash-up of traits from all of them.

I have yet to try a photo-chopped slight chassis stretch, to fit my preferred drivetrain... a Subaru EG33 flat 6 (or an EZ30/36), with a longitudinal 2WD converted Subaru manual gearbox. Possibly twin-turbocharged and inter-cooled, and arranged much like a Ferrari 288 GTO's longitudinal driveline, which was converted from the transverse 308 GTB.


I like your photo shops they are clean!
How much of a streach do you want to see I would like to give it ago if you don't mind?
OOOO yah can we see what you started with on the photo? I like to see all the details in what you changed.

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Thanks,

I am not sure how much the stretch would be... I would have to measure from the hub-center axle line to the firewall clearance on the car, and the axle-center to crank pulley on a Subaru drivetrain to be swapped in. It would be less than what is necessary for a longitudinal V8 re-fit, as a flat 6 is shorter in both length and height.

A shorter turbo flat 4 might not even need a stretch, but I love H6 engines with 60 degree firing order. The rear trunk might have to give up some depth, or be cut out altogether.

The "donor" car for my photo-editing, was the V8 Archie-built Stinger, it is a fantastic, CLEAN example. I wouldn't replicate Stinger directly obviously, probably not even the color, but with a similar clean execution, with a lack of extra add-ons to dilute the form.

The front and rear fascias, window sill, side mirror, and obviously the fastback shape are the areas I focused on.

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Thanks,

I am not sure how much the stretch would be... I would have to measure from the hub-center axle line to the firewall clearance on the car, and the axle-center to crank pulley on a Subaru drivetrain to be swapped in. It would be less than what is necessary for a longitudinal V8 re-fit, as a flat 6 is shorter in both length and height.

A shorter turbo flat 4 might not even need a stretch, but I love H6 engines with 60 degree firing order. The rear trunk might have to give up some depth, or be cut out altogether.

The "donor" car for my photo-editing, was the V8 Archie-built Stinger, it is a fantastic, CLEAN example. I wouldn't replicate Stinger directly obviously, probably not even the color, but with a similar clean execution, with a lack of extra add-ons to dilute the form.

The front and rear fascias, window sill, side mirror, and obviously the fastback shape are the areas I focused on.

original:
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changed: (without permission, not for profit or redistribution, and for demonstration purposes only.)




Yah the stinger is a nice platform to play with! I could not help myself and worked on it allready probable a 2 or 3 inch in this chop.
I liked the black on the roof in the first one you did so tried to put it in this one and thought a GT marker light with trim would look good on the front fascia?



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Looks good.

The stretch doesn't distort the lines much at all.

It might also favor a slight and very gradual rear fender flare across the whole panel, as well. A Subaru Turbo 4 or an NA flat 6 with some tuning is capable of 300+ horsepower to the rear wheels... one might want to fit some substantial width tires back there.

The GT truncated front indicators look nice, and I can see why to smooth the nose. I also considered a unitized front end, with the top half of the fenders, and the top of the nose panel unified with the hood, all opening forward, sort of like a Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer. I would use the belt-line to hide the panel seam. (and I'd probably recess the belt line, rather than having it protrude, and it would also be black.

And maybe this color, or something similar.


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Looks good.

The stretch doesn't distort the lines much at all.

It might also favor a slight and very gradual rear fender flare across the whole panel, as well. A Subaru Turbo 4 or an NA flat 6 with some tuning is capable of 300+ horsepower to the rear wheels... one might want to fit some substantial width tires back there.

The GT truncated front indicators look nice, and I can see why to smooth the nose. I also considered a unitized front end, with the top half of the fenders, and the top of the nose panel unified with the hood, all opening forward, sort of like a Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer. I would use the belt-line to hide the panel seam. (and I'd probably recess the belt line, rather than having it protrude, and it would also be black.

And maybe this color, or something similar.



How is this?



I know the color does not match but just having some fun with it what do you think?



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Hi all

Hopefully the pics work rite away.....

Looking for a chop of the munson style front-end with a pisa ZR-2 front end.......

The very top of the Munson front-end, those scoops that are molded into the bumper to allow air to the radiator, could you put those in the ZR-2 front bumper, the same spot, PWEASE??????


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Originally posted by BoxerFanatic:

I thought I would put some of my highly-amateur photo-chop efforts up, and see what you guys think.




I am trying to homage the Maserati Bora/Merak, DMC12 Delorean, (all by Giugiaro/ItalDesign) and the M-B C111 concept, with a generalized mash-up of traits from all of them.

I have yet to try a photo-chopped slight chassis stretch, to fit my preferred drivetrain... a Subaru EG33 flat 6 (or an EZ30/36), with a longitudinal 2WD converted Subaru manual gearbox. Possibly twin-turbocharged and inter-cooled, and arranged much like a Ferrari 288 GTO's longitudinal driveline, which was converted from the transverse 308 GTB.


I'M IN LOVE!!!!
the yellow one looks like a Fiero and Delorean hooked up.
I'd say it could be mistaken for a Fiero prototype. looks like a good one!
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Hi all

Hopefully the pics work rite away.....

Looking for a chop of the munson style front-end with a pisa ZR-2 front end.......

The very top of the Munson front-end, those scoops that are molded into the bumper to allow air to the radiator, could you put those in the ZR-2 front bumper, the same spot, PWEASE??????


Munson bumper:



Zr-2 bumper:





I finished the pix when pip starts working again I will post

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HI all

Thanx bro!!
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Thanx bro!!


Here you go what do you think?

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HI all

Knew it would look good, but not that great!! Awesome job!!!
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I'M IN LOVE!!!!
the yellow one looks like a Fiero and Delorean hooked up.
I'd say it could be mistaken for a Fiero prototype. looks like a good one!


Yah I think Boxerfanatic did a great job both with his vision and the photo shop

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OOOOOOOO Goody! Another lizardo to play with it looks good in yellow I think what to do? what to do?



Ok I know the pillar angle is not wright but had to chop it anyway



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A little PISA converion action notchie to fast back.

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Just to bump it a little



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Some ideas for RBS in Limbo

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Now I'm just messing with differant thoughts. Let me know if you like any of them john?



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how about


With this front bumper?


Never a big fan of the huge holes in the front of a car.
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With this front bumper?


Never a big fan of the huge holes in the front of a car.


Something like this?

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I like this one.
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I like this one.


Thank man I like that one too.

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close enough... thank you!
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close enough... thank you!


No problem let me know if I can get it closer to what you want to see?

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Trying an RX7 rear window for a notchie hatch back ?



and the notch unmodified with same window



and the RX7 that I got the window from.



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ok after the last post I had to make a notchie RX7

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Can someone show a Mera with Chromadora wheels in British racing green? That is beyond my skill level and I would like to get an idea as to what the car looks like before selecting this color.

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Can someone show a Mera with Chromadora wheels in British racing green? That is beyond my skill level and I would like to get an idea as to what the car looks like before selecting this color.

Nelson


Forget the photoshop...just look at this nice one I saw at Daytona 2010...even had the T-Tops
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OK, OK...for those who didn't get the joke, that picture was photoshopped from Nelson's blue Mera...

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Or was it his lavender one? I lost track. How many Meras DO you own, Nelson?

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