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Photo Chop Shop is open lets give it a shot! by 85SEnochie
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Can you put the new headlights on the GTO Fiero?







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I think it looses something in the mix. Care to try one more? Make the GTO fascia smooth again like before. Then move the new lights backward into the headlight doors so it just looks like the doors themselves were modified.

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The black door panel looks great! Those would sell!

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OK..is here is a poor attempt of what I would like to see. I want the arch of the fenders to flow all the way down ...like the driver side...the passenger side angle is off in my attempt.




This is the original photo I started with:
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Got it! Hows this?






I was actually thinking this type of lighting on the original GT nose. Like a 2 position head light, when I flip my blinkers on they would pop up just enough to show the turn lights, then head lights below the turn signal.
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Will get to all your requestes on Monday have a good weekend

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sounds good...thanks
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I think it looses something in the mix. Care to try one more? Make the GTO fascia smooth again like before. Then move the new lights backward into the headlight doors so it just looks like the doors themselves were modified.

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How is this better?



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That's closer to what I was talking about but what I'm thinking is if the owner doesn't want to modify the nose at all. Keep the nose the same and only modify the headlight doors. That way anybody could do the headlight mod.

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OK..is here is a poor attempt of what I would like to see. I want the arch of the fenders to flow all the way down ...like the driver side...the passenger side angle is off in my attempt.




This is the original photo I started with:


I like the angle on the passenger side you did but here is my go at it what do you think?

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When PIP finds the server again I will post more pix I have not yet figured out why it comes and goes

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I was actually thinking this type of lighting on the original GT nose. Like a 2 position head light, when I flip my blinkers on they would pop up just enough to show the turn lights, then head lights below the turn signal.


Lets start with the lights up what do you think of this?

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That will work well enough, I don't want the cut out portion of the bumper but i can picture as shown.
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That will work well enough, I don't want the cut out portion of the bumper but i can picture as shown.


That's what I was talking aobut, too.

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That's what I was talking aobut, too.

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Bummer I like the cut outs lol Here you go I think I got it right this time?



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That will work well enough, I don't want the cut out portion of the bumper but i can picture as shown.


You might like this better?



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Bummer I like the cut outs lol Here you go I think I got it right this time?





You NAILED it!!

The cutouts are very cool but not everyone wants to cut up their fascia. Espcially if they just hand made the GTO nose!! Headlight doors, on the other hand are a dime a dozen. Nobody would think twice about cutting them up for a project. I think this version is EXTREMELY cool!! The LEDs could be made to be turn signals as well so the lights wouldn't have to pop up every time you hit the turn signal.

I wish my hands were as skilled as my imagination! I'd be making some parts!

Thanks again for a job well done!
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Excellent! A + for you, now I just have to find a stepper motor to pull this off!
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Cool! glad to help both of you, I am still having a ton of fun doing it

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Excellent! A + for you, now I just have to find a stepper motor to pull this off!


Or just get the spot where the LEDs are shown to be it's down position I think the lazy eye's look pretty cool?
And another thought you could do what boostdreamer had me do trim the light cover back about an inch and mount them to the front of it?


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That an options but if I could get them to pop up for turn signal I think that would be a cool mod. I got to find an internal motor picture or a different setup completely.
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Can you do a VW Bug for me this time? Can you take this 2012 Beetle and give it the Baja treatment? Give it smaller wheels with mud tires. A few inches of body lift. Cut the fenders to give a larger radius opening. Cut the bumpers off below the lights. Dark tint on the windows and get rid of the window sticker. Anything else you want to add is fine.

Can't wait to see it!

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Can you do a VW Bug for me this time? Can you take this 2012 Beetle and give it the Baja treatment? Give it smaller wheels with mud tires. A few inches of body lift. Cut the fenders to give a larger radius opening. Cut the bumpers off below the lights. Dark tint on the windows and get rid of the window sticker. Anything else you want to add is fine.

Can't wait to see it!

Jonathan





LOL I'll put a 2.8L V6 sticking out the back too to keep it somewhat Fiero related

Put in a search and found this one I could get the red one to look like this?



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That's pretty cool for a girlie Bug! Yeah, do it however you want to!

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That's pretty cool for a girlie Bug! Yeah, do it however you want to!

Jonathan


It's a bit of a stretch so let’s keep these in the PM's I would like to stay in General chat I don't hang out much in off topic

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That's cool. I didn't think about it needing to be Fiero related.

Thanks for the visual!!

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That's cool. I didn't think about it needing to be Fiero related.

Thanks for the visual!!

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No prob. I sometimes forget about that too

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OK...I have a request:

I would like to see this MERA:


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In this color:



With the side mirror shaved

Please and thank you
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OK...I have a request:

I would like to see this MERA:


This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view.


In this color:



With the side mirror shaved

Please and thank you


Let me know if I got the color right?







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AWESOME...Perfect!
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How about some 18" Ferrari wheels on it?







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Looks awesome!

That is the correct color. I am actually having ALSA Corp. make that color into a chrome wrap.

Then we will shoot it in clear coat and buffed.

I saw this F308 and thought it might look good with mine as well. Can you PS the my blue MERA with a black bottom like this one:


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Looks awesome!

That is the correct color. I am actually having ALSA Corp.


that ALSA stuff looks interesting. Have you tried the canned paints? If so any prepe and paint recommendations, mine with be cany apple. I might try it for the mirrors I am change to.
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Looks awesome!

That is the correct color. I am actually having ALSA Corp. make that color into a chrome wrap.

Then we will shoot it in clear coat and buffed.

I saw this F308 and thought it might look good with mine as well. Can you PS the my blue MERA with a black bottom like this one:



Like this ?



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Close enough...the black is also going to be a black chrome...so bottom would be as reflective as the top portion.

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Close enough...the black is also going to be a black chrome...so bottom would be as reflective as the top portion.

Thanks


I was trying for that but there is no reflection in the bottom of the pic so I couldn’t get it there

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Here is a try at giving some reflexion what do you think?

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Yes...that is correct!

Found these after-market 5x100 rims...i think may look good:



with these center caps:


my crummy editing version:

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Yes...that is correct!

Found these after-market 5x100 rims...i think may look good:



with these center caps:


my crummy editing version:




I'll call this a group effort I took what you did and cut it out a little more and here is my go at it
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Looks a lot better ...thank you!...also will PM you regarding the other.
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