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Photo Chop Shop is open lets give it a shot! by 85SEnochie
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I do like white on Fiero's I did this for (FieroFanatic13) While I was getting there I was at a two tone that I thought looked pretty good so I posted both.



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OK so I live in a chop top world, in my head anyway this would be a bad ass ride!

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OK so I live in a chop top world, in my head anyway this would be a bad ass ride!




enough photo chop chop!, get to building it LOL!


just kidding I know it is way easyer and cheeper to do it this way but not near as much fun
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If it was not my day driver it would be tor down and modified to the gills. Maybe some day I'll get there for real.
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Like that last one but IMO got to round those front fenders to give it that modern look. They are too flat.
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If it was not my day driver it would be tor down and modified to the gills. Maybe some day I'll get there for real.


I understand that. it is hard to fit projects that big into a weekend.
the chop would take the most time the other stuff you could do little by little and for the most part off the car untill you are done with it.
just try to break it down into smaller projects that you can do when you have time. you would be shocked at how much progress you could make in a short time.
good talking to you again.
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Like that last one but IMO got to round those front fenders to give it that modern look. They are too flat.


That would be what you would get if you had that bumper I just cut and pasted it on there. I could have removed the already photo shopped front spoiler but I kind of liked it.

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I understand that. it is hard to fit projects that big into a weekend.
the chop would take the most time the other stuff you could do little by little and for the most part off the car untill you are done with it.
just try to break it down into smaller projects that you can do when you have time. you would be shocked at how much progress you could make in a short time.
good talking to you again.
D.


Do you know anybody with a V6 I could rebiuld the ring's are going in the motor. I have to much blow by. motor comes first

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Do you know anybody with a V6 I could rebiuld the ring's are going in the motor. I have to much blow by. motor comes first




not on your side of the world I don't. I will have one out of my car but I don't know when that would be it depends on how soon I can get my LS6 together to install.
I would look for an older Camaro with a V6 it bolts right in with minor mods to the starter side. and they are very common motors that people with Camaro's just rip out for V8's
so you should be able to pick one up cheap. even if you had to rebuild it you could do that and still drive you car till you are ready for the swap.
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I understand that. it is hard to fit projects that big into a weekend.
the chop would take the most time the other stuff you could do little by little and for the most part off the car untill you are done with it.
just try to break it down into smaller projects that you can do when you have time. you would be shocked at how much progress you could make in a short time.
good talking to you again.
D.




Some good advice i think that all of us should absorb. Sometimes the overall project can be overwhelming and we get consumed with frustration.



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not on your side of the world I don't. I will have one out of my car but I don't know when that would be it depends on how soon I can get my LS6 together to install.
I would look for an older Camaro with a V6 it bolts right in with minor mods to the starter side. and they are very common motors that people with Camaro's just rip out for V8's
so you should be able to pick one up cheap. even if you had to rebuild it you could do that and still drive you car till you are ready for the swap.
D.


Good idea thank you + for you!

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hey guys! 85SEnotchie u r the shiznit! lol

i am doing what he photoshopped for me. i cant wait! great work!

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The LIZARDO I thought it could use a new pair of shoes, the front marker light moved and badge less pretty sweet looking I think.

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The LIZARDO I thought it could use a new pair of shoes, the front marker light moved and badge less pretty sweet looking I think.

How about replacing the headlights with something smaller like the Toyo Celica ones and doing something with that front bumper?
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How about replacing the headlights with something smaller like the Toyo Celica ones and doing something with that front bumper?


Do what to the front bumper?
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Do what to the front bumper?


Reduce the vertical size.
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Reduce the vertical size.


I didnt put different lights on there but I made them smaller to give the same idea and reduced the vertical size on the front bumper.



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I didnt put different lights on there but I made them smaller to give the same idea and reduced the vertical size on the front bumper.




Thank you. Now what do you guys & gals think? The HL bean would not work.

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COOL! it is fun to create the ideas in your head and it's FREE!



free is good, and my wife doesn't complain about the smell of resin in the garage :-)
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A little front to back for the new favorite

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This is a beautiful replica so I took the livardo nose and modified it to look a little more like the replica.



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I was checking out the Vector post and thought the W8 rear on a chop top wide body would look sweet.

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So I was playing with kingdom customs car again and thought that the picture would look better if the front wheel was not turned so after doing it to the notchie I created I figured I would do it to the picture from the web site to maybe get kingdom custom to take some new pix of it.




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85SEnochie, this car, whose picture I lifted from another thread, looks fairly similar to mine (including its color scheme and the wheels I have planned for it), but I'll be going for a 3-inch chop on it later:

 
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As an older guy who was into cars back in the days of the mighty "Cragar SS," I went on a quest to find a similar looking wheels to fit my 86GT in the stock sized 15" ... After a long search.... I found these.....These are the American Racing "Aero" model in 15x7 as mentioned by Project34...


Is a 3-inch chop something you can depict by working your magic on that photo, 85SEnochie?

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OK so I went out and measured the side vent on my car and it is 3 1/2" tall so I used that to get close. This would be slammed!

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OK so I went out and measured the side vent on my car and it is 3 1/2" tall so I used that to get close. This would be slammed!

Oops! That looks great, but I see I should have been more clear in my request.

I'm sorry about that. I actually meant to refer to a 3-inch chopped roof on the red car, as opposed to slamming it 3 inches, sort of like these real-life pictures that clearly highlight the profile differences between a Fiero with a standard roof (2nd picture below) versus a Fiero with a V-8 Archie, 3-inch chop to its roof (1st picture below):

 
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Because the red GT's color scheme and its wheels will be similar to my GT's, can you do me a big favor and depict that type of 3-inch roof chop on this red car?

 
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As an older guy who was into cars back in the days of the mighty "Cragar SS," I went on a quest to find a similar looking wheels to fit my 86GT in the stock sized 15" ... After a long search.... I found these.....These are the American Racing "Aero" model in 15x7 as mentioned by Project34...


I've no idea if it would easier to re-color both the silver car and the white car red, and then substitute on them the chrome wheels of the red car pictured immediately above, but hopefully this explains more clearly what I hoping to see.
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OK so here is a chop top. I did not use a scale but the pictures that you put up to get the same look. Close anyway?


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Wow2!

Thanks, 85SEnochie!
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Simple, economical, and looks sporty...

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Simple, economical, and looks sporty...



I may have to play with that a little I like the nose but the hood cut out is a little bit too deep for my taste.

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Here we go I fix the angle on the hood cut outs did a little on the shadow under the car and put the black vent in front of the back wheels. It is fun to play with these ideas!

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I was playing around with SAFASTRO's concept and Car-2-Low's Fiero and came up with this a strech Fiero looks good I think. O yah I stubbed the nose too.



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Here's a project for you.

This is a XTC body on an 88 Fiero. Here's what I am thinking. I would like to see "silver" above the yellow line - top part and inside the "inset" on the side w/ black on the lower part of the car. Plus the wheel "silver". If you feel like it, I would like to see the same but with a "blue" bottom half. Of course feel free to use you imagination - maybe I'll like your ideas better than mine. Thanks for your time.

Pat


And one to play with
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Here you go round one



Some of my Ideas to even it out a little maybe?



Looks a little more like a racing stripe maybe you like?

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That's getting pretty close.

I will be starting a build thread fairly soon. The weather has been suckin lately.

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2" Choptop
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Simple, economical, and looks sporty...



that is awesome! 85senotchie can u convert that into a fiero gt? might not look right but who knows!
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that is awesome! 85senotchie can u convert that into a fiero gt? might not look right but who knows!


FierociousGT did that one but I can try to make it a fast back

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still playing around the head light mod looks good with this bumper.

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Here is the fast back sport Fiero.



I am thinking of cutting off the side and front pieces of the hood to make bigger head light holes and flush mounting the twin low profile head light buckets?

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85SEnochie:

I sent you a photo chop request by pm. Please have a look?
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