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notchie/fastback hybrid chop by av8fiero
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I need to get my can down there and sort out that fiberglass for ya, get a grinder ready! maybe next weekend.
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I think the Sebring windshield mod will be a good fit. Not for the week at heart but I'm sure you will get it done. It does make a big difference.
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Originally posted by F355spider:

I think the Sebring windshield mod will be a good fit. Not for the week at heart but I'm sure you will get it done. It does make a big difference.


I partially fitted the glass today. I didn't slide the glass as far forward as I believe you did. I MAY be able to leave the latch and the emergency antidecapitation pins in the factory positions. I will have to move the wipers forward as you did but not as far as you had to. I won't have to shorten the hood nearly as much as you did either, it looks like I'll have to trim about 2 inches off the back edge of the hood for wiper clearance. Right now I can latch the hood and it sits flush with the glass, it looks kind of cool but obviously no wiper clearance. I'll get some pics up tomorrow
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Here are some pics of the car after unburying it from the junk pile on top of it







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Here are some pics of the glass after working the top edge to fit















Here are a few pics of the tailights, notice anything different?





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They look good being red all the way across

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Looks good, did you use one from a coupe or a convertible? what year? They are different. Mine does look to come out more but if we used the same windshield it should fit the same.
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You need to get out and drive that thing!!!

Last registered in 06'

WTH...

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Originally posted by F355spider:

Looks good, did you use one from a coupe or a convertible? what year? They are different. Mine does look to come out more but if we used the same windshield it should fit the same.
I used a coupe windshield off of a 1999 I think, I've had it for awhile and don't remember exactly. It measures about 35 inches from top edge to bottom edge near the center. It's about 4-5 inches longer than a factory windshield. I did move the glass higher up the roof about 1 inch to make it a bit easier fab wise in the cowl area.

 
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You need to get out and drive that thing!!!

Last registered in 06'

WTH...

Steve


Hey Steve! How's it going? Yes you are right I need to get this thing on the road, I'll take your comments as MOTIVATION. I'm working on it! Thanks for calling me and my garage turd out!

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Ok that explains a little. When i get back to were the car is i will get measurements.
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I would never even HOPE to fit in that thing, my 6'2" tall domepeice is already grazing the headliner in my stock notchie.

That said, holy hell it looks NICE!
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I was looking at the windshield today, and previously I had slid the top edge up the roof line about an inch higher than stock and was thinking if one inch is good two inches will be even better. I cut out the roof to allow this and now I WILL be able to keep the stock latch and safety pins. With the hood closed, at the bottom edge it still fits the same as it did with the windshield only raised an inch as there is now just less glass up under the hood edge. An added plus is it fits much better on the A-pillars now. I will still have to shorten the hood and move the wiper system forward, but now I have plenty of room to pull that off without interference with anything else. I'll try to get pics up tomorrow

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here's some pics of the car and Rob laying some tape on it. We didn't accomplish much besides empting some beer cans














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progress coming soon after the holidays, I just dug the car out from the pile it was buried under
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Old topic, but hoping for updates.
LOVE what you're doing with this!
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Old topic, but hoping for updates.
LOVE what you're doing with this!
Subscribing.




Actually just got off phone about it, I told Chris to get it up to my place so I can do more work!! He should take pics, I have the left rear reshaped and in the genral shape of were it will end up. SO far the look is very close to the ppg cars only chopped, that was the look I was going for when re working the fiberglass Chris has done.
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SWEET! Always loved the PPG cars!



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This summer it will be done. Progress soon to come
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This summer it will be done. Progress soon to come


Get to work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Less Vacation MORE WORK!

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I do like the looks of the notch front & rear with the fastback. It looks great!
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Here are some new pics. I have the headlights where I want them. I still have to play around with the cover, but they're all mounted up solid and straight.






Here are the pics of my cable actuated rear decklid release. I used the handle and cable assy for the front Fiero decklid on the rear latch. It bolts up to the latch like it's factory. I ran the cable through the drivers side support rib. I drilled a hole near the hinge for the cable to enter the rib, and another hole inside the sealed area of the trunk for the cable to exit the rib so the trunk is weather tight. I may change the position of the release handle. Right now the handle is on the rear bulkhead behind the drivers seat.







Mike here are the pictures of the reverse chop doors you asked for. The extended top half of the door panels are my point of consternation right now as making large smooth fiberglass panels is not my strong suit.






Here are the pictures of the structure. I only raised the outer dew wipe, the inner wipe is in it's original position. The windows go up and down perfectly fine in this arrangement. I will modify the inner door panels to cover the area exposed by the raised dew wipes/door panels

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That's it for now. LOT'S more to go



I love those lights!!!!!!!!!
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Very sweet project. to me it seems like a GM variation, like a prototype that could have been. The Saturn lights work well.
I hope I get to see this car at some shows when its ready!

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awesome build. i really wish i had the time and patience to do something like this!
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I sure hope the work is continuing on this awesome build. I am always amazed by how many craftsmen we have here on the forum. I only wish I had the skills and space to take on such a cool project. I love stock fieros and mods alike and believe builds like this really enrich all of us and the love for these unique cars.

Keep up the good work and I can't wait to see the progress and final outcome!

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Bump!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And get that thing up here!!!!!!!
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Originally posted by Fiero84Freak:

You're not the first one to do your headlights like that. There's a guy here in Arkansas who also has the same setup.



As far as the legality, I don't think he's been stopped for them.

Your build looks awesome. Good luck!



Most don't know the fiero and probably think it's stock that's why
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Personally, the headlights are the worst part about this project too me.

I love the chop, love the rear quarter windows, I love all the custom work done to the car.
But those headlights-- they don't work for me.
Nothing about them says Fiero, at least they're from another GM car, I guess.

Still, I can't wait to see it done.
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Personally, the headlights are the worst part about this project too me.

I love the chop, love the rear quarter windows, I love all the custom work done to the car.
But those headlights-- they don't work for me.
Nothing about them says Fiero, at least they're from another GM car, I guess.

Still, I can't wait to see it done.



Ya me either, it looks to much star trek style for me.
but not my car, so they may do what they like :P
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Finally this project WILL get finished this summer. I sold my Oshkosh home and now the car is at my friend Rob's place. I can no longer let it sit and be ignored as it now HAS to get finished. As soon as the weather warms up and we finish the rottenchop project we will start work on this project. Updates will follow within the next few months....


.....Yeah some may not like the lights and that's ok. Everyone has their own opinion and won't necessarily like the way they look. The car is still not finished yet so give it a chance and wait to see how it looks when it's finished, you may change your mind. If not, that's ok
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sSo, while the Rottin chop is away getting it's heart transplant we decided to take a whack at the reworking of Chris's body work to make it flow nice and above all be finished!!!! So here is a sneak peak of the first steps of were i am going with the redo of the hips and sail window area. This is rough as I have yet to finalize a few things but the basic shape is there.



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Good to see you are spreading the Wisconsin love around! So to speak...
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Hey Rob I'm planning on coming up this Saturday. Will that work?
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The fabrication skills of some people on this forum always amaze me! Keep up the good work, can't wait to see the finished car. As far as the Saturn lights go, I think its fitting since Saturn used the space frame/ polymer body concept that was pioneered by Fiero.
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Hey Rob I'm planning on coming up this Saturday. Will that work?


Yup. I just have to pick up the girls from the camp bus but that takes all of a few minutes .

You may not recognize the hip
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I like what you did with the buttresses! It reminds me of a PPG Fiero.
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I like what you did with the buttresses! It reminds me of a PPG Fiero.


Thanks, that is sorta the look we are going for but not exactly as the hip does not extent totally to the door

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Well life and lack of time have gotten into the way of completing the car this year. Some progress has been made though, Rob has alot of my poor fiberglassing repaired and right. I purchased a new factory windshield and eliminated the sunroof. I'm scrapping the Sebring windshield for now as F355spider was right, it's alot of work to make it fit right and this project needs to get done. I may change the headlights too, we'll see on that. The car is hibernating till spring now but it will be done. someday LOL!

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Time to come out of hibernation

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AND THEN? POOF the car is gone like so many other Fiero projects on this site.
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AND THEN? POOF the car is gone like so many other Fiero projects on this site.


Nah a lot of the projects you speak of are probably just on hold due to time, money, and other responsibilities. Keep the faith.
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