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Report this Post11-13-2010 07:57 PM Click Here to See the Profile for RCRClick Here to Email RCRSend a Private Message to RCREdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Worked on the driver's side over the past week.

Mold layup...


Fresh new mold, already trimmed...




This one came out so much better than the other side...I just might be getting the hang of this...

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Now it's time to think about finishing the rest...It's a daunting task...

And I own page 4..

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Originally posted by LitebulbwithaFiero:

I am assuming because the way the hood opens you could not do this



Going back through the thread and I noticed this question...Correct, this is the way I wanted to do it, but because of the way the hood opens, I needed the overlap section of the hood to pod to be perpendicular to the hinge, otherwise it will hit or have a large gap.

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Looking good.

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Got cold too fast...Just as I was getting into a groove...

Anyway, I've been working on some suspension mods and grabbed this pic while under the car.



It's what all the foam looks like from behind...

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Awake from hiberanation, starting back up on this front fascia, fixing the winter damage.

sanding...filling...sanding....

I've got a bone to pick with Amida...You make it look so easy that any shlepp can do it...This is a PITA... All kidding aside, Rob you have my utmost respect and deserve every penny you ask for for your work, and then some...See the culmination of Rob's work here, if you haven't seen a Master in progress: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F.../HTML/079750-10.html

back to sanding and filling and sanding and ...

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Started working on the hood...


and



While also working on the nose. All the easy stuff seems to be done, now it's all the tedious details...





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Wow, that is looking great!

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Still love seeing your progress. Looking real good!

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Looks Great!!!!!! I had been thinking about louvre's too.

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A lot has been happening with the fascia...Sanding...filling...sanding...
I've been working on matching right to left and ran into a ditch with the lower brake vents. They didn't match and were slightly off in position relative to center. So I've spent the last few days on that. I've also tweaked the design slightly.

Here is the original vent.


Here it is tweaked. I opened the hole just slightly (so both would match) and made a much larger radius going in. Call it a much smaller version than whats on the F360/430.






I also knocked out the center vent yesterday. I need to finish off the trim molding for the passenger side next.

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How's that sanding, sanding, sanding working out for you?

It's looking real good.

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Started applying the final primer coat to prep for the mold.





I thought this looked cool from the side:


And this is how much room I've been working with....The combination square on the floor is 12".


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Looks good Bob. Is the side molding & arrowhead normally a part of the nose? What year is that? It's separate on my '88.

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Looks good Bob. Is the side molding & arrowhead normally a part of the nose? What year is that? It's separate on my '88.


Hi Rob,

I believe the front part (arrow) is seperate, but the back part of the molding is molded into the front. I was wondering this recently, but couldn't take it apart to be totally sure. The pieces are off an 85 GT fascia. I figured I could always remove it later if I chose since it will be fiberglass on the final part. I also thought I would make the mold so it could be changed in the future.

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RSR,
Awesome thread, I am inspired by your patients and attention to detail. Now the question...How much for a copy? I just purchased a notchie Mad-Arch wide body kit and this would be a great addition.
Thanks, Shaun in Iraq

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Hi Rob,

I believe the front part (arrow) is seperate, but the back part of the molding is molded into the front. I was wondering this recently, but couldn't take it apart to be totally sure. The pieces are off an 85 GT fascia. I figured I could always remove it later if I chose since it will be fiberglass on the final part. I also thought I would make the mold so it could be changed in the future.

Bob


It has 2 plasric pegs on the back side that go through the bumper cover with a sheet metal flange nut screwed down on the plastic pegs to hold it on. When you remove the bumper skin you will be able to see how to get them off quickly.

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Hi Rob,

I believe the front part (arrow) is seperate, but the back part of the molding is molded into the front. I was wondering this recently, but couldn't take it apart to be totally sure. The pieces are off an 85 GT fascia. I figured I could always remove it later if I chose since it will be fiberglass on the final part. I also thought I would make the mold so it could be changed in the future.

Bob


A section of the belt molding is actually formed together with the fascia? I didn't know that. On my '88 the whole molding is removable, attached with two screws. So, is this how it is with all Fieros with grooved belt moldings?

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A section of the belt molding is actually formed together with the fascia? I didn't know that. On my '88 the whole molding is removable, attached with two screws. So, is this how it is with all Fieros with grooved belt moldings?


Interestingly enough, this picture looks like it might be molded in... but it's hard to tell.



I'm not sure which bumper skin he started with, but on my 84 bumperpad nose it was molded in. When I switched to a aero nose I had to cut it off the bumper skin to use it, if I remember correctly.

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I confirmed that the molding is molded to the fascia. This was off an 85 GT. My 84 bumper pad fascia is similar.

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RSR,
Awesome thread, I am inspired by your patients and attention to detail. Now the question...How much for a copy? I just purchased a notchie Mad-Arch wide body kit and this would be a great addition.
Thanks, Shaun in Iraq



Hi Shaun...
I have had a couple people ask about a copy, but for the time being, this will be a one off. Being the first time doing this, the quality is nowhere near where it needs to be for me to be comfortable making pieces to sell like Amida's and Whodeanie's (and other's that escape my memory). If things do well, I may make a second piece and rework that for a production mold. Also, keep in mind this is not a strict bolt-on. The hood and lights have to be changed, and the bumper structure will have to be reworked.

thanx for the inquiry and comments.

Bob

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Super secret project.

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What a really cool project dude!

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Been away for way too long...Life gets in the way of the hobby...

I have been back at it, but I'm actually doing maintainence to the rear, specifically rust repair. Hopefully I'll have an update in a few days or so...

peace out...

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HI all

Yur hood vent is fabtastic!!!

Thanx all,

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I've been busy at it for the last couple of weeks. I finished replacing the rusted panels on the driver's side trunk, and went heavy at the front.

PIP isn't being my friend, so no uploaded pictures for now...

Facebook link...

http://www.facebook.com/med...&type=1&l=e3800c78de

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Thanks for the patience to stick it out, Will. Someday I will pull a part from this blasted thing...

Bob

PS, Is PIP working? Keeps timing out. Never used to do that. I even went back to IE and still not working.

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Downloaded latest version of PIP and it seems to be working.





Impatience got to me, so I took the side panel off to see how it cam out....Not too bad...



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Will, I tried to make the 20'th, and although I was at the 25'th, the car wasn't. I have no allusions about it being ready for the 30'th. I'll be happy if it has a matched set of wheels by then.

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More updates...Big step...















The molds will need a lot of work, but after so many years of muddeling around, I can finally see the front of the car again.

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So you have made a mould are you thinking you will sell bumpers if so how much you thinking.

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So you have made a mould are you thinking you will sell bumpers if so how much you thinking.


At this point, I do not intend to sell parts. As you can tell, the mold is fairly thin. If I get one decent part from it, it will have done it's job.

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At this point, I do not intend to sell parts. As you can tell, the mold is fairly thin. If I get one decent part from it, it will have done it's job.

Bob


Just a suggestion but maybe you should talk to JimmyS. He's has to be the biggest vendor of fiberglass bumpers.

It is a nice bumper. Think of all that hard work and time you put into. Seeing a Fiero pass you by with your creation, Priceless!

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Thanx guys for your thoughts. Time will tell what I do, but it's a long ways off from being ready for anything. I need to get back at it...

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Just ordered my supplies...2 quarts of gel coat, 5 yards of 1.5oz chopped mat, and 4 yards of veil mat. Should be enough supplies for the next stage... I'll probably need more resin, but I'll get that as I go...

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Looks great !

If i were you and the molds hold up, i might pull a second one,..just in case you somehow trash the first one at some point and all your hard work goes for naught.

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