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A Real Mera in Paradise by Fiero-in-Paradise
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ppl i got my mera from didnt know what a mera was. just advertised it as a wrecked kit car. thanks to this thread early on there were enought details from the sellers pics that i could tell it was a mera and bought it.

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dan, package sent today usps. happy motoring

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dan, package sent today usps. happy motoring


eh?? whos a good..... whos a good boy....Me???
awww thanks

and dig this, things are shaping up, real quick
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...4/HTML/062827-2.html
soooo ready to pounce

is there any problem with the difference in Transmissions if i want to swap the 3.4L to Mera X after a few years??

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i dont know much about the 3.4 but as long as it has a 60 degree bellhousing it should bolt up, others can chime in here. was it rick who has a 3.4? anyhow sounds fun dan.

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i dont know much about the 3.4 but as long as it has a 60 degree bellhousing it should bolt up, others can chime in here. was it rick who has a 3.4? anyhow sounds fun dan.


cool thanks. it says something about a Neturally Balanced Flex Plate??
for the Auto....$54 if i had a Manual it needs a N.B. Fly-Wheel... $170!! so it looks like i lucked out, again

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this is soo cool.....my vision exactly. American SouthWest style, tho........
the way this guy Waxes nostalgic, it reminds me of another back engined 2 seater......F I E R O???
all Mera aside what he says holds true for the Fiero. i envy the Fast Fiero guys and you Fast Fiero Mera guys most. i am glad i dont Have to see vids of them monsters Nelson has. even Rick i am glad i dont have to suffer with my 2.8 running or not


just you wait......when i get mine you all will know i will find you.
i want Mera X, his brothers and sisters united if even only for a few pictures.

Indy Resto Guy is a long weekend and doable whenever. Nelson too.
but Phoenix and El Paso are lookin good for a GO!! so prepare yourselves fellas!
something else has to break. i did my part in destroying the 2.8L like i said i was.
now for a freshen up and a couple of thousand miles. yeeeeehaw!!!

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hey check these out!! Black, Chrone.....
it says 1" wide and i hope thats a miss print....cuz they fit if it is


http://www.ebay.com/itm/CHR...em 27cd9f745e&vxp=mtr

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this guy Waxes nostalgic



"blinding power"?

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batousai666: loved the video. That guy gets it. I can not wait to get my car back on the road again. It's been way too long.

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batousai666: loved the video. That guy gets it. I can not wait to get my car back on the road again. It's been way too long.

Bob


it is full of, how you say in Italian?? "........FIERO"

Etymology
From Latin ferus
[edit] Adjective
fiero m (f fiera, m plural fieri, f plural fiere)
1.proud

and while still speaking the Italiano...........AMORE!!!



SNOWFLAKE!!!! gimmie gimmie!!! all them colors. arrrrhghhhh!
prove to most likely be as hard to find as Cromodoras
with the hub adaptors i already have these are a shoe-in to fit, no?

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now, on e-bay!!!
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...&hash=item4ac039ef1f

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nice cars in the background too

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nice cars in the background too


sure seems like quite the collection....and speaking of collection!!
looky what i got yesterday!! THANKS MIKE, YOU ARE THE BEST!!!

cleaned up real nice after i got that Oklahoma clay/dirt off

almost there now for the Trunk letters and i am 'finito!!
Mera X back up to spec!!!

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Pricey. http://www.chooseyouritem.c...558000/19558294.html

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holmes you could purchase the proto for less than that.

dan your welcome. if you need the mera letters just let me know.

later mera geeks

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ok latest generalized updates for 7071. dont ask for pics plz everyone here knows i dont like them lol. anyhow, 7071 is on jack stands in the back of the shop for now as i work on other projects. but she will now have a L33 HO 5.3 aluminum v8 and f23 fy1 getrag with the good gear ratios. this has brought my investment $$$ down on the project into liveable realm on a car i lost interest in long ago. if i dont have tons of $$$ in it then it doesnt bother me for it to set for a couple years til i get back to it. the 5.3ho has some upgrades, ls2 cam springs, ls7 1.8 roller rockers, ls1 intake with 78mm tb and maf, stainless headers and dual stainless magnaflows, should be good for 380-390hp. the f23 is new and the fy1 2010 cobalt trans with the 3.61 gearing, i installed a new obx lsd in it. i still have the fcar 19" f430 wheels and michelin pilots, still have the fcar brembos, car has all new poly set, and new coilovers all around. rough in bodywork still, have not finished finessing it. interior is still fcar type from prior owner and very nice. car has all fcar badging from prior owner. i am deleting the rear backup light holes in the body, and putting my carello lights on it. putting real fcar side marker rount lights instead of fiero lights. redoing the front headlights lower in the front panel like a stinger. redoing the sail panel area into windows like a real gtb. my car now has a non sunroof skin like a gtb. sunroof got broke and roof tore up when car was flipped and skid down an embankment. again, i am not currently working on the car, but dont plan on ever letting her go either. i will finish her someday. and when i do she will look good in my eyes. not stock mera stuff here but oh well. and the best part is i have just under 5grand in her now. no more expensive ls2 or the ls3 and all associated high $$$ part that go with them. just a simple car now

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perfect.....and when you find another hobby, Monster Boats or Monster Snowmoblies/tractors or something, you can sell me #7071

it is a1987 Mera afterall
and with that said.....if you have any Mera parts left let me know. since you have an '87 i would help recycle them for us
sail panels, black bumper shells, anything Mera you dont want.
as far as the M-E-R-A letters, since they are cherished so, my plan is to find some in a junk yard or something.
but if you feel you must....Mike you have my address
it wont be long now...............i hope
"on the road again!!"

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dan, you know i dont know anything about boats or monster anything...lmao. good one dan.

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dan, you know i dont know anything about boats or monster anything...lmao. good one dan.

so what you are saying....is you moved on to nitros powered lawnmowers????
SUNDAY! SUNDAY! SUNDAY!!!!!

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and while still speaking the Italiano...........AMORE!!!



SNOWFLAKE!!!! gimmie gimmie!!! all them colors. arrrrhghhhh!
prove to most likely be as hard to find as Cromodoras
with the hub adaptors i already have these are a shoe-in to fit, no?


Dan if your hub adapters convert from 5X100 to a standard GM A body wheel pattern the snowflake wheels will bolt on. I have a set of the 15X8 Snowflakes (wheels on the right side) that I run on my 1972 Trans Am from time to time. If you can find these wheels instead of the narrower 7 in. wheels (without the lip) they would fill the Mera wheel openings better if your adapters are not too thick. If they are over and inch thick, then you may only be able to fit the 7 in. wheels. On an 88, I would probably run the 7's in front, and the 8's in back.

Right now, I am running 18X7 front and 18X8 rear wheels with no interference problems. This is with my car being lowered 1 in all around as well.

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so what you are saying....is you moved on to nitros powered lawnmowers????
SUNDAY! SUNDAY! SUNDAY!!!!!




i have a couple of these, i could put one in my lawn mower i suppose lol.
http://www.fiero.nl/fieroforum.pip


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ok how do i do pics again lol

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Dan if your hub adapters convert from 5X100 to a standard GM A body wheel pattern the snowflake wheels will bolt on. I have a set of the 15X8 Snowflakes (wheels on the right side) that I run on my 1972 Trans Am from time to time. If you can find these wheels instead of the narrower 7 in. wheels (without the lip) they would fill the Mera wheel openings better if your adapters are not too thick. If they are over and inch thick, then you may only be able to fit the 7 in. wheels. On an 88, I would probably run the 7's in front, and the 8's in back.

Right now, I am running 18X7 front and 18X8 rear wheels with no interference problems. This is with my car being lowered 1 in all around as well.


nice thanks Rick.
i do know i have had my Jeep "donut" spare on the adaptors.....so are they standard Dodge, GM, Chrysler?? I got no clue.

Mike send me the pics....esmulder@att.net or use the "NEW" PIP...they changed it. you have to download the newer verision.
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i have a couple of these, i could put one in my lawn mower i suppose lol.
http://www.fiero.nl/fieroforum.pip

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where do i find the new pip? sent the pic to you dan.

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where do i find the new pip? sent the pic to you dan.


at the bottom of every page......golly

thats a big boy for sure and its red already, perfect

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thats one of my spares. 575ci forged merlin tall deck big block chevrolet, 850hp on motor, 400hp shot of NOS makes it 1250hp. would look nice on a lawnmower tho lol

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test for pip pic to see if i can make it work

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at the bottom of every page......golly

thats a big boy for sure and its red already, perfect




Hey, I have a 68 El Camino that motor would drop right in to. Just in case you need a "test vehicle".

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test for pip pic to see if i can make it work


I chased around a clean Escort wagon last weekend that had those back up lenses. I had not seen one in years.......

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I chased around a clean Escort wagon last weekend that had those back up lenses. I had not seen one in years.......


i havent seen one of those cars in a long time. the lights i have are nice ones tho. im not going to use them. filling in the holes.

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rick, i run a billet/kevlar combo in a highly modded th475 trans to hold the power, then run a short driveshaft with 5 ton ujoints to a forged gear driven transfer case, otherwise we tend to blow up trannies with these motors. it might destroy a nice el camino such as yours lol

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i havent seen one of those cars in a long time. the lights i have are nice ones tho. im not going to use them. filling in the holes.


you have my address


tooo funny, Rick
 
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I chased around a clean Escort wagon last weekend that had those back up lenses. I had not seen one in years.......



seems them reverse lights were my destiny........Moms car. i think its an '82. photo 1984-'85 maybe.
yeeeehawww, snap goes the skateboard ;D

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Good (h)air!


it was 1984.....afterall

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sooo what do you all think???
i thought the redesign of the headlights in '05 was an F-Car like thing to do, but that!
and they say our Mera look like a Ferrari ;P



i hope to get to touch one in Feb.....NorthAmericanAuto Show, anyone?

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Smooooth is out, chopped up is in--not for me.

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ohhhh my, Richard!!! where did you find that??!!
Hubba Hubba!!! WOW!! AhhhhhooooogaaAAAH!!
i was wondering when you were gonna bust that out on us

and speaking "In Black" i found this in MI neck of the woods!!
its on!!!!

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Originally posted by reholmes:

For sale?


yulp.....and the 1st hurdle has been hurdled
seller says it should have no problem making the drive back home
now to see if he will drive it to me to prove it

wish me luck...........

*EDIT*
hurdle #2 over come....he may deliver

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