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WOW! now this is a fine ride



What is it?

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Mera or kit?

http://tinyurl.com/ycletus


That is a real 87 Mera. It is pretty rough. I checked it out before I purchased mine.

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Interesting photo--Corporate Concepts?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBay...me=ADME:B:SS:US:1123


That is a cool picture of some 87's. I guess it was at the location where they were detailed after final assembly. I wonder if there are more pictures available.

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What is it?


That car is a Lancia Stratos. They make a Fiero look big. Stratos were made in the 70's as I recall. The engine was a Ferrari V6 and they were great rally cars. Lot of videos of them on U Tube. I still have a model of the Alitalia rally car.

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Hopefully some of you Mera folks can look at this and see if it is a true Mera. The badging is all present but his interior looks just like a stock Fiero. No leather seats or accents on the doors or center consoles. Make sure to see the larger pictures lower in the page.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...?hash=item2eac0b46e2

Edit to add.....I've never seen a Mera plate on the intake before.



It looks to be a base 87 Mera. Wheels are nice but aftermarket, as well as all the Mera emblems including the one on the intake. The front bumper is also incorrect for a Mera. It is missing most of the Mera badging on the exterior. Also I am not aware of any Mera's made with the "Boxer" (two tone) paint from the plant. Looks to be a nice car if you are looking for an 87.

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Mera or kit?

http://tinyurl.com/ycletus


Looks like the real deal.

 
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Interesting photo--Corporate Concepts?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBay...me=ADME:B:SS:US:1123


Looks like corporate concepts, I think I'll get one.

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Mera or kit?

http://tinyurl.com/ycletus



Mera #7029.

still for sale?
too high $$. seems these rare cars are not as so desired, yet! i hope

them Stratos are Bad a$$. i bet they are expensive?
soo cool lookin.
its funny that i saw these cars while searching images of Ferrari's. to me this is queer because
i guess there is an episode of "Top Gear" comming up soon, where they test
with a Kit version of this car called the "Hawk" HF 3000.
what a weird coiencidence.
i love that show, Top Gear.."bloody brilliant..."

as far as that CC picture..I NEED MORE.
i sent the guy a mail for more color pics, we will see...such a nice photo....all 1987 MERAS
i see two red ones and a white....maybe #7020........PAIN.
gotta go...
Dan

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upon inspect of photo...the Red Mera that they are working on seems to NOT have a sun roof...crap.
not mine. the other red one on the other hand
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What is it?



it is finally something you do not know.

Richard, i have given you a positive rating.
because, even tho i am up to my ears in Mera Data,
you seem to always be there with a post first. ATTABOY!
you have uncovered so much Mera stuff that a libarary should be named in your honor.
and that CC picture..ohhh my!
THANK YOU, so ever much for the MERA enlightenment you have bestowed upon me.

no kidding Thanks.
your Mera Brother in Arms,
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Richard, i have given you a positive rating.

Daniel


Great, very cool. Thanks Dan, appreciate it!

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That car is a Lancia Stratos. They make a Fiero look big. Stratos were made in the 70's as I recall. The engine was a Ferrari V6 and they were great rally cars. Lot of videos of them on U Tube. I still have a model of the Alitalia rally car.


Thanks, Rick. Guess my interest in Lancia goes back to the Aurelia Nardi Vignale Blue-Ray ca. '55--and probably ends there.

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Edit to add.....I've never seen a Mera plate on the intake before.



Here's my TB. I think the Mera badge was placed by Paul V, which I think he got from Rodney. Kinda cool, really.

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Great, very cool. Thanks Dan, appreciate it!



you earned it!
you get me diggin into stuff with your links and direction pointing.
not just Mera. i found these Stratos while looking for Ferrari stuff from a post here of yours.
you know, your link to another, repeat....
its so fun! i love it. keep 'em comming.
anybody think a little F-Car yellow would look good our cars??



i am going to see if these rims pictured will fit a Fiero?
i hate yellow the color. but, in this application it works. just like the Ferrari red/yellow emblem.
i like the rims them selves also.
i am off to the surf.
later
Dan
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seems i have a new Hero!
this guy has done some amazing work....
check it out.....

Bertone-wikipedia

Gruppo Bertone is an Italian car styling and coachbuilding house, which also manufactures cars. Bertone styling is very distinctive, with most cars having a strong "family resemblance" even if badged by different manufacturers. Bertone has styled cars for Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Iso Automobile, Lancia, Lamborghini and Volvo Cars among others. In addition the Bertone studio were responsible for two of the later designs of the famous Italian motorscooter " Lambretta". The highly innovative and influential-if unsuccessful "Luna" range and the DL/GP -a makeover of the established LI Ser III design

The company is based in Turin. It was founded as Carrozzeria Bertone in 1914 by Giovanni Bertone, with designer Nuccio Bertone taking over after World War II. The company was divided into two units — the Carrozzeria building as many as 40,000 cars per year at its height, and the styling studio, Stile Bertone. The company is currently headed by Lilli Bertone, widow of Nuccio. A member of the family is named Corey Bertone who currently lives in the US.

Cars and scooters styled by Bertone
■1952 Fiat Abarth 1500 Coupé
■1958 Abarth 1000 GT Coupé
■1965 Abarth OT 1000 Spider
■1954 Alfa Romeo 1900 Sport Spider
■1954 Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva
■1953 Alfa Romeo BAT-5
■1954 Alfa Romeo BAT-7
■1955 Alfa Romeo BAT-9
■1954 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint
■1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale
■1962 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint
■1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint
■1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale
■1964 Alfa Romeo Canguro
■1967 Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior
■1967 Alfa Romeo Montreal
■1968 Alfa Romeo Carabo
■1978 Alfa Romeo Alfetta
■1980 Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2000
■2003 Alfa Romeo GT
■1962 Alfa Romeo GTA
■1954 Arnolt Aston Martin DB2/4 Spider
■1955 Arnolt-Bristol Spider and Coupe
■1962 ASA Coupé
■1961 Aston Martin DB4 GT Jet
■1970 Lancia Stratos Zero
■1972 Citroen Camargue
■1973 NSU Trapeze
■1974 Lamborghini Bravo
■1976 Alfa Romeo Navajo
■1976 Ferrari Rainbow
■1977 Jaguar Ascot
■1978 Lancia Sibilo
■1980 Lamborghini Athon
■1981 Mazda MX-81
■1983 Alfa Romeo Delfino
■1984 Chevrolet Ramarro
■1986 Citroen Zabrus
■1988 Lamborghini Genesis
■1990 Chevrolet Nivola
■1992 Bertone Blitz
■2003 Bertone Birusa
■1962 BMW 3200 CS
■1970 BMW Garmisch 2200Ti (led to BMW 5-series)
■1982 Citroën BX
■1989 Citroën XM
■1991 Citroën ZX
■1995 Daewoo Espero
■1962 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso
■1974 Ferrari 208/308 GT4
■1953 Fiat 1100 TV
■1953 Fiat 8V Spider
■1967 Fiat Dino Coupé
■1968 Fiat 850 Sport Spider
■Fiat Ritmo/Stradale
■Fiat X1/9 (also badged as a Bertone and built on Bertone's own line)
■1960 Gordon-Keeble
■1962 Iso Rivolta
■1965 Iso Grifo
■1969 Iso Lele
■Lancia Stratos
■1967 Lamborghini Marzal
■1967 Lamborghini Miura
■1968 Lamborghini Espada
■1971 Lamborghini Countach
■Lamborghini Diablo
■Lamborghini Urraco
■1968 Lambretta Luna line: Lui, Vega & Cometa
■1969 Lambretta GP/DL Scooter
■1972 Maserati Khamsin
■1974 Maserati Quattroporte II
■1959 NSU Sport Prinz
■1960 NSU Wankel Spider
■1962 Simca 1000
■1967 Simca 1200S Coupé
■1987 Škoda Favorit
■1979 Volvo Tundra
■Volvo 262C
■Volvo 780
■1994 Opel Astra Cabrio
■2001 Opel Astra Coupe/Cabrio
■2006 Bertone Barchetta Concept
■2008 Alfa Romeo B.A.T. 11
■2009 Bertone Mantide (Jason Castriota's "Project M")
■2010 Alfa Romeo Pandion Concept

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all my faves....Countach, Urraco, Diablo, Miura, lancia Stratos, even the Maserati Khamsin.
this is my car designer and the best era...in my opinion.
all the cars i have grown to like/love are in from this era 1970-the 1980's.
308 Ferrari, all the early Lambos, the Lancia Stratos, Lotus Esprit, the list will go on....
image searches are sooo fun.
Dan

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looks like this guy too..
Heros all.


Marcello Gandini-
From Wikipedia

Lamborghini Countach LP500S
Renault SupercinqMarcello Gandini, is an Italian car designer — born on August 26, 1938 in Turin, the son of an orchestra conductor — noted for designing numerous exotic as well as practical cars.

Gandini was chief designer of Stile Bertone, having succeeded Giorgetto Giugiaro. Gandini left Bertone in 1980, pursuing freelance automotive,[1] industrial and interior design. He continues to work, as of 2009, at age 71.

Together with Giorgetto Giugiaro and Leonardo Fioravanti, Gandini forms a noted triumvirate of Italian car designers, all born in 1938, within months of each other.

Gandini designed Lamborghini's Miura and Countach and many practical cars as well, including the Citroën BX, the first-generation BMW 5-series, the Innocenti Mini, and the Renault Supercinq.[1] He introduced the concept of scissor doors with the Alfa Romeo 33 Carabo prototype.

In a 2009 interview with Robert Cumberford, editor at Automobile Magazine, Gandini indicated "his design interests are focused on vehicle architecture, construction, assembly, and mechanisms - not appearance."[1]


Gandini designed many classic automobiles, including:

Alfa Romeo Montreal
Alfa Romeo 33 Carabo
BMW 5 Series (first gen)
Bugatti EB110
Citroën BX
Cizeta Moroder V16T
De Tomaso Pantera 90 Si
Ferrari Dino 308GT4
Fiat 132
Fiat X1/9
Iso Lele
Lamborghini Countach
Lamborghini Diablo
Lamborghini Espada
Lamborghini Jarama
Lamborghini Miura
Lamborghini Urraco
Lancia Stratos
Maserati Khamsin
Maserati Ghibli
Maserati Quattroporte IV (1994–2001)
Maserati Shamal
Renault 5 Phase 2



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this guy got the Maserati Ghibli, and the mighty...DeTomaso PANTERA.....awesome.Crap even the Bugatti EB110...these guys are real good
in my opinion, of course.
i see the connection between the two. neat
D

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I spoke with the guy once after many phone calls and also got some sort of Mera sticker photo via e-mail. Since then he has not answered his phone or responded to any e-mails even though I have offered him cash (his requested price) to buy the car. He is either a real flake, does not want to sell the car, or this is some sort of scam. I will update anyone if something else happens.

Nelson

 
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ohhhh....i got a reply from the Burgandy Mera....does not know about the Mera sticker and only interested
in real buyers....no "Lookie Lous" he sent somemore pics.they are not much for detail. and will not load.
pretty sure that cuz of something on his end. i told him about this place...maybe he will pop in. never know.
sooo we will see...maybe.
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now add with this guy, Leonardo here, the above mentioned "Lotus guy"..Giugiaro..togeather and we (I) am in car designer heaven...
rather...hell even our boy Pininfarina showed up...what was i saying about a link leading to a link leading to a link....
WOW!
please read

Leonardo Fioravanti (engineer)
From Wikipedia,

Leonardo Fioravanti (born 1938) is an Italian automobile designer and CEO of Fioravanti Srl.

He studied mechanical engineering at the Politecnico di Milano, specializing in aerodynamics and car body design. He worked twenty-four years with Pininfarina, joining as a stylist in 1964, aged 26, and eventually becoming Managing Director and General Manager of Pininfarina's research arm, Pininfarina Studi & Ricerche. Before founding Fioravanti Srl in 1991 he held the positions of deputy General Manager at Ferrari and the director's role at the Centro Stile Alfa Romeo.

Fioravanti designed the Ferrari Dino, the Ferrari Daytona, the Ferrari P5 and P6, the Ferrari 512 Berlinetta Boxer, the Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 (the forerunner of the Ferrari 400), the Ferrari 308 GTB, Ferrari 288 GTO and the Fiat 130.

His two sons, Matteo, an architect, and Luca, an attorney, have also worked with him at Fioravanti Srl.

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I spoke with the guy once after many phone calls and also got some sort of Mera sticker photo via e-mail. Since then he has not answered his phone or responded to any e-mails even though I have offered him cash (his requested price) to buy the car. He is either a real flake, does not want to sell the car, or this is some sort of scam. I will update anyone if something else happens.

Nelson




you know for that kind of money i would go for the Ebay one or that Auto trader one.
unless you want the 88's or something. .....to each his own...Bragh!

look closely at the pics of the E bay one. the sail louver is comming off. in the rear view. and i am sure there are other things.
note the lack of pictures. heck some of the pics he sent me were all out of order. Daffy..intentional???

as of late the resale on these cars it is not as impressive as i may have hoped. i know it is still the economy...maybe. right?
not like it matters cuz me notasellin' anyway.
i seem to be the other side of this problem for the current sellers.
me not being able to jack the price up due to the fact we
have 2 documented 1987 Meras available and i cannot do a thing. having no job. CRAP! why now.
2 years ago i did not even know the Mera existed, now we have had three or more for sale in 4 months. Give or take...insane.
ok. done crying...thank you. i need a tissue.

anyway, with the fact that if i would have been employed all this time since last year, i would own at least 2 more '87 Meras, with that said,
I feel better. wait, i just said that. holy run on sentence. again. i am gettin silly i need to eat.
Night,
Dan

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you earned it!
you get me diggin into stuff with your links and direction pointing.
not just Mera. i found these Stratos while looking for Ferrari stuff from a post here of yours.
you know, your link to another, repeat....
its so fun! i love it. keep 'em comming.
anybody think a little F-Car yellow would look good our cars??



i am going to see if these rims pictured will fit a Fiero?
i hate yellow the color. but, in this application it works. just like the Ferrari red/yellow emblem.
i like the rims them selves also.
i am off to the surf.
later
Dan
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The Stratos rims are a different bolt pattern so you will need adapters. Reproductions are available online in the rally versions. The rears are much wider than the fronts. You could just run four front wheels so they would not stick out too much.

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Here's my TB. I think the Mera badge was placed by Paul V, which I think he got from Rodney. Kinda cool, really.

Dick



Does Rodney still offer these badges for the intake? "Badges......I need stinkin Badges"

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hang in there dan. 7071 is still for sale.... wink wink.... lol not

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but if my wife logs onto here... tell her i have adamantely trying to sell it ok....lol she thinks due to my health issues of late i dont need any more cars or trucks other than my pro monster truck fetish lol

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gotcha'
well in that case..
Mike, did you notice if the old panels that you are replacing, did they have any kind of production number or model number?
stamped or molded into the panel?
and weather they do or do not, are you going to do something similar with your new panels? for reference and/or identification.
inventory...i dont know. your name, company name, anything...
i ask this because as you know i am looking for a way to identify OEM Mera panels. anything to help qualify
the real deal.

you see you are the only person i have talked to that has had panels off. with pics, hopefully

good luck and as always if/when my job scene changes (all it takes is a phone call from my boss) i will be interested in 7071
after the LS is in. still doing that?
7071 is perfect for this conversion....
i will let you know
Dan

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The Stratos rims are a different bolt pattern so you will need adapters. Reproductions are available online in the rally versions. The rears are much wider than the fronts. You could just run four front wheels so they would not stick out too much.



true that! after some research i think the same thing. so i came up with this little idea.

you guys have to help me tho. stupid question.

For the OEM Fiero wheels, the lace style. do they need any adapters or spacers to fill any gap for our Mera panels?

hopefully not, because i think a set of yellow OEM lace style rims would work.
plus i want to get rid of my spacer/lug adapters on Mera X's current CenterLine rim set. for a more stable run.
the small HP increases i have planned will only exaggerate my already bothersome shimmy in the front end.

dang i just noticed its 60 degs here and only 9 am.
i gotta go
later
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you make a very good point dan. i think i will put some sort of identification on my panels. i agree with you.
as far as 7071 its not really for sale in my book. if you ask my wife it is lol. but im not selling. as far as conversion parts on 7071 im torn. i had to rebuild the front suspension due the the wreck so i used my tubular a arms, my ferrari f430 brembo conversion, and my f430 19" wheels and tires. with those upgrades the car is no longer original or similar to original. i wanted to keep the numbers matching 2.8 and getrag in the car but have also thought about taking the original motor and trans and wrapping them and putting them on the shelf for safe keeping and dropping in one of my modified getrags with a ls2 like my little 88 coupe. 88 coupe is getting a ls2 as we speak. but i dont know that i want 2 cars with ls motors. so if i do anything i might stick a zz4 383 425hp aluminum headed sbc with a modified getrag in 7071. i have the zz4 setting on the shelf and nothing to put it in. but honestly im not sure yet.

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dan from what i am told the lace wheels just bolt on, no spacers needed. just that you use a larger tire to fill the gap. ask nelson or rodney. later, mike

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you make a very good point dan. i think i will put some sort of identification on my panels. i agree with you.
as far as 7071 its not really for sale in my book. if you ask my wife it is lol. but im not selling. as far as conversion parts on 7071 im torn. i had to rebuild the front suspension due the the wreck so i used my tubular a arms, my ferrari f430 brembo conversion, and my f430 19" wheels and tires. with those upgrades the car is no longer original or similar to original. i wanted to keep the numbers matching 2.8 and getrag in the car but have also thought about taking the original motor and trans and wrapping them and putting them on the shelf for safe keeping and dropping in one of my modified getrags with a ls2 like my little 88 coupe. 88 coupe is getting a ls2 as we speak. but i dont know that i want 2 cars with ls motors. so if i do anything i might stick a zz4 383 425hp aluminum headed sbc with a modified getrag in 7071. i have the zz4 setting on the shelf and nothing to put it in. but honestly im not sure yet.



ohhh...such the problems....
your situation is tough.....not.
i feel that 7071 deservers the best you can do for it. like you say it IS Mera #7071. A Legacy to uphold.
its a 1987 Mera restoration...that works.
with all the extra beef it should be able to handle the 425hp so you got my vote.
GO LARGE. use it as a model for your panels to show to the public. and start a resurgence in the "Classics"
you know the time is ripe....retro-baby....if you need a salesman we can talk. i need a job.
anyway its so early and so nice, i have to duck out.
later
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TEST!!

BUNK!
**EDIT**
http://vids.myspace.com/ind...d=&release=104978002

HOW BOUT NOW??? i tryed out the video option on my old digital camera.
stupid thing only has 1 minute or so of vid. Junk. works i guess.
anyway lets see if it works.
after alot of:-" #$$@%^$$#@!**&^%^......and "you $#%$#@!-king computer....son of a ......." crash...."whoopps!"

IT DOES!!
how bout that??
notice the exhaust?? Sawzall Notch before the muffler. which looks stock?
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Originally posted by batousai666:
true that! after some research i think the same thing. so i came up with this little idea.

you guys have to help me tho. stupid question.

For the OEM Fiero wheels, the lace style. do they need any adapters or spacers to fill any gap for our Mera panels?

hopefully not, because i think a set of yellow OEM lace style rims would work.
plus i want to get rid of my spacer/lug adapters on Mera X's current CenterLine rim set. for a more stable run.
the small HP increases i have planned will only exaggerate my already bothersome shimmy in the front end.

dang i just noticed its 60 degs here and only 9 am.
i gotta go
later
Dan



If you install a 265/50/15 rear tire, and 245/50/15 front tire on the lace wheels you will have the exact size Mera's were equipped with from the factory. On my 88 I have a 1in "hubcentric" spacer on the rear wheels to match how the front wheels appear in the wheel opening. The rear wheels really look great this way viewed from the side. Otherwise, the rear wheels sit in too far in the wheel opening. If your spacers are not "hubcentric" that may explain you shimmy. The yellow lace wheels will look good but you will have to clean them quite alot.

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thanks friend. Good call.
as far as cleaning/washing, i usually give Mera X a good work out, so we are pretty dirty, at the end of the day.
I love dirt roads, guess i want to Rally Race . looks fun!
so i find myself giving X the hose 2-3 times a week. nice and shinney....

The Rims-
see, i have these CenterLines on the car. i think they are called "Star Series",car came with them.
well, there is a massive hunk of aluminum in there. like 2-3" over all. i want to get rid of them.
i have yet to take off the wheels. I need some jack stands. so i will post pics when that happens.

now with spring commin i get to comb garage sales for garage stuff...drop lights, jack stands, tools....
happy times...driving around in the Mera, till something big comes along...then i need my Jeep.

Rick? you say you have a 1 in. spacer on your car? does it line up to the outside fender? in the rear.

the thing is, on X as of now, the rear tires look wider than the front. thats the thing i like about these CenterLines.
the Fatties in the back. thats what drew me to the Stratos Rims:- 2,200 Pounds (Eng.) what ever that is in $$??
so the Fiero wheels are the Cheap fix.

thats all for now. going to stare at Ricks wheels for awhile. thanks again, Rick.
Later
Dan

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more playing....HAPPY SPRING ALL!



I am stuck on my proprety...for lack of INS. till April 10th....



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hey i horked this from a different therad on the PFF....i think?
 
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code:
5x100 Wheel Bolt Pattern

Make Model Year Make Model Year

Audi TT 99+ Subaru Legacy 90+
Imprezza 93-00
Chyrs, Cirrus 95+ Outback Wagon 95+
Dodge, Stratus 95+ Forrester 97+
Jeep, Shadow <94 WRX 01+
Eagle, Sundance <94 Baja 03+
Plymth Daytona <94
Breeze <94 Saab 9-2X 05+
Acclaim <94
Neon (w/ 5 Lug) 94+ Toyota Celica GT, GTS 86-98
Lebaron 85+ Celica 92+
New Yorker 85-93 Camry 83-91
Sebring 'Vert 96+ Corolla 03+
Town & Country 86-96 Matrix 03+
PT Cruiser 00+
Aries 86-89 GM, Skylark 89+
Dynasty 88-93 Buick, Cavalier 89+
Spirit 89-95 Caddy, Corsica/Beretta 89+
Chevy, Achieva 89+
VW Golf VR6 93-98 Geo, Sunfire 95
Golf 99+ Olds Sunbird 85-94
Jetta VR6 93-98 Pontiac Skyhawk 89-93
Jetta 99+ Grand AM 85-98
Passat VR6 90-97 Fiero 84-88
Cabriolet 00+ Vibe 03+
Beetle 98+






dang i am gettin good at this....till tommarrow when i forget.....i am on vacation kinda...

i post (steal) this quote, because seems the Imprezza WRX shares the same bolt pattern, huh?
these WRX are pretty fast....so these wheels should be able to take a pounding, NO?

my wheels now are weak. need more sticky, boss!
i have serched images of these WRX's they have some rim designs....I here the junkyards calling.
this list is helpful....
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thanks friend. Good call.
as far as cleaning/washing, i usually give Mera X a good work out, so we are pretty dirty, at the end of the day.
I love dirt roads, guess i want to Rally Race . looks fun!
so i find myself giving X the hose 2-3 times a week. nice and shinney....

The Rims-
see, i have these CenterLines on the car. i think they are called "Star Series",car came with them.
well, there is a massive hunk of aluminum in there. like 2-3" over all. i want to get rid of them.
i have yet to take off the wheels. I need some jack stands. so i will post pics when that happens.

now with spring commin i get to comb garage sales for garage stuff...drop lights, jack stands, tools....
happy times...driving around in the Mera, till something big comes along...then i need my Jeep.

Rick? you say you have a 1 in. spacer on your car? does it line up to the outside fender? in the rear.

the thing is, on X as of now, the rear tires look wider than the front. thats the thing i like about these CenterLines.
the Fatties in the back. thats what drew me to the Stratos Rims:- 2,200 Pounds (Eng.) what ever that is in $$??
so the Fiero wheels are the Cheap fix.

thats all for now. going to stare at Ricks wheels for awhile. thanks again, Rick.
Later
Dan



Dan the pictres of my car back on page 13 do not show the spacers. That is the way it came off the transporter. The rear wheels are now 1 inch farther out on each side. So you will have to
"stare" them an inch farther out than they appear. They really do look much better now when all the wheels are straight and viewed down the side.

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roger that.
i got busy taking them spring pics...i forgot the stare...
Cool Rick, at least i have a reference point to start....thanks again.
Dan

plus, now it looks like i get to go to New York City.....this summer. just booked the flight.
so that got in the way, also.
later

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Update on the West Coast 88 Mera Supposedly for Sale

The person supposedly selling this vehicle now has a "Not Accepting Calls At This Time" message on his phone and has not replied to any e-mails sent during the last five days. I would count him out of the picture as either a flake or a scammer.

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DAN i run spacer/adapters on 7071 but thats mostly so i can use the actual ferrari rims 5x108. and they fill the wheel wells nicely at 19" and michelin pilot rubbers. my spacers are only 1" wide. 5x100 to car hub and 5x108 for wheel. mike

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also, dan, nelson, and guys... i am buying a archie sbc v8 kit from another member here. going to put a zz4 383 425hp crate motor with fuel injection into 7071.... shhhhhh dont tell my wife lol

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DAN i run spacer/adapters on 7071 but thats mostly so i can use the actual ferrari rims 5x108. and they fill the wheel wells nicely at 19" and michelin pilot rubbers. my spacers are only 1" wide. 5x100 to car hub and 5x108 for wheel. mike



thats good.
i was thinking more rim to balance out the "tall" tire thing also.
Naw!...i still like the OEM Fiero painted yellow or Gold. and having it lowered maybe.
this is the first thing, aside from any engine issues i may find.

ohhh..yeah, i need to research more on swappin out the existing front suspention also...playing around in the driveway made me
notice a sloppyness i remember from last year, late. and the brakes...seem hookey. i know this is a 1987 thing. but i am very
hard on my cars. and sooo used to that TransAm of mine. This little Fiero will not make it this Summer. i was gentle
last year. did not want to break it off the bat. The T.A. is busted now, so the Mera is gonna ...."Get It". this year!

Mike you're going to have to passcode lock this Fourm....."For Your (and us) Eyes Only"...

soo totally in the middle of a Bond-a-thon.... ..James Bond! Yesterday (rained), was that movie. with the cool Lotus Esprit's
so for kicks I searched Lotus...i was looking at Esprits when i picked up Mera X mind you, and remembering my love
of them...
found this...what do you say Mike, huh??? "come on over to my crib"... i say.

I get the 1st truck.



i love image searches. you never know whats out there. till one hits enter. even misspell a word or two.
some weird stuff pops up. see photos of that black 308 a page or 2 back. i am tellin you??

the European scene is unhinged...they love their cars. treat them like family. thats how i feel.
now that i am gettin more into the mechanicals of my vehicels it is becomming more personal...
and keeps me home more and out of trouble. these long winters.

you know ? reminds me. I need some cheap jack stands and paint. i am going for the Sunday Paper.
later ya'll..
Daniel

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also, dan, nelson, and guys... i am buying a archie sbc v8 kit from another member here. going to put a zz4 383 425hp crate motor with fuel injection into 7071.... shhhhhh dont tell my wife lol



YEAH!!!!
that will do!! front row seat.

i want to donate Mera X for a freshen up of the org. engine. A Pro installed, paid for, solid warrantee type confidence, engine mod.
not a swap per sae, but a good tune. maybe even a Turbo. something a local shop may want me to brag about. at shows
i am gonna try some local MI Fiero shops and see if they want to try an advertising thing..
i dont want anything for free. if they want to do the engine swap at a good discount. for some word of mouth (big mouth) type advertising.
i have them covered. and then some. i will see. this week sometime.
Mike.
just free thinkin aloud here..
Later, you can jump in with me and your panels on 7071. It will be a Fiero thing.(engine) and a Mera thing (panels). between us.
you get both. with your shop. i just get the Mera part. "they" whom ever "they" are, here in MI, will get my engine swap coverage.

if 7071 makes money. your wife may see differently then. money works wonders. if i remember correctly.
its been i few years now. it got real tight last year.

also this union would strech out the "Car Show Zone" for me West. are there a lot of "Kit-Car" specific shows around?
i don't know. its "Stir Crazy" talk most likely....."uh huh, thats right we bad, uh huh..." Just watched that movie too.
and too many old Traveling Salesman shows.... i reckon. thats the life for me, seeing i need a job. may panout to something.
wont know till i ask,right?

You see i also need more Mech. knowledge so the offer is that i will help physcally.
even sweep the shop, pick up boy. whatever, i do not care.
as long as i can watch and turn a wrench or two.

but, as you may know, i also like to talk about my stuff. no problem there. (ya think!?).
the Mera story is soo fun to tell.

plus I plan to go to auto shows/dragways/racetracks in MI anyway. so if we do a engine swap i will travel accordingly.
the better the engine (lower miles) the further i have to go. that would be fun. every Fiero car show coast to coast for all i care.
i love worry free driving. thats why i rent a lot of cars. 100's of them. its their car not mine.
my location is good with the MotorCity, IL, IN, WI, OH..soo close the hard part is the driving. in a 3800 SC Mera! ..get out of here. ha.

i love advertising because all you really need to do is, show up and say hello. real loud!
with todays exhaust alone that is easy

this is where the "Deal" kicks in. not a money thing. but for me, a confidence for the long haul. to get to the people
to promote the engine to future customers. at these shows for them. hopefully. just a sticker alone will speak volumes. with the right set-up.
i can see it now...
"3800 SC anyone??ME-ME-ME!!"... you betcha'. step right up.

for me today, i just have little money. so its a tune for me, to start.
And should this fall on dead ears, up here. i will challenge myself to DIY-
and take all the glory for myself !

whoops...
this took forever to compose.. later,
Dan

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