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A Real Mera in Paradise by Fiero-in-Paradise
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Originally posted by hnthomps:

I have two complete sets of the large plastic caps that cover the Chromadora center sections. I suspect that the real reason that more of them are not installed is that the plastic tabs have a habit of breaking (20 plus years old plastic) and the covers may not stay on very well after several tabs break off.

Nelson


I have a complete undamaged set that came with my car. I like the look better without them. Perhaps Cromadora made the large caps to keep the Mera wheels from looking too much like the actual Ferrari wheels. That way Ferrari would not be breathing down their necks for "consorting with the enemy".

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Dan-Bat:
You have collector insurance on your Mera? With who, and for how much?
I tried with State Farm, but no go, just have me listed as a 1988 Fiero. Spring must be close, saw a mint 1972 Challenger out today, and several Vetts & motorcycles, I would love to join them, BUT......insurance would have to be reinstated, there's still salt & sand, and, my gut tells me there's still at least one more stinking snow storm left waiting out there too

Wayne

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Wayne, spring is just around the corner.......only up to 86 degress today here.

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Looking for the large cromodora cap.

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Yeah, the peal and stick could be cool--or could look cheesy as heck ;-) Don't know where to go to have them made.

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Try American Collectors or Grundy for insurance.

Nelson

 
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Dan-Bat:
You have collector insurance on your Mera? With who, and for how much?
I tried with State Farm, but no go, just have me listed as a 1988 Fiero. Spring must be close, saw a mint 1972 Challenger out today, and several Vetts & motorcycles, I would love to join them, BUT......insurance would have to be reinstated, there's still salt & sand, and, my gut tells me there's still at least one more stinking snow storm left waiting out there too

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i dont have collectors insurance.....had to go with PLPD

i need to do something....whats blue book on a 1987 Fiero SE?? i am afraid to look.

but not being able to "prove" my Mera X as Mera, sucks, not sure how to go about it.
i am sold that its more than a stock Mera but, still eating lunch on that. till i get a number!

the new SE angle is proving useful thanks to TOMMY and the 1986 Proto.
so i am in hope of a personal meet with Proty or at least some fresh multiangle Photos.....thanks to Ron!!

i have come a long way with Mera X and the story is the best part for me now. it starts with the Mera History then shifts to "The Quest" i have been on since i took delivery 2 years ago, May.
i am gonna get some kind of photo presentation for the carshows up and comming. the photos will tell the story of #6001 VS Mera X. like i said earlier i can track both cars within 15 miles of each other in 1998! AWESOME!! that point being 140 miles at the most from where i am right now. thats what i call Provenance.......
anywho...
suns up and its 45 out. time to polish me CenterLines......Top O' The Morning!! Wood??

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Dan,

Some collector car insurance policies offer larger annual mileage programs. The are more expensive but still a bargin overall. Your car should be old enough to qualify. Who with an 88 has a classic or special interest policy on their car? What are the stipulations? Most companies seem to start with vehicles 25 years or older.

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yeah almost there....in age of the car.one more year. but also, i dont like being told when and where to drive. well i would not need to drive it to work, but everything is so much better in a Mera. grocery shopping, car shows, barbques, Ferrari gatherings at GingerMan Raceway

anyway i got the rims all nice a buff.....


they's all nasty like this.....


now they all shinnys......like dis



busy little beaver....tightened the set screws on the mirrors....little loose. threw some silcone on the heads.
maybe they will stay.

tommarrow is special toy day.....cant wait

Later
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I posted a question for a large cromodora hub cap.. no l;uck. Does anyone have a set of four small MERA caps for sale, and how much.

Ron T

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Wayne, spring is just around the corner.......only up to 86 degress today here.


Thanks Rick, thanks a lot! Just wait until its a 106 in the shade by you, and I am driving along in a sweet 72 degrees. Even better my "view" will be of cool rushing streams, and lush green trees and grass!!!! HA!

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I have a couple of sets of original caps but they are not for sale. However, Rodney sells some Mera decals/stickers that you can use over the stock wheel center caps and make reproduction center caps.

Nelson

 
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I posted a question for a large cromodora hub cap.. no l;uck. Does anyone have a set of four small MERA caps for sale, and how much.

Ron T


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You have collector insurance on your Mera? With who, and for how much?




First year, Grundy, $235. Second year, American Collectors, $650. Both were $20k (I think) agreed value--maybe it's $16k. For $400 I may go back to Grundy.

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busy little beaver....tightened the set screws on the mirrors....little loose. threw some silcone on the heads.
maybe they will stay.




One of my set screws stripped! If you find a solution let me know.

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Thanks Rick, thanks a lot! Just wait until its a 106 in the shade by you, and I am driving along in a sweet 72 degrees. Even better my "view" will be of cool rushing streams, and lush green trees and grass!!!! HA!


Rick, people just don't understand desert rats--fine with me.

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Rick, people just don't understand desert rats--fine with me.


i do!!! sand is better than salt!! any day. well unless its the Bonneville SaltFlats.


hey Richard.....as far as the stripped set screw. maybe drill and tap one size up.
or maybe go metric. half size up. thats tricky to fix. ohhh wait....i got to get some pics.


ok back............still dark out, so these are not the best. i will be fixing that today. new toy arrives UPS






car arrived this way. i have yet to take them off. i do not see that side of the car much and forgot about the extra screws.
i will take this mirror off to see how the screws mount. after breakfast :starve: and when de la Sol awakens......


getyouallsum!!
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Sorry, wrong set screw--good pics though. The set screw I'm have issues with is the one that holds the head in position.

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I was looking through my photos of 8151 when I realized I had never taken a picture of it's pedigree!



Proof!! The Mera cops won't get me now.

I believe there was an 8152 but I was told it was distroyed. Anyone know 8152's story?

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Not to break this thread, but:
Since this is the "All Things Mera Forum" I wanted to pass along something I discovered yesterday. I have been trying to get a horn that would sound like a real Ferrari horn, the real question was is it an air, or electric horn? I was able to crawl around a friends 308, and when my hearing comes back, I can say it's a high/low single body horn below the front bumper, with a red air line running to a small air compressor about the size of a soup can, just under the passenger side headlight. One mystery solved.

ALSO: just to keep driving us all nuts...his ambers are on the inside of the rear, and light up when his brakes are applied!

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WWP,

I use the Griot's Garage airhorns on my cars. They also have a smaller airhorn on their website.



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The price is sure right! How do they sound Dana?
WWP


Never mind, I went on line, was able to hear the horns, like it, ordered it!
Thanks

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Very LOUD !! Sure sounds Ferrari to me.

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I used my horn for the first time the other day--after two years, thought I better see if it worked--it was loud, ugly, and different from any I had ever heard. Think I'll stick with it ;-)

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I used my horn for the first time the other day--after two years, thought I better see if it worked--it was loud, ugly, and different from any I had ever heard. Think I'll stick with it ;-)


You sure my sister-in-law wasn't riding with you?

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hey you guys ever heard this .............."Hand Hammered" part. i would like to get me hands on one of them, maybe.

"One notable aspect of the 1975 308 GTB was its fiberglass bodywork. Although still built by Carrozzeria Scaglietti, the 308's shell was entirely made of fiberglass. This lasted through June, 1977, when the 308 was switched back to steel. When the body was switched back to steel, seven bodies were hand hammered, six red convertables and one white hardtop."

taken from
http://www.kitcarusa.com/kb.php?aid=46

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Danny Boy!

The snow is almost all gone, got to 60 degrees AND we got an all day rain storm!!
That means the Mera is out of the tent, and into the garage, next stop...the road!

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Next?

http://carscoop.blogspot.co...ell-carriero-gt.html

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I hope not.

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Thanks Rick, thanks a lot! Just wait until its a 106 in the shade by you, and I am driving along in a sweet 72 degrees. Even better my "view" will be of cool rushing streams, and lush green trees and grass!!!! HA!



But it's a "dry heat". Much better than 85 degrees and 100 percent humidity! Besides I am only about an hour and fifteen minutes from the tall pines and cool rushing streams, or the slopes in "winter".

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Very LOUD !! Sure sounds Ferrari to me.



I backdated my 88 to the 84 to 87 dual horns that sound european. It is much better than the pathetic 88 single horn. However I am very interested in the horns you installed. What did you have to change to attach them?

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I backdated my 88 to the 84 to 87 dual horns that sound european. It is much better than the pathetic 88 single horn. However I am very interested in the horns you installed. What did you have to change to attach them?


I just got my horn, instructions look simple enough, I will report back after I give it a try.

Dry heat, is still HOT! Besides, who wants to live in a "litter box."

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I backdated my 88 to the 84 to 87 dual horns


Was the wiring still there?

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Was the wiring still there?


No, but I purchased both 87 horns and the factory wiring with them off a salvage Fiero. Both horns bolt in the stock locations. on either side. 88's still have the bolt hole for the absent horn. You could just as easily cut correct gauge wire to lengh and splice it into the 88 harness. You do need both 87 on back horns as they are a different design from the 88 horn. It is pretty easy to do and a big improvement in sound quality.

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The air horn install was simple. I located the horns under the driver's side headlight, than unplugged the original horns (they are still on the car), taped up the passenger side horn connector and just plugged the driver's side horn wire into the air horn. Works great!

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The air horn install was simple. I located the horns under the driver's side headlight, than unplugged the original horns (they are still on the car), taped up the passenger side horn connector and just plugged the driver's side horn wire into the air horn. Works great!


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Check this out on e-bay.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...ED-Fabulous-Driving-

Also this:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...&hash=item2eb4231ae2

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The first listing has been pulled. The second one looks like it will need some work judging how the headlight covers are stitting. That is what separates most kits from the Mera's. Even though our cars are far from perfect, at least they had to meet some quality standards before they left Corporate Concepts.

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Also this:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...&hash=item2eb4231ae2



I'd snatch this one up - Rare stinger kit - much nicer than the Mera IMO with a 328 front end and T-Tops - SWEET - he's sending me more pics soon

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T-Top, too. Have to check for rust, but might make a good swap candidate. Yeah, looks like a Stinger. With the factory built Mera you get quality control that you don't get in kits--even good ones. Don't get me wrong, there are beautifully done kits out there, there's also a lot of junk.

Ferrobi, love to see em when you get em.

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I was not aware the Stinger was made with a 328 front end as well as a 308.

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