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12 year olds and cars - Kathryn's Fiero by michhiker28
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Powerblock TV posted this link to their blog on Facebook today..
http://blog.powerblocktv.co...-1986-pontiac-fiero/

Kathryn, I think they should feature you on the show with Courtney!!
Edit: page 30 OWNED!!!
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Her build also made it on GM's Facebook page:



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Just watched the video, awesome. Truly inspirational video, especially for me to get going on my car

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I just watched the video after coming across it on jalopnik.com. That level of determination is great to hear about and the fact that it's with a Fiero is a bonus.

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If that video doesn't inspire you, then nothing will.

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Awesome video, Kathryn.
You rock!
Glad to see more of your project in the video.


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You are amazing as always, Kathryn. It's really great watching you in front of the camera, with poise and surety. I know a lot of people who can do awesome stuff but freeze and fail when you try to interview them (I may even be one of those people); it's lovely to see you able to not only do the work (and those welds are looking awesome, by the way), but explain.

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Yeah, awesome!

Is there a parts needed list anywhere?

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It's been said many times before, but it should be said again. You're an inspiration. There's been times where I've lost my motivation to do some of the things I love. But, when I think back to people such as you, I realize that if I work hard enough I can do what I've set out to do.

That video was awesome. It's great to see how much your family is supporting your choices and how much you're learning. Keep up the great work and don't ever give up on your dreams!

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Kathryn, thanks for making the "little guy," you did a great job.

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Kathryn, thanks for making the "little guy," he's awesome! He always does
his job, holds my iPhone, whether I need him to hold it vertical or horizontal,
and he works great with my new bluetooth keyboard!




Whoaw, How do I order THAT?! I want one please. That is wicked! And what I need!

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tntcary, it supports a really great cause too!



Heck yeah, I sent her a PM requesting one. I think the day she turns 16 and drives it out of the garage for her 1st drive that as many of us as possible should be on her street with our Fieros ready to roll with her. Wouldn't it be coolness to have hundreds of Fieros there for her showing our support and how special she is?

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hey guys (& girls of course
i need to go through my PM's still. so try to be patient....
I've been working on some orders for etsy recently ect. My engine block is as far as it can get before i order pistons and a few other things.
Also i really liked the thnkrchannel video....although that oil change....*shudder*
first it rained on me, then it got too cold and started snowing, and last but not least
they had a camera over my shoulder so when i took out the oil filter it was either get drenched in oil or ruin the camera...
yeah it was CRAZY!!!
however on the bright side of things Matt and Greg (my peeps) who were filming promised in return to get a video of them trying to do an oil change. so that could be interesting.
I also drove for Drivers Ed. for the first time on monday. I though i was going to die.
One of my friends...went down the road like a snake...literally!! she almost drove us into a ditch and then almost into a tree!!
It was terrifying!!!
I've also got exams this week...but afterwords i'll get cracking on my car again.
Lastly....I will NEVER...EVER..get trade my fiero for anything. Now if any of you want to buy me the new 7th gen corvette...by all means! (i like the red and black one best jk...lol
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Awesome video. This has probably been covered, but automatic or manual? Also enjoyed the Airplane! references. Anyone ever been in a Turkish Prison?

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.................................................................. Anyone ever been in a Turkish Prison?


Yes, but only as a visitor.

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they had a camera over my shoulder so when i took out the oil filter it was either get drenched in oil or ruin the camera...
yeah it was CRAZY!!!
however on the bright side of things Matt and Greg (my peeps) who were filming promised in return to get a video of them trying to do an oil change. so that could be interesting.


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Lastly....I will NEVER...EVER..get trade my fiero for anything. Now if any of you want to buy me the new 7th gen corvette...by all means! (i like the red and black one best jk...lol
-kathryn


You'll own many cars in your lifetime, but this Fiero will always be something special. I don't know any car enthusiast who sold their first "fun" car that doesn't regret it.
Mine was a '69 Firebird. I fried up a metric butt-ton of hamburgers at McDonald's to pay for it. I never should have sold it.

Your Fiero will be more than just a car. It's an experience of this time in your life that you've shared with so many people. You can't put a price tag on that.

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Lastly....I will NEVER...EVER.. trade my fiero for anything.


I think that's a very wise choice, Kathryn. Like Formula88 said, I'd like to go back to owning my first Camaro again, no problem.

I'm glad you like the Logo Kathryn.

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hi again,
so yes i love the logo!!!
also i'm glad that you understand my reasoning behind keeping it
I'm in the process of ordering .030 over pistons/rings
cam/main/rod bearings
soft plug kit, ect.
I'm ordering from summit...any suggestions?
thanks for everything!!! it's the support and encouragement that keep me enthusiastic...especially when it comes to sanding...uggg.
OH! i almost forgot i'm gonna start working on the doors/cutting fiberglass....suggestions/recommendations? kinda nervous about the cutting fiberglass part....
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When finished, you're probably going to brag about all the sanding more than just about anything else.

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OH! i almost forgot i'm gonna start working on the doors/cutting fiberglass....suggestions/recommendations? kinda nervous about the cutting fiberglass part....
-kathryn


Long sleeves, gloves.... face protection.........itchieeeeeeeeee


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hi again,
so yes i love the logo!!!
also i'm glad that you understand my reasoning behind keeping it
I'm in the process of ordering .030 over pistons/rings
cam/main/rod bearings
soft plug kit, ect.
I'm ordering from summit...any suggestions?
thanks for everything!!! it's the support and encouragement that keep me enthusiastic...especially when it comes to sanding...uggg.
OH! i almost forgot i'm gonna start working on the doors/cutting fiberglass....suggestions/recommendations? kinda nervous about the cutting fiberglass part....
-kathryn


We have no complaints from Summit....other than their prices.

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Does anyone know someone or someone that knows someone from Summit racing to put a word in about Kathryn's project to possibly get a deal on her parts? It would be AWESOME PR for them. Just a thought.

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Long sleeves, gloves.... face protection.........itchieeeeeeeeee



This!

And when done, wash up with COLD water, not hot.

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This!
And when done, wash up with COLD water, not hot.


I'll agree with part of that
The best thing to do though is to not allow fiberglass to touch your skin.

Two words. Disposable coveralls. Link online; Click to show

Description of use:Click to show

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Tools for cutting fiberglass:
Click to show

Maybe someone else here knows more about this than I do, but this is what I've done, and it works pretty well. Good luck.

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Maybe after she’s driven the Fiero for a while, she’ll graduate to a Corvette.



Why would she want to downgrade?

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Fiero is a great car to fix up Kathryn. It's a Chevy!

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Two words. Disposable coveralls. Link online; Click to show



Automotive paint suppliers often offer the TyVek suits at a similar price. These are the best things to take care of fighting off the fiberglass fibers. Using 2 inch wide tape overlaping to make a 4 inch cuff is recommended. Any exposed folds will have sufficient tape to catch most particles. Use the heavier Nitrile gloves to cover your hands and have the gloves cover the suit before taping. Wearing high-top boots, pulling the suit legs over the tops of the boots and then taping off similar to the wrists will prevent the particles from getting in.

Think of preparing yourself to go into a hazardous environment (which it will be). Only other precaution could be an SCBA (but that'd be overkill )

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Fiberglass, glass wool, insulation, asbestos ...
You definitely do not want to breathe any of the stuff. The effects do not go away.
Difficulty breathing; it isn't worth doing any job without breathing protection and skin and eye protection.
Not meaning to scare you just help you protect yourself. Once you have breathed it in it will never come back out....
but it will haunt you for the rest of your life.

 
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Now if any of you want to buy me the new 7th gen corvette...by all means! (i like the red and black one best)

My response is that every woman needs a daily driver, something to run around town in... The Fiero is the pearl, the toy, the joy,
the 'vette is just transportation... (grin)

Any more details on the cam and other parts?

 
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I'm ordering from summit...any suggestions?

Trust is a good thing, but this is your first engine, so you need to know everything about it.
Assume nothing, check everything personally, as if your life depended on it...;
before you start your install verify each and every part by your order and then by dimensions.
Do a visual inspection of each part: you are your quality control... You want the patient/ engine to live a long life.
Mistakes / defects occasionally happen.
Best "o" luck to you on your assembly!
~Zep

"Perfection is in the details."

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Kathryn, logos were sent to your e-mail addy.

thanks

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well i like number 5 a lot, however number 8 matches my color scheme better.
suggestions?
I think i might go with #8 only because it's the colors that have represented me for the past 2 years.
any comments before i give a definite answer?
-kathryn
p.s. 4186Nb thank you soo much...i love it!!!

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Ok, here is #8 with the color scheme of #5, if that helps.





Yo, just a super quick hmmmm. Sorry a snatched your logo 4186Nb, I just really liked what you did and I thought this one could be Fiero Specific for what she does to her Fiero and any other Fiero for that matter. I will take a lashing if I offended by adding your logo you made in this and I apologize in advance.

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obviously it is just a 2 second quickie in paint that would need corrected like bigtime.

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Sorry a snatched your logo 4186Nb


I'm not in the least bit offended - I've been doing this for a looooooong time,
(before computers, when cut and paste meant, cut with scissors and paste with wax)

I made the logo so she could use it for printing (which I've told her she gets my prices if I create the flyer / business cards / etc., all she pays is my price and shipping.)
I really thought she could use it on a website - which I also would create a simple one for free - using this logo. (Or, she can use it wherever she wants.)

Kathryn's asking for comments from others about the color schemes in the current design - any ideas?

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Yo, just a super quick hmmmm. Sorry a snatched your logo 4186Nb, I just really liked what you did and I thought this one could be Fiero Specific for what she does to her Fiero and any other Fiero for that matter. I will take a lashing if I offended by adding your logo you made in this and I apologize in advance.



kathryn,
Once you make your choice, I'll have Paul make you a new set of decals for the fenders of the Fiero.

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