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MADSPEED: THE BEAUTIFICATION OF A NOTCHBACK by exoticse
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God damnit I love that car!

More!!!
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God damnit I love that car!

More!!!


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Personally, the front end does not match the rest of the car. If you split it with a line, both ends look beautiful, but personally not meant for eachother. Loving the sunroof though.

Edit: after looking at the second batch of pictures, I would just change the rear bumper to something a bit flatter and lower to the ground. Does not appear to match the rest of the car in my eyes. Still a very beautiful car.

Edit #2: Any info on that wing?

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Ouch! What happened to the front lip?

So what exactly is in store for that beast? I know I'll be watching to find out!
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Originally posted by Shill:

Personally, the front end does not match the rest of the car. If you split it with a line, both ends look beautiful, but personally not meant for eachother. Loving the sunroof though.


My friend, .....be patient the Re-beautification will be a thing to behold !

(sings) Cha, cha,.Changes,........

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My friend, .....be patient the Re-beautification will be a thing to behold !


I thought this was a finished project already, did not notice the crack in the front end. Good luck! You do some amazing work I expect it will be amazing when you are through.

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Originally posted by TheRealShadowX:

Ouch! What happened to the front lip?

So what exactly is in store for that beast? I know I'll be watching to find out!


Speedy, the original owner, cracked it at a west coast event years ago.
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Favorited.
Glad to see this twin-charged beast is getting some Mad Love!
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I'd almost kill for a Norms Flipper if I didn't have my vents. I'm not a real fan of blue on Fiero's, but that first pic is enough to convert me. Are you going to be upgrading the lights to projectors? What's the info on the sunroof? I'd almost consider doing something like that to mine if the time, money and know-how ever decided to magically appear.

About the only thing I'm not hip on with this car is the doors. I'm not a fan of scissors on anything but a Lambo, and even then, it has to be a 'vert.
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What's the info on the sunroof? I'd almost consider doing something like that to mine if the time, money and know-how ever decided to magically appear.



 
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Originally posted by Songman:

He has no idea what the sunroof came out of. It was given to him by a guy at the shop next to his body shop. Apparently the guy was going to trash them or something and he asked John if he wanted them. Next thing you know there is a power sunroof in a Fiero.



Previous thread with some more info on this ride:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/044129.html
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Originally posted by 1988holleyformula:
Previous thread with some more info on this ride:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/044129.html


Nice, I saw the quote you posted and haven't had the chance to go much further than that. I'll finish reading it later when I have the chance to actually read it.
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Out with the old and in with the new.





Car was sitting too low to get the jack underneath so had to settle for a side by side view for the time being





A look at them on the rears



These wheels will actually go on the fronts, but a nice sneak peek nonetheless.











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Needs a little TLC.



You can barely make-out the carbon material on the super charger.



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Originally posted by Shill:

Personally, the front end does not match the rest of the car. If you split it with a line, both ends look beautiful, but personally not meant for eachother. Loving the sunroof though.

Edit: after looking at the second batch of pictures, I would just change the rear bumper to something a bit flatter and lower to the ground. Does not appear to match the rest of the car in my eyes. Still a very beautiful car.

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Can't agree more. I know is not finished but I have seen some others like that. That bottom line on the car must follow front to back. I see that mistake all the time. You drop one and then you need to drop the whole thing or it will look wrong. You won't find any exotic/factory with that mismatch. Those new wheels look great. How is that intercooler routed? Or is it a turbo+SC?

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Can't agree more. I know is not finished but I have seen some others like that. That bottom line on the car must follow front to back. I see that mistake all the time. You drop one and then you need to drop the whole thing or it will look wrong. You won't find any exotic/factory with that mismatch. Those new wheels look great. How is that intercooler routed? Or is it a turbo+SC?



Guys just forget how the car looks now,...it will look nothing like the current vehicle.

Most of the exterior stuff is going bye, bye.

It will get a complete Redux.

BTW if you like the wheels wait till you see the rears !

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If you start selling pieces, let me know. I like the look of the car, and have been eyeballing a notchie lately.
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Is it just me, or does the exhaust down tube spacing look like a series 1 3800?
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When I talked with the guys @ WCF about this car (I was considering buying it), I was told it was a Series I
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That is a beautiful car. I think the color really works on it.

Personally I like the GT style better, but that is just me. There are some great looking Notchies out there and this is one. I also don't like the big mouth look, reminds me too much of the Camaro, but, once again, that is just my personal preference.

However, those headlight are great. That is the best headlight treatment I have ever seen on a Fiero. I don't really care that much for pop-up headlights, to me it's like putting out the speed breaks on an aircraft every time you turn on the lights (although my wife likes pop-ups and doesn't want me to change them).

I followed the link provided about but did not see anything in the thread about the headlight creation. Does anyone know if there is a thread about these headlights anywhere?

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Originally posted by weaselbeak:

Is it just me, or does the exhaust down tube spacing look like a series 1 3800?



It is a series 1 engine with beefed up goodies. Car was reportedly dynoed at over 450 hp.

As of this time none of the parts will be for sale.

The headlights you were asking about are just the basic ones that come with the Norm's nose, they are getting changed.

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I followed the link provided about but did not see anything in the thread about the headlight creation. Does anyone know if there is a thread about these headlights anywhere?


Someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the headlights came like that when you bought Norm's front end. His newer headlight design is different now. Look here

http://www.normsfiberglass.com/fiero.html
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Sneak Peek:

The car will receive the MadArch notchback wide body treatment.

The paint will be flat satin black with high gloss black accents (same as wheels).
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It is a series 1 engine with beefed up goodies. Car was reportedly dynoed at over 450 hp.

As of this time none of the parts will be for sale.

The headlights you were asking about are just the basic ones that come with the Norm's nose, they are getting changed.



If those headlight covers and buckets are still usable after you remove them I might be interested in buying them. Keep me in mind when you take them out.
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hey if you are getting rid of the sidescoops and rockers, lmk. I'd like to buy them
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Someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the headlights came like that when you bought Norm's front end. His newer headlight design is different now. Look here

http://www.normsfiberglass.com/fiero.html


Thanks for the link, that is a nice looking front-end. I've always liked tilt front-ends.
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Wheels (with tires) for sale $400 plus shipping.

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Okay, so please let the cat out of the bag - did you buy this one Tony, or is there some other person out there that you are posting for. I remember following the thread when this was built, and really fell in love with the power plant. The flipper front has never been one of my favorites in the stock form. But the engine itself

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No hub centric needed for HRE. Bore hub is 57.1



Fronts test fit thanks to a little wooden help.

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Regardless of what front end is used, it will need to be flared to match the front tires.











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As mentioned before the car will receive the MadArch notchback wide body treatment. A change of plan now includes KEEPING the Norms flip up nose.

Headlight will be upgraded to Norm's Second Generation headlamps or the Corvettes.

The paint will be flat satin black with high gloss black accents (same as wheels)










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Okay, so please let the cat out of the bag - did you buy this one Tony, or is there some other person out there that you are posting for.


What he said ^^^^^^^^
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Wow! Really good looking car!!
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What he said ^^^^^^^^


Oh i am sorry,..did i leave that part out ??
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Second dibs on the side scoops if the other fella doesnt buy them!


EDIT: Oh and lower rockers!

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where the glass will get slung.

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what is happening to all the pictures people post. they get transformed into little red X's in white boxes
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There is a problem with pip, Cliff will get it fixed.
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Fresh and beefy meat !

HRE 445







A 2.5" lip vs. 5" lip.













Rim width: 12"
Tire width: 12.6"



There's a .3" over hang, but it's not enough to protect the wheel from curb rash





225/40/18 vs. 315/30/18



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