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Parts from other cars. Post your pics by indygrandprix
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Wanted to start a thread for people to post what parts from other cars they have used on their cars. (ex. mustang spoiler) Thought it would be a good way for people to see what they can do with parts from other cars.
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Work in progress...

3800SC L32 from a 2005 GTP.

F23 from a 2002 Cavalier 2200.
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yes yes please post. very interesting to see what people have come up with.

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Dodge Shadow Rear Spoiler

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Home made air extractor courtesy of a Subaru Imprezza.





TLG's C6 Vette tips.

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Hmm, interesting idea. Does it vent enough to help any with front end lightness at speed? I've been wanting to do a vent, and I like the idea of a less invasive option. Certainly no lack of Scoobies here in VT to get one from. Do you have any overall shots of the car?
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Home made air extractor courtesy of a Subaru Imprezza.



Cool have an underhood pic of that? It seems to deal with the ridge in the center of the hood well.

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Bumper from honda Del-Sol

Mirrors from Del-Sol

Inner door handle from Audi I believe

I've got some switches from the Del-Sol not installed yet, Ray
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Originally posted by onesexyfiero:

Hmm, interesting idea. Does it vent enough to help any with front end lightness at speed? I've been wanting to do a vent, and I like the idea of a less invasive option. Certainly no lack of Scoobies here in VT to get one from. Do you have any overall shots of the car?


Yes, it does wonders for venting. Now, I have had my Fiero near the 130 mph range once, and several times in the 120's. As far as any front end lift, I can say that my headlights do not pop up anymore. I did it mostly for the cooling factor, and it is very signifigant. Like a hair dryer when the fan is on.

 
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Cool have an underhood pic of that? It seems to deal with the ridge in the center of the hood well.



Obviously during fitment. It is/was held in with Automotive Goop. I have an issue with that stuff not holding, and another member here has the materials to mount it with an industrial two stage epoxy. Just the other day I removed the extractor to prep it for a more permanant install. After it is stuck on, I plan on glassing in the underside, which it fits snuggly into, and repainting the underside of my hood and decklid.




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Dodge Shadow Rear Spoiler





That is a cool rear spoiler. Does it cause you any visibility problems?
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That is a cool rear spoiler. Does it cause you any visibility problems?


It helps cause it is shorter then the Stock Wing. and besides right now, I dont think i need to worry about the visibility, hehehe

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Originally posted by rcp builders:
Bumper from honda Del-Sol


Please tell me that's one of the cheap aftermarket reproductions of that front bumper, and not an original.
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Tony, sounds well worth it. Might just steal the idea. Any overall shots of the car with the scoop?
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Please tell me that's one of the cheap aftermarket reproductions of that front bumper, and not an original.


LOL, What does it matter? Is the Del-Sol rare or something? Ray

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I have a L88 hood scoop on mine.



Fiero Fiberglass pulled their molds from my hood.....
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Grand Am dash:


Celebrity front uprights and hubs (for rear)

Olds 4.0, with Caddy and Grand Am axles

Grand Am coolant recovery bottle

Grand Prix cruise control module

Mustang Cobra 13" rotors

Camaro calipers



Thats what I can think of for now...

Edit: Firebird door panel parts, window switches, power mirror switches, and door lock switches.

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Originally posted by onesexyfiero:

Tony, sounds well worth it. Might just steal the idea. Any overall shots of the car with the scoop?


I can oblige. Thanks for the comments folks.








Edit: Very good thread idea! So many of us have been creative when it comes to our little passion. So many great ideas.

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Very nice door panel there RCR.
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RCR, any write ups on the Mustang brakes? I used to be pretty big into the Mustang scene years back. Interests sparked. . Thank you
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Window switches from the rear doors of a 2002 Silverado. They are waterproof, they light up, and they use an internal relay so they don't wear out like the Fiero switches.

Auto dimming rearview mirror from a Cadillac. These are priceless IMHO...especially in the convertible where you have NOTHING blocking light from behind.

Shift knob from some other GM car. Bonneville?

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Oh ya, I can contribute. .....I have camaro window switches in my car. Thanks for the reminder Mr. Patoot. Great thread btw.

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Thanx Blooze...

 
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RCR, any write ups on the Mustang brakes? I used to be pretty big into the Mustang scene years back. Interests sparked. . Thank you


Tony, Here you go... http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/090523.html

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Dont forget the Roof! has been replaced with AIR!!!

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Dont forget the Roof! has been replaced with AIR!!!


But it didn't come from another car.
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LOL, What does it matter? Is the Del-Sol rare or something? Ray


That's not a standard del Sol bumper. It's the Mugen PRO.3 bumper style. If it was an actual Mugen bumper, it would have been worth $1200-1500 just for the bumper.

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Thought i would add a few others that I have found online. These are NOT my person car. And if they are of your car please feel free to take credit for them.

Sunfire Rims (I like how they retain a factory look but give you 16 inch rims)


Grand Prix Headlight. Just found this one interesting.


Mustang Spoiler Seen this done on a few different cars I was thinking of doing it myself but I actually think I like the dodge shadow spoiler idea better
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Mustang Spoiler Seen this done on a few different cars I was thinking of doing it myself but I actually think I like the dodge shadow spoiler idea better
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I don't feel the Mustang spoiler flows with the lines of the nochie. The shadow spoiler lines up perfectly and suits the car great. But again that is how I feel and Have had 2 fireos with one installed

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Does anybody know anything about that Grand Prix nose installation? I'm really thinking seriously about trying that. I think it looks neat!
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2007 Gran Prix spoiler - C4 (late version) Corvette Tail lights and Corvette C6 tips... Also Gran Prix GXP steering column. and in case anyone asks... my extremely bright LED backup light strip that can be seen from outer space... below it the LED plate light.





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Ray,

Did you have to do any mod to the Del-Sol mirror base to get the angle correct?

Will



You have to do quita a bit of modification to door and door panel! The mirror angle is damn close but will need a smallllll bit of fill up top.

I had to cut the old mount off and make a new one and will have to add bolts to hold end of dew wipe. Ray
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VR6 from a Volkswagen Jetta



Rims from a Volkswagen GTI (bolt up with no mods)



Exhaust tips from a Porsche 911 GT2



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Midsubishi 3000GT Headlights & Buick Regal mirrors & Mini Cooper front side marker lights....



2011 Camaro Tail Lights & Mini Cooper rear side marker lights



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VR6 from a Volkswagen Jetta



Rims from a Volkswagen GTI (bolt up with no mods)



OK, that's just cool.
Exhaust tips from a Porsche 911 GT2



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Toms aftermarket mr2 roof scoop
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My 86 GT had 4.9 Caddie & trans. S-10 brake booster, 4 core alum radiator, GranAm brakes, Caddie rear view mirror, Caddie horns, Caddie exhaust tips, S-10 radio/cd player and gold interior trim from a refrigerator. Dietmar side scoops and rockers. Rear wing moved back 4 1/2 inches. Fiero Store turbo scoops and Trams Am hood scoops and K Hines deck vent. Wood Grain dash and Keith M park lite covers. American Racing wheels and custom driving lights. Oh forgot I bought the cat new in Sept 1986 and still have it. It's more fun than bar hopping and a lot cheaper.

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I have Leather from an alfa romeo 159 in my fiero, does that count?
I repainted the entire interior in a BMW colour to.. if that helps ;-)



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The backup lights on a Mera were provided by a Ford Escort station wagon (85 IIRC). BTW, the engine also came from another vehicle since a fuel injected 383 was not offered as an option on a Fiero.







If I ever get this project to a paint shop, the new color will be the 2005 Lotus British Racing Green so I guess that might also qualify as something from another car.

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I have Leather from an alfa romeo 159 in my fiero, does that count?
I repainted the entire interior in a BMW colour to.. if that helps ;-)




What paint did you use for this exactly and was your car the 2 tone light and darker brown to begin with or you actually painted every piece of plastic you had that darker brown, it looks very similar to my center console pieces and I'm not a fan of the lighter tan
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