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87 GT Fastback - Build thread by KOS
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Got some new stuff on the way!


And!

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Couple more pieces to the puzzle showed up today



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Love this build. Inspires me to do my interior. That waterfall console is really nice. Cant wait to see that hatch and widebody go on.

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Thanks man. Took a couple pics during the early evening to finally get some better light. Still a few odds n ends but I am going to drive it tomorrow

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There are still details to finish up like the speaker wires need to be pushed up. Mount the bezels and the speaker tube. Few other little things. But it works and the stereo kicks, bluetooth phone, gps, full Internet. .pretty happy with it overall.

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nice build you have going.....what was the material you used for the interior sound deadening/heat blocking?....i looked to see if you mentioned what the material was but maybe i overlooked....thanks
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Congrats on the widebody and hatch.

Gonna be watching this build !
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nice build you have going.....what was the material you used for the interior sound deadening/heat blocking?....i looked to see if you mentioned what the material was but maybe i overlooked....thanks


Thanks! Here is the link to the stuff I used. EZ Cool I think I have most everything listed with links on my first post.

Thanks exoticse. Hopefully it will turn out well when I am done. It is the details that are going to be the biggest hurdle. I find the last details on my interior are dragging.

On the other hand it was fun driving it to work today though!

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I also added in 3 courtesy lights into the car. I have 2 blue lights on either side of the console. You can see it in this pic right in front of the drivers seat against the console sidewall. Have one on the other side and also have a white light that lights up the inside of the cup holders. If I get a chance I will take a pic of it at night. These lights only come on when I have the parking lights or headlights on.


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Here is a night shot. Nice bright gauges! I do like the tablet but hindsight is 20/20. I should have gone with the sony bt3100 or similar head unit as sony has a great app that allows you to control the head unit completely from a tablet.

I have set up the tasker app to power on the tablet when the ignition is turned on an I use a car dock app for the display.it also connects to my phone and wireless hotspot automatically. I may look for a new app but this car dock app gives me gps speed, compass and time. Plus I can configure the buttons to whatever I want. So it is nice having Google maps internet radio and whatever else I can access via the internet. Plus I have it auto dim at night and brighter during the day.



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Those gauges ARE nice and bright! It is really looking good!
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Wow. it's come a long way from the last time I read up on it. When can I drive it?!?!?
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DAN...Coming along Great!
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Looks good Dan, but dang you guys and your gadgets.
I`m wanting to build an old truck that has even fewer electronics than the sparse Fiero.
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Thanks guys. I like it for sure. Not the best interior out there but I more or less got what I wanted out of it. I am no pro that is for sure. At some point I think I will make some changes to how the tab is mounted and how the flip top works on it. I am also really considering getting a new headunit as well to use an app. Like I mentioned before the app is nice as you can control the head unit's FM radio etc. combine that with tasker and the car dock app and it will be a rock solid in car entertainment system.

The key is having the dual bluetooth. So I have one for my phone and one for the tab (or you could hard wire it). Which I may do in the future as I am thinking of using an external bluetooth storage to load up with music (I have a LOT of music) and then stream it to my tab and have it play through the head unit. The other part I like is being to tether my phone to the tablet for full wifi access.

 
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Looks good Dan, but dang you guys and your gadgets.
I`m wanting to build an old truck that has even fewer electronics than the sparse Fiero.


Yeah I know! But since I want to drive this pretty much daily, I like the creature comforts and have been spoiled with newer technology in cars. Sitting in traffic going to work is boring! and besides it is something different when you look inside a 26 year old vehicle!

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Those gauges ARE nice and bright! It is really looking good!


Yeah it was a small fortune to get the right lights in there. But it is worth it. My car is as bright as a new car now!

The only thing that would make it a little better would be to have a remote door unlock feature with some lighting on the outside of the car when you hit the button like on new cars. I will look into that later after I get some new side mirrors....hint hint Mike!

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The mirrors are probably a bit in the future as I have to finish mine, revel in the fact that I am among a handful that have custom mirrors on a Fiero, be it good or bad and then to see if there is any interest in even selling these.
I would rather sell a finished product than something that needs a lot of work still.
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Just think of me as being a helpful "market" prototype

I do not like my mirrors and every time I look at the them in traffic I want a new set. Besides I have my work cut out for me for a while. It took me from April till now to just my interior to the place where I can drive it but it is still not finished. So who knows how long the widebody will take and then get to the mirrors!! Just keep me high on the list!

 
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The mirrors are probably a bit in the future as I have to finish mine, revel in the fact that I am among a handful that have custom mirrors on a Fiero, be it good or bad and then to see if there is any interest in even selling these.
I would rather sell a finished product than something that needs a lot of work still.


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Report this Post09-27-2013 03:15 PM Click Here to See the Profile for KOSClick Here to visit KOS's HomePageSend a Private Message to KOSEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
time to upgrade to new brakes all around. this just came in. New rotors, calipers and pads are on there way too.



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Last bit for now is this...just placed my order.




Should it in about a month.

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Car is looking GREAT!
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Sweet, that will make 3 of those noses in the Austin area. People around here will start to think they came from the factory like that lol.
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Sweet, that will make 3 of those noses in the Austin area. People around here will start to think they came from the factory like that lol.



Who has the 3rd? I know Mike has one. Is it on a wide body?

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Dan, a guy named Shannon owns the car that it`s on.
He bought it a while back from out of state.

Here is a pic of the front of the car.

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I just wanted to do a little side by side comparison...before and after shots.











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Dan, a guy named Shannon owns the car that it`s on.
He bought it a while back from out of state.

Here is a pic of the front of the car.




oh wow that looks real nice! Does he live up our way?

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I`m not sure where he is but he doesn`t make many events.
It`s a shame too , to have a nice car and to not be able to make any Fiero events.
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I`m not sure where he is but he doesn`t make many events.
It`s a shame too , to have a nice car and to not be able to make any Fiero events.


I am nervous I may have the same fate! It is hard to fit my twins into a 2 seater!

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That`s one of the things that wives are for.
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That`s one of the things that wives are for.


Well even though they are only 4 they both like Daddy's car. Especially my son, but even my daughter does too. I would really like to have then enjoy some car show/meet time as well.

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Well only had a little bit of time. But after driving the car for a couple of weeks it back off the road again. Starting to test fit some of the widebody kit.



This is going to take a lot of work...

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Congrats on getting your widebody started ! Your really going all out on this one. I really like the tablet in the dash......now ya got me thinkin !!

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Congrats on getting your widebody started ! Your really going all out on this one. I really like the tablet in the dash......now ya got me thinkin !!


Thank Bozzie, although it will never hold a candle to you have going on!

The tablet is awesome. I have the stereo head unit behind the tablet but in hindsight I wish I got a BT3100 series head unit. There is a sony app that lets you change the FM stations, volume etc from the tablet. At some point I plan on getting one and swapping that in. But with the automation app, the car app, bluetooth and wireless it brings the car into the 21st century. As soon as I get the new head unit I wont really have a need to access the the head unit i dont think.

I havent had a chance to touch the kit in a while due to travel for work. Hopefully in the next couple of weeks I can get moving on it again. Hate seeing it sit there. Getting so close now. But as you said, the color is really going to depend on the final lines. I will probably end up going white with black accents due to that instead of black.

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woo hoo look whats on it's way!






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Might want to bribe Mike Good for help! LOL
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Might want to bribe Mike Good for help! LOL


Good call! At least to take a look at it. I think I just need to make some bottom mounting brackets and glass those inand trim it up.

But Mike feel free to stop by!

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no pics. But I did get the lights for the bumper, fog, turn and side markers. Just waiting for my rear markers to come in now.....Oh, and picked up the new front bumper today! Still in the box so i havent had a chance to look at it yet but pretty excited to actually have it now. I also got the passenger side mocked up. I hope this weekend to test fit the rear and front bumpers...will see how much time I get!

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Small update. Got a little time to remove the front and rear bumper and got the new stuff just sitting on there.



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Whats taking so long?!?!? Better have it finished by the Christmas Party on the 7th. LOL
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Whats taking so long?!?!? Better have it finished by the Christmas Party on the 7th. LOL



I guess you will be coming over to help finish it then! Lol

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