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Pictures from the 30th Anniversary Fiero Reunion by artistmac
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If you couldn't make it to the 30th Anniversary Reunion, here's pictures from the event. Enjoy.

http://www.flickr.com/photo...s/72157634620299552/

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Report this Post07-17-2013 08:07 AM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroMontrealClick Here to Email FieroMontrealSend a Private Message to FieroMontrealEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Awesome, thanks for sharing.

You even got a picture of my Sky ! lol
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Thanks for posting, I never noticed this car there, interesting. The lip spoiler really makes it work well.

http://www.flickr.com/photo...et-72157634620299552

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Nice pictures of a good gathering and fun event.
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Thanks for posting, I never noticed this car there, interesting. The lip spoiler really makes it work well.

http://www.flickr.com/photo...et-72157634620299552



That's my car and thanks for the compliment. The reason that alot of people don't notice my car is that it looks basically stock in the front and doesn't have anything that draws you in to take a closer look at it from the rear. I mean, you've seen one stock Fiero, you've seen them all. But that in itself, is a compliment to the builder of the clip (that wasn't me, BTW) because it flows and looks stock. What I've decided to do from now on is buck the norm and park my car backwards as compared to other Fieros. Which we did, after the judging and it drew a few people before we even finished turning it around. -Jason
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That's my car and thanks for the compliment. The reason that alot of people don't notice my car is that it looks basically stock in the front and doesn't have anything that draws you in to take a closer look at it from the rear. I mean, you've seen one stock Fiero, you've seen them all. But that in itself, is a compliment to the builder of the clip (that wasn't me, BTW) because it flows and looks stock. What I've decided to do from now on is buck the norm and park my car backwards as compared to other Fieros. Which we did, after the judging and it drew a few people before we even finished turning it around. -Jason



LMAO,... i probably saw your car and thought exactly what you said. In hindsite i am kicking myself now and asking how i missed it !

Very cool.
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All those pics on you only have one wheel from one of the two cars I had there.
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This is actually Fred driving the car... John Callies signed the picture.

http://www.flickr.com/photo...t-72157634620299552/
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Originally posted by Fierofreak00:


That's my car and thanks for the compliment. The reason that alot of people don't notice my car is that it looks basically stock in the front and doesn't have anything that draws you in to take a closer look at it from the rear. I mean, you've seen one stock Fiero, you've seen them all. But that in itself, is a compliment to the builder of the clip (that wasn't me, BTW) because it flows and looks stock. What I've decided to do from now on is buck the norm and park my car backwards as compared to other Fieros. Which we did, after the judging and it drew a few people before we even finished turning it around. -Jason





Did you buy it from PFF memeber Reality?

So Reality, "Where is your car?" !
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Did you buy it from PFF memeber Reality?

So Reality, "Where is your car?" !


Yep, bought it from Anthony as an unfinished project which is why I've always said (and will always say) that I didn't build it, I just finished it. To be honest, I actually bought the whole car just for the clip alone. I had along conversation at the 30th with Tedd (Who is Sage and is Anthony dad) about how happy he was that I got and finished the car. Also, as a side note, the lip spoiler is actually the 1st or 2nd one out the the freshly made mold when he was designing it quite a few years ago.-Jason

I also wanted to ad, I still have the car (not the engine, it's living in MD in another car) and all of the body panels that he built. The fenders are currently being refinished and will be installed on the GS. The hood was a goner due to weathering issues, I attempted to use it but it was just too far gone. But, it was the insperation to my grey 3800 powered car, which has the same style scoops in its hood except I didn't cut them down, I liked them better with the flares.

One other thing, if you look in his thread and see the white car he rendered, I think I got it just the way he wanted including the wheels....

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That's awesome... I knew Sage was there but I didn't really get a chance to actually meet anyone but a handful of people...

I took those pics after most everyone else had left. Just a small handful of Fieros made yours stick out and I wondered how many cars with that mod could exist.
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Originally posted by Fiero STS:

All those pics on you only have one wheel from one of the two cars I had there.


Hey Tim, just the very nose of your car is visible in one of the pics above...

And here is the little Best of Show, People's Choice and Class award winning black 85 base coupe getting ready to head out for it's chance at glory... over there, across the street Actually I really like this shot as a whole.

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I'd love a lip that goes on a Notchie, wonder if one exists?
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That's awesome... I knew Sage was there but I didn't really get a chance to actually meet anyone but a handful of people...

I took those pics after most everyone else had left. Just a small handful of Fieros made yours stick out and I wondered how many cars with that mod could exist.


I've only seen two, and one of those being mine. The other is, I believe, is formally the Purple pavement eater but I believe it doesn't acutally use the GT decklid or grates but modified notchie parts.

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I've only seen two, and one of those being mine. The other is, I believe, is formally the Purple pavement eater but I believe it doesn't acutally use the GT decklid or grates but modified notchie parts.


Indeed... forgot about that one.
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This is actually Fred driving the car... John Callies signed the picture.

http://www.flickr.com/photo...t-72157634620299552/


Thanks for the info. I've changed it.
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