That Goodwrench widebody fastback, how does that fit in time and place, I mean considering the one Fred recently aquired? OOoo is that an actual fastback race car that was used? I see one of Fred's in the last image, when it was brown?
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DGP closed in 1988 from all Bob has told me and they did quite a bit of GT's once it came out. This was one of the last Stage 4 race bodies built at DGP and it was built after the one Fred just bought that was John Callies car specially built at DGP. Rick B
That one is mine that was right as they pulled it out of the building with the Gel coated parts on it. They then stripped it down and painted it Gold over White as I own it now. Here is my car in Dec 1983 in the top four shot and then shortly after when they built the 1st wide body which is mine and the lower 4 pictures. The holes from that thin black spoiler are still on the underside of the rear deck and starting to show on the top side. My Gold over White car is also in the back of Car craft, Hot Rod and many other magazines from 1984 through 1986 in the back ad section for DGP.. Also notice it was made with no marker lights and only a few were made like this as prototypes. The standard package had the light cutouts. Fred's car was the Stage 3 when used for Car & Driver Magazine with the Dole car and had no marker lights but when they took the back off and made it a Stage 4 it had the rear marker lights added. Rick B
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Alex was a gentlemen who worked there and the other was an engineer who worked on the design of the Fiero with Schinello. I should have written them down at the time so I remembered. Gary Witzenburg wrote the Fiero Book as G-man said. Rick B
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