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Name These Parts! by akademikjeanius
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Report this Post10-14-2013 05:33 AM Click Here to See the Profile for akademikjeaniusSend a Private Message to akademikjeaniusEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Can anyone the aftermarket rocker panels and sail windows pictured below?




I still have them and they're kinda in the way so I'm thinking about listing for sale but not sure who they were made by for identifying list prices.

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The 1/4 windows used to be sold by the Fiero Store and were called 'turbo scoops'. I don't think they carry them anymore.. they had a scoop and a window in them, also had a version without a window just a solid panel with a scoop.

Dunno about the rockers.. looks like a homebrew rocker to me.

Archies are still available, not exactly the same but look better to me.

http://www.v8archie.com/rocker.htm

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The fiero store still sells the sail panels, and i think those are IRM rockers though they could be a home brew either way they look good.

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If the quarter windows are the scoops with the plexi window in them PM me, iv been looking for a set
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The rockers are from a place called PISA. Made for the Z-R2 rebody kit.
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Originally posted by Steel:

The 1/4 windows used to be sold by the Fiero Store and were called 'turbo scoops'. I don't think they carry them anymore.. they had a scoop and a window in them, also had a version without a window just a solid panel with a scoop.

Dunno about the rockers.. looks like a homebrew rocker to me.

Archies are still available, not exactly the same but look better to me.

http://www.v8archie.com/rocker.htm



Thanks for info!

When you say "homebrew", you don't mean someone w/ that screen name, right? You're saying something that was a one-off design by a random fabricator?

Also, are you're saying you like Archie's or these better?
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Originally posted by Macs86GT:

The fiero store still sells the sail panels, and i think those are IRM rockers though they could be a home brew either way they look good.



Thanks for info! I'll check this "IRM" out.
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If the quarter windows are the scoops with the plexi window in them PM me, iv been looking for a set


PM sent!
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Archie's look better.
Also, yes Homebrew is a one off design of someone else.
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Originally posted by Oneredfiero:

The rockers are from a place called PISA. Made for the Z-R2 rebody kit.


Ohhhhhhh. Thanks for that piece of info! Now that you mention it, I remember the person from whom I bought the car mentioning "PISA" body pieces.
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Originally posted by Macs86GT:

The fiero store still sells the sail panels, and i think those are IRM rockers though they could be a home brew either way they look good.



Where are they listed on their website? I took a peek and don't see them. My sister wants them on her car would make a nice Christmas gift if they do carry them still.
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Where are they listed on their website? I took a peek and don't see them. My sister wants them on her car would make a nice Christmas gift if they do carry them still.


I looked too and didn't see them either.
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Sorry last time had looked not to long ago they were still available. Shame i was getting ready to order a set. No idea why they would discontinue a product that was already developed. Their website isn't always the easiest to navigate.
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Okay, I gotta do this. How about Frank, Nancy, and Betty!
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Fiero Warehouse http://www.ovis.net/~dmkfiero/

Click on fiberglass parts and then full panel side scoops. Similar scoops without the rockers.

Nolan

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Originally posted by johnyrottin:

Okay, I gotta do this. How about Frank, Nancy, and Betty!


Ya lost me.

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Originally posted by Sourmug:

Fiero Warehouse http://www.ovis.net/~dmkfiero/

Click on fiberglass parts and then full panel side scoops. Similar scoops without the rockers.

Nolan



Preciate it, Nolan. Tough to see them in that flat 2D position but looks like there is a bit of a similarity.
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