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3400 Build Continued from scott0999 by Marcopolo
Started on: 04-13-2016 10:57 PM
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Last post by: Marcopolo on 04-14-2016 02:07 PM
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Well, many of you know scott0999, i bought his Fiero from him midway through a 3400 swap. When I introduced myself to the group, I left that out because I didn't know he posted on here.

But, just so you guys know I am finishing the car I'll probably start my progress pictures on this thread.







This is my new (to me) Fiero sitting in my (parents) garage! November 27, 2015 7:31pm


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I'll post some of the things I've done. It's nowhere near scott's legendary build, but I'm doing my absolute best to honor the work he put into the car.



These pictures are crap because I took them on my iPod touch but the later ones are much better. Added red 10.5mm spark plug wires and red wire conduit to cover the loose wiring.



Time to fix that loose tilt mechanism



Found a new wheel while I had it all apart, and I went for it!



This was my beginning journey, plenty more pictures to post!

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My pictures are quite large, so ill size them down lol.





Completely redid radio wiring and cleaned up the excess wiring for a flip screen kenwood head unit. New shift handle (OEM)



Full LED dash and aux gauges











So I reworked the fuel system a little bit. Ran the fuel lines, wire wheeled and coated the tank with rubberized undercoat and fixed the connector for the fuel pump and sender.

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Finished the cooling system, by adding hoses for the heater core and a T fitting coming off the thermostat housing for the temp sensor and a heater hose outlet

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