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Show your ride or Bikini ! No one posts for free :) by robert1234
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Took her out for a ride this weekend.....



Hey that decklid looks familiar.
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I swear I'm not copying you!! (ok - I DID order the lip spoiler after I saw it on your car. )

Now to complete my over the roof spoiler..........

And to be fair, you DID make a lot of my interior parts.

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We can`t help it.
The parts are there and they look really good.
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Took her out for a ride this weekend.....



The car looks great! The background looks a little neglected...

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not to many shows these days, a couple of local Pontiac shows, mainly just go out for early morning drives around the country roads, sticking carefully to the speed limits !!
 
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Hey what Fiero shows do you go to? I'd love to see this car in person.


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Took her out for a ride this weekend.....



Very nicely done👍
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Here is mine.. dusty and dirty from all the ash and smoke from the fire in GA.... Will get some TLC for a local event saturday.





And leave my lack of grass out of it

who has time for yard work with Fieros to work on

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Now that's what I'm talking about, nice pics everyone !
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The car looks great! The background looks a little neglected...

This is an old Ho Jo's that I drive by once in a while.......thought it would make a nice contrasting background

 
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Very nicely done👍

Thanks! - A lot of work went into it over the last 8 years - I'm just going to enjoy it this summer.
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Here is mine.. dusty and dirty from all the ash and smoke from the fire in GA.... Will get some TLC for a local event saturday.



VERY sharp!!
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Thanks! - A lot of work went into it over the last 8 years - I'm just going to enjoy it this summer.


Engine swap?
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Engine swap?


That's next winter/spring
Just going to enjoy cruising this season with everything BUT the engine swap done

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Nice.

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Unrelated:
I'm just waiting for someone to post a pic of a bikini.
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Nice car, I always had a thing for blue fieros. Have to ask.... is that Brutus the buckeye on the front of the house??? if so let me say OH...
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Thanks, and as for the mascot, I have no idea. Thats my parents neighbors house hahaha I was over visiting and liked the sunset so took the picture
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Any pics of those tail pipes behind the bumper?
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Thanks, it does look at like Brutus the Buckeye to me.


2.5.. Not sure what view you are looking for. The trunk is still there just the lower part has been deleted. There is a sheet of metal in the trunk so I still have some space to carry things. (yes even less than a stock Fiero) The only place you can really see the pipes is from under the car but the lower wing blocks Alot of that view. let me know what angles you want to see and I will see what I can do.

And for the record this set up make a great trunk heater. When I first got the car running the floor of the trunk would hit 195 F. Wrapped the pipes all the way back, second heat shield over the muffler, Third heat shield under the trunk and then some insulation in the trunk and now it just gets warm to the touch. The wife still will not put her suitcase in the trunk...something about a can of hair spray and cars that catch fire.. she worries to much...I think,
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Thanks, it does look at like Brutus the Buckeye to me.


2.5.. Not sure what view you are looking for. The trunk is still there just the lower part has been deleted. There is a sheet of metal in the trunk so I still have some space to carry things. (yes even less than a stock Fiero) The only place you can really see the pipes is from under the car but the lower wing blocks Alot of that view. let me know what angles you want to see and I will see what I can do.

And for the record this set up make a great trunk heater. When I first got the car running the floor of the trunk would hit 195 F. Wrapped the pipes all the way back, second heat shield over the muffler, Third heat shield under the trunk and then some insulation in the trunk and now it just gets warm to the touch. The wife still will not put her suitcase in the trunk...something about a can of hair spray and cars that catch fire.. she worries to much...I think,


If its too sealed up no big deal. Just curious what the rest of the exhaust looks like
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This is the best I can do for you. This is a shot of the back set of pipes after I wrapped them and added the second layer of heat shield to the muffler. The second set of pipes run underneath these. There is no balance crossover in this set up.

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Simpler than I was thinking, cool, thanks.
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How about both?



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Here is mine.. dusty and dirty from all the ash and smoke from the fire in GA.....






I thought that looked familiar! This is the view I had all the way through the mountains at Run for the Hills! Very cool car. Sounds great too. I liked all the details.
Only one problem. It's chopped so low, I almost tripped over it in the parking lot!
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How about both?



Careful. Don't get us in trouble with Google.
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How about both?




Chopped notchy with suicide doors? This is my first view of this car. I really like it.
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Chopped notchy with suicide doors? This is my first view of this car. I really like it.


Where??? I can't see it....and I've stared at the above photo for quite some time.
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Where??? I can't see it....and I've stared at the above photo for quite some time.


Will this help?



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Chopped notchy with suicide doors? This is my first view of this car. I really like it.


Yep. The LT1 Stinger. A V8 Archie creation back in 2001. My wife bought it for me as a Valentines Day present back in 2004.
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