I have a spare front bumper, but it is a "non GT Aero" type found on some of the SE models. I was wondering if anyone has tried to convert it to the GT style with the rounded molding? Could the square style (which is molded into and part of the side profile) be sanded down/trimmed enough to have clearance for the rounded molding to go over top?
Well, I actually don't "need" one right now, but I wanted to have some spare parts. I have three "good" Fieros right now (I need to drop that number, can't keep them all, I think soon the '88 is going up for sale). A year ago I hit a deer with my gold Fiero. I was able to repair the front bumper, but it got me to thinking I would like to have some parts stored away. I just purchased a parts car last weekend, and it came with an extra hood and this aero nose, but as you can see, it's not for a GT.
LOL, yeah I know what you mean. I have a buddy who has a cabin up near Calumet, MI. We've taken the families up there for a week in the summer. Man it's a long haul, around 9 hours from where I live. I really love the UP, very beautiful, and very interesting (lots of history with the cooper mining...).
Thanks Fieroguru for the pics, I really appreciate it, and clearly this modification can be done successfully! I was looking at mine last night and thinking I'd need to "replace" the cut away area with something (was thinking of using that bumper repair stuff I've used in the past on flexible bumpers) due to it needing the support. However, looks like that isn't even necessary. Thanks again for posting those pics and reassuring me that this nose can "also" be used on a GT.
[This message has been edited by a_bartle (edited 07-30-2014).]