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Anybody built a Lizardo ? by diabloroadster
Started on: 07-15-2012 09:25 PM
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I finished my Diablo replica 1 year ago and want to start another project. I have done a couple classic car/truck frame off builds in the past couple years and just dont want to do another one. I want to do something different but not another super big project like a replica or a frame off classic. The Lizardo looks kinda interesting to me, really affordable when compaired to some replicas and classic restorations.

I have only seen pics of the yellow one and silver one on Fiero Fiberglass website, are there any other pics of completed ones?
So has any one built one of these Lizardo's? How do you like it? Anything really good or bad about it?

Thanks!
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Someone was starting a build here. I think that he bought the ridiculous project time for completion that the seller was claiming. The only easy kit I've ever seen was a Meyers Manx splash that I did. I just unbolted the body,shortened the frame and bolted the kit on.
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Have you considered the Jalepeno kit?
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Just a few cell phone pics I snagged while up at the shop yesterday. Putting on the finishing touches.
















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Originally posted by dratts:

Someone was starting a build here. I think that he bought the ridiculous project time for completion that the seller was claiming. The only easy kit I've ever seen was a Meyers Manx splash that I did. I just unbolted the body,shortened the frame and bolted the kit on.


Who are you to be commenting on how difficult or how much time it takes to build one? You don't know squat about this kit.
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That last generation Toyota Celica dash really freshens up the very
Outdated square dash.It looks awesome.
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