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Hey Joe! Great work! Do you have the cad drawings for the rears yet? I'd like to send this to the local machine shop asap

Thanks alot Joe!

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(added) The first page that I own and it is used for a "Me Too" quote. Ah well i still own the page.

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Bubbajoe?? You alive? We're dying for some updates.

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Looks like a ride for the girl on 6 feet under. I like custom cars too, but the body-hauler look just escapes me. So, the idea here is, to take sleak looking (kinda sleak anyway) sports car and turn it into a body-hauler, and the point is? Oh wait, I think I get it, you want it to look like the meanest, fastest hearse ever!

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How about this. A mass produced MR-Bucket Wagoon.


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wife had an accedent with her car so been fixin up another for her to drive will get back to the car tuesday

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hi bubba im jay in toronto. i tow for caa and abrams. i have an 88 fiero. i have a set of 86 vette rear calipers and rotors. i have a set of 90 l1e iroc front calipers. what year vette rotors do i use for my 88? same rotors front and back? do i use the same cutom bracket as the 87 fiero? dont care about the emergency brake. do you live in toronto? do you have i guy i can go to to make the brackets and centric rings? my number is 905 838 5072. you can check out my car stuff at my websight.

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bump im doing this on the weekend

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jaygt

Ya live here in TO come by and see the stretch call me at 647 899 4690 and I will give you the address and you use 88 rotors the part numbers are on the peviouse page for the front and rear rotors

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will post pics of the finished engine compartment tonight all done in dimond plate and will drop the engine in monday

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here are some pics of the engine compartment finished in diamond plate


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Hey Bubba that looks awesome! Nice work.

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That looks so good. I wish you where gonna make a stretched fast back though!

You have talent.

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I have always thought of doing things different.What has always stopped me is other people telling me it was impossable or dumb or impractable or ugly.I have ALWAYS let that stop me.
After reading every one of these posts on this project, I realize what a complete waste of a life its been NOT doing things my way. Such a pity.
Thanks for the awakening.
Great Project!

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Hi,

KILLER WORK!! I just love these build up threads, always chalked full of great material....You must tell us all how she drives with stretch when completed...

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Bubba,
This project is coming along very nicely. I'd give you another + if I could. Got a few more questions on the brakes. The front rotors for an 88 Corvette are a "Hat" style rotor (no wheel bearings in the rotor) correct? For them to fit, you have to cut the disc area off the old Fiero rotors. Do you have a picture of these cut? Also do you or anyone else know of a good place to get the caliper brackets, or have a GM part # for them?

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Kris

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hey Bubbajoe, anychance you could post the CADD drawings for the rear brackets?
I kinda like your idea of two calipers, replaceing the E-break set up with a caliper seems like a better way to go, I hate the GM style that fails so easily on the Fiero.

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We need to find someone on the forum who is willing to make these brackets (front and rear) for us. I have some of the parts to preform the swap but hae no way to get the brackets and such made.

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Are you going to add weight to the front. I was thinking with the rads, engine, trans, ect.... that it might make it difficult for stearing. also it will also turn a lot wider than original. love the idea though.

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Originally posted by Fierofreak00:

We need to find someone on the forum who is willing to make these brackets (front and rear) for us. I have some of the parts to preform the swap but hae no way to get the brackets and such made.

Well, if it's OK with Bubba, I'm sure my brother would be more than happy to make them. He has a full machine shop and all the skills. I don't want to step on Bubba's toes though. I'll have to price the steel, and find out what he would charge. If anyone is interested, LMK. (Not trying to hijack your thread)

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SWEEEET!

Can't wait to hear it's running.

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Shop_rat, if bubbajoe is ok with it, I'm definitely up for a set. Front and rear brackets, and the ring for the front brakes. I'm going to start looking around for new disks and calipers, so that'll be all I need. Unless someone wants to do the leg work to get everything sourced to sell the whole kit.

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Here you go guy's the latest update hope you like it






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OMG.... beautiful! Did I miss something? I thought this was gonna have a distributer setup.

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picked up a hpv1 for cheep 100 bucks so why not use it

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Looks good to me!

IMO with a set-up like that, its a shame it's going to be covered by top or roof. Something like that needs to be shown!

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picked up a hpv1 for cheep 100 bucks so why not use it


WOW! It looks even better in car. But, excuse my ignorance but, what is a "hpi1"? Have you fired the motor, yet?

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HPV1 is a stand alone ignition system using a crank trigger and 4 dual coils and its own micro processor

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Simply Awesome, Bubba!! I'd love to see it in person.

Shoprat, I would also be interested if there's no problem.

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Beautiful! I agree with madcurl here though, that is a work of art, it deserves to be shown, not covered up.
You hope we like it? Youre kidding, right? We love it!

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So do we get to see it first hand in Calgary Aug 1st? Hope so, i can't wait till it's done.

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OMG!! I want one! That looks awesome!

How soon until you fire it up?

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OMG! You keep surprising us! You've got some magic hands

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Btw: how are you feeding fresh air to the carburators?

- I can almost imagine an transparant (see through!) plexiglass airduct from a roof scoop sloping down to the carburators... - oh well anything can happen I guess keep up the good work!

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In the words of 'Karl' fom Adult Swim - "That looks friggin awesome!"

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Hi all,

TOTALLY agrees with spyhunter........On another note, bout how much wieght does that plating add do you think????


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its runnin fired her up today if I get my laptop workin I will post a sound clip its sounds nasty

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pavo_roddy
about 4 lbs its aluminum 16 gauge diamond plate

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hey bubba<------forest gump call!!!!

Sorry i just couldn't resist....lol.......is that per plate, those 4lbs?

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no for all

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