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now it just needs a wrap around spoiler

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actually now it looks like the camaro glass woul dbe perfect for a none stretched notchy too..

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No it would't fit a non-stretched Fiero. This car is stretched 12" and the end of the hatch is only 4" from the back.

A spoiler is in the plans.

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If anyone in the Toronto/GTA area has or knows of an 82 - 90 Camaro of Firebird
I need a rear hatch section donor to help with remolding the rear of the car.

edit:I will even come and remove it myself.

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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

No it would't fit a non-stretched Fiero. This car is stretched 12" and the end of the hatch is only 4" from the back.

A spoiler is in the plans.

but how long is that flat non glass section? metal can be cut

can't wait to see this thing painted

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Looks *much* cooler with the glass than the wagon top. Fits surprisingly closely, too. If you put a little more time/thought into it, you could make the hinges and back end such that you could run with or without the glass, depending on the weather and your mood. Keep up the good work!

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Is the glass going to interfear with ventilation to the engine. i would put a dark tint on the glass and make people have to find out whats under the hood.

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no there is plenty of areas for air to infiltrate the compartment

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the metal overlaps the glass 4inches so you would have a rear deck 1 inch long and no way to latch it shut
on a stock Fiero

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Kohburn

the metal overlaps the glass 4inches so you would have a rear deck 1 inch long and no way to latch it shut
on a stock Fiero

well it was a thought anyways.. keep up the good work

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I'm REALLY happy to see you're going through with this design! Will you be putting on the wrap around spoiler?

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you bet thanks to you you got my brain in overdrive again and the work is progressing
Thanks Again

there is alot of reworking of the fiberglass but I think the finished product will be worth it

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I will try to get a good side view pic for you to do up with your photo shiop skills
but no red please I am going tangerine on the car for colour
and the roof will have my trade mark satin black treatment as in this pic

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Awesome, so do you want me to change the colour in the picture you just posted, or do you want me to wait for a full side shot?

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will post a good side view tomorrow afternoon the ones here now are not the best to much sun in the shots

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Looks AWESOME bubbajoe!!!


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now thats the look I was lookin for thanks

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It looks awsom. I was also noticing it resembles the 2003 acura nsx in the back. Sorry I dont know how to post a pic

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well I have started to shape the roof pillers to fit the glass and have step by step pics to go along with it here you go

starting with sheet metal I formed molds to make the fiberglass fillers


test fit the peices to make sure they fit well

then covered them with a light glue then with plastic wrap so the fiberglass wont stick

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Hi all,

With the drivetrain all done, have you done any driving cuz I am curious as to how she handles opposed to a non stretch fiero....

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then removed the filler peices from the molds for trimming

now that i have them it is time to glass them in using a bonding agent then glassing them in solid



this is what the glass work looks like befor finishing

now retry the glass window to see how well it fits

screws will be removed in 24 hours so every thing cures up good and solid

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once the hinge plate is weled to the roof and both b pillers are finished the center will be resized and glassed back in

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where i live if you take the car on the road unfinished as it is you will be in the impound yard as the cops will have it towed and a tone of tickes to go with it
Im not in a rush I can wait a little longer and take it out with all the body mods done and in primer then no one will bother me

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here is a pic with the measurements of the glass on it

length of the glass without the deck is 44 inches

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well here we go Nstar under glass here are some pics


as you can see the camero glas is the right sze for the rear

I'm lovin' it

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lotsa work but I think the finished glass rear will set off the looks of the stretch

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Bubba I have to make a trip to Canada to check out some of your projects simply breathtaking.

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Master Tuner Akimoto

come on up to Canada you will enjoy yourself Here in TO Canada's largest city and Ontario's capital city

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WOW!!! That's going to look fantastic. But, please tell, how did you make the metal molds? From scratch?

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Your creativity amazes me. Let's see. You stretched a notchback, installed a longitudal Northstar, mated it to a Porsche transaxle, and now modding the rear clip to fit a Camaro rear hatch!

OUTSTANDING work!

I can hardly wait to see the finished, painted product!

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one I had the shape draw out I used a sheat metal hammer and an anvil to pound out the metal to shape
lots of pounding and refitting till perfect . I'm a tin bandger by trade {sheat metal man} and many years of experiance
Just one of my trades

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I thought the wagon was just chezy enough to be cool. but awsome work bubba. I cant wait to hear how she runs.

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any one who want the tin molds for the bpillers can have them first responce gets them or I am thowing them out just pay the shipping about 8 bucks

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you want to here it run use this link and go to the bottom of the page and click the sound clip
http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/id219.htm

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Hey Bubbajoe

I have an 84 Camaro berlinetta, a good a parts car runs mint u still interested in the rear clip?

perhaps we can arrange a trade some how? my name is marcello in the GTA as well, give me a call if ur still interested

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What is your wheel base now..?? You know why I am asking...lol Because I need to know thing's like this for my secret journal I am not supposed to tell anyone about. So, I just need to knoe!

Dude, It is AWESOME!

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It looks awsom. I was also noticing it resembles the 2003 acura nsx in the back. Sorry I dont know how to post a pic

I posted a hyperlink a couple pages back of one. I guess everyone missed it.

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Awesome work for sure.
Now that youve got the glass on, how will you get air to the filters? won't they be just sucking in engine bay air this way?

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where i live if you take the car on the road unfinished as it is you will be in the impound yard as the cops will have it towed and a tone of tickes to go with it

I'm glad I didn't know this as I was cruising around the GTA in a multi-colored Half-finished Chop top.

This car of yours is going to be awesome when completed. I would love to see the look on someone's face when they pull up behind you and see that huge Northstar sitting under glass where your back seat would normally be.

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can you draw in a small scoop on the bpiller as I plan on putting scoop there to feed cold air into the engine compartment

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