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I kinda like it. Its different. Sorta looks like an old sedan delivery. Nice thing is you can actually take stuff with you to car shows

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Are those bat taillights for real? If so, how was it done?

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How will it look if you moved the wheel wells back instead of streching the frame; do I make any sense.

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Are those bat taillights for real? If so, how was it done?

That was BATMAN's light's.. Do a search for "BATMAN".

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here are some more

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Nice reworking of the body! Lines are kept very clean.

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thank you this is the hardest part to make the upper section will be made from 2 more rear sections and glass fill

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as you can see the chassie is well reinforced and the new space will hold the new rads one on each side

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Smoooooth GT:That was BATMAN's light's.. Do a search for "BATMAN".
You got me on that one. Search for Batman what a waste of time.

Anyone know how the taillights were made into bat shapes?

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Smoooooth GT:That was BATMAN's light's.. Do a search for "BATMAN".
You got me on that one. Search for Batman what a waste of time.

Anyone know how the taillights were made into bat shapes?


I think smooth ment do search for BatBoy , theats the forum members pff name

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Smoooooth GT:That was BATMAN's light's.. Do a search for "BATMAN".
You got me on that one. Search for Batman what a waste of time.

Anyone know how the taillights were made into bat shapes?

The search should have been for "Batboy" or "batmobile. Batboy is a forum member that did that mod to his lights. This is one link to see it, but there are more out there. http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Archives/Archive-000002/HTML/20010924-1-006878.html

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I thought the guy was joking! Untill I saw the pics!

You will need some far out bodykit dude!

Smoooth: You might want to do the "fell out of a tree and got the idea" trick one more time. The guy deserves it

edit: Oeps, missed the second page...

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After seeing the green stretch Fiero on your web site, I wondered how you did it...
Thanks for the "in process" pics, now I know...
Excellent stuff, don't let the ankle-biters get ya down!
Good to see you on the Forum again.

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started mock up of the side pannels that will be replaced with scoops once the lower rocker extentions are complete

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I meant Batboy.. Who put Batman... Been smokin' to much I guess!

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I'll give Bubba Joe and A+ for creativity but I doubt if the idea of a Fiero station wagon will ever catch on. Adding weight is bound to slow you down and cost you a few tenths in the 1/4 mile. That could cost you a critical win. However, as the saying goes " one mans food is another mans poison".

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Lots of hard work but looking good. Keep the posts coming. I didn't thing that your were serious at first.

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Wow! This guy is definitely very ingenious! What about a Fiero pickup? This pic kind of looks like the Aus GM Holden, doesn't it?

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I thank you but I dont think 25 lbs of fiberglass will hurt that much the weight of the car has not increased much as there was as much cut out as put back in the new trans is lighter the engine is 30 lbs heavier and the relocated rads will weigh almost the same as the original the under car cooling tube will be removed and the front filled for a trunk

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Hey bubbajoexx, what are you using for the trunk section? are you going to add a cut trunk section deck from another Fiero and glass/weld it between the (2) parts? Was the rear clip hard to take off? If so, do you have any additional pics?

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This project is a variation of a great theme, that being the Fiero. Maybe not for all Fiero fans but BubbaJoe is an innovative thinker and a mechanical genius. He doesn't follow, he leads and challenges conventional thinking.

Awesome work Joe!

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will use 2 decks and section them together and will post pics as to how it is done will also be raising the rear quarters to make the sedan delivery look

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Hey thanks bubbajoexxx, I'm looking forward to your pics. I too wanted to extend part of the trunk deck lid and rear side panels, but not as extensive as yours. There are a lot of wrecked Fieros in Bakersfield junk yard, so the parts are no problem....getting the (2)trunk decks molded togethere is the biggest question for me?

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Have you guys seen the 1970's movie, "Harold and Maude"? Rich kid is obsessed with death and converts his E-type Jag (I think) into a hearse. It looks cool. This one also reminds me of the old Volvo P1800 and the BMW Z3. Great idea.

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Wow, I thought you were joking. Let us all pray for that poor, poor fiero.

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these are the heart of the swap DELLortos=one carb per cylinder

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by the way this is the engine

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Hey bubbajoexxx, those Dell-lortos carbs, are those the ones that are going onto the Northstar? What gains are there compared to the normal fuel injection?

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at first i thought u were joking!


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That looks like alot of work Joe, should have rebuilt te frame and stuck a superduty in that Indy!

Yes, it is an Indy

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So, you don't need to vent the engine compartment with grills or scoops or something? And talk about blind spots!

I just don't know. Oh well, as long as you're having fun.

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as of yet there are no hacks for the engine as it is an 01 so this was the next best

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there are no inner panels to stop air flow and there are side scoops being made and a roof vent for air flow and there will be side windows and a rear window as well working on the upper body now hope to have it done by next week

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rear is now framed and glassed and rear of roof attached now have to fill in the roof and part of the sides so windows can be installed

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Wow. I'm speachless. Where in canada are you? I would realy like to see this think in person. Cool I can speak. Very nice work.

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While the "wagon" concept is certainly unique, I'm really pumped about the carb'ed N*. What are you using to run the ignition?

way cool, Joe!

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im going to try the coil pack if I can get it to work if not have found a way to install a dist the timming cover

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GREAT idea! Hey can someone photoshop a fastback delivery wagon? Keep the pics coming!

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rear is now framed and glassed and rear of roof attached now have to fill in the roof and part of the sides so windows can be installed

I guess Cananda is too fer' for me to come up and lend a hand... IT IS GOING TO BE AWESOME!!

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