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Would make a nice belt buckle.
Now I am going to have to make one

Now hold on. 1977 is <----- that way

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LOL ok how about a badge, Fiero police.
Plus the big buckles are still going strong in the south.
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Plus the big buckles are still going strong in the south.

ya i live in Nebraska and kids that "think" they're cowboys still try to show them off... needless to say they stay in their own little group... lol

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Just thought i would ask.

With the increased length of the car, it almost seams to be begging for Fender flares for the back and possibly the front. i can imagine them on your car, but dont have the photoshop savy to mock it up. have you thought about flares and wider wheelsbase?

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with the rear suspension up grade i have planned i may just have to fair the rear .I am in the process of fabbing up a tube cradle for use with vette rear upper and lower control arms and uprights

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will post pics iof the components I will be installing for the rear suspension
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time to up the anti again as I have started to build the tube cradle for the vette suspension here are some start pics



asyou can see the attaching points for the a arms fully encircle the frame tubes for max strenght, not gut welded on as in this pic

you would have to sever a tube completely to brake one of my brackets of


these are the uprights that bolt to the lower controll arms this is a un equal length A arm setup short uppers long lowers


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This should be fun. You're not going to be able to call it a Fiero much longer .
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Very cool. I thought about something like that but quickly shoved it to the back of my mind with my plans for casting my own engine etc. Way to go for actually DOing all of this.

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will have to name it A Piece At A Time By Johnny Cash
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You're a mad man, Bubba. Please adopt me.
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What size is that tube? Wall thickness? Are you going to bend it? If so, how? This is turning out to be one heck of a project. Where in Canada are you at? I gotta come see this thing when it's done!! Very amazing work.

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WOW! That thing is a monster.
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1 3/4 by .125 wall the front tube will be curved at each end where it goes into the body mount and cross braced at the suspension points the rear will curve up to the frame then braced back to the center of the a arm attaching points with 1 1/4 inch .125 wall tubing

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1 3/4 by .125 wall the front tube will be curved at each end where it goes into the body mount and cross braced at the suspension points the rear will curve up to the frame then braced back to the center of the a arm attaching points with 1 1/4 inch .125 wall tubing

Toronto

What are you going to use to bend it? Some sort of tube bender? That's the size I want to use for my control arms, but I'm still debating on how to bend them. Also, where are you getting the tube from? Locally? Thanks.

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mrfixit58
will have to name it A Piece At A Time By Johnny Cash

LOL. I get it.

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the tubing I get from the Metal Super Market here in Toronto and I have control arm tubing and it is not regular tubing it is a special steel alloy
that will resist twisting and I have access to a pipe bender from the Guy,s at RIO automotive and welding here in TO but you can buy pipe benders cheep from Princes Auto in Canada 149 .00 dollars CD from there web site when on sale . I will post a pic of the steel for control arms tomorrow .
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here is a rough sketch of the new cradle when it will be done
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I can't believe I just discovered this thread!!!

What a work of art. Kit car, but custom. Still retains the Fiero poise. Beautiful work. Is that a C5 suspension or C6? The longer wheel base will really help at high speeds. I probably missed it, but how much HP is that motor putting out? (did I read that it was a N*?)

wow.

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C5 rear suspension and it is a N* with over 350 HP
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So is this going to be registered as a Fiero or a Kit car?
I wish you lived next door.
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it is still a fiero just improved
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started the install here are some pics


you did all that to an indy?!? i mean, i like it, dont get me wrong, but an indy!

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IIRC, it only has pace car interior.
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Bubba Joe, for those that missed the Johnny Cash connection, here are the lyrics.
http://www.cowboylyrics.com/lyrics/cash-johnny/one-piece-at-a-time-767.html
I can hardly wait to see this car finished.
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yes 100% indy but was so bad it was not worth it to simply restore the car and indys with that kind or rust damage are worth nothing when most of the original parts are missing this car was hacked up bad and I dont like scraping Fieros when I still have some hope for them Steve Rossi,s car was just as bad when I rebuilt his to put the 4.9 in it .Most Indy,s in the shape this one was in became parts cars but not this one.
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IIRC, it only has pace car interior.


No 100% Indy Saved from the srcap heep

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you did all that to an indy?!? i mean, i like it, dont get me wrong, but an indy!


Settle down it's not like an Indy is going to be worth anything anyway. If your lucky in another 20 years it might double it's original Retail sale value if you have one that's in perfect condition.


Back on topic, like the hidden LCD in the dash good idea.

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40,000 and still climbing , (will it hit 100,000 by the time it is completed) who knows
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Settle down it's not like an Indy is going to be worth anything anyway. If your lucky in another 20 years it might double it's original Retail sale value if you have one that's in perfect condition.


Back on topic, like the hidden LCD in the dash good idea.

The Indy Cars will always be worth good money as there is always a buyer who is willing to pay for a good car in excellent condition and there are quit a few out there I have seen one go for 19,000 US with 17 miles on it and the buyer did not even drive it home he had it trailered so as to keep the milage as close to what it is now and there is another one here in Canada with 6 miles on it and the owner has never driven the car but he also has 5 other pace car replicas from GM in the same condition as he buy,s them for there future value not to drive. The cars he purchased where never driven they came off the trailer right into the warehouse
as aranged with the dealer he ordered them from and have never been titled he only has the original bill of sale .They are still know as new cars untill titled .

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LOL ok how about a badge, Fiero police.
Plus the big buckles are still going strong in the south.

we have a little joke here
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40,000 and still climbing , (will it hit 100,000 by the time it is completed) who knows

who said it would ever finish

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its funny how even on page 24 you have pff regulars coming on this thread and saying how they just found it and cant believe it.i think it took me 8 pages to finally find the thread. its been great ever since.
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who said it would ever finish

True
a true custom never gets done as no matter how much is done there is always some more to be done to improve the car

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its funny how even on page 24 you have pff regulars coming on this thread and saying how they just found it and cant believe it.i think it took me 8 pages to finally find the thread. its been great ever since.


And I thank You for the kind words

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its funny how even on page 24 you have pff regulars coming on this thread and saying how they just found it and cant believe it.i think it took me 8 pages to finally find the thread. its been great ever since.

I never loose it its one of my favorites, page one every time.

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C5 rear suspension and it is a N* with over 350 HP


You are a pure artist.... Amazing work you can do.

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You are a pure artist.... Amazing work you can do.


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WOW nice
May I sugest you put a frame mount from the cradle to the space frame at or near the front A arm mount. The cradle is kind of long and seems like it would be a good idea to make it a structural member by adding a few more mounting points. The stock Fiero cradle mounting points are weak. But I am sure you fixed that.
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This is way kool But have you had it running yet ?? And what do you plan to do with the car Drag it ?? i dont think even with the corvett lower control arms, It wont handle its to long and has a fat Ass

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