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and this mite be my next if I ever have the money the ultimit rebody for a Fiero
Know as the worlds sexiest car rear engine transverse mounted here is a pic

perfectly souted for the Fiero platform with a 5 inch front stretch

Ok, who do I have to kill to get you to build one for me?

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I will be starting the proto type some time next year and once it is done I will then decide if I will make it avalable as a kit so stay tuned

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I was just watching a Top Gear Lamborghini episode with the Miura. What an incredible automobile. V12, top speed 180, and in the 1960's!! Beautiful styling, although it could use more modern rubber.

I loved a couple of the interesting bits they mentioned about the car....

"The fuel tank is over the front wheels, so as you run low on petrol the front end goes light and you can't steer. Nice."
"...and every once in a while the carbureators will spit some petrol on the exhaust and the whole car will go up in flames."

Sounds like a great candidate for a Fiero rebody.

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There is a guy from the Lakeville, MN area that races one in vintage races.

Whoa - that's literally just up the road from me (I actually graduated from Lakeville HS)... Now I'm trying to recall if I've seen that car in any vintage races - I'll have to keep my eye out for it now!

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Hollidays are almost over and it will be time to get back to work on the rear suspension setup
I want toget it ready to install so I can make the upper mounting pioints for the upper control arms :l

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bubba get to work needed a reminder LOL

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i just got a reminder of this kit car, it looks like a familiar setup it has a c5vette suspension, space frame chassis, porsche transmision, and a GM V8 in the trunk! weighs around 2500 too! Well looks like this car of this car being built will be just as bad ass as this
http://factoryfive.com/table/ffrkits/GTM/GTMkit.html

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I have seen it and have the package on Factory % products they make great poducts

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I have seen it and have the package on Factory % products they make great poducts

their facility is 1/2 hour drive from me, my brother used to be in there shipping and receiving dept and I did some computer work for them...I tried to get them to do Fiero kits... Didn't work though

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you are crazy..... (bump)

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got my new gass cap cover today and will start molding a holder for it to mount it into the body

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Hey that's mine !!! J/K (I wish)

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I finished the mounting tub and now have to put in the screw mounts into it so I can mount it into the body


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looks like a toilet......=P

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That looks pretty slick. Almost aviation-ish. I can't tell, is the release cable operated or electric?

On a side note, on your corvette brake upgrade, are the rear caliper brackets '88 or '87, if one is using the '88 calipers. My thinking would be the '88's, but thought I'd check.

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I finished the mounting tub and now have to put in the screw mounts into it so I can mount it into the body


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Is that the cover of a CD spindle you used for a mold? Very clever! Keep up the good work, I have been enjoying this thread for a long time. I don't think you should ever finish the car 'cause then I wouldn't get to watch the updates.

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Is that the cover of a CD spindle you used for a mold? Very clever! Keep up the good work, I have been enjoying this thread for a long time. I don't think you should ever finish the car 'cause then I wouldn't get to watch the updates.

I was thinking Tupperware bowl
Nice job what is it off of?

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2 litre icecream tub worked great

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jstricker

if you are using 87 calipers use 87 brackets if using the 88 calipers use the 88 brackets the both work with the adapter on the rear

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audi tt gas cap solid aluminum no plastic

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Thanks Bobert, those are the last pieces I'm missing and that's what I figured, use the '88 brackets with the '88 calipers. The '88 brackets are still a good GM P/N, the '87 are discontinued.

Thanks again

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if you are using 87 calipers use 87 brackets if using the 88 calipers use the 88 brackets the both work with the adapter on the rear

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audi tt gas cap solid aluminum no plastic

I was talking about what he used as a mold.
Thanks for identifying the door, cant wait to see how it looks installed.

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2 litre icecream tub worked great as a mold

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Nice work. I see this project must be getting to yah. I notice the roll of Tums. Just send the car to CA, I'll take it from here.

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no just so cold its hard to get any work in Im hopping for some warmer weather so I can get some work done

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I just found this thread, kinda sad because I wasn't intent on the updates until now. But I will be watching this thread like a hawk. I just have a question or two concerning the dash. I am seriously debating whether or not I should put one of those in my car... I really want to but im not sure that I am as electrically gifted as most others. How much time did you spend wiring your car? and is it a project that could be taken on by a few semi-experienced people? I have a couple of friends who are better at wiring than me and they said they could lend a hand, this is why i ask. THX

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I just found this thread, kinda sad because I wasn't intent on the updates until now. But I will be watching this thread like a hawk. I just have a question or two concerning the dash. I am seriously debating whether or not I should put one of those in my car... I really want to but im not sure that I am as electrically gifted as most others. How much time did you spend wiring your car? and is it a project that could be taken on by a few semi-experienced people? I have a couple of friends who are better at wiring than me and they said they could lend a hand, this is why i ask. THX

If you're really interested in doing the dash swap, double-click on the link in my signiture and follow jscott1 and mrfixit58's build-up. If you fast forward to the last page, you'll see what jscott1 is doing to make the gauge cluster a plug-n-play task.

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the dash swap is more time consuming than hard if you take your time and use the infor on the other threads you will get though it unscaved

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HI Joe Bobby here I'm always looking for you on here because your always doing so much and it's really cool . Joe formatted my hard drive and lost your e-mail address so if you could send me a note. I'm doing fine just got new rear rubber on my car yesterday always love driveing it.

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got my remote for my acceseries today a 4 channel should be enough to rune the extras and get ride of extra switches

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wow suprised to see a colapsable antenna on a keychain remote. that think must have some descent range. Mine is a clarion and never works unless i am withing about 5 feet of the car. hows the weather out there. i know i speak for many here that i cant wait to see the project pick back up.

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finaly got some work done today replaced the rear bumper and molded in the TT shifter into the firebird consol looks good now if I can get pip working again I will post the pics

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Cool! More pics

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http://members.fortunecity.com/bubbajoexx2/id35.htm

here is a link to the newest work done still dont have pip workin

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Very very nice looking.... Looks stock!

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thanks for posting one of the pics the open area will be filled in with brushed aluminum and the power miror switch and the window switches

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got my old laptop working and am posting the pics from yesterday




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if nice today wil swap out the front bumper and install the shifter

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uh oh looks like the exaust tips might be a little crooked.

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