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Here it is with the satin black roof... I knew I was forgetting something

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all my fiero's have the trademark satin black roof section and there is no way to fill the mouldings in and have it last as there is nothing on this earth that will hold well to poly panels
as the doors and front are made of I have seend 4 cars filled and all of them start cracking and pealing in a year or so the only way to get the fully smooth look is to make glass door skins bumpers and fenders the bond them all together. the best one I sen done took 4 weeks to be done and was full of cracks after the first speed bump he hit with the chin spoiler and that was done all with epoxy resin filler 4000 dollar paint job shot on one bump.

I use an evercoat flexible filler - worked like a charm on my last chin spoiler keeping it from getting damaged when it scraped the ground

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looks good but you need to paint the front roof section satin black as I do with all my Fiero's

Hmmmmm...


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Bubba,

The wide body looks great. Thanks for sharing the procedure. Can you explain what method you used to fasten the bumper so it fits flush with the wider body?

Great job,
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DoubleC4 - I think your rendering looks great... only one minor complaint/suggestion - you smoothed out the front hood a bit too much... it lacks the contours of the original (maybe just a couple of harder-edged shading changes to sharpen it up a bit ). But very nice work.

Bubba - excellent as always... very much looking forward to seeing it completed - It'll be spectacular!

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also it must be a slealth car having no headlights lol.

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Bubba,

The wide body looks great. Thanks for sharing the procedure. Can you explain what method you used to fasten the bumper so it fits flush with the wider body?

Great job,
Roy


what you do is cut the attaching stip for the front and rear panels from the doner clip and using loctite 20hp epoxy glue them back onto the flaired fender where the bumper
goes and the front panel attaches very easy to do just make sure the angle is right

there are no mods needed to the bumper just bolt it on to the reinstalled stips

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DoubleC4 - I think your rendering looks great... only one minor complaint/suggestion - you smoothed out the front hood a bit too much... it lacks the contours of the original (maybe just a couple of harder-edged shading changes to sharpen it up a bit ). But very nice work.

Bubba - excellent as always... very much looking forward to seeing it completed - It'll be spectacular!

Yeah the hood is missing the head light buckets and contours. It all has a cartoony sort of feel to it and I didn't want to clutter such a small area to work with. I may add a few lines, but maybe in a few days.... right now I'm awaiting my new computer.. finally won't have to run photoshop and render images with a 6 year old computer haha.

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Also, I would mold the lower rocker panel into all once piece. Either that or make an edge at the front of the door too the rear 'edge' looks out of place.

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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:
there is nothing on this earth that will hold well to poly panels as the doors and front are made of.

the doors are not the same material as the front.

 
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I have seend 4 cars filled and all of them start cracking and pealing in a year

must have been a shitty job.

I think you should do it... with all the amazing work thats gone into that car, shaving the moulding should be childs play for you. it would make that car look amazing.

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must have been a shitty job.

I think you should do it... with all the amazing work thats gone into that car, shaving the moulding should be childs play for you. it would make that car look amazing.

the front fenders and door panels are made of RIM renforced poly urathane and there is nothing that will bond to them permanently bring me any car that has anything boned to the doors or fender and I will show you how easy it is to crack them

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DoubleC4..I did a couple of "paintshop" changes to your excellent virtual photo. I would like to post them, but will ask if you mind first? And BubbaJoexxx too, of course!!
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Hear's a two tone version of doublec4s rendering. With a small red stripe at the bottom.

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Yeah I forgot to remind everyone that you can use my photoshops as you please. I'd love to see what other people come up with.

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Thanks!! This is just a paintshop effort...

I didnīt find the doorline too easy on my eye...
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the front fenders and door panels are made of RIM renforced poly urathane and there is nothing that will bond to them permanently bring me any car that has anything boned to the doors or fender and I will show you how easy it is to crack them

you have a PM.

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The only thing I'm abit against is the "cow-killer" front bumper..
I love the lines of a stock fiero (black milding)
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does the stock molding fit the new widened section?

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does the stock molding fit the new widened section?

yes it does if you have a stock body mine is 12 inches longer so I had to make longer side panel moldings . That was easy using a set of extra door moldings I got from Gusshotrod

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The only thing I'm abit against is the "cow-killer" front bumper..
I love the lines of a stock fiero (black milding)
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with the front dam I am desining the bumper will look wild

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I finished one side totaly today and will post the pics shortly

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here is whats done

here is a good shot of the size of the flair

I should have the moldings done tomorrow for a good side shot

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with the front dam I am desining the bumper will look wild


Excited...to see

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Man,

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What a cool car!

You put a LOT of effort into it, and it looks GREAT!

Can't wait to see the finished product!

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been rainin for a couple of days now but i managed to fab the first new rear inner fender .
With the new frame and suspension I have claerance for up to 14 inch wide tires and with the faired body I needed to widen the rear linners 2" and deapen them 4.5" to acomadate larger tires here are the pics





in this pic you can see where the edge is widened 2" and where the center was cut and a 4.5 inch strip added . This liner was cast from the original then modified to fit as needed

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ooops double post

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Here it is with the satin black roof... I knew I was forgetting something


Dont get me wrong.. I love what your doing in fact because of this... but is it me or does it have a Dodge Daytona thing going on?

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where are the headlights on that thing? ^

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CONGRATULATIONS FOR YOUR WORK BUBBA!!!
really really nice work!!!

 
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Hear's a two tone version of doublec4s rendering. With a small red stripe at the bottom.


looks like my fiero when I bought it!

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Dont get me wrong.. I love what your doing in fact because of this... but is it me or does it have a Dodge Daytona thing going on?

there is no daytona that ever looked like this car

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fitted the new inner fender and added the new front portion Glass as well . Also tok some pics showing how wide these are now when installed in the car .I will finish them with tuff stuf truck box coating to soften stone impacts on the liners



have a pic here showing how I cast the new liners

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where are the headlights on that thing? ^

Jeez guys, its only a photoshop

It's not supposed to be super-realistic down to every detail... just a general idea of the direction it's headed so far.

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where are the headlights on that thing? ^

It doesn't need them since it is faster thant the speed of light it outruns the headlights so they are rendered useless.


BTW, I like the design, it reminds me of an NSX or F40

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Jeez guys, its only a photoshop

It's not supposed to be super-realistic down to every detail... just a general idea of the direction it's headed so far.

dont let them get under your skin it is only a rendering of whats to come

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Bubbajoe what brand of coil-overs are those?

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Bubbajoe what brand of coil-overs are those?

ECLIPES coil over set mounted to the stock shocks

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Thanks, I'll have a preview for you in a day or so - I'll email the link.

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Thanks Todd

been finishing the drivers side wheel whell linner and the DVD popup and the new power window switches and DVD lift switch will post progress pics sunday as more is done

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Hey Bubba, When do you estimate the completion of you build up to the point of paint and running?

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