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Hands down the best custom Fiero I have ever seen!! Awesome work!! Have you driven it much yet?

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Look'n good! I am impressed. Are you able to bring your car to London on Aug 12th? It would make a nice show piece even if it is not yet perfect.

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I have to admit after studying the pics a bit more is that one of the things I like about it is the nose-up attitude of the front end. It's kind of reminicent of the 60's gassers. I bet you don't plan to leave it that way, but you could always change it later! Plus it would save your sweet front end. Not sure how it would look in person, but it sure makes for some sweet photographs that way! I might have a similar rake on my Countach, but not that severe if I do.

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I want one

My vote is to keep it white.

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Looks great!!! Been a favorite of mine since the first or second page...

You probably have a colour picked out already, but my vote is for a nice deep metallic blue.

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Look'n good! I am impressed. Are you able to bring your car to London on Aug 12th? It would make a nice show piece even if it is not yet perfect.

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I am in the process of improving the fuel system and waiting for parts from ebay to get here

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I have to admit after studying the pics a bit more is that one of the things I like about it is the nose-up attitude of the front end. It's kind of reminicent of the 60's gassers. I bet you don't plan to leave it that way, but you could always change it later! Plus it would save your sweet front end. Not sure how it would look in person, but it sure makes for some sweet photographs that way! I might have a similar rake on my Countach, but not that severe if I do.


front suspension will be lowered 1 inch once the body is complete as for the nose it is exactly as you see it in the fotos no camera trick here

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Looks great!!! Been a favorite of mine since the first or second page...

You probably have a colour picked out already, but my vote is for a nice deep metallic blue.

Brad




the color that I am looking for is on this car tangerine pearl

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well I made the mould and am waiting for it to totaly harden before I start cutting it up to form the rear bumper ext.here are the progress pics so far


this is the shell I started with



a generous coat of gell coat




then a good layer of glass and resin over the whole surface

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once the shell is filled with glass and resin alow it to firm up then pull out the plug






because fiberglass`wont stick to plastic it pull out of the bumper shell easy

as you see here in the pics

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Bubba you have a pm.

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Bubba you have a pm.


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So I guess entering a Fiero show in the 'Stock' class is right out... huh?

<----- (ducks and runs away, giggling)

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well here is todays progress


this is a true bolt on part will have more done tomorrow choising exactly where to cut the shell is a pain





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Very nice.

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rain ,rain ,and more rain its holding up progress on finishing the rear hope it better weather tomorrow

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Ill trade you weather bubba. We havent had rain in 2 weeks. It hit 111 degrees today.

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Am I the only one who prefers the clean look of this beautiful car without the additional Mini sidemarker lights?





Maybe it's just me, but I think those lights look out of place on this sleek machine.

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Maybe it's just me, but I think those lights look out of place on this sleek machine.

agreed. two side markers on each side is too much.

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agreed. two side markers on each side is too much.


they are not side markers they are side signals and only work with the turn signals the orange lenses will be replaced with flat clear lenses

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they are not side markers they are side signals...



There's a difference?

Whatever those lights are called, it just seems redundant and too "busy" with them installed IMHO.

Bubba, I feel that being critical of anything you've done with this beautiful car is similar to someone criticizing the way Leonardo Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisaís smile. Having said that however, I offer my one small critique (for what it's worth) along with the greatest respect for your work.

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There's a difference?

Whatever those lights are called, it just seems redundant and too "busy" with them installed IMHO.

Bubba, I feel that being critical of anything you've done with this beautiful car is similar to someone criticizing the way Leonardo Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisaís smile. Having said that however, I offer my one small critique (for what it's worth) along with the greatest respect for your work.


your opinion is welcome and I enjoy hereing from everone didnot mean to offend you if I did I apoligise

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here is todays progress

first off I tapped the area That I wanted to make a mold of


then covered the tapped area with a layer of fiberglass makin sure not to go outside ot the tape

when semi hard removed the glass form

this is now the piece that will be used to bolt to the car

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this pice is then repositioned on the car and bolted in pace

with tape removed no marks on the original surface




now I fiberglassed the premade section to the bolt on mold

more tomorrow

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...did not mean to offend you if I did I apoligise



Heaven's no, I wasn't offended. I just wanted it to be clear I didn't wish to offend YOU !

This car is fantastic. Thanks so much for continuing to chronicle your progress here.

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Heaven's no, I wasn't offended. I just wanted it to be clear I didn't wish to offend YOU !

This car is fantastic. Thanks so much for continuing to chronicle your progress here.


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the area in black will be cut out and filled with aluminum mesh

dont let the pic fool you the center is not bonded together yet so it looks crooked
they will also be stands on either side of the plate opening

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Damned, that's cool. Thumbs up man...

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just need the little jet engine like on the bat mobile and its done. Just kidding. looks great thus far.

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Damn this car looks good, keeps getting better and better. Keep up the great work!

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Bubbajoexxx! You are the man!! This is one sweet conversion. Even though I only have a fiero chassis I sure like what you have done! Keep up the good work and boy do I wish you lived near me in cali. LOL LOL LOL

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thanks guy,s

I am hoping to have the rear done in the next couple days and start on the new exhaust tips and finish the rear hatch .Then I will start the extras I have planed for the spoiler then final prep and off to the paint shop

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I'm here Bubba.. some pretty amazing stuff you got going on there..

Thanks for the email on mine.. But you have really LOST me when it comes down to it..
and given me some good ideas for the future when there is time..

PS: LOVE your muffler idea.. Especially with mine not having the trunk anymore..

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wow i havent seen this threaqd in quite some time looks good, keep it up.

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here is todays progress


started tp fill in the spaces in the 2 spoiler sections and renenforce the base shell



the corners are 3 layers thick and the center 4 layers thick




then I got P*ss on rain and thunder storm right after the last layer was laid up

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This is perhaps one of the best add-ons on a Fiero I've seen so far.



I'm guessing you'll need to beef-up the rear wing. IMO it's being over shadowed by the diffuser. IMO I'd leave the corners but remove the middle and a whail-tail section in it's place or just beef it higher and fill-in the gaps.

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This is perhaps one of the best add-ons on a Fiero I've seen so far.



I'm guessing you'll need to beef-up the rear wing. IMO it's being over shadowed by the diffuser. IMO I'd leave the corners but remove the middle and a whail-tail section in it's place or just beef it higher and fill-in the gaps.



the work I have seen so far on your cars is lookin real good

the rear wing on my car is getting some special treatment I plan on cuting the top out and setting 2 lift motors into it so that at speed the top will lift up to increse down force . It will raise the rear lip 3 inches into the air flow over it and add a wicker bill on the back edge

also the diffuser will extend under the car and attach to the lower section of the vette suspension frame to form a hot air duct out from the engine compartment

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the work I have seen so far on your cars is lookin real good

the rear wing on my car is getting some special treatment I plan on cuting the top out and setting 2 lift motors into it so that at speed the top will lift up to increse down force . It will raise the rear lip 3 inches into the air flow over it and add a wicker bill on the back edge



Thanks for the compliment. As for your newest idea of using the electric motor to raise the wing....that sound even better.

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Looking great Bubba!!

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todays update

made the support rib and attaching point for the mesh and for attaching the barge board for the underside of the car that attaches to the rear diffuser



thanks to bobert he saved me some money with the use of an old hood skin to form the board



this will be trimmed flush to the spoiler and cut to match the wheel wells and attach to the rear suspesion mount to funelhot air out of the engine compartment and pull air out from under the car

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