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cut out the rear bumper where it needed material removed and installed the diffuser filler panel now I have to mould the inner fenders into the filler panel to make the opening a true vent for removing hot air from the engine bay


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HEY BUBBAJOE You are the LUCKY WINNER of a working vacation to SUNNY NORTHERN CALIFORNIA!!!!!! YAHOOO!!!!
LOL, LOL, LOL Man I could have all my glass stuff done in a week if I had your talent!!


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Amazing is all I can say.
I sort of wish I never seen this till it was done.
now you got me hooked.

I have the space, tools, car, ect to do it.
I even have a little talent???
I have zero time "shame"
I even have a few bucks lol.

I am so proud of your work and what you have done.
Thank you for sharing this with us.

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To tell the truth I was realy digging the van.
but as it developed it became better and better.

Question will the air cleaners clear the glass.
And if you plan to ever take to a 1/4 mile track?
I wonder if they will alow the motor exposed to rear glass
I know of a olds that was rear engine with a 1/2 thick plexi fire wall the would not let run.
Just a thought. Perhaps a shield for back glass that can be raised lowered for safty.

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To tell the truth I was realy digging the van.
but as it developed it became better and better.

Question will the air cleaners clear the glass.
And if you plan to ever take to a 1/4 mile track?
I wonder if they will alow the motor exposed to rear glass
I know of a olds that was rear engine with a 1/2 thick plexi fire wall the would not let run.
Just a thought. Perhaps a shield for back glass that can be raised lowered for safty.


the new intakes solve the clearance issue as they are 3 1/2 inches instead of 7inches

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Amazing is all I can say.
I sort of wish I never seen this till it was done.
now you got me hooked.

I have the space, tools, car, ect to do it.
I even have a little talent???
I have zero time "shame"
I even have a few bucks lol.


I am so proud of your work and what you have done.
Thank you for sharing this with us.


with time and some patience any thing is possible you must make your own time
you just need the drive to make any project happen

PS thank you very much for your comment

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what are you using for body filler?

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Just saw this post for the first time tonight, and am just totally amazed at the skill and knowledge put into this car.

Bubba, my vote is to go with the louvers. The car was made in the 80's, and I would go with the 80's look of the louvers. Some say the louvers hide the engine.... like its a bad thing. I think it's a good thing, let people guess what you have under there, and then pop up that hood and let them say WOW!
I would also have you thought about some type of a hood cowl to the front hood, so the front doesn't look so much smaller than the back?

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no louvers ..IMO it will make it look out of proportion ..the lines are clean as is ..pull some molds !!

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what are you using for body filler?


Eagle feather lite out of one gallon I bought I have use only 1 quart on the car as I fill the glass work with shredded glass so little filler is needed

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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



Is it just me, or is that a 1996-2000 Dodge Caravan rear bumper? Please say it ain't so bubba! I'm sure if you read somewhere in the fineprint of this forum, it stipulates no mopar content asides from, perhaps, the new dodge hemi's


...Mmmm Hemi Fiero

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Is it just me, or is that a 1996-2000 Dodge Caravan rear bumper? Please say it ain't so bubba! I'm sure if you read somewhere in the fineprint of this forum, it stipulates no mopar content asides from, perhaps, the new dodge hemi's


...Mmmm Hemi Fiero



did you figure out what the front spoilers is made from

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and the last ones





and here is the base I started with




That sir is the upper part of the 1996-2000 Chrylser VOYAGER front bumper cover. (Not caravan, because caravan's came with integral grilles - the voyagers did not). Looks like someone had some good pickin's at a junked out mopar - probably scrapped with a bad tranny...Hmmm Northstar Fiero with a 3SPD Caravan Tranny!!!!

...Ill stop now.

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close town and country 97

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close town and country 97

I was gonna say that! but those are rare covers. Either way bubba...

shoot me an e-mail
parts@torontobodyparts.com

give me all of your contact information so i can contact you - i want to come down and give you a hand sometime...

Keep up the good work!

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I was gonna say that! but those are rare covers. Either way bubba...

shoot me an e-mail
parts@torontobodyparts.com

give me all of your contact information so i can contact you - i want to come down and give you a hand sometime...

Keep up the good work!


email sent

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This thread rocks
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I have been TOTALLY fascinated by this thread, and only have one question..will you be allowed to drive it on public roads? Will you have to have a special test done on it for getting 'tags'? Couldn't even change my flipping wheels here in Spain, without having to pay 1200 euros!! (about $1850:eek :....) Needless to say I didn't..just put them on my UK nregistered Fiero!!
Thanks for sharing your exceptional talent, skills and ability..it takes a lot of time to take so many pics, and posting them here....apart from all the work!! Wonderful stuff, Sir!!
Nick

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BubbaJoe needs to have his car on the cover of Car Craft or better yet Forza when its done

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BubbaJoe needs to have his car on the cover of Car Craft or better yet Forza when its done


No kidding.

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well lotsa pics today got a good days work done on the rear

fenderwell extentions done to hold the bardge board scoop in the board to help create the vaccumn needed to pull hot air out of the engine compartment and fully bolted on




here you can see the extention on the fenderwells


you can now see the final mshape of the bumper

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the area where the plate goes and the space on either side will be filled with mesh and the plate will go into the stock location
and the exhaust tips on either side of the plate



the new opening in the rear can be seen from the inside of the engine bay

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for you foto shoppers I have a big piec of the original mold left lets us see what you can do with it in these 2 pics



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I have been TOTALLY fascinated by this thread, and only have one question..will you be allowed to drive it on public roads? Will you have to have a special test done on it for getting 'tags'? Couldn't even change my flipping wheels here in Spain, without having to pay 1200 euros!! (about $1850:eek :....) Needless to say I didn't..just put them on my UK nregistered Fiero!!
Thanks for sharing your exceptional talent, skills and ability..it takes a lot of time to take so many pics, and posting them here....apart from all the work!! Wonderful stuff, Sir!!
Nick



as long as i use the original title nothing special to put on the road other than the saftey cert.

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tomorrow I will be out getting supplies so I can finish the glass work so I can start the final body work and off to paint

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yep your right bub time and drive
I got no time and work my ass off so little drive
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yep your right bub time and drive
I got no time and work my ass off so little drive
I am proud of you


You will have to make time . Working yourself to death is not the way to live I know from experiance worked hard for 25
years and what did I get for it ruptured disk and pinched nerve in my neck ruptured disks in my lower back both rotator cups in my shoulders gone and now that I am all cripled up I have all the time for what I want and all the pain to go with it but without my car to work on I would be lost

Always try to relax and play with your hobby Fiero,s even if it is only an hour a day you will enjoy life alot more

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man it is hot to hot to work outside 45 degrees cel. including humidex here in TO but still got some work done
made up the lower section of the right side skirt and the mesh filler for the rear



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well got some more done today here are the pics




the area where the plate is now is fully vented and ready for a lovered plate




installed the lower panel that will be bonded to the skirt to make up the right side areo skirt

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shortened the skirt and placed and made the needed cut to fit it to the car then marked out the excess material on the lower section to be cut out so the 2 pieces can be bonded together tomorrow

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Just curious... are you moving the exhaust tips down to either side of the license plate? Or have I missed something?

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Just curious... are you moving the exhaust tips down to either side of the license plate? Or have I missed something?

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yes one daul tip per side there are pics of the tips a few pages back

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from this mockup By Erik


to the final desine other than the finishing


the corners will be shaped the same as the ends of the skirts so it all flows together
the front will have the corners matched as well .

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finished up the skirts today and started the new manifolds as well sent them off to the machine shop to be milled and welded to the new plates to make a one piece manifold per side with no adapter so I can use the carbs or CP performance fuel injection

will post pics of the skirts later

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Nice work. I have a suggestion: ditch the crappy ricer gutter guard, and get some honeycomb mesh. I used this source for PCs called Modder's mesh. It looks great, holds paint, and matches the honeycomb theme of the Fiero's defrost vents and other Pontiac cars. I've gotten compliements from ricers on how much better it looks than their mesh

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Nice work. I have a suggestion: ditch the crappy ricer gutter guard, and get some honeycomb mesh. I used this source for PCs called Modder's mesh. It looks great, holds paint, and matches the honeycomb theme of the Fiero's defrost vents and other Pontiac cars. I've gotten compliements from ricers on how much better it looks than their mesh



dont sell it large enough to fill the opening will check with my metal supplier to see if is avalable in 60x24

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here are the pics of the right side skirt



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HOLLY *****IN SH**......

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started working on my tail lights solid red full lighted and sequential 4 segments

added two bulbs in the empty space and added a reflector

using another old set of lights i made the replacement red section to replace the back up light


I have video of the signal light count but need to convert it to mpeg 2 to post it

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here are the vids
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q81Y5PiKRYY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=898rE8UCIEo

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