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whodeanie's 88 gt custom build by whodeanie
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Originally posted by whodeanie:

Today I sopke to the new owner of HT motorsports he has just taken over the shop in the last 6 months.

nothing else to report as of yet, but I am still moving forward


Let me get this straight, Lee isn't the owner? Who is the current owner now? I remember when Ryan owned the company.

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Let me get this straight, Lee isn't the owner? Who is the current owner now? I remember when Ryan owned the company.

Erik Hanba owns it now. He is running it full time, where Lee was only running it as a side business. I had alot of issues with products from there in the past, but the new owner seems to really be addressing those issues. I e-mailed him with some user-friendly solutions to some of the areas that could be improved upon with the suspension and brake kits. He actually listens to his customers, so Held Motorsports will be offering better products in the near future (After working some of the bugs out, nothing major). I'm excited to see someone taking the initiative to turn this business around. BTW, Lee was a salesman, Erik is an engineer.

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New toy's just got here
the new oner of Held is on the ball
I have more to get from them as money permits.
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^^^Sweet. Which spring rate did you go with? Are you planning on powder coating those to match your car?
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Clay, I will leave them that color I kind of like them and they are 325's

well here is a little update.. just bodywork but I was able to get the drivers side front cut and glassed to match the passanger side of the car.
I still have more to go on that part but it needs to dry before I can do more there.
I have been working on the rear facia for the last few days. when I built it there were things I did not like so I have been re-doing them and I still have way more to go but it is starting to take shape.
last night I just snaped a few pic's. it is still ugly but getting better.
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if you notice the tail lights are not in line I offset them about 3/8" like Ferrari and the depth is stagared as well the outside ones do not stick out as far as the inside ones.

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I really like the rearend! Offsetting the light is subtle but makes it.

Paul

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I really like the rearend! Offsetting the light is subtle but makes it.

Paul




Thanks,

things around here are starting to look up for me, I have gotten enough work to keep everyone bussy for the next 6mo. so far and more everyday.
Soon I will have more money to spend

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TTT_ I stopped by today to see the car (and slow down the progress). The car is definitely coming along well and the pictures don't do the car justice!

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I like the one-piece (bumber/lamp) mod.

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HI all

I spy with my little eye an F355 dash, it was probably discussed before, but where did ya get it? Great car too, I also like the rear end mod, a la F430.......

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this weekend every time I would start on the car I would have to stop to do somthing else.
I finaly got to work on it sunday after I told my wife I was not to be bothered by anyone
but then car nut called and came over but that was Fiero related so it was ok.
after that I was able to work on the car for a few hrs. I was working on the front drivers side and the rear bumper.
you know work one wait to dry and work on the other.
anyway after reworking the rear for the 4th time it is finaly taking shape it still has more to go but it is way closer than it was.
my painter gave me a little paint to do a test spray to make sure I like the color so with the rear being close I decided to spray the bottom of it so I could see the color on the
car. Holy Cow! that is one bright color.
here are some pic's of it.
first the front.








I also just ordered a set of HHP swaybars for the car

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Dean do you still plan to add marker/reflector lights on the rear bumper ?

Any more progress on the diffuser you were working on ?

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Dean do you still plan to add marker/reflector lights on the rear bumper ?

Any more progress on the diffuser you were working on ?




I have not found a set of reflectors I like yet but yes I will be using them.
as far as the diffuser I have been working on the pattern for a mold.
I am going to do it this way to keep the weight down.

the paint on the rear was just a test spray to see if I liked the color most of it has already been sanded off but it made a nice guide coat to see where it needed more work.

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The car is looking very nice.

Can I make a suggestion.....
The opening above where the licence plate mounts looks a little "big", I think it may look better if you were to make it a little smaller.
Look at the opening where the plate goes, at the left and right edges, the body lines that go about 45 degrees,
should be where the base of the upper opening start.
I am not sure if you understand what I am trying to say but maybe just look at a picture of the back of a F430.
Just giving my 2 cents.

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Originally posted by 85LAMB:

The car is looking very nice.

Can I make a suggestion.....
The opening above where the licence plate mounts looks a little "big", I think it may look better if you were to make it a little smaller.
Look at the opening where the plate goes, at the left and right edges, the body lines that go about 45 degrees,
should be where the base of the upper opening start.
I am not sure if you understand what I am trying to say but maybe just look at a picture of the back of a F430.
Just giving my 2 cents.



I know exactly what you are talking about it looks off but it is not. I have looked at this for a week now trying to figure out why the rear looked crooked.
I had to paint it to see it, it was the bottom under the plate area it was off by almost 3/8" I got that fixed last night. I still have a few thing to finish on it but
no more tweaks for that part. also I was not trying to copy the 430 just inspired by. if I wanted to copy I would have just built a kit it would have been way easyer than building it from scratch like I did.

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I have been watching this build for a long time and you already know you are doing an excellent job, but I just wanted to confirm your it for you.. I just dont understand how so many people with such great talent are into modifying Fieros.. Its amazes me what incredible work you guys do to the cars on the forum..

I was pondering the idea of the bright verde Ithaca green (see Lambo poster on wall) for my rather funky looking Fiero, but I dont know..

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I have been watching this build for a long time and you already know you are doing an excellent job, but I just wanted to confirm your it for you.. I just dont understand how so many people with such great talent are into modifying Fieros.. Its amazes me what incredible work you guys do to the cars on the forum..

I was pondering the idea of the bright verde Ithaca green (see Lambo poster on wall) for my rather funky looking Fiero, but I dont know..





Thanks!
I will tell you this, the color is way brighter in person and there are 2 Verde Green's. Ithaca Verde Green is the most common one it has more pearl to the yellow side.
the other one is Verde Metalic less pearl more green (this one is the one I am using) eather way they cost the same around 145.00 a qt.

nice car by the way. it looks like it took styling from about 4 differant cars. 2 Ferrari's, Lambo, and a Pantera. very differant, was it a kit?

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lol.. Well, my car is forum member Don Kraus's old car and is a replica of the very rare and little known Koenig Ferrari 512bb Turbo.. The body is made by the Aldino car company and they still produce this kit..

Here is a nice picture of a real Koenig 512bb..And some of my car with a few Koenig pictures for a comparo..




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lol.. Well, my car is forum member Don Kraus's old car and is a replica of the very rare and little known Koenig Ferrari 512bb Turbo.. The body is made by the Aldino car company and they still produce this kit..


Nice! I thought I had seen that car before, does it still have the wheel standing motor in it?
Don always has nice cars so I am sure you got a great ride.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by whodeanie:

Nice! I thought I had seen that car before, does it still have the wheel standing motor in it?
Don always has nice cars so I am sure you got a great ride.
D.


Yeah, the car has the nasty tire burning wheel lifting engine in place..

I have to say I get a kick out of your user name.. You are working some serious "magic" on your car and the name says it all..
I will be keeping a close eye on your project and cant wait to see the rest of the car come together..

Mark

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Yeah, the car has the nasty tire burning wheel lifting engine in place..

I have to say I get a kick out of your user name.. You are working some serious "magic" on your car and the name says it all..
I will be keeping a close eye on your project and cant wait to see the rest of the car come together..

Mark

Nice
my user name was given to me when I built choppers at a shop.
I would build things that would amaze people and the guy's at the shop would call me Whodeanie and it just stuck. I will build just about anything with wheels and a motor

update.....
last night I worked more on the rear bumper. I built the inner fender lip to conect the rear bumper to the inner fender well.
as well as fiberglass braces for the bottom center to help support the rear difuser I am building.
I hate when you see the ricers driving down the road and the whole body kit waves in the wind.


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I have not been able to work on the car over the last few days but I did get to the fiero swapmeet this weekend and sold alot of stuff to help make me some money for my car.
yesterday was yard work day. but I will be getting back to it this week.
I have a few things on order for the car at the moment and I am working on some custom parts for it as well.
HHP is making me a set of swaybars, Riceburner is making me a HVAC controler and I will have that sent to Ameda for a center console,
A set of rear Koni's are on the way to go with the coilovers I just got and Archie is working on a set of glass windows.
I still have way more to get for the car but I do it as money permits.
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I will be taking a brake from my car for about 2 weeks.
A friend of mine that has a 355 kit car had his car at a painters house to rework the back and the rockers for the last 6 months
and as of today no real progress has ben done so tomarow we will be bringing it to my place to fix and finish it. I think we can get it done in 2 weeks.
I am also going to pick up 3 pos. 4 other Fieros tomarow. I will be posting 3 of them in the mall for sale along with 2 truck loads of parts.
I bought them to sell to help earn money for my car. I don't know much about them yet other than they are 1- 85- 4cyl/ 4 speed, 1 - 85 V6/ 4 speed,
and one 86 V6 auto and they all run along with a lot of other parts the 2 V6's run as is the 4 needs a clutch and fuel pump but if you put gas in the carb it will run.
I will know more tomarow night. and I may be working a deal for another 88 for a labor trade out V6 / 5 speed GT fully loaded it even has lumbar seats
don't hate me
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^^^ Um...Yeah...I want that last one.

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by ClayTonto:

^^^ Um...Yeah...I want that last one.



If I get the 88 I will be keeping it for a driver

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Very nice build Dean! I'll keep you posted. It gets me even more motivated to see the really cool car these sway bars will go on!

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Very nice build Dean! I'll keep you posted. It gets me even more motivated to see the really cool car these sway bars will go on!




Thanks, Paul
I just got 4 more Fieros yesterday. most to sell but one is another 88 that I will be keeping so I will get another set from you for that car as well but it will be some time before I can work on that car. as of now I might as well go into the Fiero business? I have so many to work on now. LOL. the Goal is to sell them to help pay for my car.
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this weekend I worked on the 355 but I was able to do a little glass work on the inside of my front nose to finish off the inside where I had to make the cuts for the side vents.
I should be able to do more to the car soon. the 355 is a lot of work but I have been getting alot done on it, I should be done with it in 2 weeks to get the owner back on the road.
that car is kind of an on going project for me. he has a lot of things he wants changed or fixed but he likes to drive it so we do a little at a time.
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If I get the 88 I will be keeping it for a driver


But, you don't need TWO 88's
Donate one to an 88less person. (ahem)
That's the unwritten code of 88's.

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But, you don't need TWO 88's
Donate one to an 88less person. (ahem)
That's the unwritten code of 88's.



LOL!!!!!!!!!! uhhhh............ NO!
but if you are nice I might build your car for you!
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I only want an 88 headlight system!!You can keep the car!
Did You get the reflectors I sent You?

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I only want an 88 headlight system!!You can keep the car!
Did You get the reflectors I sent You?



yes! I love them thanks I think they will work nicely.
as far as robbing parts off this car no way
but I will keep an eye out for parts for you.
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LOL!!!!!!!!!! uhhhh............ NO!
but if you are nice I might build your car for you!
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yesterday I took a trip to Paul's AKA Tha Driver and got the fiberglass doors and hood scoop he made for me.
they turned out great. so when I got home I started working on them. I got the hood scoop glassed in and started working on the doors.
I have to glass in the nut's so the door skin will bolt up to the door.
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how much for a pair of door skins from Pauls

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I don't remember how much they were but I will call him and find out and let you know
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So............are you considering making a mold of your rear of your car ?

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Yes I also wondering ... Are you?

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bozzie:

So............are you considering making a mold of your rear of your car ?

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So............are you considering making a mold of your rear of your car ?

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it will be some time before I can get it done but yes, just because I don't want to try to rebuild it if someone hits me.
once I do I will most likely make one or 2 for sale but they will only fit a widebody car.
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well, that would be great !, No problem being a widebody, keep me in mind as one of your sales !

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