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


Widebody, Hmm.

Ha, 14 belong to me

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Wide body is the way to go Clay.

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Last night I got to work on my car for a little while.
I had to take off one of my rear wheels so I could pull the trailing arm out ( Another project that I am working on )
anyway while I had the wheel off I decided to go ahead and do the coilovers I got one side done last night this was very easy to do.
but it was too late to do the other side so I will do it this weekend and post some pics of them later.
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Great point there whodeanie (good thinking). It is just shame to see so much work gone nowhere if an accident was to happened, and had to start all over will be just even worst! Yes you can always put me down for one! Thanks

JG


 
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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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today I worked on the car for a little, I did not do the second coilover yet but I did work on the front nose for a little.
I was waiting for fiberglass to dry on the 355 so I worked on getting all the shaping done on the front. it will take me a few days to get it the way I want it but it is a start.
worked the vent area and was able to get the screen done for that side as well as finished the glass work on the bottom from where I cut it apart to widen it.
I will post some pic's monday. I will not be working on eather of them tomarow have to go see MOM!
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I will not be working on eather of them tomarow have to go see MOM!
D.


Don't forget to go see my Mom too. LOL

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Don't forget to go see my Mom too. LOL


I did not see your mom but I did get the trailer I looked ovet it this morning and it looks like someone pinched the wires at the tung then tried to fix them with twist nuts.
going to get a new pigtail today.

I was able to work on my car a little this weekend but I did not get any pics yet. just worked on the frontend side vents.
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I just got new toys from HHP
nice job Paul
I can't wait to get them installed and on the road.

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I just got new toys from HHP
nice job Paul
I can't wait to get them installed and on the road.



You are quite welcome! I hope you enjoy them.

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You are quite welcome! I hope you enjoy them.


Oh, He will.

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last night I spent a little time cleaning up my garage, I got tired of the 2" dust layer on the ground from all the body work.
while I was cleaning up I ran across somthing I had forgotten about and got a laugh out of it when I remembered the thread about Fiero Police cars.
so I had to do it

here are the pics.....

the first widebody choptop Police car

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Ha Ha!!

Is that a Whelan light bar? Do you have the controller?

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Ha Ha!!

Is that a Whelan light bar? Do you have the controller?



yes and yes

I am going to hook it up in the kids play room so they can have fun with it.
D.

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yes and yes

I am going to hook it up in the kids play room so they can have fun with it.
D.



I had that same bar on my tow truck, except it had amber filters on it.

And I am going to do the same thing with my light bar. I am going to hang it in my game room.

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what the hell! my photobucket quit working and will not let me login???????????

anyway I did work on the car last night. I was able to get the new HHP swaybars installed as well as the rear coilovers.
the hardest part was getting the old ones out of the car without taking the whole thing apart.
let's just say that after about 30 min. of messing with them trying to figure out how to get them out, they finaly did come out but not in one piece
I love my cutter
the new bars wint in fairly easy the rear was a piece of cake the front was a bit harder the end links were a chalange to install them with the arms hanging.
I had to use the jack to lift the arms a little so I could bolt them in. other than that it was not bad. I can't wait till I can drive the car again to see how they work.
if I can get my pic's working again I will post them.
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What the hell! My photobucket quit working and will not let me login??? Anyway, I did work on the car last night. I was able to get the new HHP swaybars installed as well as the rear coilovers.
D.


Please do.

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Cutter? Plasma?

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Cutter? Plasma?


I wish! that is next on the wish list
no Just a diegrinder and a cut off wheel but it works great.
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I only want an 88 headlight system!!You can keep the car!
Did You get the reflectors I sent You?

Well I'm back online after nearly 6 weeks... and...
I'm hi-jacking your thread, Dean. I need parts for my car(s) too.
I have the entire headlight system from the '88 I'm building into a solo car. I'll take $150 for everything (wiring harness & all). Everything worked great. Trades considered.
Dean it figures I get back online & photobucket is screwed up! I wanted to see your progress.
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Dean it's probably too late to incorporate this, but one thing madcurl had Archie do that really stands out on the widebody kit was add some hips.



It almost looks like a little shelf on top of the rear fender caps, but it looks like it just involved moving the rear pillars inward ?



Really sets the body kit off and gives it an even more muscular supercar appearance IMO.

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I got the pic's back up they had something going on?
well anyway here are the pic's of the progress from this last week.
I did not work on the car this weekend I did work on the 355 sunday on the drivers side rocker.

Tony, I had noticed the hips on Curly's and CarLo's cars I like them but to do them to my car I would have to redo the intire rear of my car and I have done that way too many times already
I like it the way it is, also with the spoiler I made on the rear it gives it that look from the rear as well.
D.

















I can't wait to get this car on the road and see how it drives.
D.

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Thanks for posting the pics. My "bar" should be here on Tuesday (along with the MadArch kit) and I too look forward to installing it.

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I wish! that is next on the wish list
no Just a diegrinder and a cut off wheel but it works great.
D.



That's the same set-up I have. I used it on my truck last week-end on the floor-boards.

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That's the same set-up I have. I used it on my truck last week-end on the floor-boards.



A friend of mine has a plazma cutter and has never used it I am trying to work a trade with him for it.

I finaly found a vendor for Carbon fiber now once I get to that point of my build I will have no problems.
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this weekend I will be working on the 355 to finish it up but while I wait for paint to dry a may have a chance to work on my car.
I would like to finish the front nose so I can move on to the chin spoiler and the fenders.
if I can get a few things done I will post pic's next week.
D.
ps. if you want to see the progress on the 355 I have it posted in general here
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/075728.html

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Looking forward to more pics and progress on this awesome project.

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I was able to do some work on the car this last weekend now that the 355 parts are at paint. I worked on the frontend. working on the vents as well as the chin spoiler
just a lot of sanding and shaping. I had to prime them so I could see what still needed work to many colors to see.

I also made the inner fender well for the right side fender and got it bonded.











plastic signs make great shapes for fiberglass. just a little wax and you can reuse them for all kinds of shapes.
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Didn't I see that sign in your neighbor's yard last month? Have you had a chance to work on that quote? Oh..........yes..............now that the yellow car is done, maybe we can finish up the green one? It's looking good!

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Time I can make, money I can't
I have still been working on it just a little at a time.
Clay and I are off to Archies tomarow then to the Dells
I will get back to work on the car once I get back.

the sign was from Home Depot

Car Nut....... What Quote? I must be getting old

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On the house windows...you know...to make some...money. Maybe quote was the wrong descriptor. Maybe I should have written "estimate?" Two more days with students and I'll soon be knee deep into my summer list of projects. Have fun on your road trip! Illinois isn't much to look at this time of year-if you go back later, you can see full grown corn and beans!. Beware of the speed trap just south of the I-24 to I-57 interchange. That's where I got my last ticket.

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I agree!

I'm really looking forward to seeing that green paint on the entire car looking all minty cool and fresh!! Everyone you pass on the freeway will get a chill.

 
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I agree!

I'm really looking forward to seeing that green paint on the entire car looking all minty cool and fresh!! Everyone you pass on the freeway will get a chill.




LOL! now that I am back from the Dells I want to get back to work on my car even more to get it done to go next year.
once I get some time to get back to work on it I will post some new pic's
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Glad to see you made it home. Did you stop at Moose Jaw for some of that "beer bread".
I am that old bald guy that sat next to you at the awards thing, just in case you are wondering.
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Glad to see you made it home. Did you stop at Moose Jaw for some of that "beer bread".
I am that old bald guy that sat next to you at the awards thing, just in case you are wondering.
Steve





I knew who you were
we did not stop as it were we got home at 4:30 am monday and I had to work. living dead!
I feel better now and I am looking forward to doing some more work on my car this weekend.
it was great meeting all of you.
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Dean, glad to hear that you're back. I sent you a PM. Beer bread is good stuff!

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Hey Dean, I sent you a PM.

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Hey Dean, I sent you a PM.



I got it working on it for you

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I have been bussy working on the 355 for the last few weeks but I did order a few things this week for my car. now it is just a matter of waiting on my UPS person.
Hey Curly what can brown do for you?



I don't know but I know what it can do for me!
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She has a big territory. That's the one that delivers at my house too.

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