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"concept GTR" dash build-up...Fie Ro style! ;) by Fie Ro
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I love the work you have done soo far.
And nice color on the car as well.

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Fie-Ro is the best Fiero mod designer / fabricator in the Fiero community hands down.

Nobody comes close.

And most importantly... he does it with class.

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man that interior looks awesome!

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Thanks for posting again - I'm glad to hear you are willing to post more regarding your interior.

Your exterior mods look pretty cool too.

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I must say this is an amazing project you have going. I have been debating buying a Fiero on and off for about 6 months. This conferms my thoughs that this will be an amazing project car. You are truly a genious. I have no where the same amount of artistic talent such as yourself. You mind if I steal some of your ideas for my car? (ie shift boot).

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bump, what's new? looking good man

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Nice car, well done.

By any chance, you know hiw much the GT rear clip weights?

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ihope u plan on making molds and possiably offering this forsale, it and th e front clip would be awesome upgrade options, shippingonly bad thing

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Hey, any updates? Bump!

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Sorry, Ive been pretty occupied with (re!)finishing the body buildup...I'll try to get the interior buildup going again..I hope within a few weeks...if theres an update I'll post it here. Thanks for the nice words

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hmmmm

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It's be a few weeeeeeeeeeeeekkkkkkkkkkkssssssssssssssssssssssssss....

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its just too cold now to have fun making parts....so theres not much fabrication but theres enough other stuff to figure out: I still want to make the TT cluster work with the fiero and I am shopping around for goodies to get my engineswap going.......faster hope to receive stuff like a zzp stage2 IC and 3.0/2.8/2.6 MPS and snout soon.....but it will be a challenge to get everything running...

Heres some semi-interior thingie I am working on



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i'm guessing that the last pic of a pic of your replacement part for the fisher body door thing lol ...looks good ..keep up dating plz lol

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Bump...any new progress?

By the way, I hate the fact that you're a better fiberglasser than me. God I'm envious.

My fiance also says you're ruining our relationship because I spend to much time analizing your build ups.

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I jut had a quick question for you, when you are doing the carbon fiber, what type of resin are you using, I've looked into it but just figured to ask you. The peices came out great and, I though you could elaborate on the processs if you get some time. thank

Great WORK

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Starving for an update.

Feed us !

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Sorry I am still in my wintersleep so most of the time I just lurk around here...
.. slowly working out a few ideas though and theres still a pile of need-to-build-stuff to keep me busy when the weather gets better. In the meantime I will play with some gathering toys on my table

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elbumpo for de updateo :P

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Yeah, what he said. Updateo

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I really love what you have done so far.

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Report this Post03-09-2006 08:03 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Fie RoClick Here to visit Fie Ro's HomePageClick Here to Email Fie RoSend a Private Message to Fie RoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Here is littelo updateo... I havent done much this winter but I am slowly getting back to work. I finished the mold for the rightside dash frame (the inside is nice and smooth):

And I finally figured how to wire the relays for the window touchbuttons


I hope to put more time and work into this buildup this spring....

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Are those relays for one-touch down operation?

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No I use them so I dont burn my pushbuttons and they are also for switching polarity to the windowmotors....Heres a bit more why and how:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/071287.html
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Archives/Archive-000001/HTML/20060206-2-062039.html

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Bump for a badass interior. Any updates?

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DUde your work is HOT! By any cnance are you in Industrial Design? Oh yeah and I love the checkerplate on the floor, i always wanted to do that, how did you get it to fit so perfectly? Is it metal?

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I was just gonna post an update...
...just popped the right side frame from the mold yesterday:

now I can trim and blend some pieces that have been waiting:

heres a rough mockup:

somewhere in the process I figured the TT vent was 8cm diameter but in fact it needs a 9cm diameter housing, got it to fit nicely though, maybe it will look even better.
Still need to mount the windowbuttons relays, theyre ready to go

However, I need to pull the main dash sometime to re-cover it and touch up some stuff... that means pulling some other parts first so I am saving up some of these mods before installing them..


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1987GT getting 'concept GTR' treatment...1-body buildup 2-interior buildup

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DUde your work is HOT! By any cnance are you in Industrial Design? Oh yeah and I love the checkerplate on the floor, i always wanted to do that, how did you get it to fit so perfectly? Is it metal?

thanks, I am not in industrial design but "design" is part of my work and interest ....( I make broadcast TV leaders and program design as a job) I like to use my hands and actually build stuff in my freetime though...
The checkerplate on the floor: I got a piece of 1x2m (I think 2mm thick) aluminium plate from a metal shop and cut the shapes. I think I made some cardboard template first...Actually I had them on both sides untill I crashed my first GT almost 6 years ago, the right side was bent too much to get it back in shape

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Some parts put together, needs some more smoothing and sanding but everything fits:


this should end up roughly about here:


It needs about an inch more to fit to the main dash and I have to cut part of the stock vent-thingie first and remove the stock vents...but not today The width and shapes line up great though

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Wow, originally I thought this was going to look a little to "sci-fi" but this is AWESOME. Any ideas on the instrument clusters? Still plan on using the Audi cluster?


Keep the pics comming, they're amazing.

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An artist at work!!! Beautiful stuff!!

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Hey man I was directed to this site from another forum, I dont know much about Fiero's or anything, and am more into Mustang's myself, but thought that your build up is absolutely incredible. From the design to the actual build up it is incredible. My hat is off to you my friend, so keep up the good work as I am very interested in how the outcome turns out. Also I had a question as to what program you used to design the 3-D model.

Thanks a lot.

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Any news on the TT dash? I would be very interested in seeing how that would work out.

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Another bump for a sweet project

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Yes I still plan on using the TT cluster...but if I cant get it to work I consider some aftermarket gauges...maybe with this style cluster housing, sort of, maybe not... (this is a Noble M12)

Anyway, with easter weekend in sight I decided to pull out a few beers and the dash


Got it all out pretty quick and the interior looks drastically different now...lol
Some of the stuff I took out:

Reason: I need to do some refurbishing of the main dash first before I can proceed with the buildup. Trying to find the amount of cutting of the original vent and a comparison with the new addon:

After all that work it still isnt that far off the original shapes....lol

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Sort of how its gonna fit:

On to the main dash fresh-up, lining up the piece of vinyl for the recovery

Lets get dirty and sticky

It took some attention to get it all in shape and stay in shape....while the glue slowly dried I repainted the windshield vent frame and cut some new mesh for the vent...also cut the openings for the speakergrills and windshield vent from the vinyl.

Looks pretty neat!

One more thing, I need to redo the speakergrills now. This is the same cloth from the same roll (I did them about 5 years ago) looks its worthy to do again

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Nice. That bring back similar memories of my choptop dash. Like I've always said, "nothings wrong with the original dash...it just need a minor tweaking."

Keep up the good work.

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Now that is a really cool tweek to the stock dash !

I will definatly try that on my project GT.

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sweet, looks good. I was hoping for a update.

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Looks pretty neat!

Looking good but I'm wondering about the reflection on the windshield.

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