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Report this Post10-21-2003 08:04 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ArchieClick Here to visit Archie's HomePageClick Here to Email ArchieSend a Private Message to ArchieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

The 400th post to this thread and the top of page 11 belongs to the DRTYRAT.

I'm taking a few days off to go to Vegas and visit my brother and his family.

So these will be the last pics. I post before I return.

Pay no nevermind to the wet spot on the floor, I let a stock Fiero inside the building and it peed on the floor.


^anybody see something weird in this picture? ^

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You cleaned the shop since I was there?

Snicker, snicker

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Actually,the balled up plastic behind the sawhorses resembles a human head/torso - and it's not even Halloween yet!

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Originally posted by Jim88GT:

Actually,the balled up plastic behind the sawhorses resembles a human head/torso - and it's not even Halloween yet!

Yes I did clean the shop since you were there, but you can't tell it now.

It's supposed to be a ghost.

these guys on here are notorious for looking to see what's in the background in pics. I wonder what else they see.

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If you look right above the rats roof, on the back shelf, it looks like you have Johnny 5's head leaning against the wall on the shelf.

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i was gonna say the stain on the floor kinda looked like a poodle when u looked at it side ways

archie, how come you blocked out chester's lisence plate in the last few pics and not the first couple?

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archie, how come you blocked out chester's lisence plate in the last few pics and not the first couple?

its the FLASH

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I see a LS1 on the cradle with a 5 speed transmission.

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i was gonna say the stain on the floor kinda looked like a poodle when u looked at it side ways

archie, how come you blocked out chester's lisence plate in the last few pics and not the first couple?


The flash on the camera causes the plate to do that blackout.

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Actually,the balled up plastic behind the sawhorses resembles a human head/torso

Maybe he's got George Miller in there!


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Car looks great! Thanks for the pics and have a great time Archie. See ya soon!

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Originally posted by FastFieros:

I see a LS1 on the cradle with a 5 speed transmission.

Loyde

Loyde's got it right. In the 2nd picture down just above the rear wing on the "rat." I can not wait to see that thing installed.

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Hey Archie,

Originally Pontiac designed the Fiero with a lower roof than the one they actually produced. The 'ergonomic-nazis' within Pontiac told the design team that the original roof design would not allow the average buyer to sit in comfortably. Imagine that? So my question to you is how high from the ground to the highest roof point does your chop measure? My untrained eye says that the DRTYRAT and all the other mods you've done have their cars at 40 inches, like thee Ford GT-40. Am I correct? Incedentally, the original roof height for the Fiero was supposed to be 1.5 inches lower than what they actually produced.

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Hey Archie,

Originally Pontiac designed the Fiero with a lower roof than the one they actually produced. The 'ergonomic-nazis' within Pontiac told the design team that the original roof design would not allow the average buyer to sit in comfortably. Imagine that? So my question to you is how high from the ground to the highest roof point does your chop measure? My untrained eye says that the DRTYRAT and all the other mods you've done have their cars at 40 inches, like thee Ford GT-40. Am I correct? Incedentally, the original roof height for the Fiero was supposed to be 1.5 inches lower than what they actually produced.

Sincerely,

Kevin Sullivan

The Rat has also been dropped to the ground by about 3" so she is a good 6" LOWER than the average Fiero!

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Hey kevin, my choptop measurements from the rear corner window to ground is 42", 6" from the ground to the rear rocker panel with a 1 1/2" rear wheel gap with 20's

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if that puddle is from another car how come there are no wet spots on the Rats tires and no tire tracks? Hmmmm.....

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Originally posted by Archie:
these guys on here are notorious for looking to see what's in the background in pics. I wonder what else they see.

Archie

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what like this?

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ooo two gt40's

archie, on the last page you replied to me that he had a big engine in there, i knew that, i just thought maybe you were going to mod it (cough, supercharger, cough)

It looks great rob, you are one lucky gentlemen.

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I still want to know what's up with the LT5 posted earlier in the thread...

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8 days and counting until we pick the Rat up at Archie's! We will be bringing the F355 nose so we can take some proper "completed" pics of the newest choptop (and the ONLY black one!)! I am almost as excited as Chester is to get her down here to her new home in Kentucky so we can start breaking in the motor! If all goes well, we may bring her up to the Carlisle show in May.

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if that puddle is from another car how come there are no wet spots on the Rats tires and no tire tracks? Hmmmm.....

the rat was downhill...

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Yeah, if you look at the way the puddle ran accross the floor, it went from the right side to the left (in the picture) and ran under the dirty rat from the other side of the shop.

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Wow.. that looks amazing. Looks like a very smooth job to me. Are the new sail/quarter windows flat? Or are they bowed/round to match the body line?

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Originally posted by Danno88GT5Spd:

Wow.. that looks amazing. Looks like a very smooth job to me. Are the new sail/quarter windows flat? Or are they bowed/round to match the body line?

Thanks for the compliments!

The sail panels are bowed some but not as much as the originals. Archie cuts them down to fit the chop. Those are aftermarket replacements that I got some time ago.

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Chester,

how does the rat ride with the 2.5 drop on 17's ?

I see you have coilovers,...I am thinking about a 2" drop on 17's for my 86 coupe, but coilovers may be too expensive for me.

Any reccomendations ? Anyone else can also chime in, Archie included.

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Chester,

how does the rat ride with the 2.5 drop on 17's ?

I see you have coilovers,...I am thinking about a 2" drop on 17's for my 86 coupe, but coilovers may be too expensive for me.

Any reccomendations ? Anyone else can also chime in, Archie included.

The rides not too bad with the coilovers but you have to tweak the spring rate for your app. I've noticed that the yellow GT I had with the Ebach (SP?) lowering springs had a better ride (not as harsh on the bumps). I stayed with the coilovers for the ride height adjustment. But then again, this isn't my daily driver anymore. Also I haven't really Driven the car since I put the V8 in it. If this is for a daily driver and you don't need the adjustability, I'd say go the Ebach route.


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Where can you get those scoops?

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Archie:



Where can you get those scoops?

I believe that Curley made them himself.

By the way, welcome to the forum! Great to see more MI members!

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Curly's friend Tim (Trainman)is in the process of reproducing a batch. I spoke to him over the phone a couple of weeks ago and he's working on em.

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C'mon, I want to know more!!!

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C'mon, I want to know more!!!

I think that is destine to go in a GT40..
No matter what it goes in, it'll be fun!

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Is it just me or does that LT-5 look brand new? Where can I get one for my car?????

:grin:

Can't wait to see more on the buildup of those GT40's. Before I bought my Fiero I was looking at kit cars, and leaning heavily towards the GT40, even though I knew I wouldn't be able to afford the kits for a while. If I can do that with a frame I already have ('87 SE) that'll make it a little less expensive. What more can you tell us now?

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are the choptop windows easy to scratch? can they be easily tinted?

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Well the time is upon us to finally go get my car!!!

Needless to say I'm a little anxious!

We leave today about 1:00 (gotta work this morning) and head out to some friends in Michigan, then first thing tomorrow morning itís off to Archie we go. Can't wait to get my baby back home!!!

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Congrats, Rob! Drive safely, and take LOTS of pictures when you get it back home!

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Have a safe trip you two...talk to you on Sunday.


Ps...please don't wait until you get home to post pics.

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HI Archie

Hi, I figure they should be getting home anytime now.

So I'll post a couple of pics I took just before they got here today, to tide you over.

It sure is fun when "Car People" visit at the shop, we must have stood around BS'ing for an hours before I let them leave.

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crazy crazy crazy....

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Christ that thing is mean.

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WOW
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