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cant wait to see the 84SE get transformed, Are you going to keep the bumper pad front/rear bumpers so to make it look more like a sleeper?

lets call it "The Bull"

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I see a trend in these pic's.. Could be drugs or something in the water I suppose





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obviously you don't know about the famous Curly pose that comes with a choptop haha

me and some friends with Mike's choptop

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Yeh...how did that pose get started anyway??

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:

Yeh...how did that pose get started anyway??

Ditto

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:

Yeh...how did that pose get started anyway??

Well when Curley, (who lives in California) was in Chicago picking up #15 this is how he looked:

Not used to the cold weather apparently. So now in honor of the king of chop tops, we all do the Curley pose.

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Ditto


CAUGHT ON TAPE: Archie frezzing with hands inside pocket.

I learn from the best hehe. JScott is right, it seems that when I'm visiting Archie its usually in Dec-Jan.

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Quick question if you don't mind. What size rims/tires are on that black car right above this post? Thanks

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Damn it looks like there is going to be a fall rush to get chopped ! I am told in addition to #18, potentially numbers #19 and #20 are already scheduled ??

Any truth to this Archie ?

Myself and at least one other person are still trying to get our cars freed up to get chopped.

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Originally posted by exoticse:

Any truth to this Archie ?

Yes.

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Report this Post08-18-2005 12:02 AM 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

I've started a build thread for Chop Top #18 at http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/066071.html

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Chop Top #17 is now back to it's home & being preped for it's LS1 installation.

Here are a few pics of it as it left here Monday.

As normal, it was kinda cold out that morning.

Here is my crew & the happy owner.

The owner is a member here on PFF. Hopefully, as he does the engine swap & finishes the car up, he'll keep us posted with pictures etc.

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Sweeet keep those choppers coming. Any particular reason #17 is missing the quarter windows and rear lights ?

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Originally posted by exoticse:

Sweeet keep those choppers coming. Any particular reason #17 is missing the quarter windows and rear lights ?

He has aquired some very nice expensive GT tail lights & he will be installing them. Remember this was a 85 Gt donor car, so he'll have to do some wiring mods to make the Gt tail lights work correctly. The 1/4 windows were fitted and packed inside the car. He didn't want them installed until after he has it painted.

BTW, I plan to answer the PM you sent me but the answer is going to take a bit of time to type. I'll try to get to it tomorrow.

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In the continuing saga, we had another car dropped off yesterday........

We go a little work done on it today.......... I wonder what it's in here for......

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In the continuing saga, we had another car dropped off yesterday........

We go a little work done on it today.......... I wonder what it's in here for......

Archie

OH MAN, I have always loved that car. If it is getting chopped, that would be so cool.

--Will

(Edit: Carefull with that fuel door haha!!)

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Doors are off too, looks like some more suicide action.


Watching all these cars get chopped, I'm getting chop top envy and I already have one , (or two) I only wish I had another car to chop!

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OH MAN, I have always loved that car. If it is getting chopped, that would be so cool.

--Will

(Edit: Carefull with that fuel door haha!!)

I don't think Frank is getting a chop, because to put it mildly,....... there are some complications involved hehehe.

Frank testing out Curly's Chop top #15 at Daytona 2005 and finding a few clearance issues hehehe.

Frank owns the green dragon GT.

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That SC 3800 sure looks good back there!

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Is Dragon's car your 1st 3800SC car choped Archie?

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Based on the evidence, I don't think he's getting a chop. Unlikely that he's getting an engine swap either. I'm stating again that I think it's a Suicide Job.

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He just installed that 3800SC with very very low miles. Chop top? Unless he plans to cut couple o vertebrates too

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With back surgery clothes would be cheaper

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Frank's sig has a clue:

"87 Coupe - Tilt Front End in Progress"

So he's got lambo doors on one, tilt front end on another, what's left? = Suicide Doors

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New pics.


And welcome to Archie’s choptop club. Now on with the show!

So Frank finally made it. Hey Frank, your gonna luv it. Hope to see you guys in FL soon.


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How about racing seats - they are lower

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Originally posted by Dragon:

How about racing seats - they are lower

Racing seats are lower but by the time we lower the Fiero seats, your bottom is only 2.5" from the floor. So there is only so far you can go before lowering the floorboards.

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Racing seats are lower but by the time we lower the Fiero seats, your bottom is only 2.5" from the floor. So there is only so far you can go before lowering the floorboards.

Archie

Have you ever just mounted the seats to the car without adjusters?
My seat is all the way back, I was thinking why couldnt someone just bolt the seat right to the floor?

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Have you ever just mounted the seats to the car without adjusters?
My seat is all the way back, I was thinking why couldnt someone just bolt the seat right to the floor?


Archie more than likely will not bolt the seat directly to the floor, which has something to do with crash testing requirements using a “seat bracket.” Using individual bolts----bolted to the floor isn't strong enough to handle the g-forces during a crash causing the bolts to break loose through the floor. Using a seat bracket spreads the energy equally to all four bolts.

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Hey, I smell "choptops" cooking in the house. Got any pics to share?


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let's see more of the DRAGON please

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It appears that's not the only thing cooking

Rumor mill is been spinning out of control, or so I have heard from a reliable source.
One thing we can't figure out though ...
how come some "maintenance work" set it in motion, you would of thought me making a run to get the E.T. license, or just plain me in the suit
would of raised bigger question marks in the Fiero Community.

Anyways, thanks Archie.
Clutch works great. So far (Knock on wood here)
Rodneybooth ... glad you liked them.

Off to tinker on the car
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Originally posted by Tina:

Rumor mill is been spinning out of control, or so I have heard from a reliable source.
One thing we can't figure out though ...
how come some "maintenance work" set it in motion, you would of thought me making a run to get the E.T. license, or just plain me in the suit
would of raised bigger question marks in the Fiero Community.
Off to tinker on the car
Tina

Hmmm.... rumor mill? Might be from your last year’s extravaganza, hehe. You won the awards last year when you kept the VDC doors a secret. You never know what a girl may have under a flame retardant suit?

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It sounds like Tina got one of Archie's rebuilt trannys. She's going to be running in the 10s if she gets a tranny to hold up to all the power she is making.

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It sounds like Tina got one of Archie's rebuilt trannys. She's going to be running in the 10s if she gets a tranny to hold up to all the power she is making.

Tina already has a Getrag with the internals treated to Cyro job. She just wanted a new clutch in the car (which also required a fresh F/W). She & Greg had other things they wanted to do than put a clutch in the car, so they brought it to us.

If you read closely, one of the things Tina wanted to do, during the week we were working on her car, was to try to get approved to drive a drag car at < 10 seconds.

I wonder why She's doing that.

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Whadda think? We're working on a new style side scoop, it's not finished yet but what do ya think?

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Whadda think? We're working on a new style side scoop, it's not finished yet but what do ya think?

Archie

looks like suicide doors to me.

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...a new style side scoop...

Um... yeah... riiiiight.

[dingbat voice] Oh, Archie! [/dingbat voice]

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I'll give you another hint...............

When complete, you'll be able to open these scoops from inside the car with just a flick of the wrist.

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I'll give you another hint...............

When complete, you'll be able to open these scoops from inside the car with just a flick of the wrist.

Archie

Your installing curtains?

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