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Originally posted by Oreif:


Wonder what mine would appraise out to at Volo?

What do they charge for an appraisal?

They charge $100.00 plus you get free admission to the Museum for you & your party.

We had 5 in our party so the net cost for the appraisal was less than $50.

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That cheaper than the appraisal I had before.
I need to get an up to date appraisal with the V-8 in it. The last one was from right after I had the 3.4L installed.

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Will Martin was in today to pick up his Chop Top.

Nice guy, we had a lot of fun visiting.

He doesn't look cold does he?

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He look's "cold"? Nice work Archie. Too bad I didn't get a chance to meet Will-Martin. Please Drive safely...ya, don't want to lose that cargo.

Hmm. I just made 4000 post. Glad to have done it while looking at this thread.

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Originally posted by Joe Carburetor:

Got any update pics on the tpi reversed plenum project

Here are the final pics on the TPI reversed intake.

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Hey Archie, when Car and Driver had their first Solstice test drive article, at the end they said "somebody will put a V-8 in one". You should contact Car and Driver and let them know when your car is ready. That could be some cool Big-time exposure for you .

PS. That chrome injection system is the nicest thing I've ever seen for an engine !!!

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http://www.mallettcars.com/solstice-conversion.htm

Check it out for the LS1 solstice. Mallett has these for sale already. Great article in the 19 Dec issue of "AutoWeek".

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Check it out for the LS1 solstice. Mallett has these for sale already. Great article in the 19 Dec issue of "AutoWeek".

Rob

Yup, but they only do turn key installs. Archie's doing a kit for everyone who wants to build their own car.

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Wow, pretty sharp. 18 grand + the car. thanks for the info guys, but right now if they were $0.25 per mile i couldn't afford to go around the block

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So you have to have a V8 to go 0-100 quickly? I don't understand your comment at all about boosted 4 cylinders only being effective at 160 mph and v8s being superior to 100 mph. What happened to powerbands and gearing and well...common sense.

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Originally posted by SappySE107:

So you have to have a V8 to go 0-100 quickly?

You need to pay attention, that isn't what I said. I said that many of us like the torque of a Chevy V-8. We like a car to pull hard from the start. We don't want to wait around for the engine to get to 5000 RPM before we start having fun.

If you'd like to argue about my opinion, go start yourself a new thread & have a good time.

Thanks for your input.

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Originally posted by Archie:
... I said that many of us like the torque of a Chevy V-8. We like a car to pull hard from the start. We don't want to wait around for the engine to get to 5000 RPM before we start having fun....
Archie

That about summs it up for me.

Instant gratification: I want it, & I want it NOW - who's got time to "spool, rev, ect..."

< side note: > I really like the reveresed intake, looks sweet sittin in there.

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Originally posted by Archie:

Will Martin was in today to pick up his Chop Top.

Nice guy, we had a lot of fun visiting.

Archie


Will's a great guy. Congratulations!

This car looks a lot like it's cousin the chop t-top.


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Originally posted by Archie:

Will Martin was in today to pick up his Chop Top.

Nice guy, we had a lot of fun visiting.

He doesn't look cold does he?

Archie

Cold? Yes!

Us Texas guys can't handle the cold. I really don't see how you "Northern Folk" handle the weather up there. From what I am told, it was mild at 35 degrees. haha!

Great talking with you Archie, you guys did a great job on the car. Special thanks to Chris and Rob for the nice fit and finish on the vehicle. I stopped several times on the way home just to stare at the car. Had many people gawk at it too when I stopped to fill up. Hope to see you guys at Daytona.

--Will

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Originally posted by jscott1:

Will's a great guy. Congratulations!

This car looks a lot like it's cousin the chop t-top.

Thanks JScott! I could not stop smiling on the way home, I know how you guys feel now. I hated to drop the car off at Loyde's, but work calls and Loyde has a few little finishing touches to do to the car before I do the body/paint/interior. The car should be complete for Daytona, at least that is the plan.

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Cold? Yes!

Us Texas guys can't handle the cold. I really don't see how you "Northern Folk" handle the weather up there. From what I am told, it was mild at 35 degrees. haha!

Great talking with you Archie, you guys did a great job on the car. Special thanks to Chris and Rob for the nice fit and finish on the vehicle. I stopped several times on the way home just to stare at the car. Had many people gawk at it too when I stopped to fill up. Hope to see you guys at Daytona.

--Will

We had a good time too. We will be at Daytona, not sure what cars we will have done by then but we'll be there.

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I can see why Curley calls stock roofed Fieros "Bubbletops".

The funny thing is that the Bubbletop in these pics is Curley's

Archie

P.S. it almost looks like a Taxi Cab.

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Edited--Moved to the other thread as soon as I saw it

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Looks good Archie, Hey is this the first side by side east coast west coast chop?

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Looks good Archie, Hey is this the first side by side east coast west coast chop?

Wow, yeah I guess it is, one from NY one from CA. I never even thought of that.

Hey Troy, you need to start thinking about a name for your car. IMSA, Chop, ZZ383........ I'm calling it The Perfect Union right now.

I think that name has a lot of meaning right now.

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Well if i see troys car, im going to call it "get your ass in my garage!"

troy might not like that name, but it has a ring to me.

So archie, Whens the last time you've daily driven a 4cyl fiero?
just curious, Ive never owned a 4cyl fiero and driven it before myself.

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I can see why Curley calls stock roofed Fieros "Bubbletops".


...
The funny thing is that the Bubbletop in these pics is Curley's

Archie


You mean that's Curley's Challenger's car, right ExoticSE

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You mean that's Curley's Challenger's car, right ExoticSE

Talk to my lawyer.

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Wow, yeah I guess it is, one from NY one from CA. I never even thought of that.

Hey Troy, you need to start thinking about a name for your car. IMSA, Chop, ZZ383........ I'm calling it The Perfect Union right now.

I think that name has a lot of meaning right now.

Archie

The Perfect Union sounds like a good name for now. who knows what I will be calling it by the time we are done ( hahaha). East coast and West coast are kicking around a few ideas. I will pm you if it comes to pass.

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This thread started 3 years ago yesterday

How many of the cars that were in the shop that day can you identify?

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I can name them all---they are all Fieros.

I may be wrong, but is that my LT1 on the upper car lift?

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I may be wrong, but is that my LT1 on the upper car lift?

Yep, 3 years ago this week, that was your car.

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This thread started 3 years ago yesterday

How many of the cars that were in the shop that day can you identify?

Archie


LT188GT, Madcurl's Silver chop top, The Stinger, The purple pavement eater, I believe Jim88GT's future chop top ?.

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The blue Fino under the lift, and the silver Fino at the very left edge of the first pic behind the Stinger...

I believe that the white nochie behind the Fino was the V-8 indy, and the upper right of the pic holds the frame structure for the GT-40........

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Just curious Archie do you have any old pictures of Daniel Johnson's car (CHoptop) before, during, or after the chop ?? I remember seeing 2 old pictures outside of the shop in the snow, but that is it.

It was choptop #4.

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LT188GT, Madcurl's Silver chop top, The Stinger, The purple pavement eater, I believe Jim88GT's future chop top ?.

That's my anwer too. Plus, the Blue Fino. At the time I didn't know alot of the member's cars.

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bump for updates.
Time to feed the Fiero junkie

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Come on Archie....don't leave us in the dark.

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bump for updates.
Time to feed the Fiero junkie

I'm covering the build up of your car in this thread http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/069871.html

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Future WOW in the making.
Archie when I get my Saturn Sky, will you drop in a LS1 for me?

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Future WOW in the making.
Archie when I get my Saturn Sky, will you drop in a LS1 for me?

I sure will, my friend.

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Awww geeze Archie. that's gona void your warranty ya know

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Will you throw in a discount seeing that I am a previous customer?

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You gonna get rid of your LT1 88 GT?

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