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Archie any new pics of DrCpu's choptop ??

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I have a few pics from the NIFE meeting/Firefox Paint Presentation this weekend

There was a nice crowd on hand for the meeting... lots of Fieros and lots of friendly and familiar faces!


Here is the (generally photo-shy) Firefox/Mark beginning his presentation on automotive painting.


And my favorite photo of the day... Firefox taking a short cruise in the "Tytehead" powered Finale Roadster. Apparently it was a bit short of fuel (don't worry, the rest of us helped roll him back up the hill to Archie's shop).

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Are those Solstice wheels on the car? The bolt pattern, if I remember correctly, is 5x110mm on the Solstice.

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Originally posted by Amida:

Are those Solstice wheels on the car? The bolt pattern, if I remember correctly, is 5x110mm on the Solstice.


On the Finale Roadster? I believe those are Mille Miglia Wheels (although IIRC that exact, (?) The EVO5's(?) style may have recently been discontinued)

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Yes, on the Finale. They look so much like the Solstice wheels, I wondered if the Fiero hubs were modified to fit the wheels.

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BUILD THREAD!!!

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Originally posted by 8Ball:

Archie,
Anytime you wanna drive that little monster to be thru Nova Scotia, I have a couch you can sleep on if I can go for a ride
in the Solstice



screw the couch! you come to BC you can have my bed! I'll take the damn couch....

My old mechanics teacher wants to buy one of these and supercharge it. He is gunna crap when he sees this.

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Yes the wheels on the Finale are Mille Miglia EVO5's & as he said they have been discontinued.

I had a set of these on my Blue Fino & loved them so much that I got a 2nd set before they discontinued making them.

The 1st year the Solstice was shown at the car shows, it had these same wheels on it. In fact at the Chicago auto show that year Pontiac had the same wheels on 2 other prototye cars. I think the reason they were taken off the market is because Pontiac wanted that design. That notes, the wheels on the production Solstice are ever so slightly different in the shape of the spokes.

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Bump for 88GT

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Man, this thread is "popping" tonight! More, more, more!!!

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did you start it with the tubing on there? I would like to here what a V8 flag pole sounds like!
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Whatever happened to the choptop #22 car and owner ??

It was a black GT.

Archie are you at liberty to disclose his PFF name or maybe someone else knows him ?

Just curious how his car is coming along and what his plans are for it.

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Originally posted by exoticse:
Whatever happened to the choptop #22 car and owner ??

It was a black GT.

Archie are you at liberty to disclose his PFF name or maybe someone else knows him ?

Just curious how his car is coming along and what his plans are for it.


#22 black GT = #22 IMSA choptop (troyboy)

before


now

using a set of curly's rims in this pic for a test fit of his 19" rims.

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Sorry getting my numbers mixed up. It was another very recent fastback choptop that was also black.

Archie showed a picture of the guy in front of his shop doing the curley pose. Going by the list i believe it was #17 ?


ARCHIE CHOP TOPS>>>>>>

001. Great Blue Choptop (GBCT) ....................Aug 1998
002. Purple Pavement Eater (notchback)......... 1998 (Finished at Archie's shop by Archie and NIFE Volunteers)
003. 246 Dino Replica for a guy in Indiana.............. 11-13-98
004. PFF ChopTop ..................................... 11-20-98 (new owner Exoticse 2005)
005. Vasquar ............................................. 9-1-00
006. Steve in Rockford IL..................................... May 2001
007. Stinger .......................................Jan 2002
008. PFF GMGW3 Cary ......................... Sept 2002
009. Gun Metal GT fastback Tacoma Washington ..Oct. 2002
010. PFF Jim's 88 GT Jim Albright ................June 2003
011. Silver Choptop Curley.................. fall 2003
012. Chester's Dirty Rat Rob D............. Oct 2003
013. Black Death GT-X ........... Mar. 2004
014. Proud-1 Jscott1 ................... July 2004
015. Curley's widebody................sept 2004?
016. Dowdian's Sharona..................December 2004?
017. Black 85 Fastback LS1
018. Bob's "SideWider" a.k.a Stinger clone
019. Will-Martin's Formula
020. MadCurl Project #3
021 New project for V8Archie
022 IMSA Chop top - Troy Boy from New York
023 Dr. CPU from Mississauga, ON

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What's the cradle on this car? It looks modified. Or is this just an 88 cradle? (Own an 86 and never had a good look at an 88)

Matt

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Lot's of activity. I hope these are only test dummies in the back. It needs at least another 3" towards the lip

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Lot's of activity. I hope these are only test dummies in the back. It needs at least another 3" towards the lip



Primarly test mule for the front. The rears, he's going wide, much, much wider!

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Archie, it looks like the Viagra in the gas tank of the silver notchie is working!

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Hey Archie are you ready to make a submission yet of any of your project cars? I know you have plenty of stuff but I guess you haven't had time to make a complete submission! We really do look forward to it and I think it will help the e-zine and you get exposure. Wish you could have made it to Fieros at Carlisle so we could have taken some pictures of our own, oh well. Keep me posted, email me!

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023 Dr. CPU from Mississauga, ON













Archie

Oh, forgot the Curley pose.......

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Wow, congratulations Dr.Cpu.

I believe this is canada's first choptop ?

Damn the choptops are just mad sexy !!

Okay that's it ! This has lit a fire,..time to get off my duff and get things moving.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/057157.html

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looks great!

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I believe this is canada's first choptop ?


Mine has a canadian engine...does that count???

It looks good...I miss mine already, going to be at least 5 weeks before I can drive it again

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Hmm...I wonder who's next? 24-25th chopper?

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Here's a pic - safe at home. Man-o-man - does she ever scoot!

Archie - promise no stories about my first attempt at loading the TAZ at your place!

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DrCPU,

you should bring the car out to Mapleview (burlington) this wednesday!

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I think I have a chop in my future, Photoshopped version of my car as I want it in my sig. NICE

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Here's a pic - safe at home. Man-o-man - does she ever scoot!

Archie - promise no stories about my first attempt at loading the TAZ at your place!

Dave



Glad to see you made it okay. Did you haul it or drive it home? Any hint as-to future build-up?

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I use a car carrier behind my Chevy 1500HD. Drove it from London to home... hmmmmmm good.

It's Wednesaday - calling for big thunder bangers tonight. What time does everyone meet at mapleview?

I'm out Cambridge way and can make it - but would prefer a day when it isn't pouring down like crap....

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Will be posting most new stuff either in "Choptop Chronicles" or "TAZMNDVL Build" thread....

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Dr. CPU

I think it would be safe to show up at the mapleview shows around 5 - 5:30? It runs pretty late and I'm usually there around 6:30 because of work.

The last few wednesdays have been crappy for weather, hopefully the next will be better!

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Hmm. "What's up at Archie's"? I see Archie is having fun at the Dells show:


Archie who drove his V8 Solstice.

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Archie check your PM.

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