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Anyone get a link to the PPE listing on Autotrader?? I can't find it.

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Anyone get a link to the PPE listing on Autotrader?? I can't find it.


Go to www.autotrader.com
Use 97140 as the zip code
Select used cars
Select 1986 Pontiac Fiero.

It will be the first ad.

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Thanks found it just a sec ago. I agree...crappy pics. I also don't like the new rims! That sure is a nice car though. It has such a great history, I hope it goes to a good home. I am pretty sure it didn't sell for $19k a while back though

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Remember this one?

 
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Rodney Booth's "Sidewinder"





We built this car last year for Rodney Booth. Well He's put the finishing touches on it and asked me if I wanted to post the 1st pictures of it.................. How fast can I say YES!!!!!!!











He says he has more pics, let's encourage him to post more of them.

Boy, I need another Coupe Chop Top.

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Whoa !

That is nice !

Then again you wouldn't expect anything but the best from Rodney

Archie, did you guys do the interior ?? Wow.

Uhhh Rodney more pics pleasssssssssssssssse !!!

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Archie, did you guys do the interior ?? Wow.



No we didn't, Rodney is the one who made it look so nice.

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I really dig that interior color scheme, and that red is beautiful, but it looks like he needs to lower it some.

I have a question about the doors. The only way to open them from the inside is with a button, right? Is the button disabled somehow when the car is moving? I imagine it would be disasterous if the door popped opened at speed. The wind would catch it and throw it open... Not good.

They look cool, though, that's for sure!

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This is a sweet car. I always liked the notch back the best. But chopped this looks great.

Archie you guys do great work.

Now a question on the interior, Looks like from Pisa? Iím interested in the dash piece. Anybody know?

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I imagine it would be disasterous if the door popped opened at speed. The wind would catch it and throw it open... Not good.


They don't call them suicide doors for nothing!!

That is beautiful, I hope to see it in person some day.

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Yes, the dash looks to be a Euro Dash from Pisa.

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Hey, I like those seat belts.

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I couldn't find the picture posting instructions! I sent Archie six more shots so maybe he will be kind enough to post them for me....

The dash is Pisa's Eurodash. I bought the fiberglass blanks because I didn't like the quality of the vinyl material they were using and had them covered at a local custom rod shop. The Pisa kit has some drawbacks and is not totally engineered right. But it looks good and makes me feel like I'm sitting in a Ferrari. The entire interior is covered in leather and really feels plush.

I wanted to lower the car some more, however the RCC shocks have a 3" throw on them and right now I am riding on 1" of usable shock. It is no fun hitting a bump and having the shock bottom out! I guess this will be an on going research project to find a shock with 4 to 5" of throw.

The suicide doors are really cool. Archie's system disables the door electronics while the engine is running and as long as the springs that hold the latch piston are strong, the door can't open. You get a lot of second looks with the suicide doors opening with door poppers.

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Rodney are you coming to Daytona 2007 ??

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????? When are the dates?

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????? When are the dates?


THe exact date has not been announced yet, but it is annually in March.

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????? When are the dates?


It's usually D7 is held on the 3rd week of March. How far is your location from Daytona?

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Beautiful western North Carolina. (Did you notice the leaves in the pics?) D7 sounds like it coincides with Spring Break. It is a much shorter run than you have, MC. Are you going?

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MC. Are you going?


The Super Chopper Friends and I have been secretly comtemplating D7. I'd be ready to roll if we have a good showing. The only other super friend near you is Jim88GT. Thus so far, The Super Friends are being held hostage by kriptonite (causes lead-in-the-pants) by various obsticles like (turtle shops---paint shop, engine swap shop), and lite wallet issues, hehe.

I'm still waiting on #014, #019 & ShawnFL choptop owners which would make (4)... leaving Jim88GT, #004, Dirty Rat, Dr. CPU, and Archie--- a total of (8) choptops.

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Very Very Nice! The leather really adds a nice touch.

As MC said - I'm planning on making the trip to D7. If we get a nice "hole" of clear weather the week before - then I'll drive mine down, otherwise I'll be towing it somewhere south until I can find a PFF member where I can leave the truck and trailer combo for a week - and will drive the rest of the way in the TAZ to D7.

On the shocks - I'm talking with RCC (Russell) and they are talking with Archie. There are different coils you can use. Makes for a stiffer ride - but less bottom outs. RCC used to use shocks (from carrera) that had adjustments on them (dampening etc) but now the company wasa bought by another and now the shocks are one size fits all - without the adjustment option. Only other option is a stronger spring. Sounds like Russell and Archie know each other very well. RCC had other options - but first I need to figure out what Archie ordered for springs...

I've only included the very basics from my chat with Russell - I'll let you know how things shake out in the next week as Russell and Archie get talking.... I get more info etc...

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Rodney, BEAUTIFUL job on the euro interior ! When I did mine, i used only the top of the console and left the big lower piece out.

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Hey Archie, Hows chop #24 doing , any pics?

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Hey Archie, Hows chop #24 doing , any pics?


Installing the 1/4 windows later today & it's done.

I'll take some pics as soon as we can rinse it off.

We did the Black trim inside & put black headliner material on the fiberglass headliner.

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The Super Chopper Friends and I have been secretly comtemplating D7. I'd be ready to roll if we have a good showing. The only other super friend near you is Jim88GT. Thus so far, The Super Friends are being held hostage by kriptonite (causes lead-in-the-pants) by various obsticles like (turtle shops---paint shop, engine swap shop), and lite wallet issues, hehe.

I'm still waiting on #014, #019 & ShawnFL choptop owners which would make (4)... leaving Jim88GT, #004, Dirty Rat, Dr. CPU, and Archie--- a total of (8) choptops.



I won't be able to make D7 - building a new house has the chopper back burnered for a while. Enjoyed D5 and I was the lone chopper at D6

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and I was the lone chopper at D6

Jim


We did have at least three of the Super Chopper Friends at D6, just that two of us didn't have our cars with us!

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Hey Archie, Hows chop #24 doing , any pics?


How's this look?







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All in one piece,and chopped. The only thing missing is the Curlly pose!!! Man is it cold here
Have a Great Day
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WOW !! Thats Awsome !!
I will do the Curly pose when I pick it up, promise. I will call you tomorrow about a possible Saturday pick up Archie, and thanks again.

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WOW !! Thats Awsome !!
I will do the Curly pose when I pick it up, promise. I will call you tomorrow about a possible Saturday pick up Archie, and thanks again.



Looks darn Good! Hopefully you'll be at next years CTHC but in a chopper!

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He picked it up this morning.......... I think they really are cold in this picture.....



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Any future "mod" plans for #024?

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I would like to lower the suspension some . Get the body work done and paint it and then SUPERCHARGE it ! Once I blow the motor up I will consider having a v-8 done

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Pics dang nab bit! We ain't getting any younger you know, hehe.

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Pics dang nab bit! We ain't getting any younger you know, hehe.


Well here I am picking up my new ride



Here my wife is taking a picture of the car on our way home.



Here I wanted to see how big of a person I could get into the car...This Is Taylor on the right and his brother Jordan on the left . They are 6' 4 and 6' 3. Taylor got into the car with no problem. His butt was just a little bit forward so his head would not be cocked to one side. He likes small cars and drives a new Miata.



I will post more pics when I get paint on it .

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Plz, get some paint on it
Gary
Stay warm!!!!

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Way too cool. Thanks for posting pics!


What color are you painting the chopper?

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I am thinking silver . What kind of silver is your chop Curly?

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I am thinking silver . What kind of silver is your chop Curly?


BMW 2002 silver.

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Here I wanted to see how big of a person I could get into the car...This Is Taylor on the right and his brother Jordan on the left . They are 6' 4 and 6' 3. Taylor got into the car with no problem. His butt was just a little bit forward so his head would not be cocked to one side. He likes small cars and drives a new Miata.
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He he! If you like to drive with the knees on your ears you may fit even Shaquile

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Another Happy Ending!

Excellent looking chop you have there Corners!! I'm ready glad it all worked out for ya!

I did a few hours on my new scoop today. Will post the pics from my office tomorrow!!!

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Hey, Archie. Any V8's [swaps] cookin' at the shop?

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