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What's Up at Archie's by Archie
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Originally posted by Danyel:

Hello Archie
Got a question for ya ..... I noticed the GBCT got a set of Kahines style corvette tail lights. Can you tell me what you do with the old fastback tail lights? I've been searching for a good L/H tail light for almost a year now.



I think you're talking about the Red one (Chop Top #13). Those tail lights were in the car when I got it years ago.

I don't have any "good" tail light assemblies here.

Sorry

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Originally posted by FierociousGT:

Took you forever...


No, it only took a day to do it.

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No, it only took a day to do it.

Glad to hear that. I'm sure you will have lots of demand for that G6 (F40) 3800 kit if the price is right. May want to advertise it on the 3800 forums.


EDIT:
Where did that 3800 come out from? That has coils near plug coils on it. To my knowledge no 3800 was release in the US with that. Wonder if it is either a Holden or maybe a Canadian engine?

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Noticed that too, but I found this:

http://www.theautoshop.net/TrofeoEngine2.htm

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Noticed that too, but I found this:

http://www.theautoshop.net/TrofeoEngine2.htm


Pretty good, you found him.

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Some people will like this & some won't, but we updated the decklid area by installing one of our rear spoilers & removed the wing.




As a spiritual owner of the GBCT I have a keen interest in it as well. My car was built as a homage to the Great Blue Chop Top, but I see now their paths are diverging a bit. I intend to keep my 5 inch tall spoiler, as I find it has better visibility.

Dave, do you intend to lower it in the back with the coilovers? I always liked the way it was taller in the back, kind of old school with that look.

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Dave, do you intend to lower it in the back with the coil-overs? I always liked the way it was taller in the back, kind of old school with that look.


Yes....there are coil-overs on the back now. I am dropping it a little, I can aways take it back up if I don't like it. I still haven't decided if I will change the wheels or not. I like the look of a 17" in front and 18" in back. I won't go bigger then 18's all around.
I think the car is ready to pick up, I need to call Archie to find out for sure.......last time I talked to him I asked him to get it aligned up there for me.

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Originally posted by FierociousGT:

Glad to hear that. I'm sure you will have lots of demand for that G6 (F40) 3800 kit if the price is right. May want to advertise it on the 3800 forums.


EDIT:
Where did that 3800 come out from? That has coils near plug coils on it. To my knowledge no 3800 was release in the US with that. Wonder if it is either a Holden or maybe a Canadian engine?



"Next the 2000 Chevy Vortec 5300 coils had to be installed. Luckily, the used coils came with the stock brackets, which could be heavily modified to fit on the 3800."

http://www.theautoshop.net/TrofeoEngine2.htm

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Update on Chop Top #26

http://www.kodakgallery.com...383338308:1140933000

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Update on Chop Top #26

http://www.kodakgallery.com...383338308:1140933000

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Nice, love the paint job.

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Nice, love the paint job.


Yeah, I like the sunroof paintjob.

He's not active on the Internet but I know he still plans to lower the car.

I'd like to see better pics of the paint they did. Hopefully, he'll send me some more pics when he gets the car outside in the light.

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Archie i am still curious,..how the heck did he find out about choptops or your shop without the net ??

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Maybe he saw Archie's SuperBowl commercial.
...or was that Budweiser?

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Archie i am still curious,..how the heck did he find out about choptops or your shop without the net ??


I said he's not active on the Internet, but he isn't dead.

Remember back in the olden days when car guys used to interact via Car Shows, Club newsletters, magazines, telephone, word of mouth etc.

That stuff is still going on.

In the old days, if you wanted to insult someone, you had to be man enough do it to his face. Now, thanks to the Internet, you can hide behind a keyboard & insult people you don't even know or have never even met.

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In the old days, if you wanted to insult someone, you had to be man enough do it to his face. Now, thanks to the Internet, you can hide behind a keyboard & insult people you don't even know or have never even met.

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That's a nice looking Fiero, job well done. #26 That is
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Update on Chop Top #26

http://www.kodakgallery.com...383338308:1140933000

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Interesting and different... nice job.

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Ok, here's a question or 2. I read in another thread that there was some info in this thread about the F40 6 spd. I can't find it but I'm also half blind and dislexic. Here's a question. What do I need to put a F40 6 spd in my 86 Coupe? I already have the Archie kit installed with a carbed 350 and a 4 spd. Is it a matter of clutch and axles? Mounts too? Shifter I'm sure. Maybe some shift cables? Or is it more entailed? Going to the Archie web site to get educated. Thanks in advance.

Doh..... Never mind I found my answers on the website.

Pat

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



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One of my customers EMailed me a few days ago.

He said that his V-8 Fiero is going to be on the Speed Channel's Power Block Gearz TV show in March.

I don't know which weekend it'll be on but I'll post up when I fond out.

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Question:

To paint the glass Sun/moon roof panel does the glass have to be etched before you paint it? What is the process?

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Originally posted by Archie:

One of my customers EMailed me a few days ago.

He said that his V-8 Fiero is going to be on the Speed Channel's Power Block Gearz TV show in March.

I don't know which weekend it'll be on but I'll post up when I fond out.

Archie


I have always loved watching your shop's work being done. Power Block is a great time just to sit back, relax, and watch some car shows. It will be nice to see an Archie creation on a screen that is not attached to a keyboard.

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Question:

To paint the glass Sun/moon roof panel does the glass have to be etched before you paint it? What is the process?


I don't know the process, but I do know that a couple of years ago GM announced that they (& some major paint company) had worked out an etching process.

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Archie the car looks totally amazing,..but out of curiousity did the owner ever discuss or consider trying to replicate the recent Muira Concept Car ?

Would the body design have been too far off from the kit ?











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Archie the car looks totally amazing,..but out of curiousity did the owner ever discuss or consider trying to replicate the recent Muira Concept Car ?



No, that isn't what he wanted.

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

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Archie did ya get my PM concerning the electric water pump and my request?

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http://www.blackwidowfiero.com

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


Archie, I'm bored. Does your camera work? Please, amuse me with you're talented fiberglass skills and LS engine swaps.

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PFF Roadster is up for sale on Ebay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...tZUSQ5fCarsQ5fTrucks


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Finally getting back to work on some of my own stuff.

Working on ChopTop #21.........

There has been a lot of talk in various threads about how a MadArch WideBody wouldn't look good on a Notchie. I'm one of the people that was of that opinion.

If I could Photoshop, I'd Photoshop a Cho onto Chucks WideBody Notchie. But, I'm no good at Photoshop, so we kinda mocked it up today.





What do you all think?

Should I do it?

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Here ya go Archie.



I don't think it looks bad at all, but the fastback definatly looks better. I faced this same dilemma and am glad i made the decision i did.

On the flip side no one has done it yet, so that would be a first.

My vote is fastback.

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Here ya go Archie.



I don't think it looks bad at all, but the fastback definatly looks better. I faced this same dilemma and am glad i made the decision i did.

On the flip side no one has done it yet, so that would be a first.

My vote is fastback.



Thanks for the input & the Photoshop.

I'm also looking for someone who makes a Fiberglass GT front bumper who would like to have it displayed on the front of ChopTop #21.

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If it will help... Here are a few pics of the two wide bodies together...









Sorry if the angles are not perfect... these are just a few snap shots when i had both of the cars outside at the same time...
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All I can say that is just ****ING BADASH.... Great Job Archie...

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Show off


I was thinking more like what an embarrasment of riches !! hehehe

No sweat chuck i think we are all just jealous.

Archie both will look great, there is no wrong decision on this one !

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Archie both will look great, there is no wrong decision on this one !


Boy I'm glad you said that because we're already started.



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Sweeeet !

More please !!

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Keep up the work Archie, it will look good also.

Question: what is the latest on a Chop Top kit being introduced? We have some folks here in San Diego who would love to do a chop top here, and also order the MadArch Widebody kit. Any new developments with this.

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Chop Top kits are now available http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/052650.html

The MadArch WideBody kit is on my web site http://www.v8archie.com/v8Archie/Prod12.htm

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Keep up the work Archie, it will look good also.

Question: what is the latest on a Chop Top kit being introduced? We have some folks here in San Diego who would love to do a chop top here, and also order the MadArch Widebody kit. Any new developments with this.


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