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Originally posted by Fiero5:

Yeah man, we want to see pics of the rat
Show us some new pics Arch
Please?

Are you just going thread2thread asking for pic's..?? hehehe Sowwy I had to say it!
See:
Yeah smooth, show us updated pics man
Whatcha been doing, huh?

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Over the weekend another V-8 Fiero left ourshop for it's new home.

We didn't do the paint job and the customer is going to finish the interior ...... We installed the Lingenfelter LT1

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I know people are asking for pictures of Rob's car. Originally the schedule for that car was a 3 week schedule starting 2 weeks after it arrived at our place. As it turned out, we had a couple of days where we could work on it before going back to other scheduled work including Jim's car and this LT1 car.

We will rejoin Rob's car as it progresses. So stay tuned.

Here are the last pics of the LT1 car that left over the weekend.

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hey archie, have you thought of having some air intake tubes made up like skitime had his done so you could place the filter near the side scoop instead of in the engine compartment for your LT1 conversions?

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hey archie, have you thought of having some air intake tubes made up like skitime had his done so you could place the filter near the side scoop instead of in the engine compartment for your LT1 conversions?

Yeah I know you're trying to help. But you know, just about anyone can make up a tube to take the air from just about anywhere you want to get it. However, that little opening in the side vent isn't going to pass enough air to directly feed a SBC.

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maybe you could enlarge the hole I think that if you could get enough air in there it would be a good seller, especially with the reversed intakes

The paint on that car is wild, but i think the engine is wilder! What are the specs on the lingenfelter LT1?

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I know this is off topic but what kind of rims are those on that fiero with the wild paint job?

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I know this is off topic but what kind of rims are those on that fiero with the wild paint job?


I second that question ! Tight rims !!

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OK I'm back! What a friggen week from hell. So Archie...where ARE the pics??

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Picking up something like that has to be an unforgetable experience. Nice car getting even better

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OK I'm back! What a friggen week from hell. So Archie...where ARE the pics??

Well you came back just in time.

We got all the welding done today and tomorrow afternoon the Glass guy will be here to install the rear window. then we final install the rear clip and the roof section and he comes back to re-install the Windshield.

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I know this is off topic but what kind of rims are those on that fiero with the wild paint job?

Yeah I know, the wheels look great. But I can't tell you exactly what they are, I never really bothered to look. The customer had them dropped shipped to me and we put them on.

Sorry

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Well you came back just in time.

We got all the welding done today and tomorrow afternoon the Glass guy will be here to install the rear window. then we final install the rear clip and the roof section and he comes back to re-install the Windshield.

Archie

Sweet! So I didn't miss anything!

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Bump to the top cause I'm impatient...

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here, ill bump it for ya rob because like you, i also am impatient!

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Well, on Friday the glass installer came by and installed the rear window. We then put the rear clip & the forward roof section on for the last time. Monday the glass guy comes back to reinstall Rob's windshield.

We'll also be working on installing the rocker panels on Monday & Tuesday and working on lowering the seats. Then we can put the interior back together.

As you can see the Chop Top is a very extensive modification & can't be thrown together overnight if it's going to be right.

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Hey Archie...Question(s). The rear clip, I notice that the color is burgandy, are you modifing them earier so as to speed-up the progress? Or did the owner wanted to change it because of a previous damage?

Also is it possible to extend the rear clip by (8-12) inches and adding additional piece along with the rear bumper? Maybe its just me but, I think it would look good to add to the rear (like the 89 concept). The rear clip where the lights are housed could be sectioned off, molding a piece between the light housing and the cut rear. The bumper brackets could be extended or maybe metal tubing between the frame and the original bumber. Likewise for the lower rear panel. I now it sounds like a "major pipe dream" but it would be an addition to your work.

I have been thinking about this for some time now and I notice that someone on PFF is doing it now, however he is modifing the whole rear frame to house a N* with a Porshe trans axle (I think) along with the plastic rear sides. But the concept is there.
Btw...keep-up the good work.

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Chester you better watch him He is makeing your car burgandy

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Hey Archie, I see my 4-seater I made has now pasted from me to-rod-to-you, just wondering since the topic said "What up at Archie's" so I was just wondering what was the plans for it! You know: engine swap(v8)? make it look like stock gt 4-seater? strip all the body panels and make a kit car stretch? Just want to know your ideas beause I would like to see me project/dream that I started come to a finish!

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Hey Archie...Question(s). The rear clip, I notice that the color is burgandy, are you modifing them earier so as to speed-up the progress? Or did the owner wanted to change it because of a previous damage?

Oh oh, I know the answer to this one! There was damage on Chester's old quarter.

Archie - did the steering wheel arrive yet?

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Originally posted by FIERO JOHN-WI:

Hey Archie, I see my 4-seater I made has now pasted from me to-rod-to-you, just wondering since the topic said "What up at Archie's" so I was just wondering what was the plans for it! You know: engine swap(v8)? make it look like stock gt 4-seater? strip all the body panels and make a kit car stretch? Just want to know your ideas beause I would like to see me project/dream that I started come to a finish!

HeHe, yeah...... Every year at the Dell's Show you guys kept telling us that your limo would be at the Dell's the next year. I know several people have started to build Fiero Limos, but I've never seen anyone driving one. They just never seem to get finished.

You can bet this one is going to get a V-8. I'm planning to put a swimming pool in the back with a full service bar.

You can plan on seeing it at the Dell's show next Spring.

Also Boomer is right about the rear clip and the new wheel did come in.

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Bump this sucka to the top for some more pics!

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You can bet this one is going to get a V-8. I'm planning to put a swimming pool in the back with a full service bar.

Hmmm... wouldn't you actually want to put the pool & bar up front? The engine still needs to be in the back! LOL

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Originally posted by Archie:

Yeah I know, the wheels look great. But I can't tell you exactly what they are, I never really bothered to look. The customer had them dropped shipped to me and we put them on.

Sorry

Archie


Thanks anyway Archie, ...if you do by any chance happen to talk with this customer again for some reason could you please ask him about the rims ?

I am very curious !


P.S. The guy (Mike) from Dayton, whose fieros you saw while on the innerstate, is working on my fiero today. I will mention to him that you inquired about him and his place and refer him to the thread.

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A question for you Archie, how do you lower the seats? Any pictures?

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hey chester are u having it painted there at archies or some were else, and what color are you going to go with?

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A question for you Archie, how do you lower the seats? Any pictures?

Don't quote me on this, but I think I read before, that he basically just flattens out the floor more where the seat tracks sit.

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Originally posted by avengador1:

A question for you Archie, how do you lower the seats? Any pictures?

I show a bunch of detail on lowering the seatc in my Stinger buildup thread. See Sig. below.

Archie

BTW, I took a bunch of pics today and then left the camera and the pics at the shop when I came home.

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hey chester are u having it painted there at archies or some were else, and what color are you going to go with?

I'm going to paint it myself and don't think I'll get to it till the spring. It will go back to black.

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Hey Archie,
Elvira here... I am almost as anxious as Chester to see some new pics of his/our #1 Fiero! Anything new???

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I'm going to paint it myself and don't think I'll get to it till the spring. It will go back to black.

Rob D.

A black choptop? oh myy.. that will be soooo sharp, and a first! Ive had dark color cars in the past but the dust and water spots drove me batty! not good for anal me hehe. (one of the reasons I went white) just keep it parked in the shade I would have never gussed 4 months ago that you were going to chop yours also. Your going to love it! The OMG factor is about a 9.5 with the public, Its Indian summer here now and have had mine out a bit more,,, stopping for gas is always a intresting event with all the rubber neckers looking it over

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So where gonna have to wait till spring? Okay Archie please take a good side pic and let the photo-shop techs take it from there, he,he.

MinngreenGt, Reality are you there? Were going to need your assistance for this one.

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Originally posted by Elvira:

Hey Archie,
Elvira here... I am almost as anxious as Chester to see some new pics of his/our #1 Fiero! Anything new???

Well these pics are from yesterday. We got a lot more of the body work done today but late today when I went out to take pics. they had the car cover on it for the night.

Except for mounting up the rocker panels, almost all of the bodywork will be done by tomorrow.

We also got the Windshield installed on Monday.

Also, Rob: You gotta put a Shroud around this Fan..... otherwise it's just going to circulate the same air and run hot.

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Wow, I just noticed that the rat doesn't have sunroof. Not earthshattering or anything, just wow. Looks absolutely great though archie. Chester, I'm jealous.

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Edit: Archie, I was looking at Fino pictures and was wondering if you've ever thought about doing a Fino Choptop...

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Well these pics are from yesterday. We got a lot more of the body work done today but late today when I went out to take pics. they had the car cover on it for the night.

Hmm, for a guy that uses the term "we" a lot, how come there's no pics of you actually working? j/k

Actually, I'm very impressed at how fast this is coming along!

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you know a fino chop-top would look really sweet. especially with the layed back windsheild and it lower about 2-3 inches. I think that should be your next project someone wanna photoshop that??

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Thanks for the update pics Archie!
I'll shroud the fan if needed.

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So where gonna have to wait till spring? Okay Archie please take a good side pic and let the photo-shop techs take it from there, he,he.

MinngreenGt, Reality are you there? Were going to need your assistance for this one.

Hmmm... that sounds like fun Something like this maybe?

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Hmmm... just dropped this one into the "Spy Pics" Topic... figured it might be humorous to drop in here as well.

Time for some new shirts Archie?

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Report this Post10-09-2003 12:46 PM Click Here to See the Profile for madcurlClick Here to Email madcurlSend a Private Message to madcurlEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

The photo-shop Choptop is looking pretty sweet MinngreenGT. After seing it photo-shop, the question is: Can Chester wait until spring to paint it now?

Thanks Archie for keeping this thread alive!

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