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We Build a Perfect Union by Archie
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Russ, it's Perfect Union. Troy can tell you where I came up with that name.

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The perfect union of parts, mods, and ideas, for a Union Guy. We were wondering when someone was going to ask that question.

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The perfect union of parts, mods, and ideas, for a Union Guy. We were wondering when someone was going to ask that question.


uhhhhh hu............... whatever........ it's making my eyes water.


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Time to start thinking about a new wheel
option #1
If I go with black leather and wood interior theme



option #2
If I go with a black leather and steel interior theme

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I vote #2

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I like number one without the wood.

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Well, make sure that you get a diameter and thickness that doesn't block your view of the instruments. I went through much trial testing when I did my interior swap and the steering wheel rim STILL blocks my view of the speedo and tach (I have the PISA Euro-interior)

Something else you may consider is installing a "back-up" alarm that beeps when you get too close to an object while backing up. It would be a shame to scrape all the beautiful work Archie & crew are doing ...

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Well, make sure that you get a diameter and thickness that doesn't block your view of the instruments. I went through much trial testing when I did my interior swap and the steering wheel rim STILL blocks my view of the speedo and tach (I have the PISA Euro-interior)

Something else you may consider is installing a "back-up" alarm that beeps when you get too close to an object while backing up. It would be a shame to scrape all the beautiful work Archie & crew are doing ...



thanks for the info, that is definitely something to consider when buying a steering wheel. As for the "back-up alarm" I have that covered, I will be installing one for the back and one in the front for those high curbs.

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If you're big like me, you'll have a "tight" fit using a 13" round sterring wheel. IMO it's better to purchase a newer style sterring wheel that has a flat area or isn't 100% round. The style that's in Dave's GBCT is better. I don't know if you'll find a newer style in a combo wood/leather that's not 100% round? I've wanted to change out #011's but, I don't want to buy another one, hehe.

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option #1 looks good...but without that wood.

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This could be one of the best fieros ever! 13" wide tires you guys are insane. Keep up the good work.

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BTW I like the use of Audi TT parts in the fiero.

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Thanks for all the input, you guys on pff have given me a lot of great ideas. That being said, the wood does not seem to be a hit on the wheel. But what about wood going down the center console ( starting from the top near the radio and air vents and on the center console piece that has the buttons and goes up near the sub) I'm torn between wood and brushed aluminum.



The tan piece in this pic would be wood or brushed aluminum, and the gray base that houses the sub, and the dash are going to be black leather.

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I like my rosewood stearing wheel alot.

This is the only picture I have of it

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Please no wood in the interior. Definitely does not suit the character of the car.

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Troy, you might wanna check out these back-up alarms :

http://www.poronusa.com/index1.htm

They both indicate the distance to the object instead of just beeping. I have (2) of the voice units on my kitcar - one for the front and one for the back (great minds DO think alike)

As far as wood vs. aluminum, al the sports cars have brushed aluminum to look Hi-tech; wood is more old-school and elegant, like the jags have always had - and some of THEIR models are actually losing the wood for aluminum...

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no wood!!!!!!! Carbon Fiber!!!!!!!!

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looking good!
The combo of parts blends nicely...good work and thinking overthere

 
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But what about wood going down the center console ( starting from the top near the radio and air vents and on the center console piece that has the buttons and goes up near the sub) I'm torn between wood and brushed aluminum.

The tan piece in this pic would be wood or brushed aluminum, and the gray base that houses the sub, and the dash are going to be black leather.


 
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As far as wood vs. aluminum, al the sports cars have brushed aluminum to look Hi-tech; wood is more old-school and elegant, like the jags have always had - and some of THEIR models are actually losing the wood for aluminum...


Dont like the traditional wood either...but what if you choose some common wood(look) like white maple

Trick may be to make wood look almost like it isnt wood...
add some clearcoat with glitters and your done
Or some half-transparant overlay film with some tech-texture or CF texture...real CF or brushed aluminium instead may look look cool too...Anyway, whatever theme you decide to use on the midconsole or dash, try to incorporate the same theme/material carefully on the doorpanels or other parts to make the interior as a whole work as a union too...
sorry for the blabla hehe

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Please no wood in the interior. Definitely does not suit the character of the car.



I disagree, wood can look great in the fiero, just don't need alot of it.

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maybe one the trim, a few parts in wood? Wood never really looks good in a car, unless its done right. I think the brushed alum. would be great, but is it too shiney? maybe a mix between the two?

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This is the link that shows the "FX Sheeting Laminates" options. Look around this site it has a lot of great products that could be used in our cars.
http://www.alsacorp.com/products/salesaccessories/alsa_deluxe_laminates_spk.htm

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i say brushed aluminum as the car has that kind of feel to it.............. it would look nice that way

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I am about ready for some new pics !


 
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How bout' some new pics? We ain't getting any younger you know, hehe.

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Could someone please Photoshop this idea for me.

using this pic

and this one


change the nose using this as a draft.


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Thanks fourpoint9

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ya know, it looks great, but with the changes you keep making, I wonder if I will live long enough to see this car finished!!


tho I suspect it will be done long before I get mine repainted... so I should just shut up

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ya know, it looks great, but with the changes you keep making, I wonder if I will live long enough to see this car finished!!


tho I suspect it will be done long before I get mine repainted... so I should just shut up


Archie is working on a couple of mods on the car now, but this should be the last one .

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Archie is working on a couple of mods on the car now, but this should be the last one .


Yeah, there's not a lot more we can change. Unless......... we go back and change things we've already changed ...........

Woo, need to think about that.

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whats new Archie?

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Please no wood in the interior. Definitely does not suit the character of the car.



I think that with the right color scheme, wood can work quite nicely in a Fiero:



I do wish the wheel matched the dash inserts... and that I'd have time to paint the upper dash portion black... and some new carpet... But it can certainly be done nicely as long as the exterior color compliments it (Green, Red, Burgundy, Darker Blues, Black, etc).

That being said... with the orange paint, I'd much rather see a cream or off-white leather used in this car - maybe with some (very) small color-matched orange accents. In which case some nice metal (brushed, not polished) accents along with black would also work just fine.

Coming along nicely!

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i wouldn't do wood there. i have one in my convertible, but i'm thinking sort of neo-classic with that. this is about the only pic of it here on the forum...

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Archives/Archive-000002/HTML/20030204-1-019647.html


i was playing with a detatchable steering wheel adapter you might like though, to add to the "high tech" factor. your car seems too high techy (that's a technical term) styled for wood.

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This should give you wood.

We've finally finalized exactly what the front & back ends of this car are going to look like when they're done. We also have recieved almost all of the major parts it's going to take to finish the outside of the car.

Today I feel like we've made the last turn & are moving into the home stretch.

Here's a few pics from today as we are doing limited work on the nose until the last of the lights gets here. Then it's full speed ahead.

Also we are working on the new backend & we began the wiring on the interior today.

I'll be on the road all day tomorrow, on a trip to pick up some new transmissions, so the report on tomorrow's progress will be Thursday morning.

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what is that third photo?

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I'm wondering the same thing, a mistake maybe, or will some part of it find its place on the perfect union?

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what is that third photo?



That's the nose of a Ferrari F-40 kit we also make.

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that's what it looked like. Just didn't understand why it was there. Guess I will have to wait and see.

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New pics ??

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That's the nose of a Ferrari F-40 kit we also make.


So its just a little product placement or does it actually have something to do with the car?

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A popular "urban legend" back in the olden days (the '60's) was that people watching TV were susceptible to subliminal messages. According to the legend, producers of TV shows could insert a single frame of a product in the video tape of the TV show & people would be inspired to go out & buy that product.

I know that it worked because after every episode of Bonanza I took a Bayer Asprin.

So I'm experimenting to see if that still works.

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