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We Build a Perfect Union by Archie
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Originally posted by XzotikGT:

Troy, where did you get your door popping kit from? I got my handles shaved, and been looking for something to do with the interior for buttons, and it would be nice to have a backup battery.



Archie installs the kit, not sure about the battery backup but it will have a manual override.

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How about some more modern looking HVAC controls. I see all these nice bodies and V8s and custom interiors happening, but they all end up having the ugly 80s HVAC controls, right next to the $1000 Alpine DVD screens. It just takes away from the whole interior.

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Ive never really looked into how the controls worked, how hard would it be to convert the 80's style hvac controls up to something more modern? Whats involved?

-I cant wait to see this car finished, this is so cool.

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If you guys do a SEARCH, you'll find out that changing the HVAC controls is probably the hardest thing anyone has tried to do on a fiero. A FEW people have done it, but not many. That would be better than wasting space in this thread bringing up an old issue ....

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Troyboy;

Do a search on the HVAC controls Riceburner put together. They are Ferrari 355 replica HVAC controls and I have purchased a set from him for my 355 kit. The setup is excellent and works on the Fiero HVAC system no problem. I have installed the setup in my car as a test dummy for him when he was setting everything up and everything worked very well.

It will really set off your interior very well and worth the few bucks it would cost to get it after all the work that has gone into your car already.

Actually, I just did a search on here and could not see the thread he had started. Here is a thread from the kitcar forum many of us frequent as well in our builds. There was a thread from some members talking about how to make a replacement HVAC unit and Riceburner kicked in about page 20 or so.

The link below is from page 25 on where Riceburner shows his finished product. There was some discussion later in the thread where the A/C was not working on one member's car and I have not yet had the opportunity to start up my A/C as my dash has not been in my car for several years.... I am pretty sure it has all been corrected though.

Should be worth a chat with Riceburner.

http://www.kitcarsforum.com/index.php?PHPSESSID=go8gird5tmj4qrl3h2pn652177&topic=4103.360

One thing I just found out about the kitcar forum as I could not see anyof my pics up on the forum is that you have to sign in as a member to see the pics. Sorry. If someone wants to grab a pic of the HVAC console off that thread, and post here that would be great. I have never been able to post here for whatever reason.

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Originally posted by 355Fiero:

Troyboy;

Do a search on the HVAC controls Riceburner put together. They are Ferrari 355 replica HVAC controls and I have purchased a set from him for my 355 kit. The setup is excellent and works on the Fiero HVAC system no problem. I have installed the setup in my car as a test dummy for him when he was setting everything up and everything worked very well.

It will really set off your interior very well and worth the few bucks it would cost to get it after all the work that has gone into your car already.

Actually, I just did a search on here and could not see the thread he had started. Here is a thread from the kitcar forum many of us frequent as well in our builds. There was a thread from some members talking about how to make a replacement HVAC unit and Riceburner kicked in about page 20 or so.

The link below is from page 25 on where Riceburner shows his finished product. There was some discussion later in the thread where the A/C was not working on one member's car and I have not yet had the opportunity to start up my A/C as my dash has not been in my car for several years.... I am pretty sure it has all been corrected though.

Should be worth a chat with Riceburner.

http://www.kitcarsforum.com/index.php?PHPSESSID=go8gird5tmj4qrl3h2pn652177&topic=4103.360

One thing I just found out about the kitcar forum as I could not see anyof my pics up on the forum is that you have to sign in as a member to see the pics. Sorry. If someone wants to grab a pic of the HVAC console off that thread, and post here that would be great. I have never been able to post here for whatever reason.

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Hmm.... very interesting, thanks for the info but I don't think it would fit the current setup. It looks like it requires more space than I have available. I will keep this info for my next fiero project.

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Troyboy;

I'll take measurements tonight of the HVAC switch panel but I am pretty sure that it is not any larger than the stock Fiero setup that you have under the Video screen. If it is any larger, it will be a bit taller but not much if at all.

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The rear bumper is finally taking shape.







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Archie you and your team are really doing an excellent job of executing troyboy's and Madcurl's pipe dreams.

Your guys are really talented.

I know time is money and paying customers come first but you should really turn them loose some time and see what kind of creative stuff they can come up with.

Things for you to sell of course !

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great job Archie!

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I think our Midway/Wendy's visit is paying off. It looks darn good even w/o paint and is 15% better now than it was when we left in Aug 2006.

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wow shes got a nice rear end

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wow shes got a nice rear end



I'm an "ass-man" myself!


Definitely looking good!

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where you going to mount the rear view camera ?

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Is it just me or does anyone else feel as if it would look better with a standard decklid?

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Is it just me or does anyone else feel as if it would look better with a standard decklid?


Relax, It's not done yet...... but when it is, I'll be happy to pay the bill.

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All I can say is wow. That is a work of art. But am I wrong in thinking that this needs to go into the Guiness Book for the worlds most expensive Fiero?

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That rear bumper kinda reminds me of those old dodge daytona bumpers. Looks good though

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Is it just me or does anyone else feel as if it would look better with a standard decklid?


Nah, gotta disagree, a standard decklid would be way too plain for this bar raising creation.



I think the decklid looks good, simlair to a scaled down Lamborghini diablo style.

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Troyboy;

The dimensions of the HVAC control panel are: 3" wide, 6" long and about 3/16" thick.

The additional control box is about 2" x 3" and can easily fit into the void under the various dash pieces. There is also a heater/vent flap control motor that fits on to the side of the heater box in behind any dash pieces.

Good luck with the rest of the build.

The car is looking fantastic.

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Originally posted by 355Fiero:

Troyboy;

The dimensions of the HVAC control panel are: 3" wide, 6" long and about 3/16" thick.

The additional control box is about 2" x 3" and can easily fit into the void under the various dash pieces. There is also a heater/vent flap control motor that fits on to the side of the heater box in behind any dash pieces.

Good luck with the rest of the build.

The car is looking fantastic.

Cheers
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Thanks for the info and research Don, trust me it will not go to waste.
Btw, did they ever fix the a/c problem?

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I think the decklid looks good, simlair to a scaled down Lamborghini diablo style.



Yeah, maybe just taking off the Whale Tail or going with a different style spoiler would suit my tastes more. It was just when the new rear bumper started to take shape that I thought something was off with the decklid. Up until then I was with the program. And my not liking the decklid is about like pointing out a crack in the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel

 
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Relax, It's not done yet...... but when it is, I'll be happy to pay the bill.



I'll be happy your the one paying the bill too

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A photoshop request, can someone please photoshop the Perfect Union in pearl yellow and then pearl yellow with black pearl rally stripes.

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that thing is hottness... can't wait till it shows up in ny.

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If you're a Union Busting Thug wandering the streets of New York late at night, you better begin worrying when you see this car behind you.......



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Because when it pulls up alongside of you, 3 big guys are going to jump out a strike a Pose for you.............

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Good work on the rear bumper, I didnt think you would pull it off but it came out looking great.

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Here are some pictures of the new tail, the new nose & the new profile......











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How would it look without a wing?









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How about a stock wing?.........













Ok Troy, how's that for a little New Year's cheer?

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So I am probably not the only one thinking this but
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when does it go to the paint shop?

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WOW Archie the car is looking great , and for the second wing lets go with stock wing with a familiar twist.......




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How would it look without a wing?


Better!
The stock wing matches real nice but I think the union looks more classy without a wing...it doesnt need it imho.

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I like the way it looks with both wings but I have to agree with Fie Ro it does look the best without a wing. But it's Troyboy's choice and I am sure he will make the right one as he has done with the rest of the project.

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Better!
The stock wing matches real nice but I think the union looks more classy without a wing...it doesnt need it imho.


I see your point, but it would still need at least a lip like on curlys #15

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WOW Archie the car is looking great , and for the second wing lets go with stock wing with a familiar twist.......




Ok, so you want to put a spot light under the right end of the wing.

Cool.

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A photoshop request, can someone please photoshop the Perfect Union in pearl yellow and then pearl yellow with black pearl rally stripes.


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that car is sharp and it looks like nothing else GREAT JOB

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More proof that widebodies and wing can mix !!





Now all it needs is 5" slanted and flared wingstands from fiero warehouse and a unique tail light setup
Great creation Troy... good work Archie

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