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http://tuccihotrods.com/ Maybe?

Try to find Lenny Smith, I think he may be retired but I know his son is an excellent painter as well.
I would suggest my Dad, but his hand is currently disabled and the shop is a little messy.

Oh yeah, bump!


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Originally posted by Archie:

A bit of an update on the car.

The back end of the chassis had a bit of frame rust on it & the fuel inlet pipe had rust in it too.

So we set about fixing it before we final mounted the rear clip. These are the kinds of things that have to be fixed if you're gonna do things "right".

thanks for the update and great work Archie.

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Here is the old fuel pipe.....

Here is the replacement pipe........

Then it's all about cleaning, grinding & welding in new steel........

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Here's the new fuel pipe installed......

And We've installed the new rear window glass......

We also opened up the radius on the front wheel well openings. I can't find the in process pics on doing these but we used the same method that we used on the rear of the car. Here's the finished product.......

Once we get the body back on for the last time, we gotta do all the sanding of the glassed areas.

Then I want to put on the coil-overs & set it on the floor to determine what wheel sizes we will need.

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Here is the old fuel pipe.....

Here is the replacement pipe........


WOW! not good. good find, good fix.

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Hi Archie,
When you finish yours, do you want another one? you know I have this one just sitting around waiting for someone to finish it. I will sell it!

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Hi Archie,
When you finish yours, do you want another one? you know I have this one just sitting around waiting for someone to finish it. I will sell it!

I don't know...... that thing looks like it's too close to being finished. It would be way too easy to finish that up.

But....... ok, I'll take the bait. I know you want me to ask, so here goes........ Tell me more about that car!!!!

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There isn't much to say, I have to many Fieros and I am working hard to get Lamborghini done for the Dells Yha I know I say that every year, but here is a sneak peak, as far as the imsa it runs has a quad 4 and would look great with a chop top I just have to many projects I had a post in the mall but no one was interested, this is not a kit! it is a one piece body that had to be slid onto the frame from the rear 1/4's are part of the rear clip all moldings are fiber glass, I could go on and on about the lower springs and all the mods that were done the dash exhust and everything but this is you thread and I just thought you might want it or someone you know would like it to complete.

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Maybe it's just me but I always wear big thick welding gloves when welding. Sunburn on exposed skin from the UV is bad enough but hot stray sparks onbare skin is not good and they burn though a pair of jeans like they arn't there. Guess how I know.

PS. Great work as always. I love these threads.

 
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even worse is when you get a piece of welding slag to drop inside your shoe.

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Hi Archie,
When you finish yours, do you want another one? you know I have this one just sitting around waiting for someone to finish it. I will sell it!

Nice car! If only that was an 88.

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I love your chop top's Archie - people mistake them for a Lotus up here in Canada.
I tried sitting in a 5" chop that a guy across town made, but I decided to go the roadster route (I'm 6' 2")
Thanks for selling me your V8 kit and posting pics of the LT1 reverse intake - it's the best idea I've ever seen on a LT1 Fiero.

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The car is on an 84 frame but I have a 88 frame if someone wants it with the car. I have alot of Fieros and I reallly need to put them into the hands of Fiero people.

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Did the motor arrive Archie?

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Hi Archie,
When you finish yours, do you want another one? you know I have this one just sitting around waiting for someone to finish it. I will sell it!

Whoa, what is that rear wheel off of?? It looks like the Fiero coupe 14" but in 15" or 16"?

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Whoa, what is that rear wheel off of?? It looks like the Fiero coupe 14" but in 15" or 16"?

They probably came off a Pontiac 6000 or late 80's Grand Am as both cars also used the 5X100 bolt pattern.
My guess would be the 6000 since it used the same bolt pattern up to 1990.

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Whoa, what is that rear wheel off of?? It looks like the Fiero coupe 14" but in 15" or 16"?

that rim looks identicle to my old firebird formula rim ! Hmmm we need some light shed on this setup if it is a firebird rim !

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They are Firebird wheels on adapters.

Lets get some updates on the choptop widebody, its been awhile.

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Wha?

The Firebird rims look like this, guys:

Notice how the whole face is dished?

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Wha?
The Firebird rims look like this, guys:
Notice how the whole face is dished?


Lots of wheel options...

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My formula had the 16x8 turbo style rims with no dish (like the formula in that /\ /\ /\ /\ /\ /\ /\ pic ) I would love to get a set of GTA rims on my v8 build

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Any updates on the body work?
p.s. sending you a pm on the motor change.

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Whoa, what is that rear wheel off of?? It looks like the Fiero coupe 14" but in 15" or 16"?

Its looks strange because he has the imsa rear. Look just in front of the wheel rear wheel. I think that is what is throwing you off.

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Ok I will put your mind a ease they are 16" rims and tires off of a trans am with wheel adapters to push them out to fit the body here is a closer look

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Well, I guess it's time to get back on subject here.

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Back in town and glad to see that the engine is at the shop. When will the swap start?

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Back in town and glad to see that the engine is at the shop. When will the swap start?

We'll get the original engine out next week & access how much rust repair we have to do to the cradle. Should be pretty well into it by the end of next week.

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Archie any pics of the new valve covers?

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I'll try to remember to take some pics of the covers tomorrow.

We have the old engine out of the car. Man just about everything under there has rust in it. We'll take a hard look at what we have & take a bunch of pics for you tomorrow.

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Archie any pics of the new valve covers?

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Bump from page 4. Any more updates or has the PFF roadster been sucking the life out of you

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Archie, do you still have the other F40 6 speed transmissions in house?.....
 
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Got 2 more new F40 6 speed transmissions & associated parts in today.

One of them has Dias written on it & the other one could be yours.


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Archie, do you still have the other F40 6 speed transmissions in house?.....

Yes Sir, I've got an extra one for you & I've got 2 more ordered. In fact I've got all the pcs. for the six speed swaps done & most of them in stock. As of this time next week, I'll have over $40K in 6 speed swap inventory.

So I've got something for everyone here.

I'll bring some pics of your car home tomorrow. We're mounting the front air dam to the front clip right now for final mounting of the front clip on the car. We also put the Hot Cam & 1.6 rockers in your Fast Burn 385 engine today taking it up to 430.

I did take some pics of your valve covers the other day......

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Bump from page 4. Any more updates or has the PFF roadster been sucking the life out of you

Exactly!!!!!!! I'm getting to where I'm tired of looking at that Roadster

Troy's V-8 6 speed swap, plus a 6 speed swap into a V-6 Fiero & a another V-8 6 speed swap & chop to another Fiero will be in full swing by the time I get back from FL. So there will be a lot of project updates for the next several weeks.

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with all the work you have comming up you need any extra hands around the shop?

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Yes, we actually have a new guy starting in 2 weeks.

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with all the work you have comming up you need any extra hands around the shop?

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well need one more? i would be honored to just sweap the floors at your place, let alone learn and work for you

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just a bump from page 14.

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Any more updates on this project. Is it done?

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Any more updates on this project. Is it done?

No it's not done yet, but soon I hope. 4 months with out your toy is painful but the reward should be priceless

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