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We Build a Perfect Union by Archie
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Ok....yes, it's tomorrow and I promised pics. The car couldn't be rolled out into the driveway as we have had rain all afternoon and the door windows aren't installed yet ( plus there is no power to roll them up even if they were there....). Anyway, here are a few pics in the garage with most of the polishing finished.







The car really needs to be cleaned up but the shine is really there. I'll need to finish up the polishing at Archie's when the rest of the car is done so I can hose it down and wash it up. But, it's pretty much ready to go. I'll call Archie tomorrow to set up a pick up time as it needs to be reassembled now.

Mark

Plus, I own page 51!

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Troy, the car is looking good
I am so jealous....

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WOW It does shine look at the rear quarter in the first pic very nice reflection. Good job mark. And troy beautiful car hope to see it someday.

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I can't wait to see this car cleaned up. try to get some pic's of the car outside before Archie picks it up.
nice job!

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Archie did the car make it back to the shop? pics pics

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Archie did the car make it back to the shop? pics pics


Yep, got back to the shop with it about an hour ago.

Too tired to unload it in the dark, so I put the whole trailer in the shop & we'll unload it in the morning.

I knew you'd be asking so I opened up the trailer & took a couple of pics.

When looking at it in the trailer with the inside trailer lights on, it looks like a jewel.

These pics don't do it justice.

Archie





BTW, you can call me on my cell tonight if you want to.

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Terrific looking design. Great work. Best yet. Wish my 87GT looked like this. You really raised the bar on custom rebodies with this one.

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Archie, I see " A LOT " of business coming your way if Troy hits the fiero and non-fiero show circuit with this beauty !

Awesome job Mark. If it looks as good in person as it does on the pics you will have shut a lot of haters yaps.

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front nose looks great, way to go guys

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(in my best "Superfans" Chicago voice a la SNL)...........A thing of beauty my friends!

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Nice car.

And I must add, Nice trailer!!

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Troy,
Your car will most likely be the quickest stock NA manual Fiero engine trans config swap..Are you planning on dynoing it and or take it down the track? I am not trying to start a flame war I totally respect v8s, but if I had that engine in my car I certainly would want to find out what it could do after all the expenditure.

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Troy,
Your car will most likely be the quickest stock NA manual Fiero engine trans config swap..Are you planning on dynoing it and or take it down the track? I am not trying to start a flame war I totally respect v8s, but if I had that engine in my car I certainly would want to find out what it could do after all the expenditure.


I could see dyno maybe,....track ??? Heeeeeeeeeck no !!! IMO.

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Troy,
Your car will most likely be the quickest stock NA manual Fiero engine trans config swap..Are you planning on dynoing it and or take it down the track? I am not trying to start a flame war I totally respect v8s, but if I had that engine in my car I certainly would want to find out what it could do after all the expenditure.


N/A at this time, plus FieroX, billboy, and Don k can fight over that title as I'm sure they are faster as their cars were built for speed. Just because you have a gorgeous wife doesn't mean that you have to pimp her out for the public.

But Dyno yes, she will hit the dyno b4 new york.

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Nice!
all these shots of the car in tight spaces?
get it out side and get some pic's. please!

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Take a look at that shine on the left nose. Mark "the painter" truly performed a spectacular job!

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Nice!
all these shots of the car in tight spaces?
get it out side and get some pic's. please!


OK, fine.













Ok, now assume the position.....



& cover up....



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all i can say is WOW!!!!

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someone run to Troy's house and pick him up off the floor!

once he sees these pic's he will need the help.
this car is going to be one nice ride. worth the wait!

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Boredom has officially ended, so let the excitement begin.

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Mark awesome work Dude

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Troy I know you feel like dancing


Because it's bad he... he

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OK, fine.


Archie


Hmmm ..those wheels somehow detract from the look

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Hmmm ..those wheels somehow detract from the look


I agree

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I agree


What do you expect doh the car just came from the paint shop

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There is still a bit of polishing to finish up and a few parts that need to be done. I'll have most of the pieces finished up by next weekend and I'll be taking a trip to Archie's with more things to assemble.

Thanks for the compliments. They are really appreciated.

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too bad you're up in Wisconsin firefox or i woud have you do my car after i get it rebuilt

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Archie


The last couple of days we've been workong on connecting as many things as we can under the car & up front.

We've repainted the Black where the oil tank will be mounting and have put in some new & refurbed brake & clutch lines under the car.

Everytime I turn around I'm being run off to get new fasteners, bolts, nuts, brake line clips & the like. It seems like Rob & Kris don't want to put anything together without refurbing or replacing everything.

We've also put the engine back in so that we can finish with the metal shields. Once we get everything figured out in the engine compartment, we'll remove the engine assembly one last time so that the metal shields can painted & finished.

There's so much to do that we've been pretty much bouncing around on putting things together, not letting any one thing hold us up.

Here's some pics.



















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That's Absolutely Fabulous

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Thanks for the update and pics

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That'll quiet things down, especially the road noise from the tires.



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Man this car looks great,
Archie and crew.......... my hat is off to you sir's.
if my car comes out anywhere as nice as this one I will be happy.
keep up the great work I look forward to more updates!

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Rob & Kris don't want to put anything together without refurbing or replacing everything.



As it should be

How ya been Arch, havent talked to you in a while. Hows the old lady doin? Can you give me an estimate on the weight of all that Dynamat, I have the same plans here shortly, but weight is a concern of mine. You know, these little turbo V6's are on a strict diet.

Tell the boys I said WAZ UP HOMEEE

Later big guy!

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Screw the L67...

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Autotech contact this number I provide

Trigon manufactoring Bob Becker (480) 894-92107 or becker@trigonmfg.com

This is a aeronautic ie Space Shuttle spray on sound deadening material. You cannot get anything that will sound deadon more and is lightweight. I used it on my 88 and it worked great. And you can use as much as or want /or little. Does work best with a spray gun, but they will advise you. Not very expensive compared to Dynamat on an interior. Plus it adds structural integrity to the interior.

I would recommend looking into this or post a search of my avatar name and more details will come up.

Not trying to hijack, just help.

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As it should be

How ya been Arch, havent talked to you in a while. Hows the old lady doin? Can you give me an estimate on the weight of all that Dynamat, I have the same plans here shortly, but weight is a concern of mine. You know, these little turbo V6's are on a strict diet.

Tell the boys I said WAZ UP HOMEEE

Later big guy!


Hey Mark,

Not doing too bad. The wife is on some new meds & is getting around better. We have hopes that she'll be able to stop using the walker & get back to walking with a cane by Spring.

I'll get some weight info tomorrow for you.

I'll tell Rob & Kris you said hi. Kris reads the forum from time to time to see who's dissing their work & calling them names.

PM me on what's up over there.

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We've also put the engine back in so that we can finish with the metal shields. Once we get everything figured out in the engine compartment, we'll remove the engine assembly one last time so that the metal shields can painted & finished.


Still working in the engine compartment, fitting all the wiring, oil lines, fuel lines, P.S. lines, shift cables, CAI, A/C lines etc. so that we can make the metal shields fit as good as we can.

Also finished up the dynamat in the interior.

Here's a few pics.









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We're continuing to fit everything into the engine compartment.







And Kris is working on routing all the wires in the interior





Once we get all the stuff into the engine compartment so we can fit the shields, then we can take t all apart to remove the shields for paint.

When we put it all back together for the last time, we'll be using the correct transmission.









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