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I just gave you a + (#62)... you should stick around.
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Originally posted by troyboy:

I'm back from surgery recovery, Time to start working on #22, this car needs alot of work b4 it can be considered done. In my opinion #22 is a working rough copy at best and needs to be completed. After all the work is done she will get a fresh paint booth paint job.



Troy, I hope you recover well from back surgery,

If you don't mind me asking, what kind of work does the car need ?
Will you keep it orange ?

I hope you stick around, you have raised the bar to what can be done with a Fiero.

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Why all this negativevity towards Troy,keep Troyboy around you are not getting banned #68 + from me
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another + from me Troy 69+ now
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You just got a + from me also - saw the car at the Dell's in 2009 - AWESOME!
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Originally posted by troyboy:

I'm back from surgery recovery, Time to start working on #22, this car needs alot of work b4 it can be considered done. In my opinion #22 is a working rough copy at best and needs to be completed. After all the work is done she will get a fresh paint booth paint job.


Ouch--Would think after 2 years the car would be perfect if there is such a thing. Hope most the work is minor and nothing to major but with calling for another paint job I am guessing it is not. Good luck with getting the car done the way you want.
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Originally posted by 85LAMB:

If you don't mind me asking, what kind of work does the car need ?
Will you keep it orange ?



If I may,

The interior, dash, door panels & headliner still need to be upholstered, he already mentioned that the 'Vette seats have got to go, the tail lights are still stock used lights. The paint job is not 100% perfect & there may be some discussion about different wheels.

Glad to hear you're feeling better Troy.

Archie

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I'm sure many of us could only hope to have such an unfinished car like that
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i would give you my wife for this car!? she cooks cleans and really good looking, and hell ill even keep all three kids! just as long as i have that car! so far thats in my top 5 best fieros built (ifnot #1).
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Thanks to all my friends on pff.
Thanks, for all the pm's, post and emails filled with words of encouragement and support.
and with that said, as soon as I have updates I will post them(on pff).

Once again Thanks
Troy

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+ to you also, I love these epic builds. It is what helps to keep me going on mine. If everyone always posted that they changed their oil in their stock fiero, the board would get stale real fast.

Maybe the negs were from people that saw you went 120, thinking you were street racing?

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Originally posted by troyboy:

Thanks to all my friends on pff.
Thanks, for all the pm's, post and emails filled with words of encouragement and support.
and with that said, as soon as I have updates I will post them(on pff).

Once again Thanks
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I am very glad that you will be sticking around and look forward to your updates

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Originally posted by troyboy:

I'm back from surgery recovery, Time to start working on #22, this car needs alot of work b4 it can be considered done. In my opinion #22 is a working rough copy at best and needs to be completed. After all the work is done she will get a fresh paint booth paint job.

B4 I get banned for no F******* reason. I don't know why my last post got me a neg but what the hey, it's been the norm for me on pff. All future updates will be on LS1TECH.com

It's been fun troy
http://www.ls1tech.com/foru...-ls7-fiero-swap.html



WTF... people can't even comment on thier own vehicles anymore??? Wow, just wow... *sigh*

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Just got a + from me!!!

Troyboy.....you help inspire a lot of guys on here with your creative ideas, and one incredible build.

Glad to see you'll be sticking around.

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Off with old, and on with the new GM light covers


I wish it was that simple but due to the wing customization, I found out the hard way that the new light covers would have to be shaved. pic of the old lens


Well good thing it was nice and warm in the garage.

Now on to the seats............
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Originally posted by troyboy:

Well good thing it was nice and warm in the garage.

Now on to the seats............


Man. What a sweet garage! I Love the tiles and red trim on the walls. Where's are the hunged trophies? I notice you bought a orange bump-stop, hehe.

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If I may,

The interior, dash, door panels & headliner still need to be upholstered, he already mentioned that the 'Vette seats have got to go, the tail lights are still stock used lights. The paint job is not 100% perfect & there may be some discussion about different wheels.

Glad to hear you're feeling better Troy.

Archie




Just a little in shock about the "discussion about different wheels" part. Out of all of the enhancements to this work of art, those HRE's have got to be in the top 5 best things done to that car. If they do get switched, I hope they go to another Fiero widebody, heck I wouldn't even take them for free, just cause I wouldn't have the money to get the body to fit them, future plans....
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out with the new


in with the old

they will be reupholstered when the interior is done.

but the old new seats will not go to waste....
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Time for a test drive........

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It is just a matter of time when you WILL be hearing----Daddy can I borrow the Fiero
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Well I went for a little test run today ( not too far re: paper work) to the local gas station. Fun drive but once at the station b4 I knew it I had about 15 people around the car and pissed off the station owner because no one was buying gas but me. Quote of the day "too bad Pontiac finally came out with a great car in their last year" then he says "it kind of has a retro look to it, man I love it" .
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Well I went for a little test run today ( not too far re: paper work) to the local gas station. Fun drive but once at the station b4 I knew it I had about 15 people around the car and pissed off the station owner because no one was buying gas but me. Quote of the day "too bad Pontiac finally came out with a great car in their last year" then he says "it kind of has a retro look to it, man I love it" .


For the last few years, I've always been wanting to say this.......

This post is not good without Pictures.

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For the last few years, I've always been wanting to say this.......

This post is not good without Pictures.

Archie


I was too preoccupied watching all of the people around my car to stop and take pics, some were getting to close to my ****
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but the old new seats will not go to waste....


It just does not get any cuter than this. You are a lucky father. This pic put a smile on my face when my day was going bad. Thank you.

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Ok i want to see some 1/4 mile times lol. Oh and very good choice on getting rid of the vette seats.

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Ok i want to see some 1/4 mile times lol. Oh and very good choice on getting rid of the vette seats.



For the right price I'm sure Archie would build you one for the track. As for me..lets see, no roll cage, custom one off body panels, DUBs, Two kids and more brains than testosterone....... sorry not for me.
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For the right price I'm sure Archie would build you one for the track. As for me..lets see, no roll cage, custom one off body panels, DUBs, Two kids and more brains than testosterone....... sorry not for me.


No need for a cage as the car has to run 11.4 or better to need one. Panels can be fixed if anything happens. Seen a Trail Blazer SS run a 11.4@123 on 20 inch street tires. Got 2 kids myself and I still manage to hit the track. Brains have nothing to do with going to the track.....Just say you have no interest in running th car at the track...no reason to make excuses....
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No need for a cage as the car has to run 11.4 or better to need one. Panels can be fixed if anything happens. Seen a Trail Blazer SS run a 11.4@123 on 20 inch street tires. Got 2 kids myself and I still manage to hit the track. Brains have nothing to do with going to the track.....Just say you have no interest in running th car at the track...no reason to make excuses....


I'll repeat it for you:

For the right price I'm sure Archie would build you one for the track. As for me..lets see, no roll cage, custom one off body panels, DUBs, Two kids and more brains than testosterone....... SORRY NOT FOR ME.

PS. not excuses, they are my reasons for not choosing to do so, and I stand by them. Mustang please don't waste your time we have been down this road already. If you want to continue, start your own thread and have at it and enjoy your self.

This car was not built for the 1/4 mile but built for fun spirited driving cruising down the highway.

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This car was not built for the 1/4 mile but built for fun spirited driving cruising down the highway.



The RFT trolls are going to make a 3 page thread about that one. But its true, you paid the money, its your car, you can do whatever you want with it, If I was you I might take it to the drag strip a few times, but its a expensive thing to break.
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.....Just say you have no interest in running th car at the track...no reason to make excuses....


I think he's said just that about 20 times so far in this thread. But you don't get it.

Archie

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Originally posted by troyboy:


...

This car was not built for the 1/4 mile but built for fun spirited driving cruising down the highway.



I completely understand and have the same sentiment. I am often asked by friends and coworkers why I never take my Fiero to the track, and I honestly have no answer other than that is simply not something I am interested in doing... for several reasons - the main one being I do not want to "hurt" anything mechanical, cosmetic or otherwise on something that I worked hard at building for driving enjoyment... not for taking to the track.

Great looking car, and I hope to see it in person one day.
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No need for a cage as the car has to run 11.4 or better to need one. Panels can be fixed if anything happens. Seen a Trail Blazer SS run a 11.4@123 on 20 inch street tires. Got 2 kids myself and I still manage to hit the track. Brains have nothing to do with going to the track.....Just say you have no interest in running th car at the track...no reason to make excuses....


Hey MstangsBware- please continue here. http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/071221.html I like to know what's the hold-up, since you've previously made plenty of excuses about not having the time to go and see.
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Hey MstangsBware- please continue here. http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/071221.html I like to know what's the hold-up, since you've previously made plenty of excuses about not having the time to go and see.


You reply was pointless....Am I missing something?
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. Brains have nothing to do with going to the track..... QUOTE]

that's funny...

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Plus to you Troy....now thats what I call a riceburner's nightmare !!!! even though my Widow is too...but anyway ..... your car is a clear message to all the trolls and jerkstains who b!tch about V8 Archies .... I dont know of a better ''perfect union'' then that.....she is a feat of engineering my hats off to you and Archie... maybe one day have a chance to shake your hand... get well soon

your canadian friend EH !!
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by troyboy:

For the right price I'm sure Archie would build YOU one for the track.



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This is the first full length article that will be on the wiki site.

I hope everyone comes and checks it out. I hope to become the sister site to pff.

Once I can get a job I will move to a dedicated server etc.

it's like wikipedia basicly.

Link is in my sig.

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Hey Troy, you're working to hard. Let the kids have at it. Give the camera to one of the kids and let us enjoy some pics (from a kids perspective).

Oh yeah, how is the license plate flipper doing?


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Troy. You have a pm.
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#022 making sure the tires are at maximum pressure (40-50psi). It helps if you've got extenders. Why so? Not all gas/air stations are created equal. You may find a air station with the rubber hose and others with the metal female ends. The HREs are flush with the rim thus the valve cap blends in with the screws, but using modern tire gauges sometimes are too big, so the need for extenders.







(tires are 255/30/19)


Hey, never turn down extra help, especially since her hands are small enough to reach those tiny valve caps.

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