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

I'm sure you've heard this many times before Troy, but this car is downright gorgeous. 'As close to perfection as you can get' is definitely right Exo! This is honestly the kind of craftsmanship and beauty I hope to obtain one of these days. Congrats on the success and all the trophies, you definitely deserve every one you snag!

EDIT: I couldn't help but to scroll up and look at those pics again before leaving the thread.. One thing that jumps out at me is the stance of the car. The ride height, fender gap, wheel size... Everything is just so... Perfect! IMHO you have nailed the aggressive stance this car deserves. Granted, the chopped top 'seals the deal' in that department, but aside from that literally everything is perfect. The sum of all the parts definitely makes this car what it is. Congrats from me again bro!



Thanks , I had alot of help from friends on and off the forum. once again the best part is seeing the fiero kicking "A" at shows. So far due to Archies creation 6 more fiero owners will be on the road by next summer in the NY area.

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Hey Troy, I just noticed you've been here since Sept 2005. A big five years!

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Something a vender at a local car show made for me came in the mail today




Now with a F-I-E-R-O badge on top for size comparisons


Lights on



This will be recessed mounted in a trunk cover


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sweet god that is beautiful. This vendor got a website?

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http://www.arrzeecustom.com

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Sweeeeet !

Man i love this build.

It's like x-mas waiting to see what's next,.....and it's not even my car !!

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Another great weekend after a hard week at work.

First I met up with Dave and Joey who dropped off my car. Door to door service you just can't beat that!! Dave did a great job on the car and I got a change to see and ride in Joeys sweet VW powered Fiero.


And to top off the weekend a car show


#22 represents for the Fiero again 1st place


Now time to go back to work renewed and refreshed

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Congrats....... again

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Congrats Troy, Archie and Crew.... my fav Fiero and the baddest ass one as well

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Forgive me for stealing the thread for a second, but this is my first post here. I've been browsing Pennock's for a long while, and made an account after deciding I would purchase a Fiero. I've paid for it and bring it home this weekend, woohoo ! I was going to wait until I had it in my driveway before showing some pictures and naming off a few wishes for it, dedicating my first post here to it, but some things just deserve it more.

"A Perfect Union" is one of those things. I don't have to tell you, but this Fiero is gorgeous. Nothing says "muscle" like a fuel-injected 427 (then again, I didn't live in the carb days), and seeing one in a Fiero is mind-blowing. The interior work, I cannot begin to describe accurately, as the English language doesn't have words detailing that level of "awesomeness." I cannot wrap my head around this build; it's nearly unimaginable that this level of customization is even possible. I've tried to keep up with this build throughout its entirety, but much of it is beyond my understanding. This Fiero's amazing and inspirational all around. Props to all involved in its creation.

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Forgive me for stealing the thread for a second, but this is my first post here. I've been browsing Pennock's for a long while, and made an account after deciding I would purchase a Fiero. I've paid for it and bring it home this weekend, woohoo ! I was going to wait until I had it in my driveway before showing some pictures and naming off a few wishes for it, dedicating my first post here to it, but some things just deserve it more.

"A Perfect Union" is one of those things. I don't have to tell you, but this Fiero is gorgeous. Nothing says "muscle" like a fuel-injected 427 (then again, I didn't live in the carb days), and seeing one in a Fiero is mind-blowing. The interior work, I cannot begin to describe accurately, as the English language doesn't have words detailing that level of "awesomeness." I cannot wrap my head around this build; it's nearly unimaginable that this level of customization is even possible. I've tried to keep up with this build throughout its entirety, but much of it is beyond my understanding. This Fiero's amazing and inspirational all around. Props to all involved in its creation.


wow, thanks for the kind words and welcome to the sickness, if your ever in town look me up and we will go for a ride just make sure you don't eat anything 45 min b4 take off

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wow, thanks for the kind words and welcome to the sickness, if your ever in town look me up and we will go for a ride just make sure you don't eat anything 45 min b4 take off


You're very welcome, thank you for the welcoming, and that definitely sounds like a trip worth taking !

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The NY Islanders NHL hockey team and The All - American car club hosted a car show for Life’s WORC, (a private, not-for-profit organization providing comprehensive support for individuals with developmental disabilities) today. I had a great time and met a lot of great kids and disabled adults that were thankful for the Chop top's support. Sorry curly no pics from the show I was too busy showing the car, but I hope this will do.....

I took a few pics when I got home:

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It's fall time to start some of the little projects (so I thought)..

replace the cooling fan motor:


looks easy but....


I had to remove the coolant overflow tank and bracket to clear the fan (so I thought)



now that the coolant tank is out it should slide right out,..... right?......NOT


The top of the fan shroud can't clear the hood extractor and when I tried to drop it from the bottom it hit the sway bar


At this point I'm going to have to just flex the fan shroud and hope for the best..... Got it out finally


out with the old...




in with the new...



FIN..The new fan runs great and runs much quieter and pulls less from the battery


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FIN..The new fan runs great and runs much quieter and pulls less from the battery



Nice job.

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What did you find here? Any details you can share?

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What did you find here? Any details you can share?


That's the new cooling fan motor I picked up from PEPBOYS for 25.$. The old motor was on it's way out and was killing the battery.

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That's the new cooling fan motor I picked up from PEPBOYS for 25.$. The old motor was on it's way out and was killing the battery.


Ahhh, stock replacement. I see now. I thought maybe you had found some kind of higher output motor in an attempt to increase airflow. Good to know that the stock fan can cool that beast.

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A nice pic that a member from G-Body forum took of my car during the setup for the George Barris Hollywood Star Car Show .



Great forum and cool members, we see each other at a lot of local shows.

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Wow !!! Great picture

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Time to start the next "fix it" project. While working on the cooling fan project I noticed a oil spot on my floor and after an investigation I found the culprit a leak in the brake line not good with a 500 HP LS7:



an ez fix , I just had to tighten the nut but the damage was done . As you can see from the above and below pic the paint was trashed in that part of the front compartment. Oh well I guess I should be thankful that I found out this way and not after tying to stop on the freeway .



After the fix I took her out for a spin to blow off some steam and had a great time at a Sunday morning car meet at the beach.

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A real shame about the paint, but staring down the rest of the car...I'd still sell my soul for it.
Good to hear the fan runs quieter with the new motor.

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Did a little rework of the interior. Added Mr. mike seat covers with orange logo and toned down the speaker covers I never liked the old speaker covers.




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I like it!!!

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Did a little rework of the interior. Added Mr. mike seat covers with orange logo and toned down the speaker covers I never liked the old speaker covers.





Nice. Compared to your previous Corvette seats-how do the Fiero seats feel now?

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Nice. Compared to your previous Corvette seats-how do the Fiero seats feel now?


Like they were made for the car . The corvette seats were nice but I like the feel of the fiero seats better in a chop top.

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Time for the next upgrade......

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Time for the next upgrade......





If bmwguru sent it you should put it in an xray first
Looking forward to seeing what you do next.

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If bmwguru sent it you should put it in an xray first
Looking forward to seeing what you do next.


Nope just custom cut to size color coded battery cables. I never liked the way the old ones looked and wanted a more factory finished look, with clean connections, plus the old ones were too small for the front battery relocation. After some research, the length of cable and the size of the motor(cooling fan runs more often) and accessories a larger cable was in order. I went with the 1/0 gauge SGX high temp battery cable. So.......

out with the old


in with the new


note the nice clean connections


I will work on the install this week

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Well the positive cable is installed and from the pic you can see the difference between the old cable and the new negative cable.

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What kind of grounds do you have going to the engine? I have a regular ground cable going to the frame and the ground from the battery going to the engine and the frame.
I plan on duplicating that setup when I move it to the front just using longer cables.

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What kind of grounds do you have going to the engine? I have a regular ground cable going to the frame and the ground from the battery going to the engine and the frame.
I plan on duplicating that setup when I move it to the front just using longer cables.


I'm using the same 1/0 gauge cable for all. It runs from the front battery to the engine block, and one from the engine block to the frame. I'm thinking about running a short ground from the battery to the front frame also, this might be over kill but it can't hurt..... Right?

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I'm using the same 1/0 gauge cable for all. It runs from the front battery to the engine block, and one from the engine block to the frame. I'm thinking about running a short ground from the battery to the front frame also, this might be over kill but it can't hurt..... Right?


No I was thinking of doing the same thing.

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What do you guys think about this billet Auto Meter gauge dress up? I think it might look good with my dash set up.
http://twistmachine.com/sho..._info&products_id=30



I think the polished set would complement the AC vents and shifter bezel. It also has an old school feel that I like.

the current setup:

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I think that would look great, would look good with the chrome around the vents.

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Troy, could you post a pic of the gauges lit up at night from the driver seat perspective?

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What do you guys think about this billet Auto Meter gauge dress up? I think it might look good with my dash set up.
http://twistmachine.com/sho..._info&products_id=30



I think the polished set would complement the AC vents and shifter bezel. It also has an old school feel that I like.

the current setup:




Wow, that's such a unique idea that they came up with there.

I can think of a lot of cars that could be taken to the next level by that simple idea that they came up with.

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It would give it a sort of flair like a Bugatti Veyron dash does

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What do you guys think about this billet Auto Meter gauge dress up? I think it might look good with my dash set up.
http://twistmachine.com/sho..._info&products_id=30



I think the polished set would complement the AC vents and shifter bezel. It also has an old school feel that I like.



Reminds me of this



I like it but then I also like the way it is now so either way you can't go wrong


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It would give it a sort of flair like a Bugatti Veyron dash does


Man you just gave me some great ideas!!! Over the last couple of months I've been going crazy trying to pick out the layout for the cars interior. Thanks to you I think I just found it. What do you guys think.





Where they have that gold leather I would use orange leather

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