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Finale Roadster, The Build by Archie
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This is amazing, it is such a good thing that i don't work for archie cause if i did i would never want to go home or sleep, i would be working prolly 22 hours/day and 2 hours eating. this is so exciting, i cant wait to read more. this also brings up mixed feelings over long weekends.

*** EDIT, wow, i get to own page 5. that just made my weekend.***

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From my own experiences of building stuff with exactly the same foam you should be able to laminate over it giving you a nice solid fibreglass base to work with at the filling stage.
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Originally posted by Archie:

Today's update.

Now, that we have the decklid opening up above & beyond any interferrance issues, we can get along with the body modifications.......
Up 'til this point, prior to this post, how many people had actually noticed or even considered that we would have to custom make decklid hinges?
More to come......

Would taking a bit off of the height off the "humps" or placed back a tad bit more, make it possible to still use the stock hinges? Or is the seat headrest also a factor in this? I would guess that "just tilting the seat back forward would be to much of a pain to do each time the trunk was to be opened.
Could you give me the part # , place to buy it etc. info for the foam stuff you are using please? PM if possible thx

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I would change the angle of the head stops on the decklid, so they slope in the opposite direction of where it would meet the seats. This would give you some more clearance. You also could shape the front of the decklid in a "C" shape and could match it up to the waterfall center console with a round bull nose shaped opening at the meeting edge. Keep up the good work and keep us posted.
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Originally posted by revin:

Could you give me the part # , place to buy it etc. info for the foam stuff you are using please? PM if possible thx

and.... What are you up to..??
Kevin.. Hurry you are going to be getting behind... (you never should have givin' me the 'trophy' in Jefferson...lol)

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Anymore progress Archie?

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Report this Post09-08-2004 11:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ArchieClick Here to visit Archie's HomePageClick Here to Email ArchieSend a Private Message to ArchieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Not much to report yet this week.

We've been working on customer cars and working at getting our cars ready for FieroRama this weekend.

On top of it all, I've spent the best part of the last 10 days moving into a new house (new to us anyway) up in Rockford. Haven't had my good computer connected to DSL for about 4 days now, so I'm running behind on my PFF watching and I'm sure I'm way behind on EMail. I'm on dial up now & it sucks.

I'll be back on a cable connection sometime Monday.

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I had no idea this thread was going on!! (probably less trolls in the Tech section)
PFF Spyder is a very cool name! When will it be for sale?

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:

I had no idea this thread was going on!! (probably less trolls in the Tech section)
PFF Spyder is a very cool name! When will it be for sale?

I didn't know this was either. This thread rocks! I am always amazed when something new and fresh like this is still able to be done
I agree that it has probably survived better over here in tech.
I find that sad that though many of us still feel that PFF in general is still pretty much flame free that
a thread like this was maybe put here instead of general chat because of possible fear of geting hijacked by trolls.

Keep us posted Archie, especially with pics This is coming along nicely

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Archie are you going to move your operation to Rockford?
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Archie are you going to move your operation to Rockford?
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Originally posted by William Federle:

Archie are you going to move your operation to Rockford?

Yes, in about 4 to 5 months, I'm gonna find a bigger building around Belvidere, or so, & expand the business over that way.

Archie

edited to add.........

BTW, if you think the thread for building the Stinger was big, wait 'til you see the thread on moving all this stuff I have.

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Yes, in about 4 to 5 months, I'm gonna find a bigger building around Belvidere, or so, & expand the business over that way.

Archie

edited to add.........

BTW, if you think the thread for building the Stinger was big, wait 'til you see the thread on moving all this stuff I have.



Are you going to have a big " Help Archie Move " party?

Wait.....that's the middle of winter!

Bring your trailers!!!!!

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Are you going to have a big " Help Archie Move " party?

Wait.....that's the middle of winter!

Bring your trailers!!!!!

I wonder if he will be able to find volunteers to assist in driving all the V-8 Fiero's to his new building?

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Are you going to have a big " Help Archie Move " party?

Wait.....that's the middle of winter!

Bring your trailers!!!!!

I wonder how much stuff would get "lost along the way"? ahem...

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Just wondering. Is the Finale/Fino wider than a stock Fiero?
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The body is a few inches wider.....but not too much. If you can find a shot with the doors open, you'll see that added thickness at the rear edge of the door, as the bolt on door skin is about the widest part of the car.

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I'm thinking rollover bars...any plans to fit one? That will be a suicide ride if it turns over at any speed..Sorry to appear negative on such a great project.
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Originally posted by Archie:
Yes, in about 4 to 5 months, I'm gonna find a bigger building around Belvidere, or so, & expand the business over that way.

Archie

That might be the time that I have to come back and get the Limo

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Archie whatt is the story on the limo ? is that a dead project ?

Just curious, havenot heard anything about it in a loooooong time.

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Just a thought...
What about incoorporating the headrest into the humps. all you would have to do is remove the exsisting head rest and mount a pad you could also possibly mount some tubing under the humps as a kind of roll bar.

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Originally posted by exoticse:

Archie whatt is the story on the limo ? is that a dead project ?

Just curious, havenot heard anything about it in a loooooong time.

I'm back, I was on dial-up for the last 10 days or so & I just got my cable hooked up & running.

The Limo project is for sale. It seemed like a good idea at the time but, after thinking about it, it would take me $15K to $20K to finish it with a V-8, paint, custom interior and everything. To be honest, I realized that even if it was finished I wouldn't drive it. If I wanted to drive something with a back seat I'd just drive my wifes Caddy.

As far as fixing it up to take to shows, it's not really representative of "what I do", so it would be like my 4th car in priority to take to a show & when the PFF Spyder is done it would be 5th in line.

It would be a perfect car for some young guy who has a young family to take the whole group to & from Fiero shows, but that's not me anymore.

I'll be back with new reports on the Spyder tomorrow.

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The Limo project is for sale. It seemed like a good idea at the time but, after thinking about it, it would take me $15K to $20K to finish it with a V-8, paint, custom interior and everything. Archie


I just knew that if anyone had the $$ and ability to finish it and DO IT RIGHT... It was you Archie!!
Well, maybe it will fall into good hands that can make us proud and GM jealous...lol

Thanks for keeping us updated on it.

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If this much

turns into this much

In under 3 minutes, just think of the fun you could have pouring those two drums of it together (and of course running like hell)

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If this much

turns into this much

In under 3 minutes, just think of the fun you could have pouring those two drums of it together (and of course running like hell)

That's true OH MAN what a Mess that would be....

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Looks like the birth of "Thingie"! It's head is already coming out!

I think I will buy some of this stuff next time I go to my fiberglass supplier.

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Is that the limo that Bob Steiger started?
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Looks like the birth of "Thingie"! It's head is already coming out!

I think I will buy some of this stuff next time I go to my fiberglass supplier.

I've got some on the way right now Think of all the Thingies I'll have!! Muwahahahha!!! My army is being created!!!

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OK, I've got to ask, How much is the limo? Does it currently move under it's own power?

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Woohoo! I got my foam mix today. That stuff is really cool!!! OK, I'm done thread hijacking. Good work Archie. I think I will like this one a lot better that the hardtop.

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Originally posted by Crow:

Is that the limo that Bob Steiger started?

I think so, It's changed hands three times since I've been on PFF. Chester sold it to Archie. I was tempted to drop it on my trailer when I was there in August...

but like Archie it would be 4th or 5th in line and I don't know when I would finish it. It would be great for the die hard Fiero Person with one or two kids.

Here is a thread with a Pic:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Archives/Archive-000002/HTML/20040223-1-035341.html

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I would think that some hood hinges form a 60s-70s muscle car would work for the rear deck. They would lift the deck up as it opens. Just a thought.
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Originally posted by Fiero38SC:

I would think that some hood hinges form a 60s-70s muscle car would work for the rear deck. They would lift the deck up as it opens. Just a thought.

You saying that brought to mind a picture of my 66 mustang hinges. The only problem I would see would be mounting them - they mount to two parallel surfaces when closed vs the fiero deck lid which is mounted perpendicular to the firewall.

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That is true, but this is not a fiero deck lid. It looks like it extends out to the quarter panels. So you might just need to add a little metal between the firewall and the strut tower to mount them.
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Any updates, Archie?
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