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Madcurl's Arch Rival !! by exoticse
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Tunes....

Benzino - " Widebody" (ARCH Nemesis)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UC5QTYwj3n0

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Originally posted by Fiero Thomas:

Here are some more photos for us. You will need 3d glasses for a few if you have them



hehe, that's why I try not to post some of the fuzzy pics.

I hate my camera.

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We've been doing (hopefully) some of the final body installation.

















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Originally posted by Archie:

We've been doing (hopefully) some of the final body installation.


Archie



Hee-hee, Archie said, "hopefully." I have a few more items (Lotus wiper V) to tweak and I'm done.

Great job Archie and the Crew.

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madcurl when me and my girlfriend went to archies this past summer, she told me she wanted your car and that i need to build one so she can drive it

looks relly good, cant wate to see it with the lights in and paint.

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Originally posted by slinger:

madcurl when me and my girlfriend went to archies this past summer, she told me she wanted your car and that i need to build one so she can drive it

looks relly good, cant wate to see it with the lights in and paint.


Thanks, for the kind words. I'm sure Archie can build you one if your g/f can't wait, but in the meantime. If you're coming to the 3rd choptop reunion please feel-free to take a pic of your g/f inside #020.

Side note: Sorry about the headlamps not mounted on inside the car. Currently, Archie and the Crew are fabricating Dave's VDC kit for #023 so that priority #1 in my book therefore I can wait. However, the headlamps, windshield, and mirrors will be mounted for the show.

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Please tell me that wiper arm isn't going to sit like showed in the pics? Having that wiper blade right in the middle of the glass on the passenger side doesn't look right.

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Originally posted by JimmyS:

Please tell me that wiper arm isn't going to sit like showed in the pics? Having that wiper blade right in the middle of the glass on the passenger side doesn't look right.


At first, yes. I was going to have both sides even-out, but after letting the idea marinate, I've since come-up with a better plan that will solve two issues at the same time. I'll finalize the idea once I arrive at Archie's in two days (I hope). I found my answer from viewing a prototype.

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T- minus 16-Hours.

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view.

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Has the madman landed yet ??

P.S. Thanks Curly for the birthday wishes.

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Has the madman landed yet ??

P.S. Thanks Curly for the birthday wishes.

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Originally posted by exoticse:
Has the madman landed yet ??

P.S. Thanks Curly for the birthday wishes.



Oh No! The dreaded double post.

You got caught by the n00b.

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how does that happen? I don't think that has ever happened to me.....

They're like 4 min. apart too.

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that car is simply STUNNING and its not even done..good job guys..wish i had the time to do projects like that.. eerrr ahh learn how to do projects like that

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I knew it!! all this time they thought it was the cars

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Originally posted by troyboy:

I knew it!! all this time they thought it was the cars




I was going to comment something similar but i didn't want to get things started.

So is this the new required pose? "The Chop Top Lean"

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You guys are too funny!!
So how are things going Curly??
Is the car ALMOST the way you've always dreamed it would turn out, or are you still in the last tweaking stages???
I'm lovin' the overall look of the car!!
Hopefully I can show some progress on my project soon......

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I knew it!! all this time they thought it was the cars




That's naughty ! Hah!

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Thanks for the laughs Yes, this is the new Chop Top Pose!

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Originally posted by SAFASTRO:

You guys are too funny!!
So how are things going Curly??
Is the car ALMOST the way you've always dreamed it would turn out, or are you still in the last tweaking stages???
I'm lovin' the overall look of the car!!
Hopefully I can show some progress on my project soon......



Thanks. The car is looking Great! I added a few more tweaks to the hood and Kris likes it (you need young peoples input, hehe). We went over a few items and all is good. Oh, oh here comes Archie for pick-up.

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I knew it!! all this time they thought it was the cars




I dont care who you are or what you drive that is funny and if it didnt make you smile then bend over and pull the stick out of your ass.

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I had a wonderful time with friends and my little "green" tape at Archie's.

Test fitting sail windows;




looking through (from the side);


Looking from inside (through the deck glass and out through the sail window;


Looking through deck glass and through 350Z glass.

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Screens N' Things;



Speakers came out pretty nice;


I wanted the top portion of the speaker box to over-lap the fire wall for that water flow feel;




Trunk cap; The trunk cap will no doubt be painted black.


350Z side grills will also be painted black;


Ford GT40 grill came out pretty nice too. Originally the grill was to be used where the existing 350Z grills are, but we passed on that idea and placed them at the bottom.





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Is the car ALMOST the way you've always dreamed it would turn out, or are you still in the last tweaking stages???



Yes. The Arch Rival is about 98% finished leaving only a few items to tweak. This visit was to tackle that Lotus wiper bump in the middle of the hood. Therefore I needed to mock-up a design to "house" the ugly wiper arm bump, solve the uneven "V", and finding a way of removing the wiper blade w/o destroying the over-all area. The answer was found on the Ferrari concept. If you can, try and notice the "housing" of the wiper blade. This is what I'm shooting for on #020. This way I can kill three problems with one simple tweak.



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http://www.pininfarina.com/...lli/ultimi/p4_5.html

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http://www.pininfarina.com/...lli/ultimi/p4_5.html


Thanks for the link.

Although the mock-up is a bit too big (I didn't have time to cut and reduce the size), Kris will reduce the size a bit, but the over-all idea is what we're shooting for.









I plan on using a flat wiper arm w/o the height.

edit: A newer style Corvette hood in the making. Hm very interesting.

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Although the mock-up is a bit too big, the over-all idea is what we're shooting for.




What about making the shape a little more like the cutout in the scoop?

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What about making the shape a little more like the cutout in the scoop?



Now put a little-V were the wiper is and see what we get.

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Now put a little-V were the wiper is and see what we get.


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Very interesting. It does flow the larger V vent, but I still digging the Ferrari one. It too is sharp and goes the opposite of the main hood vent. However, it seems to work for some reason.

Oh well, Kris will continue to tweak this bit.



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Mod changes;


F430 front side vents...nice!


Green tape;



This the second time this area has been changed, but as one person said to me regarding his change, "I wasn't married to the part, so I changed it."

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More green tape? will it ever stop?
Curly the car is looking great!
I would not want to know what Archies bill would be on your car with all the changes.
but it will be the way you want it that's for sure.

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Originally posted by whodeanie:

More green tape? will it ever stop?


Just the Lotus V, actuators (talked about during my previous visit), and side vents. Although, I must admit I did try and fit those driving lights into the front, hee-hee.

Everything else was perfect.






especially the hood scoop; this perhaps the biggest issue "known to mankind" ,but it was defeated, hee-hee.


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Madcurl your car is amazing will th nose work with the widebody i we talked about. Could someone photoshop madcurl vette nose with the madarch widebody on a notchie in there spare time. I am very interested to see how it would look. starting to get images in head cool fieros lots of bodywork. I now have the bug.

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Madcurl your car is amazing will th nose work with the widebody i we talked about. Could someone photoshop madcurl vette nose with the madarch widebody on a notchie in there spare time. I am very interested to see how it would look. starting to get images in head cool fieros lots of bodywork. I now have the bug.


IMO I think it would look very good. Many have used the Fiero Warehouse hood scoop, but used the entire scoop, but if you cut-out the center and re-tweak the edges like #020 you'd still maintain a not-so-hot-rod-esh flow.

You could also shape the scoop to your liking, like this one from the Corvette guys.

A newer style Corvette hood in the making. Hm very interesting.

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Still tweaking;





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Working on several things.













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Working on several things.






Archie


Looking good.

For those who may be curious as-to the reasons for using the V-shape, it was not only to follow the Ferrari concept, but also the Pontiac emblem. While I was at the shop I pointed to Kris the emblem on Archie's Solstice nose.

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Head clearance; All clear.


Well, how's the Corvette seats? Hmm, she's smiling.


Strapping herself in;


Okay, adjustments made;

I forgot to take pics of her raising VDC.

Dude, I thinks she likes it.

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