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Madcurl's Arch Rival !! by exoticse
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At Archie's we addressed some minor issues that will be corrected prior to leaving. I found my answer on #021.




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More work on the center part of the dash & on the Wiper Triangle.

















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I'm liking the V- emblem. Pontiac should be proud. Funny how a crazy idea ends-up being the icing on the cake. Great job Archie and the Crew.
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FYI, this is a picture of Troy's mirror mounted on Curley's car.
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Some pictures of a custom corvette painted the color Madcurl is planning to go with.



This Canadian car was pictured in the sept, 06 edition of modified luxury and exotic cars magazine.







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Darnit ^^^ That's the color I've always wanted. At least since I saw a custom Camaro painted that back about 20 years ago...

That thing is going to look damed sharp.

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Very nice.
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Not quite as ugly now......











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I see a lot of body work in the near future.
When? When? When Curly get done changing things!
HA HA HA!
looking great!
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Originally posted by exoticse:

Some pictures of a custom corvette painted the color Madcurl is planning to go with. This Canadian car was pictured in the sept, 06 edition of modified luxury and exotic cars magazine.





Thanks Tony. I finally got back to Pennock's. Oh yeah, the movie was great! As Tony mentioned, I've been secretly eye balling this beautiful custom Corvette wide body for several years and the color is what I'm shooting for #020 and my paint guy in CA can't wait to lay down some pearls. The only major difference is the lower fascia and ground FX will be painted black. Just like in the pictures, the Corvette dude's front-end has "kissed thy earth" and I don't want to repaint the entire front clip if an accident should occur.

Edit: The Corvette is rolling on 20/22 combo. 255/30/20 fronts and 355/25/22 rears. Now that's some beef!

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Looking good Archie. The Ford vents are perfect. Darn Pontiac dealership didn't want to sell me the G6 vents so I opt for Ford. For those who may not know, I only replacing the front end of the dash and not the back end. I see nothing wrong with the Fiero's original dash, just the gauge clusters and vents are IMO outdated and in need of a face lift. Just like #011 & #015 the original dash will be re-skinned.

Keep what's good and replace what's outdated.
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I see nothing wrong with the Fiero's original dash, just the gauge clusters and vents are IMO outdated and in need of a face lift. Just like #011 & #015 the original dash will be re-skinned.
Keep what's good and replace what's outdated.

I agree with that ! Classy color choice btw.
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I just got off the phone with Archie. Plenty of work was performed on the dash with some minor changes. He'll post them later on tonight.

While I'm waiting, a few engine pics.



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Once all the vents & pretty stuff are mounted on the outside, someone has to go under the panel & everything functional & serviceable.

In this case Kris went inside and built a couple of walls to form an air box so that the air that used to come out the center dash vents & make it come out these 2 new vents.







That air box will fit right up to & over the modified Fiero center outlet.



The Radio surround.....



The mounting for the radio & heater controls







Before we went home tonight all these mountings were glassed in to make them permanent.

More pics Monday.

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The original design of the humount faceplate was designed so that once the stock Fiero surround faceplate was installed, the 4 screws in each corner of the humount plate would not be visible.

Just a suggestion but is there a way to hide those 4 silver screws?

Edit...nevermind...I see now that the pic is from the back.

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Sail Panel Window Alternative http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/043053.html
My best advice when it comes to your Fiero is to "NOT" do any dealings with www.kitcarman.com
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...070315-1-061575.html <~ The drama with kitcarman
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/078336.html <~ finishing and fixing kitcarmans mess
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/079860.html <~ re-do after kitcarmans motor blew up.

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Actually you're correct, but in my case I will remove the phillips screws and use black hex screws from the local hardware store that are similar to the hex screws used on the stock dash/bezel/vents.

Frontal pics;

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Hey Archie, I'm shipping out the lighters. Should get them by Wednesday UPS.

Mitsubishi illuminated rim lighter. Out with the old and in with the new.

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Curly here is an interior pic



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Thanks Tony. I love that interior.
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Soooo.. can I have your car when its done?? Just thought I'd take a stab never know!
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I got my 2009 tags in the mail. Gotta love OK; diffentily no hassle there. Once #020 is back to CA, I'll surrender the plates.


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Today, Kris finished up all the inside mounting provisions on the center dash panel.

Then he started trying to make it pretty.







Meanwhile, the Caddie instrumentation has been located. The big thing on it is now trying to make a housing around it that looks good.







We also looked at the Dakota digital instrument panel.

You'll see that it is way wide & will interfere with where you want to mount the left side vent.





Curley call me tomorrow.

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Since you already have the caddy instruments on the side, this might be all you need for the driver:



http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...p1638Q2em118Q2el1247

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Thanks for the updates Archie. The dash is starting to take shape, especially the vented area. Can you stand back 25-feet (or as far-as-you-can) and take a picture of the hood?


(Scientific survey being conducted @25ft)

 
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Since you already have the caddy instruments on the side, this might be all you need for the driver:



[URL=http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/DEFI-VSD-X-SPEEDOMETER-TACH-MONITOR-LED-HUD-RPM-GAUGES_W0QQitemZ150194063118QQihZ005QQcategoryZ33678QQrdZ1QQssPageNameZWD1VQQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksidZp1638Q2em118Q2el1247]http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...p1638Q2em118Q2el1247[/ URL]



Thanks for the "heads-up" display. Due to limited room, we''ll have to wait on that after the dash is finished. side note; the Caddy's "heads-up" display is a plug n' play using the N* and Caddy instrument pods, but as noted I have limted space using either system.

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Hmm. I'm thinking about having the area that surrounds the air/heater switch pod cut-out and sent to the business in Canada (Humount faceplate) to make a custom surround for the air/heater pod. This way the entire area will appear OEM as one-unit.

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My mind is still "rolling" with new ideas.

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While I was at Archie's I did some measuring; from 25 ft, hehe.



I came-in closer;


I found something interesting; I was shocked!

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Curly,
when are you going to get it to paint?
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Originally posted by whodeanie:

Curly,
when are you going to get it to paint?


Plan A;
I hope to have the exterior painted by Trendzs here in CA by November-December (like the Corvette above). I don't foresee any additional tweaks for the exterior, but I'll need at least 1-month for everything to marinate. I'm looking at 6-8 weeks at the paint shop, so in the meantime I want to take it all-in while #020 is in the garage.

Plan B;
I can always wait until March-April 2009 for paint and in the meantime tweak a few interior semilar to the Corvette's interior above. Either way I'm in no rush.
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I hear ya. I would just like to see it with paint and complete.
it is to nice of a car to not ever finish.
but I know some day you will get it done.
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I know some day you will get it done.



Today was busy day wrapping and boxing the Baer brakes... all 90 pounds of them. I hope to have Kevin at Design 1 System install them. Since the Baer rotors are a different set-up, Kevin will use a mock-up car (87) making it a (somewhat) easy swap transfer.


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Curley, I think you'll like this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mPekTvOEOo
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Curley, I think you'll like this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mPekTvOEOo


Thats pretty cool but awfully noisey.
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Curley, I think you'll like this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mPekTvOEOo


Yep!!!

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