I was one of those, Archie. Not really a fan of Norm's front end. But you tapered the rear corners down into the doors more so it didn't look so far above and it looks great.
I'm glad you like it. I'll be bye your place in a few weeks for your inaugural pictorial again (like #011). This time we hope nobody will try and use them on the Internet again, hehe. I also need to check in on Orville. I haven't talked to him in some time. Orville's ideas are wrapped up in #020, so I need to give credit.
Originally posted by madcurl: I'm glad you like it. I'll be bye your place in a few weeks for your inaugural pictorial again (like #011). This time we hope nobody will try and use them on the Internet again, hehe. I also need to check in on Orville. I haven't talked to him in some time. Orville's ideas are wrapped up in #020, so I need to give credit.
I was just down there on Wednesday and Thursday of last week picking parts off of his parts cars to get Marie's car going for the Coast Run. He's a little under the weather after having a little accident but he is okay. Just a little sore. He's having a couple of issues with the red car that he will be getting ironed out after he is back on his feet.
Give me a call anytime. I look forward to going for a ride!
Well I must be different to the rest of the crowd because I love the look of the car from the front of the doors back but the front really isn't doing it for me. With the chop top and wedge shape the front is making the car look too front heavy. Like if it brakes heavily it will flip over. Each to his own they say.
I am glad to here you made it all the way home with no problems. and if you see my wheels at SEMA send them my way!
Professionally, BonSpeed should have made you're order #1 since your order was placed way ahead of the SEMA show. It be a different story had you order right before SEMA. HRE will tell you that up front and not to expect any quick orders.
First off, I like to thank Archie for allowing me to give him a big three year headache in building my Fiero dream car. Archie believed in me and Archie followed through on all of my wishes....till the end. These guys finished my car at 12:13AM.
I would allow like to thank him for making the MadArch widebody kit for those who want something a bit different, but maintaining the Fiero's DNA.
Originally posted by exoticse: Curly when does #15 plan to roll out ?
No need to "roll out" since the Mad-Arch widebody kit has been produced. I'll have mine tweaked a bit (cause you never bolt-on a part without first tweaking it) and then shipped out. Once the parts are bolted on, I'll roll-out to Archie for additional tweaking for #015. I have a few more tweaks that should look good (at least inside my head they look good), but that'll be next year since the weather isn't ideal traveling (Nov/Dec).
Okay, while at the stereo shop, I wanted a back-up color camera installed inside the soon-to-be defunked rear hatch lock. Although, I have pretty good visablity using the 350Z window the camera can aid in recording road trips.
[This message has been edited by madcurl (edited 11-01-2008).]