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The Revitalization of Chop Top #13 FKA "Blackdeath" by Fierotaz
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Originally posted by FierociousGT:


Thanks to #13 @ CTHC2 is what made me realize I need to get a sunroof



@ D5 you would have witnessed the demonstration in person, hehe.





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Well I heard back from my paint guy and he is working on finding the color I want for the car. I have also commissioned a special piece for use at show-n-shines. What could it be Well only time will tell...Centexindy if you remember you had better keep it to yourself

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I'm glad you're keeping #013.

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Well I took her out today and she ran great and got a lot of attention, here is a pic I took with a convertible!

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Originally posted by Fierotaz:

Well I took her out today and she ran great and got a lot of attention, here is a pic I took with a convertible!


Choptop is looking good .So is Rollands car! Did yawl have a meet today?

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I'm glad you're keeping #013.

LOL, I'm not. I'd like to own it, but my PM never got a courtesy reply.

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Choptop is looking good .So is Rollands car! Did yawl have a meet today?



http://images.fieroforum.com/pffimages3/Azrun1.jpg
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Originally posted by Fierotaz:

Well I heard back from my paint guy and he is working on finding the color I want for the car. I have also commissioned a special piece for use at show-n-shines. What could it be Well only time will tell...Centexindy if you remember you had better keep it to yourself


Please say its a hood with some special air brushing! I've been wanting to find someone local who can do "real flames" and do a Fiero emblem like so on a hood but no luck so far

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Originally posted by Silentassassin185:
Please say its a hood with some special air brushing! I've been wanting to find someone local who can do "real flames" and do a Fiero emblem on a hood but no luck so far


It is funny that is exactly what I was going to do, and I have a guy locally that can do it. The only problem is I can't figure out how to make it look on the car the way it looks in my head. If you have any ideas I would love to hear from you, the problem I am having is vent on the hood shrinks the usable area.
This is not however the piece I am speaking of

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Ah I see your point. I have a hood without a vent and was planning on having it for the airbrush work (for car shows and what not) and a second hood with a vent for when its not doing shows. A possible idea to kick around for your hood would be the real flames coming from the vent and forming into the emblem possibly? With the vent it sort of disallows the possibility of a full hood image. I'd have to stare at it for a while and see if I could come up with any other ideas.

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I thought about this idea some time ago and I think it would be cool to have the flames coming out your deck lid vent and out the side vent. IMO this is the logical place for the vent since our engine is in the back, right?

On the deck lid have the flames appearing to be blowing backwards toward the bow-tie wing. This will appear as if the car is moving foward. The same could be done on the Mad-Arch side vents with less of flames appearing to be blown backwards towards those meaty 345's.

I wouldn't over-kill the flames in either location and only in the true flame-like fashion. Those fake biker flames are cheapish.

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I wouldn't over-kill the flames in either location and only in the true flame-like fashion. Those fake biker flames are cheapish.


That is the BIG key. Don't over do it and if you're gonna do it do it right with the "real flame" technique. Any chance you have some head on shots of the hood to get an idea of how much room is above the vent? Use it to kick around some ideas

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this guy's flame art looks pretty good.

http://www.angelfire.com/su...brush/Real_Fire.html

edit: he's in northern arizona.

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This is the guy I am going to use as he did some work for me on my '55 Ford Truck.

http://www.shawnwilken.com/custom%20paint.htm

 
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... Any chance you have some head on shots of the hood to get an idea of how much room is above the vent? Use it to kick around some ideas

This is the closet thing I have to the pic you are asking for, I will try to take a head on shot from above tomorrow.

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This is the guy I am going to use as he did some work for me on my '55 Ford Truck.



Must see pictures of said truck.

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Must see pictures of said truck.

I am in the final assembly of the truck, so I don't have pictures yet, but here is one of the tailgate he did.



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Amazing... just wow. I'm honored to have had a very small part in the making of this spectacular car. I'm also very glad that it went to someone who has taken it so far. It truly is one of the top Fiero's out there now, something I had dreamed for it from the begining. I love everything that you've done to it.

On a humorous note, I still have, sitting in my garage, a mock up of a deck lid vent that looks near exactly like the one you put on. Excellent work there!

I told you once, a long time ago I would send you my full set of pics of this car. Well life got in the way and I never got around to it. My apologies. However I do still have them and I still have your address in my P.M.'s if it hasen't changed, I can get them sent out. Please let me know.

I'll see if I can dust off PIP and post an old school teaser or two.

Once again, truly fantastic!
Tyler

P.S. I hope you keep it black and I want to see pics of it painted!








P.S.S. Archie, you ever do anything with that crazy spoiler?

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P.S.S. Archie, you ever do anything with that crazy spoiler?


Not yet, it's still up in the loft.

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...Once again, truly fantastic!
Tyler

Tyler thanks for the kind words! It is always hard to look at something you started not knowing what the next yayhoo might do to it, so I am glad you like the direction I took the car in.
 
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P.S. I hope you keep it black and I want to see pics of it painted!

I am getting more and more requests to keep the car black and if Tony paints his CTGT red then I just might.

PS #13 was choosen for the Fiero Deck of cards being made and it will be the King of Spades!

Tyler, yes please send what you have on the car, the address is still the same. Thanks!

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well I finally got my stock spindles powder coated and they are getting installed today!




I am also cleaning up a bit while I have things apart

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Here is how she sits right now before I adjust the coil overs...It is much easier to get it in my drive way with this wheel gap

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Nice. Please take additional pics using a Coke can for comparison.

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coke pish u need to use a pepsi can. great work i only hope to have a car that looks 1/2 as good as yours. o and i think im stealin your rims i LOVE them.

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Hey Leroy, did the mailman arrive?

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Hey Leroy, did the mailman arrive?

Just got it about 5 minutes ago.
Thanks!

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Did you get around to lower the chopper? Pepsi can pics?

Edit: while you at it, before Pepsi can pics (I forgot to do this on mine).

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I just wanted to chime in and say I think this car is amazing!! Good job!

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I just wanted to chime in and say I think this car is amazing!! Good job!


Thanks, if you make it to the 25th you might be able to take it for a drive.

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Thanks, if you make it to the 25th you might be able to take it for a drive.


wow... im not even kidding... reading that sent tingles down to my feet

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wow... im not even kidding... reading that sent tingles down to my feet

Well it is nice that while I no longer have that effect on women my car still can

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GT-X, i'm diggin that wing man.

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GT-X, i'm diggin that wing man.


Thanks, but GT-X didn't do the wing...the hood is his though.

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Did you get around to lower the chopper? Pepsi can pics?

Edit: while you at it, before Pepsi can pics (I forgot to do this on mine).



Lowered pics

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Lowered pics

Don't have the lowered pic's yet, but here are the Coke can pics you asked for:

Before


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Leroy, you have a PM.

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Sweet. Thanks Leroy for visuals; it gives me a reference point for #020. I need to get #020 to the height of the "Coke" can.

How much lower are you going to drop #013?

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Sweet. Thanks Leroy for visuals; it gives me a reference point for #020. I need to get #020 to the height of the "Coke" can.
How much lower are you going to drop #013?


I am planning on dropping it to the height of the coke can and see how she handles in the corners.

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I always use the neighbor's cat Fluffy.



He's about curb size

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I always use the neighbor's cat Fluffy.
He's about curb size

So is an Armadillo! See the crack over the cat's head? That is what an Armadillo did doing about 75 on a Kansas Turnpike.

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