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LED tail lights. I will need to polish the lenses.


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Antenna mounted.

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Photochopped the side skirts on to it.

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Photchop some 18's on it.

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you hsould hav photoshoped the sailpanels in.
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Hey 4.9....Anything new to report?
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I haven't got much done. Mounted the mirrors.

Did you see Monday Night Football? It's nearly been the rainiest Seattle month ever, now Snow. The Packers brought it with them.
Snowed for the first half Packers did well. Stopped Snowing for the second half, Seahawks came back and won.

My Fuel pump went out in my '96 Suburban. I got the new one installed but still need to put the tank back up and in.
I only had a 1/4 tank gas when it went out. Had to be towed home, Happened before the tow trucks were busy with snow stuck cars.
May need some mid-day sun to warm up things enough to get it back in.
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What a game, damn packers keep dissapointing me.
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Originally posted by larini74:

I found the sequential turn led turn signal lights at: http://www.truckntow.com/pc-10911-147001-sequential-arrow-amber-led-turn-light-grommet-w-pigtail.aspx


http://www.fierocountry.us


Nice, They look the same as the ones I bought.

http://pages.prodigy.net/calboy/maxximaarrow.WMV

Are you going with the LEDs also?
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I plan to - I have an idea for a custom tail light treatment, those sequential lights would be perfect if the lenses were red., but
anything can be adapted.
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Any more updates on this beauty ??
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any new pictures?
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Great work. Love the orange with grey stripes.

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Replacing the 85MPH Speedo with 120MPH Set.
I decided to use Speedhut gauges for the pillar instead of the GT center console ones.
I will either paint the bezels black or cover them with carbon fiber.

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o my gosh.........

i want those bumpers. period.

beautiful car... seriously..

ill trade ya great condition GT fastback clip + bumpers for a notchie clip and your bumpers

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OK , No work done on the fiberglassin'

But here's a pic I promised to Madcurl of my new chrome bolt upgrade.

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Originally posted by fourpoint9:

OK , No work done on the fiberglassin'

But here's a pic I promised to Madcurl of my new chrome bolt upgrade.



Hehehe. A pic of a "chrome-bolt" should be the official masscot for all who's car is under-construction. I need to take a pic of one of my chromed Fiero bolts too. Hmm?

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I did recover my seats and now I'm working on the doors - both Mr.Mikes



I installed the steering wheel, Rodney Dickman short shifter and Flameball.com shift knob.



And because Curly says I don't post enough pics of my car here are a couple




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You Sir, have one of the best looking notch-nose on the forum! Oh yeah, the rear bumber too.

Edit: How bout' a side nose pic? I like to see the angle?

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yes thats very nice, i do hope you sell me one of these noses or might have to steal the mold from you.
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WOW can i have the horizpontal front pic one in hi-res? new desktop / good looking car to PS
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I emailed it to you BobadooFunk. 914KB
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The color, the stripes, the fiberglass Art work, ya got to love this car!!!
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My heart skipped a beat when i saw the back bumper on! WOW this is so cool. Great job!
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you get those skirts made yet?
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Working on a sub-box-console.
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Working on a sub-box-console.


Looks niceeeeee... the only thing I see not looking up to par are those switch plates for your headlights/trunk release etc. They need some attention to match everything else. Did you make the lower part of those door panels yourself?

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A wake up call: Venders

This IMO is one of the best front notchie clips on the forum. Why? It maintains the "Fiero flow" & contain tweaked/angled corners. I think the "venders" need to wake-up and take notice. When regular people began to build items that are not on the market, the "venders" are behind the thinking curve while they're heads are stuck in the sand. People want newly tweaked stuff, not stuff that's been on the market for the last 20 yrs! End-of-rant, hehe.


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Looks niceeeeee... the only thing I see not looking up to par are those switch plates for your headlights/trunk release etc. They need some attention to match everything else. Did you make the lower part of those door panels yourself?



The switches are on the to do list. The door panel and seat leather are from Mr.Mikes.
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Working on a sub-box-console.


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Shift Boot Shopping

What do you think of this one?



http://www.cardomain.com/item/NRGTT010
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Shift Boot Shopping

What do you think of this one?



http://www.cardomain.com/item/NRGTT010


Very nice... much better upgrade compared to the flimsy stock one.

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Very nice work and progress on your car.

I wondered are those Mr. Mikes door panels? Is he doing complete dorr panels again?

And is the steering wheel a Grant one?

Keep up the great work, it's a sweet notchie.
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Originally posted by blkpearl:

Very nice work and progress on your car.

I wondered are those Mr. Mikes door panels? Is he doing complete dorr panels again?

And is the steering wheel a Grant one?

Keep up the great work, it's a sweet notchie.


Yes, They are Mr.Mike Seat and Door Panel leather. I don't think he stopped making the door leather, just doesn't make the door handles and map pockets anymore.



The steering wheel is a Luisi Skorpio. I made the horn button from parts I bought off ebay and printed the center on my InkJet printer and did the water drop epoxy myself

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That car is looking great! Keep it up!

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The steering wheel is a Luisi Skorpio. I made the horn button from parts I bought off ebay and printed the center on my InkJet printer and did the water drop epoxy myself



Can you explain how you did this? And where do you get epoxy like that? I want to make some center caps for my wheels, and possibly steering wheel as well.
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