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Sport Fiero by fourpoint9
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Sorry if I missed it, but can you give details on the hood scoops? Beautiful car!

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Working on perfecting the side skirt plugs today. Sanding and more sanding. Then Duratec Primer. Then polish....

The hood vents are Aerogear Universal NSX scoops
http://www.aerogear.net/pro...al-NSX-air-ducts.htm

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http://www.customautotrim.c...ns/universal/102218/ Just one place- Reg $99.00 Sale: $89.10



link above didn't work...

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Anything new to report...

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Hungry for an update.

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Just spayed the Gelcoat on the plugs. I will start fiberglassing the molds this afternoon. Icelander is coming over to help.

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so... when are we gonna start seeing some of these front and rear pieces goin up for sale? please let me know if you are.. ide be interested...

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After I get done with my GT I'm considering a BMW E21 (Euro style) or a Fiero Notchback with an Ecotec.



I just bought a BMW e30 baur cabrolet it is only a 318i but i need to save gas another doeruper.
needs new everything but it has 110,000kms so hasnt gone far in 20 years. After i finish it i will most likely buy another small engine car for daily driver as i put more money into fiero. Working on 2 cars now but was working on 3 just sold my 550cc micro ute.

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Molds are done. Start the parts tomorrow.



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After I get done with my GT I'm considering a BMW E21 (Euro style) or a Fiero Notchback with an Ecotec.


BUY NOW! E21 Bimmers are just ****in' cool! Go buy it, you will fall in love, and it will like the love you give it (being an E21 it will prolly need some lovin').

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Thanks for the info on the hood scoops. Do you cut holes in the hood the size of the scoops and then glass them in? Any chance of getting a pic of the hood from the bottom side?

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Got my five kids to help me wax the molds. Team work.








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Looks like you're one kid there is checkin out his guns in the first pic.... NICE hahahahah

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Yeah, That's Daniel. In the second one it almost looks like he's doing the Madcurl pose - like he's pickin up a choptop at Archie's

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Test fit




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... wow ...

sweet.

someday.. i so want those. and your rear bumper too!

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I really love the bumpers and side panels!

But I have one critque is that the sides of the front bumper seem to plain, like maybe throw a scoop on there or some sort of splitter.

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I have thought about making a front lip with splitters on the sides.

Might have to photochop it to see how it would look.

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Test fit and painted...

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Fast job, would have done this one instead but I didn't see it because of the 100kb rule.

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I really love the bumpers and side panels!

But I have one critque is that the sides of the front bumper seem to plain, like maybe throw a scoop on there or some sort of splitter.


agreed.

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Took it to the paint shop this morning.

Hope to have it done in time for this Saturday's
Jet City Fiero's Arlington Picnic http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/065071.html

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HAHAHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHa........"have it done by Saturday's picnic" HA HA HA

J/K

Hope it works out for ya, you owe me.

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I know your almost finished with your car and will be there too...

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Today's Arlington Picnic.







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i want your side skirt pieces

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Today's Arlington Picnic.









Hi all

Those skirts look absolutely incredible!! GREAT job! A + for your creativity sir.... That second pic is PURRRRRRRfectly beautiful... I've always loved notchies esp. with an aero like front end, and yours is just stunning, that orange color is a gorgeous choice and looks remarkable!!

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^I second that. Beautiful paint job and awesome interior.

Great job.

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I just noticed this thread now, but this car has quickly become one of my favorite fieros.

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The car looks 100% better in person.

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A++++++++

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AMAZING!! my new favorite notchie!!!

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My brother made this video of it yesterday

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZN6zlkbt7I

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Very nice.

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That thing sounds so sick on your vid, but not even comparable to how cool it sounds in person! At Arlington you started that up and it scared people haha.

PS, I am the college kid who asked you to start it for me and I held your plate and drink for you...

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Today's Arlington Picnic.





Nice, very nice and tweaked.

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Your work is very impressive. I especially like the interior!
I'd love to see this car in person some time. Maybe Westfest next year? ;-)

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the car looks exquisite, it has me very interestd in all the panels. Can't wait to get beck home so i can work on my car.

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SWEEET car, I wish I had 5 helpers at my disposal! I have to ask where did you find that shifter boot and mount

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The shift boot is from a Audi TT. I bought it from an online Audi auto wrecker.


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