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Sourmug's Decklid Vent Build ** 56K Warning!!** by Sourmug
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Report this Post05-15-2008 11:52 PM Click Here to See the Profile for SourmugSend a Private Message to SourmugEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Thanks for the compliments guys!

 
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Whoa. Nice deck lid build! :P
I'm almost speechless - Where the heck do some of you guys find the time to build things like this? It looks like a full time job plus plenty of overtime.

That car is rolling art.



Yes, it's been a bit of work and there's plenty left to do. Kind of needed to take a break from it as it gets a bit overwelming at times but I'm getting the bug to start working on it again.

As for time, we don't have kids so I do have some extra time available that most spend running around to soccer/hockey games etc.

Nolan

WOOT! Page 17 !!!

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Yep, page 17 and not finished yet.....looking forward to at least 30 pages more!!

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Take your time, Nolan. You do awesome work.
 
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Yes, it's been a bit of work and there's plenty left to do. Kind of needed to take a break from it as it gets a bit overwelming at times but I'm getting the bug to start working on it again.

As for time, we don't have kids so I do have some extra time available that most spend running around to soccer/hockey games etc.

I hear you. I took almost 3 months off because I was burnt, but I'm hard at it now. But, I'm also going to lose about 4 hours today, though. 3 soccer games to go too.

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Originally posted by Sourmug:

Also, I purchased an older model Firebird wing. I like the rear diffuser that was made here in this Thread

Here are a couple of pictures of 3.8 SC's car:



OK, that's all for tonight.
Nolan



Wow I just stumbled upon this thread. I so have to go back & look around. There is some interesting stuff going on here. Makes me want to tweek the Indy... I just had to get a limited edition fiero... LOL

I just was scanning back through the thread and had to add my comment on the rear wing Idea... Personally I love it, but when I did this on my firebird back in 2000 I got blasted by everyone. I still get nailed for this when ever I post on the F-body Forums. I have not yet flushed in the wing as I have never been satisfied with the stock bumper...






Wow black does not photograph well... I so need some better pics!

Thats what I like about Fiero Owners, you guys have vision and understand that just because you tweek something to fit your vision does not mean you ruin the car.
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Hello,
I am new to forums. But I must stay that you do very fine work.
I am getting ready to start working on my 87 Fiero GT and a lot of the projects you have done are providing a lot of incentive to start some of them.

I would like to thank you for posting all the hard work you have done and the time spent documenting and sharing!!
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Report this Post07-18-2008 09:56 PM Click Here to See the Profile for SAFASTROClick Here to visit SAFASTRO's HomePageSend a Private Message to SAFASTROEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Hey Scott!!!
First off, welcome to the forum.
I too admire Nolan for his work and documentation. I hope to one day see this car in person......hey Nolan, if you're reading this, let me know when I can stop by for a sneak-peak!!!
Thanks!!!

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Report this Post07-29-2008 04:34 PM Click Here to See the Profile for SourmugSend a Private Message to SourmugEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Sorry that I haven't responded sooner but I have not been on the forum much lately.

I haven't progressed on the car at all either I have been far too busy doing home renovations. I must admit that I have also been avoiding it a bit but I think that it's time that I started to work on it again. Hopefully I will be able to provide an update in the near future.

Safastro:

Give me some time to clean things up and put it in order and then I'll have a bunch over to have a look at it.

Thanks
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All I have to say is...Unbelievable. Totally unreal. The amount of hard labor and craftsmen ship that i just read in the last 17 pages is unlike anything i have ever seen in my life. The way you just turn normal things like a grand am door panel into a work of art or the part about using a coke bottle for rings...its just...there is no way to describe in it words. I wish to make something that detailed when i'm older. And here i am worrying about fixing my subwoofer issue. Amazing job! Keep it up!

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Updates please!!

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Report this Post10-03-2008 08:16 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FreemanClick Here to Email FreemanSend a Private Message to FreemanEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Nolan -

Beautiful work, I've been following this thread for a while now. You even motivated me to start to work on my own dash swap. Great work with the door panels. would you be willing to share where you bought the polyuerothane foam (A-B foam?)? I've been looking around and have not found anything in any stores, and have always been tenative about buying things online. Again, great work.

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Report this Post10-07-2008 07:12 PM Click Here to See the Profile for SourmugSend a Private Message to SourmugEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

My apologies everyone, I have not checked in for a while nor have I had the chance to make any progress on the car.

Thanks for you compliments, it's nice to know that you are all still interested. I hope to be able to do some work on the car in the near future.

Freeman: I purchased the two part foam from a local autobody supplier. I'm sure that you would be able to find a similar product in a similar shop near you.

Thanks again
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I checked my receipts and the foam was actually purchased at a place that specializes in plastics, fiberglass and resins.

Nolan

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I just looked threw your build for the first time.
Nice Job! I will have to save as a fav.

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I just went through the whole thing again myself. So many good ideas. Bump for you, Nolan.

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BUMP FROM THE PAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ok Nolan,

Super Great work! You are a master of these kind of things!

SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.....

What happened to the dash wiring?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? (p.s. Send me the pin outs )

I hope the house is finished ( I can just image how THAT looks) cause I am having a fit cause the post have stopped for a while.

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Hi everyone.

Sorry that I haven't been around in a while and thanks for the comments.

I don't have any progress to report. In fact, I'm not certain about the future of this build. I seem to have hit a roadblock and just can't make any progress at this point. So much so that I am uncertain as to whether I will continue with this, sell it as a project, part it out or scrap the whole thing entirely. Time will tell.

Thanks for continuing to look at this thread, I hope that you have found it beneficial and helpful in some small way.

Thanks
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Nolan,
Sorry to here about your loss of interest in this incredible build.
Let me know if I can take any of those parts off your hand!! I'd hate to see this build go to waste! Too much talent and hard work for it to be sent out to the scrappers.
If I can help.....let me know!!

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Originally posted by Sourmug:

Hi everyone.

Sorry that I haven't been around in a while and thanks for the comments.

I don't have any progress to report. In fact, I'm not certain about the future of this build. I seem to have hit a roadblock and just can't make any progress at this point. So much so that I am uncertain as to whether I will continue with this, sell it as a project, part it out or scrap the whole thing entirely. Time will tell.

Thanks for continuing to look at this thread, I hope that you have found it beneficial and helpful in some small way.

Thanks
Nolan


I let my car sit for a year after putting the V8 in, then I installed the Norm flipper and let it sit for 6 months, mr. mike leather, its sitting again. As long as its not costing me money to keep it I will let it sit till its finished.
It helps that the car is drivable and I can take it out for a spin once in a while.

What ever you decide don't go into it lightly, I let my Charger go and have regretted it for 20 years.

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I had to give this a bump back to the forefront. This has to be one of the most extensive and best build threads I have seen! If you ever decide to get rid of this machine let me know...I would be super interested!!!!!

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I don't have any progress to report. In fact, I'm not certain about the future of this build. I seem to have hit a roadblock and just can't make any progress at this point.



What's the roadblock and can we give you a hand with it? I'm sure there's a few in Calgary or Edmonton that have already done what you're stuck on and can probably get your project going again.

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After a long rest my Fiero is putting a smile on my face again!

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Report this Post05-31-2009 07:48 PM Click Here to See the Profile for RCRClick Here to Email RCRSend a Private Message to RCREdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Since you've helped inspire some of my creativity, Nolan, here is a shot of the hood vent I'm working on. It's a slightly tweaked Fieroaddiction vent.




Hope you get the inspiration back soon...

Bob

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Since you've helped inspire some of my creativity, Nolan, here is a shot of the hood vent I'm working on. It's a slightly tweaked Fieroaddiction vent.




Hope you get the inspiration back soon...

Bob



Nice hood !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WoW !!!

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Back on page 6..... WHAT YOU ARE MY FATHER!!!!! swwwweeeeet can I take the car out tonight DAD?



Very cool thread the work is outstanding and that is an understatement

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Report this Post07-25-2009 05:32 PM Click Here to See the Profile for SourmugSend a Private Message to SourmugEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Hi all:

Thanks for all your encouragement and comments, they have been greatly appreciated. However, i believe that it is now time to move on. I am listing this project for sale in the mall.

Thanks again.
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Ah, Nolan...Say it's not so....

Sorry to see you leave...You've been an inspiration...

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Well, it looks like this is the end. Here are pics just before the sale day that I had for our local club:




A lot of good parts went to a lot of good Fiero people. Most has been sold now except for a few larger or more expensive items.

Here's the chassis all loaded up with the scrap parts:



On the flatbed:




Now there's just room in the garage where it sat for the last 5 years.

Don't mean to wax maudlin but it's is admittedly tough to see it go. I poured a lot of effort, creativity and heart into it but it wasn't in me to finish it. My hats off to all of you who take on projects such as this and finish them I can only imagine the excitement when you get to drive the finished project.

I have no regrets however, as I learned a lot, enjoyed the process and did things that I had never thought that I could do. I hope that those of you who have followed this thread have enjoyed the journey. I know I have.

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Thanx Nolan, for the inspiration and guidance. Hope you continue to hang with us.

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did you get your headers yet????

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Hi Joe:

Not yet, I'm sure it will take a few more days.

Thanks

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I have lots of questions about the decklid vent.

What car is it off of or what's it for? Where did u get it? Does it work well to keep the engine bay cool? Does it let leaves, water, etc in easily? How hard was this vent to install (u can compare to other decklid scoops, like the popular mustang scoop)?

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I have lots of questions about the decklid vent.

What car is it off of or what's it for? Where did u get it? Does it work well to keep the engine bay cool? Does it let leaves, water, etc in easily? How hard was this vent to install (u can compare to other decklid scoops, like the popular mustang scoop)?


Hi:

The vent came from Taiwan and the seller/maker went by "Golden" on the forum, I don't know if it's still available.

Yes it would help keep the bay cool.

I had not added screens yet but I was going to to keep leaves out.

Rain water would get in. Not a big deal for me as I try not to drive my Fiero in the rain and it parks in the garage.

It's a LOT of effort to install. It also depends on what level of finish you want the final product to have. I wanted mine to look like it came from the factory that way.

Thanks
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i cannot view images posted in this topic anymore for some reason.....there is a red "X" in place of where the images used to appear.....anyone know what's up with that? thanks

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They seem to be working fine for me.

Edit to add: I didn't think anyone would be looking at this thread any more.

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Edit to add: I didn't think anyone would be looking at this thread any more.



With the attention to detail, great write up, step by step pics and unique ideas, this is one of the best construction threads! The effort you gave to us to see your ideas is what makes this place great. I hope you never think of "failed" not finishing it.

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Well, thanks!

No I don't view it as a "failure" but I do sometimes wish that I had persevered and finished it. It was a great learning experience and it pushed the boundaries of what I thought I was capable of.

thanks
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You do fantastic work and it has brought a lot back to mind and given me pointers as to what is to come. I really appreciate all the effort you put in and wish to thank you for sharing it.

This is how we lean from each other.

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Thanks Paul, glad I could help out a bit.

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Hi Nolan,

I just bought an '85 Fiero that needs some TLC, or maybe lots of TLC. I have read your posts even today in April of 2012. So you think others aren't very interested in what you have done. Not!

There are a lot of great ideas and also inspiration in your descriptions and pictures.

I understand about your moving on. I have several projects that I haven't looked at in way too long. There are a few that I have forgotten I have until I stumble on them. I should part with them and recover the space they are taking.

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