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The ClayTonto Fiero Build by Archie
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Nice. The Camero bow-tie wing did the "trick." The wing extended the over-all look of the car. A definite alternative to your typical fastback and will no doubt draw a crowd.

Oh yeah, do you have a pic of the car (on the ground) with the glass?

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looking good
now we just need to get you set up with some fat rollers
Clayton I will PM you in the morning!

I wish I had a crew of people working on mine to get it done this fast.

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lI wish I had a crew of people working on mine to get it done this fast.


I wish I could get mine done that fast too.

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I'll have to say, this car is coming together better than I could imagine.

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I wish I could get mine done that fast too.



LOL I know how you feel, Money first! while yours gathers dust

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We took the car outside today to blow some of the sanding dust off of it.

We got a few pics of the car outside today.

We still have a few things to do to it but since the pick up date has been moved back a little bit, we have plenty of time & are back to work on a couple of other cars.











I also shot some video today when we pulled the car outside. You can hear when we opened up the electric exhaust cutouts & then later when we close them.

I'll try to post that video up tonight.

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The car is really looking good.

Clay i think i see where you were going with the exhaust tips,..at first they were a bit long for my tastes, but now i think they work.

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Hmmm,....


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http://www.youtube.com/watc...ture=player_embedded

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http://www.youtube.com/watc...ture=player_embedded



that will wake the nieghbors!

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that will wake the nieghbors!


You'll only wake them when you want to.

When he was turning the car around, the car got quiet like he has killed the engine but he had only closed the cutouts.

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Archie, Any idea's on when you will be making more of these hatchs for sale and the price ?

Thanks
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Chop, chop !!

Hehehe just a little something for Clay to tempt the mind (Thanks Jscott1).

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Chop, chop !!

Hehehe just a little something for Clay to tempt the mind (Thanks Jscott1).




Tony, Clay likes the look of the chop's but he wants to do the flying mile with his car and he must wear a helmit to do it and he would have his head
hitting the roof and would not pass tech.

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Tony, Clay likes the look of the chop's but he wants to do the flying mile with his car and he must wear a helmit to do it and he would have his head
hitting the roof and would not pass tech.


Bubbletop, right over his head. After Archie and crew get it chopped, they can cut a hole, he straps in with helmet on, they pour some nice liquid foam on his head through the hole. The next day, when the foam is cured, they can dig him out of the foam, carve it to shape to form the required amount of clearance over his head. and make fiberglass and/or lexan (sunroof?) panels. It would be the first Bubbletop-Flipper-MadArch-GlassHatch-Chopper!

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Nice Toddshotrods! Build in a Gurney bubble. 60's technology in the oughts.

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Bubbletop, right over his head. After Archie and crew get it chopped, they can cut a hole, he straps in with helmet on, they pour some nice liquid foam on his head through the hole. The next day, when the foam is cured, they can dig him out of the foam, carve it to shape to form the required amount of clearance over his head. and make fiberglass and/or lexan (sunroof?) panels. It would be the first Bubbletop-Flipper-MadArch-GlassHatch-Chopper!



LMAO!!!!

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...a Gurney bubble...


That's it! I couldn't remember the name.

Seriously though, if someone did it, they would create a little piece of Fiero history. It's also a great conversation piece. Imagine explaining to the crowd of admirers that the bubble was inspired by sixties-era Gurney, and was absolutely necessary for standing mile accleration runs. The chopped top, raked winshield, and Gurney bubble, allow maximum enjoyment; for the user and the spectator.

Sawzall time?

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I haven't checked on the forum for a few days and I come back and you guys already have it chopped with a glass bubble over my head. What's next? Bullet tail lights and fins?

Archie, you getting all this?

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I haven't checked on the forum for a few days and I come back and you guys already have it chopped with a glass bubble over my head. What's next? Bullet tail lights and fins?

Archie, you getting all this?




LMAO!
Clay, I am going to the swapmeet this weekend do you need anything?
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Clay, I am going to the swapmeet this weekend

Aww man. That's THIS weekend? I hate being away from home

 
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do you need anything?
Dean

Yeah, Pick me up an 88 Formula 5-speed while your there (my Metro is just not cutting it anymore)
...Actually......PM Sent

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Yeah, Pick me up an 88 Formula 5-speed while your there (my Metro is just not cutting it anymore)
...Actually......PM Sent



I can't do the car but if you see this before your PM call me or PM me asap!
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Out of curiosity, how do you like the Held Slalom front suspension?? Is it worth the money? Any problems with installation or fitment?

As for the 13" Held brake kit in the rear, do you have any pictures of the spindle modifications you had done by the machine shop?
Is the 13" brake kit worth the money after the modifications to the rear? Any modifications to the front needed?

Great build, keep it up.

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Clay, I got the part you wanted from the swapmeet.
call me when you get back in town.
D.

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Out of curiosity, how do you like the Held Slalom front suspension?? Is it worth the money? Any problems with installation or fitment?

As for the 13" Held brake kit in the rear, do you have any pictures of the spindle modifications you had done by the machine shop?
Is the 13" brake kit worth the money after the modifications to the rear? Any modifications to the front needed?


I like the Held Slalom kit and I would buy it again. Installation was tricky but not too bad. The mod needing to be done to the rear spindles is pretty straight forward. 3/8" needs to be milled off of the surface of the spindle that bolts to the hub assembly to make up for the caliper adapter plate. I talked to the new owner of Held about offering this mod on a core program and he said he will be doing that in the future. I love the brakes, they are probably more than you need, but they look awesome and stop the car well. The Wilwood brakes have to be used if your going with the Slalom kit, unless you design your own.

 
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Clay, I got the part you wanted from the swapmeet.
claa me when you get back in town.
D.


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My view:

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Niceeeeeeeee !

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What he said!

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your car is looking sick keep up the good work.

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I agree! This is coming together really nicely! What are you going to finish the dash in?

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Thanks, guys.

 
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What are you going to finish the dash in?


Probably leather, but I'm up for suggestions.

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Man! That thing is really looking good!

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Thanks, guys.


Probably leather, but I'm up for suggestions.


If you look up ferrobi's F40 replica thread, I think Rob (Amida) upholstered his dash in "ultra seude" and it looks fantastic. Maybe something to consider.

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Clay, any update on the wheels ?

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Ram-air Intake looks great, Archie and crew.

 
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Clay, any update on the wheels ?


Still waiting on my wheels (or my money back so I can buy some from another company.)

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If you look up ferrobi's F40 replica thread, I think Rob (Amida) upholstered his dash in "ultra seude" and it looks fantastic. Maybe something to consider.



Thank's -

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Clay, we are going to have to fix that air cleaner, that thing looks like you have a big trash can in the back
I have an idea for it
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