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An Exotic Adventure,..the Rebirth of Choptop #4 ! by exoticse
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BTW ,...how do you get your thread nominated to the Construction zone ??


PM Sent

Wahoo!!! Page 10 Ownage!!!

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Thanks for the move Clay !

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X I'm glad to see you're making progress. Are you keeping the interior tan? I still have a set of 88 Beechwood leather seats in my garage. PM if interested.

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Looking really good !!

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86 2.8 V6 fastback GT 65k original miles
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BUMP!

Any updates w/ pics?

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Sorry no updates, totally bedridden at the moment.

So sick right now, i am miserable. Can't even eat.

Missing time from work ($), and losing time trying to make daytona.

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Sorry no updates, totally bedridden at the moment.

So sick right now, i am miserable. Can't even eat.

Missing time from work ($), and losing time trying to make daytona.




get well soon Tony.
I am going to try to make Daytona and i would love to see you there as well.

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Hey Dean,

I will definatly be there, just a matter now if the chopper will make it.

Time and money are my enemy right now.

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Hey Dean,

I will definatly be there, just a matter now if the chopper will make it.

Time and money are my enemy right now.


I know what you are talking about. I am going to try my best to be there but the car will not make it.

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Don't feel bad guys, I'm in the same boat. Well, there is always D10, (I hated to say that)

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Fun money frozen for the moment.

Will probably be this summer before any significant progress. We are waiting to find out ( end of May) if my girlfriend will have her job next year.

Until things are solidified on that end, i cannot justify spending excess money that may be needed for the household.
It sucks, but that is life.

Until then i will be doing mostly just mockups, with maybe a hood treatment or dashwork /interior work actually being done.

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A little side project i am about to undertake.

Going to make a little wall art in my garage for my choptop., like this replica guy did, in lamborghini script, on his garage wall.



I think i am going to go with Fiero GT, and or Pontiac in the FIERO FONT.



This is how he told me he made it:

" Its 3/4" MDF plywood covered with stainless steel metal-mica. I used a projector to project the image on the plywood, drew it out, then cut it with a jig-saw. Then I painted it black, and covered the face with a sheet of thin stainless steel veneering (metal-mica). Then I routed the excess off, and it was done. The crest is also 3/4" MDF, covered with a flag/banner that I bought from Ebay for $10

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THAT is a replica???? Best I have ever seen!

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Im guessing he wants to build the thing on the wall... haha

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THAT is a replica???? Best I have ever seen!



Yes and it is built off a fiero.

This car has everything from custom made, WORKING, paddle shifters that work with the fiero DNA, and working, motorized, bat wings. Yes probably the best murcie replica ever built.

You probably have to join the kit car forum to see the pics, but his build thread is here.

http://www.madmechanics.com...-me-build-(changes)/

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Tony,
PM me with your info and I will get the package put together and let you know what shipping will be.
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Tony,
PM me with your info and I will get the package put together and let you know what shipping will be.
Dean


Done.

Thanks again.

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Tony,
PM me with your info and I will get the package put together and let you know what shipping will be.
Dean

 
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Done.
Thanks again.
Tony

Whatever it is, I want one too J/K

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Whatever it is, I want one too J/K


You already have it! LOL

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You already have it! LOL


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Test fitted my V-8 Archie dash today and i found it to be just a smidgen tight on the fit,...might have to shave off a bit off the sides. No matter as i was planning on modifying it and removing the covering the previous owner had attached.





Until i get the brakes fixed, i try to run the engine to keep it happy till #4 is ready for the road. Last time i left the headlight switch just a smidge on, so my battery ran down, so today #4 needed a boost.



No problem cranked right up.



While i was fiddling around in the garage i found some of that blue painter's tape that Madcurl is famous for, and started playing around with some hood ideas, none of which blew me away,...but it was fun anyways.









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It's a nice dash, just don't forget to tweak it;

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Oh trust me it will barely resemble it's former self when i am done.

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While i was fiddling around in the garage i found some of that blue painter's tape that Madcurl is famous for, and started playing around with some hood ideas, none of which blew me away,...but it was fun anyways.

Just go with the "Extreme Hood Extractor", you are welcome to make a copy of mines.

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looks like fun.
Tony, when you do the hood vent don't go to far forward on the car you will have to redo it if you do
because you will be into the radiator. the back edge of the headlights is about where you want to be.

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here is mine in progress
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looks like fun.
Tony, when you do the hood vent don't go to far forward on the car you will have to redo it if you do
because you will be into the radiator. the back edge of the headlights is about where you want to be.

Dean is rigth Tony. Here is a another idea (56k warning).
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Hey Tony. What happened to the pose?





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The widebody kit:





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HAS ANY ONE PUT THIS KIT ON A STRETCHED FIERO CHASSIS ,I HAVE A EXTRA FIERO ALREADY STRETCHED 9"

I wonder what it would cost for the upper door parts ,the rear quarters an just the scoops behind the doors with no rockers an both rear bumpers sides , so they mach the upper rear quarters so i can change the rear bumper ARCHIE HOW MUCH or guys @ ARCHIE,s

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by CETICARS:

HAS ANY ONE PUT THIS KIT ON A STRETCHED FIERO CHASSIS ,I HAVE A EXTRA FIERO ALREADY STRETCHED 9"

I wonder what it would cost for the upper door parts ,the rear quarters an just the scoops behind the doors with no rockers an both rear bumpers sides , so they mach the upper rear quarters so i can change the rear bumper ARCHIE HOW MUCH or guys @ ARCHIE,s



You might want to call V8Archie , but the thread link is here; http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F.../HTML/064001-19.html

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Hey Tony. What happened to the pose?






oh you mean this one ?!

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Tough sell (being chilly) with the palm trees and the 90 + heat today.

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oh you mean this one ?!

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Tough sell (being chilly) with the palm trees and the 90 + heat today.



to much sunshine to pull that one off!

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INSIDE MOVES

Phase 1- Skinning !

With #4 still tucked away, waiting on a brake job, i decided to work on things that don't require cash, hehehehe.



A couple years ago i acquired a V-8 Archie Dash from a forum member over in Springhill.


The kit was pretty complete from what i could see, and i got it for a virtual steal of a deal !!



The previous owner had the dash semi-installed in a GT that had a norm's flip up nose that i believe now belongs to forum member Jake Dragon. At any rate the previous owner had the dash and other kit pieces covered in some type of tweed material and had done a few various cutouts.







Actually did a pretty good job, in covering the dash, it just was not something to my liking or that was going to work for me.

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With that in mind it was time to do some Skinning ! My main focus was to get back to the basic fiberglass so i could mock it up and modify to my style.

The key would be to try and get the covering off without doing too much damage to the glass. At first glance things did not look too daunting.





Oh well time to just jump in !





Even though i took my time to make sure nothing got destroyed, things went along fairly easily.



Once i got the center console naked, i decided to give it a sneak preview of it's new home.



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The main dash was next,..



Even though it took a little longer, it too came thru unscathed !





The scalps,,..hehehehe





These too came off undamaged, so someone else with a V-8 Archie dash could re-use them if they so chose.

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One thing i did notice is the previous owner had made even more cutouts that were not visible from the top due to some type of covering, that was not fiberglass.

(underside view)


(view from the top after removing the skin)


No matter since it can all be reglassed to suit my design.

Both pieces had the yellowish residue from the adhesive used to apply the former skin.





Not sure if that is something i need worry about as far as future chemical reactions with resin and other products ?

Next up,..more skinning,.. and a special field trip !

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Not sure if that is something i need worry about as far as future chemical reactions with resin and other products ?



Ah,... yeah.

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Next up,..more skinning,.. and a special field trip !




never mind,

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Tony, any updates ?

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