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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Things are really chilly outside, it's near freezing. Trying to do more work indoors now. Here's a cool line up of Fi355 console panels, I painted the silver set for my own Formula 88.




Which one of these is mine?

Humm lookin good! Like always!

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Which one of these is mine?

Humm lookin good! Like always!



The one on the left I see on your thread that you're going with a creme color. Black/creme would be a nice combo.



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When do you expect the console to be shipped out?

* Yeah the interior is going tan / black with quite a few polished accents. Should look awesome with the console.. haha

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Here the cover for the upper dash is being pre-fitted before glueing. A layer of foam padding gets applied next.


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hey Rob, how about this for your next interior



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hey Rob, how about this for your next interior






I can honestly say that I have never seen that one before. I see a bull on the steering wheel so it must be an earlier Lambo. Looks like miles of stitching too.

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i hadn't seen it before Archie's Miura thread. The pics are a stock lambo Miura interior. The inner console where the guages mount resembles the 1968-era corvettes and i bet the line-of-sight out of the car over the speedo and tach is Really nice .

Archie's build thread = http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/088109.html

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Last 355 dash post for 2007. A layer of foam padding is applied to the upper dash before covering. Happy New Year !

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hey Rob, how about this for your next interior




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Maybe a '69 Vette interior would work in that Lambo. It definitely has a resemblance.

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Upper 355 dash with padding & upholstery ready for assembly.



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Partial assembly of the dash showing ductwork, passenger side lid & new Ferrari center air outlet.



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OMG.. that dash is SOOOOOO freakin clean!!!! i want one ... how much and where did you get it?

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OMG.. that dash is SOOOOOO freakin clean!!!! i want one ... how much and where did you get it?


It's created from scratch in my little shop at home. This dash is almost finished. It'll soon make it's way across the USA to a new home.






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Wooow. I'd shore like to see one of those purdy things up close.

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Wooow. I'd shore like to see one of those purdy things up close.




Things have been pretty quiet on that Ferrario thread.

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Things have been pretty quiet on that Ferrario thread.


Yeah what the heck there wade! Get Crackin!

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Gotta stop workin' twenty hour days first. I'm really hoping to get a chance to get something done on it this weekend.

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Gotta stop workin' twenty hour days first. I'm really hoping to get a chance to get something done on it this weekend.




Wow 20 hour days. I thought I was overworked. You must be making mucho overtime pay .

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Can someone tell me if the door skins on GTs are the same as non GTs/Formulas? Do the GT ground effects just bolt on? Thanks.
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Can someone tell me if the door skins on GTs are the same as non GTs/Formulas? Do the GT ground effects just bolt on? Thanks.
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84 skins are different on how they actually mount to the door. They don't have lips at the top.
85-88 skins are the same. 85-88 non aero skins do not have the holes or brackets to hold the steel strip behind the Ground effects.

The rear rockers (lower 1/4's) do not have the holes again for the strips, or the slits for the skirt to attach to it.

All of your parts (non-aero) can be adapted for the Aero kit, but its quite a bit of extra work that really isn't needed IMO. And pointless on an 84 door, just use an 85+ door if its an 84.

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The doorskins are all the same except for the 84's. The ground effects rivet/speednut to the regular skins. the ground effect doorskins have holes in them for this. These holse can be drilled in the non ground effect skins.

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I cannot find the body ID plate anywhere in the front compartment. All I can find is a sticker on the wheel tub. Can someone tell me where it is specifically? It's an '88 Formula . Thanks.

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Did a quick trial fit this morning. Not a bad fit for just setting it in place without screws.







Happy 2008 Amida! Great interior work. I don't know if there's a better interior craftsman out there!
How's your progress on the front spoiler? My LS4 swap is in it's final stages, and I'm starting to plan out
my intended exterior work. I love the principle you've established to keep it looking like a Fiero, only modernized.
So I'm anxious and excited to see some of your drawings come to life!

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Happy 2008 Amida! Great interior work. I don't know if there's a better interior craftsman out there!
How's your progress on the front spoiler? My LS4 swap is in it's final stages, and I'm starting to plan out
my intended exterior work. I love the principle you've established to keep it looking like a Fiero, only modernized.
So I'm anxious and excited to see some of your drawings come to life!

blkcofy


Well, there's a lot of talent on this forum besides me. Spoiler? I'm working on my version of the 355 nose if that's what you mean. I'll probaby be done with the tooling by the end of this month. I was thinkin of mocking-up Enzo type side intakes on my Formula to see how good/bad it'll look.

Thanks & Happynewyear !

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i wanna come see this stuff sometime. I like it alot

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The one on the left I see on your thread that you're going with a creme color. Black/creme would be a nice combo.




My dream color combo for an Interior.

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Do you have any idea on the price of the 355 nose? Please save my email and let me know when you have them available. Thanks, jackcastro2000@hotmail.com

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Do you have any idea on the price of the 355 nose? Please save my email and let me know when you have them available. Thanks, jackcastro2000@hotmail.com


I haven't quite priced it out yet, but I'm hoping I can keep it under $550. I've decided to go ahead with the two piece nose. I'll have a better idea when I do a time trial on how long it takes to make. Thank, Rob

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Working on the nose again.


The Fiero GT lower surface profile is now grafted onto the Fi355 nose which will retain the use of the stock lower mounts. You can see here how long the GT aero fascia is compared to the 355.







Today is the first day that the sun has come out in quite a long time. It seems like it has rained almost every day for the past month or so. Started to smooth out the nose this week. Did a mockup today to see how it looks with one of my wheels...not too bad. Will be block sanding quite a bit for the next several days to get it ready for primer.

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Rain? In Seattle? How odd. Nose is looking great. You sir, are a great asset to the Fiero community.

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hey Rob, how about this for your next interior





You think that looks good? Wait till you see some of the cooler color combinations.. To die for..

The Miura is the only car in history that can pull off the craziest color combinations and still look cool..*

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An interior for this Lambo would probably have to be a one-off. That one that's being built on a Fiero chassis at Archie's must be a one of a kind.

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Here's a glimps of the next dash project for a Fiero or replica 360. Giving new life to a wrecked exotic. After trimming 5.5" from the front edge this is how it sits. I'd say the fit isn't too different. Will need to trim about 4" from total width to seat properly, but it's a good start.


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HI all

LOOKIN fabtastic Amida. Your using an OEM dash to make the molds? Is that what you did for the 355?

edit to add: Will be interesting to see the center console,
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An interior for this Lambo would probably have to be a one-off. That one that's being built on a Fiero chassis at Archie's must be a one of a kind.


I was thinking that guys with fieros without body kits would be buyers too. Wow - the new one looks fantastic

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LOOKIN fabtastic Amida. Your using an OEM dash to make the molds? Is that what you did for the 355?




Well, the Fi355 interior was actually all modeled from scratch out of foam, cardboard, wood, glue & bondo. Since I didn't have an original available to study I guestimated all the lines & proportions just from viewing photos & video. For the Fi360 interior I'll be sacrificing a factory interior to hopefully save time in the modification process. As before the central fuel tunnel presents a design challenge for the console layout. Thanks.



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WOW, you are truely amazing man, come on, you need a demo car out in the midwest... send me a free interior! I'll send you a 84 fiero in return. What rims are on that formula? I like them, they look HUGE but can't be more than what 18" in reality.

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WOW, you are truely amazing man, come on, you need a demo car out in the midwest... send me a free interior! I'll send you a 84 fiero in return. What rims are on that formula? I like them, they look HUGE but can't be more than what 18" in reality.


This one's in Kentucky if that's considered Midwest. My rims are Cromadora 18" for my 355 kit.


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Kentucky is the south west

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Drew another idea for my Formula, this time a little more closer to stock but still with a 3" stretch & bigger wheels.
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