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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Originally posted by LeviM:
that looks amazing.


I was just curious how it would look by adding a strake over the side moulding on the door. It's a more angular Notchie with a touch of Enzo in it. Thanks.

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Here are a few more pics that I resized. For this nose I used a moulding of the GT fascia's bottom surface so the height of the wheel arch is the same as on the GT, but it is more parallel to the ground; not as slanted as on the GT. The wheel tubs are from my Formula which had the same side shape as the 355. I thought of using the GT tubs but it would have flatten the sides which would have been a problem because the 355 nose is rounded on the lower parts. Anyone with GT tubs can trim the edges down to fit. My car has way too much air underneath it, going to have to take care of that.








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Thats by far the best fitting f355 nose I've seen! Good job man! Can't wait to see more progress! Whats next?

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Here ya go, lowered and with 17" Corvette rims (I know the bolt pattern is off, but they look great! Modify the hubs!)

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Hi Amida,

I'm just brainstorming at this point, but could you design an Audi R8 type interior for the Fiero? Or could you sketch one out when you have some spare time? (no rush obviously, I know you're ridiculously busy.)

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Hi Amida,

I'm just brainstorming at this point, but could you design an Audi R8 type interior for the Fiero? Or could you sketch one out when you have some spare time? (no rush obviously, I know you're ridiculously busy.)


R8 huh? I'll have to look at some photos I don't remember what an R8 interior looks like. What sort of projects are you doing on your ride?

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Here ya go, lowered and with 17" Corvette rims (I know the bolt pattern is off, but they look great! Modify the hubs!)



Sweet ! Nice lowering job HC. Much, much better now.

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Ok this maybe answered in this tread, if so forgive me. But are you going to be offering this bumper as a kit? If so when will one be available, and do you have pricing??

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Looks Great
I too would ike to hear the price But
I only need the top part
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Looks Great
I too would ike to hear the price But
I only need the top part
thanks


I've been asked that a few times before. After I ship a few noses & get established with some good feedback from happy recipents I may offer it later. At this point I'd really like to be certain that I'm not sending out crap.

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At this point I'd really like to be certain that I'm not sending out crap.


I don't see how that's even a remote posibility.

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Originally posted by DeLorean00:

Ok this maybe answered in this tread, if so forgive me. But are you going to be offering this bumper as a kit? If so when will one be available, and do you have pricing??

Thanks
-Chris


I'm almost there, still working out things like best lay-up proceedures, material requirements, work hours, etc. I'd like to fabricate it as light as possible without being too flimsy. Having issues with gelcoating because of that. I started #002 last night with 32oz of gelcoat, but looks like it's still not enough due to a little alligatoring. So, looks like I'll bump it up to 40oz on the next one. It can be smoothed out with glazing putty, but it's just extra work that's un-necessary. Now if I can vacuum bag it with carbon fiber that would be crazy. Ofcourse I know I'll have to charge at least us$1k for that one.
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Here ya go, lowered and with 17" Corvette rims (I know the bolt pattern is off, but they look great! Modify the hubs!)



Hey HC, or someone, Can you PS an 18" or 19" on that to see how that would look ? Thanks.

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I don't see how that's even a remote posibility.



Well, I'm pretty comfortable at doing interiors now, but being that this is my first exterior body panel it is a different learning curve for sure. One would think that starting off small would be the best way, but I guess I was asleep when they taught that lesson in class.

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Came out nice.


What do you plan on doing with the rear bumper? Should I hold off on my paint job

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It looks great !
I am doing the same thing only my nose is 2" wider to cover the front tires and I made fiberglass front fenders
and added 1" to each. it is a slow go but it looks great.
I love your thread and the car looks great.

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Came out better than I initially thought. I'm just calculating the measurements, but damn thats hot!

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Came out nice.
What do you plan on doing with the rear bumper? Should I hold off on my paint job


Great color change.
Well, I have only pondered the thought of a new rear bumper, but the front, IMO, needed more attention. I actually like the GT rear. If anything I would shave down the rear pad and maybe do something about the recessed reflectors.

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It looks great !
I am doing the same thing only my nose is 2" wider to cover the front tires and I made fiberglass front fenders
and added 1" to each. it is a slow go but it looks great.
I love your thread and the car looks great.


Cool, a widebody. If I get the time I'd like to try doing fender flares. Have fun doing the mod, It was quite the lengthy task for me & a learning experience It wasn't as straight forward as I'd originally thought.

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Sweeeeet! Looks like 19". I'll see if I can get some paint on it over the weekend.

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I didn't know you upgraded the brakes too!

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I didn't know you upgraded the brakes too!


I saw that. Very nice! I finally got a reply from FieroAddiction about '88 brakes. Geez It only took 6 weeks. I guess there's a new 13" kit in the works.

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New parts, new tooling, new equipment, new proceedures. What are the chances of having a reject?..........That's a 100% Laminating resin just chewed away at my fresh gelcoat........... REJECT !
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R8 huh? I'll have to look at some photos I don't remember what an R8 interior looks like. What sort of projects are you doing on your ride?




Don't want to take this too far off topic though.

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New parts, new tooling, new equipment, new proceedures. What are the chances of having a reject?..........That's a 100% Laminating resin just chewed away at my fresh gelcoat........... REJECT !
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If I wanted a 355 bumper I'd be begging for that one even with it flaws since my body guy is myself and it woud be fixed in under 30 min, but I want the 512 bumper.

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If I wanted a 355 bumper I'd be begging for that one even with it flaws since my body guy is myself and it woud be fixed in under 30 min, but I want the 512 bumper.


JM, I abandoned that one as soon as I saw the problem. It's so thin that it probably would collapse if my cat jumped on it. Are you in the autobody field?

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Kind of. I went to a community college and learned allot of working with sheet metal, then after that I got a job in a hotrod shop where I did allot of fiberglassing before I quite. Now I clean pools.

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Don't want to take this too far off topic though.


Cool interior. Keep an eye on Ebay, you may find a wrecked & parting R8. That's probably the most economical way to do it. Design work & tooling a new interior like that from scratch will require a substantial amount work hours & alot of loose $change$ to create.

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Cool interior. Keep an eye on Ebay, you may find a wrecked & parting R8. That's probably the most economical way to do it. Design work & tooling a new interior like that from scratch will require a substantial amount work hours & alot of loose $change$ to create.


Unfortunately you're right. This interior would be very expensive. I'm sure even the junk yard R8 - if there is such a thing would probably expensive. I've noticed how expensive Lambo interiors from wrecked cars are, I have no reason to believe that this Audi interior will be any cheaper.

How about a custom interior with an Amida touch, inspired by the Audi interior, Gallardo interior, Aston Martin Vanquish, and Fiero. Maybe even with touches of this one: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/064396.html <--- I call this the "white unicorn" interior, as it is just about as elusive to track down, and just about as rare.

When you ever have some spare time, I'd love to see sketches you come up with for the above interior.

Your interiors are just gorgeous. I'd dare to say, better than the real thing.

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Kind of. I went to a community college and learned allot of working with sheet metal, then after that I got a job in a hotrod shop where I did allot of fiberglassing before I quite. Now I clean pools.


I don't blame you for quiting fiberglass work. I REALLY don't like working with polyester resins with all the solvent vapors around my face all day, and the glass dust created from all the grinding is aweful. I just built a better ventilation system which will help some, and I'm thinking of building a vacuum table as well. If paper mache was a proven building material I would switch to it in a heartbeat .


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Unfortunately you're right. This interior would be very expensive. I'm sure even the junk yard R8 - if there is such a thing would probably expensive. I've noticed how expensive Lambo interiors from wrecked cars are, I have no reason to believe that this Audi interior will be any cheaper.
Your interiors are just gorgeous. I'd dare to say, better than the real thing.


Perhaps you'll be interested in my next Fi360 interior. My interiors were intended for Fiero based replicas, but luckily the 308/355/360 type bodies don't require any changes to the Fiero interior cabin, unlike Lambo replicas which do involve considerable interior mods. Thanks.

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Okay, here's one in grey gelcoat just out of the mould & trimmed for a test fit. It's a good fit. But, It's really tough working when it's 33' F. outdoors. It snowed over the weekend. Love my kerosene heater.
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Ooo, oo! Me, me. Pick me! Maybe I'll have better luck with this than I do with electronics.

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Okay, here's one in grey gelcoat just out of the mould & trimmed for a test fit. It's a good fit. But, It's really tough working when it's 33' F. outdoors. It snowed over the weekend. Love my kerosene heater.


Nice work Rob - it will warm up soon

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Wow, Rob...Did I ever mention "Amazing"?

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Nice work Rob - it will warm up soon


Thanks Bob. Designwork on this project is now complete. I didn't plan for it to take this long, but it's done now & I'm switching mental gears back to interior work including your F40. I think I understand now why John at AD doesn't do 360 bumpers; it's ALOT of work.
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Ooo, oo! Me, me. Pick me! Maybe I'll have better luck with this than I do with electronics.


Unless you drop a engine block on it I think you're safe. But, I do recommend getting a helper when installing especially if you do a panel-off paint job.


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Wow, Rob...Did I ever mention "Amazing"?

Bob


Hey Bob, Is your interior all done now? Thanks.

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Wow man, thats awesome!

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