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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Report this Post07-26-2008 07:14 AM 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

Geez Rob, that's amazing. Since you can't make the 25'th, I hope some of your work is here so I can see it first hand.

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Geez Rob, that's amazing. Since you can't make the 25'th, I hope some of your work is here so I can see it first hand.

Bob

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I wish that I had the time to fix the Formula in time for the 25th since this seems to be THE occasion. I'm tempted to just jump on a plane & just be a spectator for a day.

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Well, I never made it to any outings this summer due to several failures in a row on the Formula. It must be a sign. I've been taking care of some projects anyhow. Here's a newly finished interior getting a final test fitting. This one is done in simulated leather, black/buckskin tan.
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Originally posted by Amida:

Well, I never made it to any outings this summer due to several failures in a row on the Formula. It must be a sign. I've been taking care of some projects anyhow. Here's a newly finished interior getting a final test fitting. This one is done in simulated leather, black/buckskin tan.
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Compared to the darker #14 tan from Mr. Mikes.
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Rob, your work continues to amaze and impress me, I wish I was closer to the Seattle area.

Cheers Beers n Gearz. Joe

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you have some nice work!

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Rob, your work continues to amaze and impress me, I wish I was closer to the Seattle area.

Cheers Beers n Gearz. Joe


I haven't shipped anything to Colorado yet. How about Cheers, Beers, Gals n Gearz ?


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you have some nice work!



Your link to your notchie pics doesn't work.

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Here's a comparison between Mr. Mikes tans 13 & 14. I'll be doing a Mr. Mikes bright red later on.


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Report this Post08-25-2008 01:26 AM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

I haven't sketched in a while, looking to do something for the rear to go along with the new Fi355 nose. Maybe something like this, or something more subdued like the 355 or the '05 GTO rear .



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Some finishing touches. Fabbed a batch of grills & finally mounted the grill onto the new nose. I like the Pontiac arrowhead on the grill; it cleans-up the valance & makes for easier washing.
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Do you make these your self?



Yes, from 1/4" ABS plastic.

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A quick re-draw on my coffee break. Will have to lower the diffuser section to make the license plate fit into the bumper.
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HI all

AMIDA, the man with more dreams then time! Yeah, it's safe to say I like ya...!! GOD, if any of your paper projects make reality, we'll all be in fiero heaven!!

OH!!! I vote on a F360 type rear bumper, hehe.......

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Well, if I ever get the time I'd like to re-do the rockers & the rear bumper. I'm still thinking of fender flares also.

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Packing up today. Heading to new owner in California.
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Packing up today. Heading to new owner in California.
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What's next?

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That nose in the background is sure looking good! What # are you on?

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What's next?


Fi40 dash.

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Fi40 dash.


Great

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My 355 came back! I cant wait until the interior your making is done! Its really going to set off the car!

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My 355 came back! I cant wait until the interior your making is done! Its really going to set off the car!



Saw the pics. Wish my paint was bright n shiny like that. The interior will look great in the car!

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Bump!

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I am surprised no one posted this already.... Sorry I am late Mr. Garrison. Naturally I would question where Mr. Hat was, but that would be rude :P.



kinda goes and beatsh the **** out of the whole having a kid and the "we need a family car" talks that you get from the wife

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Even better. I was thinking the exact same thing as you last year. 1982 Trans Am tails.





Weird how that works isn't it ? . Last years widebody was too... Well fiero ish to pull those lights off.. After I completely re-do the rear end, we will have to see what they look like.... I almost forgot about those. Thanks.


bad a** puts my 2 fav cars togather anyone ever concider putting the 98 and up tail lights on a fiero dont know if it would be possable with how much of a curve they have?

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anyone ever concider putting the 98 and up tail lights on a fiero dont know if it would be possable with how much of a curve they have?


It'll take some extra work to re-shape the rear. Maybe someone has already tried it.

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No new sketches lately, I've been working on the heater & defrost ducts for the Fi40 dash along with a Fi355 dash & a couple of Fi355 noses.
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I love these epoxy moulds, the parts just pop right out. Here a new valance panel just hatched this morning.
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Rob,

Nice looking moulds and parts.............one of those wouldn't happen to be #10, would it?


thx,

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Rob,

Nice looking moulds and parts.............one of those wouldn't happen to be #10, would it?


thx,

-jeff d


Hi Jeff,

I guess it depends on who needs what & when. One is going to paint soon so I'm rushing that one. What do you think of the smoke/black Maxima lights? I just viewed them on Ebay.
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Rob,

Love the lights -- they'd go well with the rear taillights and yello/black paint, I think

BTW -- you have mail shortly......


thx!

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Hi Jeff,

I guess it depends on who needs what & when. One is going to paint soon so I'm rushing that one. What do you think of the smoke/black Maxima lights? I just viewed them on Ebay.
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Rob, that is definitely the look! It's decided. I want smoked maxima lights!! This is going to look wicked w/ a flat black satin paint job! Can't wait to have this nose w/ the Dietmar side scoops installed and painted!

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Any updates on the 355 nose I was interested in from you? my email has changed, it is now drheinke@gmail.com.

Thanks

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Any updates on the 355 nose I was interested in from you? my email has changed, it is now drheinke@gmail.com.

Thanks

David


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Got it.

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I was surprised to see that the Fi355 grill is almost a direct fit in the 512tr nose. Whenever I get around to it I think the Fi512 nose would be a natural fit on the Fiero.

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Fitting Jeep Liberty lights for a slightly different look. These lights use two bulbs per side.
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Zeroing in on things to do for my Formula test car. Most likely projects for the winter/spring. I'm not too sure about the 19" rims though, there's a size at which cool becomes over-done. Maybe with the stretch the wheel size won't be as pronounced.
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this is what 19's look like on troys car and it is the same size I am using on mine

they fill the wheel well nicely I am using 20's on the rear and 19's on the front

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this is what 19's look like on troys car and it is the same size I am using on mine

they fill the wheel well nicely I am using 20's on the rear and 19's on the front


Nice wheels. I suppose if the tires were thin enough that'll keep the overall diameter in check. My concern is that with the Fiero's short wheelbase the larger wheels may appear like wagon wheels on a chow wagon. I'll have to look at some picks of what others have done.

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