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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Here just completed is the third & final version of the Fi355 nose with Jeep Liberty light (Euro clears). These Liberty lights have a slightly different look from the original f355 & Maxima, but they fit well & also come in different color choices: amber/clear/smoked. They all looke pretty good to me, I could go with either style. This completes the designwork on the fi355 nose project.
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Amida who makes these I would like a set and how much send me a pm.

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Ooo, oooo. Methinks I know where the nose be goin'. Yippee!

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Amida who makes these I would like a set and how much send me a pm.


Thanks. That would be me. It was around June of last year when I got this bug in my ear to do this two piece version of the 355 nose. It was quite a hefty project, starting with a Ferrari f355 challenge bumper & mouldings of the GT aero nose, and some how tweeking it together in a full scale model. If you have the time I think the build thread starts around page 7 of this thread.

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Amida you do great work.

What other style noses, or rears do you planned ?

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Ooo, oooo. Methinks I know where the nose be goin'. Yippee!



Yep. I'm waiting for the delivery address.


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Amida you do great work.

What other style noses, or rears do you planned ?


I haven't decided yet, may try an attachment for the Formula rear. I have some interior projects to get done first. Thanks.

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Amida, What engine combination are you planning? Sence you going to do a little stretch why don't you concider a longitudinal swap but in a different direction. Maybe a Audi/944 transmission and a 3.4 DOHC, or a 3800sc. It wouldn't have to be stretched as far as a V8 stretch. I have had this idea floating in head even before Bubbajoe accually did it. You can buy the trans for about $500-$1000, the adapter fron Kennedy for less than a grand, and give the going rate for the rest. It would MAKE a custom Fiero! Anyway, just a thought. I'd like to see the new nose mounted if you have a picture

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Where did you get the grill from and will that grill fit the OEM F355 bumper?

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Amida, What engine combination are you planning? Sence you going to do a little stretch why don't you concider a longitudinal swap but in a different direction. Maybe a Audi/944 transmission and a 3.4 DOHC, or a 3800sc. It wouldn't have to be stretched as far as a V8 stretch. I have had this idea floating in head even before Bubbajoe accually did it. You can buy the trans for about $500-$1000, the adapter fron Kennedy for less than a grand, and give the going rate for the rest. It would MAKE a custom Fiero! Anyway, just a thought. I'd like to see the new nose mounted if you have a picture

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I really like the Northstar/Audi, but according to Bubbujoexxx the stretch will have to be at leat 11inches which i think is too long for the normal Fiero profile. A whole new "supercar" profile will be needed to make the Fiero look right. Something like my mid-engine version of the Cadillac XLR:
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If I ever get the time I'd like to finish swapping the 3800sc that I have sitting on the cradle collecting dust. It's a fresh motor with 12k miles from a 97GTP.

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Where did you get the grill from and will that grill fit the OEM F355 bumper?


It's fabricated from 1/4" ABS on a router table. Made to fit the Fi355 nose, It has more curve & is shorter than the OEM F355.

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Well I understand the problem with the V8. I've been contemplating this idea for some time using a V6 instead of a V8 with a short stretch like 4" or what ever it takes.

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Well I understand the problem with the V8. I've been contemplating this idea for some time using a V6 instead of a V8 with a short stretch like 4" or what ever it takes.

Vinny


Have you looked at the Porsche Boxter? I noticed that it's a mid engine setup unlike the 930 . I'm wondering if it uses the same adapter from Kennedy.
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I could change the above XLR-M drawing to make it look more like a notchback Fiero .

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Great Work Amida

I know how hard the German F355 front is to find, you will for sure be able to make good money out of this and you´re worth it..

Only difference between Euro model and yours that I can spot is that yours is a little shorter, has a bigger mouth and is higher from the ground.



Both models looks great thou..
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As uusual, very nice work Rob . I've always thought the 355 (and mazda) design would look less "smiley" if the bottom was squared

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Noo.. that one I don´t like at all..

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Great Work Amida

I know how hard the German F355 front is to find, you will for sure be able to make good money out of this and you´re worth it..

Only difference between Euro model and yours that I can spot is that yours is a little shorter, has a bigger mouth and is higher from the ground.

Both models looks great thou..



Thanks, it was a fun project.

You may not have noticed this detail, but it is also a two piece component nose. I thought it would give it more of a factory appearance. Fabricating a fiberglass part this size by hand lay-up method is very time intensive and it's one dirty job that is not so fun but it must be done.

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As uusual, very nice work Rob . I've always thought the 355 (and mazda) design would look less "smiley" if the bottom was squared



Thanks, It does look happy doesn't it?

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As usual, very nice work Rob . I've always thought the 355 (and mazda) design would look less "smiley" if the bottom was squared



But now it just looks like it's gritting it's teeth.

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Look like a truck grill

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I like my smiling Fiero

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This is the ticket! If Amida makes this nose how many will want one? I for one will buy one.

 
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This is a 512tr type nose that I'll also work on fitting to the Fiero. The fascias will retain the stock Fiero side mouldings to fit & look like a stock replacement.




 
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As uusual, very nice work Rob . I've always thought the 355 (and mazda) design would look less "smiley" if the bottom was squared



Hey PaulJK why not just get the 512?

I think Amida may be making it soon. Though I can not say for sure as I think he would need some interst in order it go into production on the 512 nose.
I think the 512 is a more natural fit for the GT Fiero.

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Originally posted by Swedish Fiero:

I like my smiling Fiero





Nice, Very clean & shiny.

I made Fi355 nose#002 with those Ford Scorpion lights, they were almose the same size as the F355.




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This is the ticket! If Amida makes this nose how many will want one? I for one will buy one.
I think Amida may be making it soon. Though I can not say for sure as I think he would need some interst in order it go into production on the 512 nose.
I think the 512 is a more natural fit for the GT Fiero.


I'm sure I'll get around to it, but I can't announce a definite timeline at the moment. But, you're right I think it's a natural fit for the Fiero.

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I think the Ford Scorpion lights are the best since you get a really good day driving ligts from the 55W foglights.. The F355 front makes the car looks more modern and I think you will be able to sell as many as you like and has the time to make, what is the price of the front from you and how many are you planing of making?..

Once again Great work.. do you have any pictures of the front mounted and painted?

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Hey PaulJK why not just get the 512?



the 512 testarossa is one of my favorites, but it takes more-or-less an artist to make it look right in the proper proportions.

Not to stray too much from Rob's topic, but maybe more slats to make it look like more of an "air inlet" and less of a "mouth" (?).

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I think the more complicated grill takes away from the 355 style, and instead of a smiling beauty, it becomes an awkward preteen with braces.

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Smiling beauty with grill :

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Smiling beauty with grill :


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To all you coupe & formula owners, what do you do about rockers & groundFX? What choices are there other than the arch rockers that I have? I just realized that if I design an add-on to the Formula rear it would look silly without adding rockers/side skirts to lineup with. I may just switch over to the GT rear & work off of that instead.
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She looks like she has many ways to hurt a guy

 
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What choices are there other than the arch rockers that I have? .... I may just switch over to the GT rear & work off of that instead.











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She looks like she has many ways to hurt a guy




Those all looke like widebody kits. Are there other simpler rocker add-ons for the coupe in addition to these two? :

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I like Dietmer's combination...

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I've been wondering about alternative instruments for an updated Fiero dash. This Cavalier pod keeps coming to mind because it seems to be a relatively simple swap that doesn't cost too much & it actually works. It's cool looking; sort of reminding me of an 80's Knightrider.


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I got one of these pegasus badges mounted to a grill. It didn't have any mounting lugs so I used some emblem adhesive and stuck it onto a backing plate.
It's a real shiny piece.

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Amida, how is my front coming? Swedish, your car has got me all hot and bothered. Can't wait to get mine!

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Most people gets hot when seeing my car, especially the women

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This is a finished grill just pulled from the oven. It's made from 1/4" ABS sheet that is cut with a template on a router table using straight & round bits. The slats are sloted then placed in an alignment jig then welded together with plastic solvent Final finish coating is with SEM satin black & adhesion promoter. It looks just at good as the factory piece.


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