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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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I was looking at chin spoilers and came across this 550 Mranello interior. I couldn't help notice how similar in proportions & feature placements are to the Fiero interior. I'll bet if this was super imposed over the Fiero interior it'll be strikingly similar. Look how similar the instrument arrangement is. The door handles as well.

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Originally posted by Amida:

I was looking at chin spoilers and came across this 550 Mranello interior. I couldn't help how similar in proportions & feature placements are to the Fiero interior. I'll bet if this was super imposed over the Fiero interior it'll be strikingly similar. Look how similar the instrumention arrangement is. The door handles as well.





HHMM......How about making one of those for my car?
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HHMM......How about making one of those for my car?


Right, you need something different in your IMSA to bring out the inside. I've been looking at a more affordable solution for the Fiero. My Fi355 interior fits & looks great, but is a ton of work, I literally have to make every piece by hand. If I can just change the shape & features & try to keep as many of the original components, gauges, switches etc., that will simplify things & keep down costs. I would definitely change to round air vents like in the G6 .



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I did a little design study with cardboard on a cool, wet, & rainy Sunday afternoon. A feasible idea to add a chin/ gravel scoop option.

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DO it - I love the one on my F40 from Norm's Fiberglass

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DO it - I love the one on my F40 from Norm's Fiberglass



Looks great Bob! Is that just a rim piece, or is it a full under tray? Any pics of it alone? Thanks.

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YES!! That is what I was looking for. Amida, You can add one to my front if you are going to make this. I have some good pictures of different chin spoilers on f355's I will put up (can't right now I'm @ work). One thing I noticed on all of them is that the front of the spoilers follows the profile of the bumper. By this I mean that it doesn't have a uniform curve across the front it has the "notch" taken out of the center like the bumper does. Are you planning on doing this?
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No pics of it alone it is just a rim piece that is about 4 inches wide top and bottom - bottom is flat top has bevel
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Here are some different pics of f355 front spoilers.



Photoshoped this one on to deitmars front




I am partial to the carbonfiber one. Has a more modern look then the other one IMO. And it doesn't seem to project out as much either.

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I love the F355, such a sexy machine. The black spoiler looks the best, I could do something like that. I have some interior projects to take care of first before I can start another design. I also have the 512TR nose that I'd like to get going as well. The days are just too short.
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Perfect fender to wheel gap on this one.
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I love the F355, such a sexy machine. The black spoiler looks the best, I could do something like that. I have some interior projects to take care of first before I can start another design. I also have the 512TR nose that I'd like to get going as well. The days are just too short.


Rob, I have to ask is this a hobby on top of another full time job.

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This is my job for the time being. Hobby turned to work since a lay-off from computer sales after dot-com bubble burst. This is much funner, but all the chemicals & dust are going to kill me if I'm not absolutely religious on health & safety.
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This is my job for the time being. Hobby turned to work since a lay-off from computer sales after dot-com bubble burst. This is much funner, but all the chemicals & dust are going to kill me if I'm not absolutely religious on health & safety.


I'm a painter so when working inside with anything other than latex I use a respirator. Will help my health in the end. Wear it.
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Perfect fender to wheel gap on this one.

Put me down for one of these if you make it!

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Put me down for one of these if you make it!



Okay, you'll be the fist in line. I need to Finish Ferrobi's Fi40 interior first. I'm almost done with the design work...I can almost smell it !
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Amida,

This is perfect ! This is exactly what i meant a few pages back and felt the nose needed. It will line up much, much better with the ground effects now from a side profile.

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I guess it would be better to smash a chin rather than to damage the whole nose. That'll be great, I'll have repeat customers. Maybe I could put together a 6 pack of disposable chins
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Just add a disclaimer that it is "not for road use"!

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The disclaimer should read: " For smooth track use only. Do not use within a mile of : potholes, road turtles, speed bumps, sidewalk curbs, driveways, parking lot blocks, cobblestone roads, gravel roads, ferry boat ramps, & roadkill. "

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The disclaimer should read: " For smooth track use only. Do not use within a mile of : potholes, road turtles, speed bumps, sidewalk curbs, driveways, parking lot blocks, cobblestone roads, gravel roads, ferry boat ramps, & roadkill. "



I like that!
Question for you..... Can you make a chin like the challenge car with the side canards ?
if so it would save me some time on my car. I would still need to modify it for mine but that is easier than making the whole piece.
let me know. thanks.
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The lower 1/4 & rockers look like they'd be to tall and flat.
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I like that!
Question for you..... Can you make a chin like the challenge car with the side canards ?
if so it would save me some time on my car. I would still need to modify it for mine but that is easier than making the whole piece.
let me know. thanks.


I'll just be doing the one spoiler without the canards. You can shape the canards from foam, then glass it onto the sides.

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The lower 1/4 & rockers look like they'd be to tall and flat.


Quite possible. It was just an idea on what to do with my Arch rockers, which are about 4" wider than stock. So, the door wings & scoops will actually stick out like on the Enzo.
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As far as interiors:

To Me, the ferrari interior doesn't look THAT much different than the late model GM one



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Personally I like this one





If you're interested, I have one of these (maserati bi-turbo) dashes you can use. Mine has a square instrument pod instead of the round one shown; i also have the door panels. I KNOW it will fit well in a fiero because i have done a test fit. The ends of the dash fit perfectly between the fiero plastic A-pillar trim AND the console rests on the center of the fiero console / floor tunnel. It was VERY difficult to remove from the maserati.

By the way, there IS a glove box on the passenger side, it just doesn't show in the pics.

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As far as interiors:

To Me, the ferrari interior doesn't look THAT much different than the late model GM one


If you're interested, I have one of these (maserati bi-turbo) dashes you can use. Mine has a square instrument pod instead of the round one shown; i also have the door panels. I KNOW it will fit well in a fiero because i have done a test fit. The ends of the dash fit perfectly between the fiero plastic A-pillar trim AND the console rests on the center of the fiero console / floor tunnel. It was VERY difficult to remove from the maserati.

By the way, there IS a glove box on the passenger side, it just doesn't show in the pics.



Yes, the Fierbird dash has a resemblance. The one thing that bugs me on that is the large rainbow shaped instrument pod. I would streamline it to reduce visual mass.

What are you doing with the Maser interior? Building a rebody?
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I just bought the interior when i had the opportunity. On the maserati, there are dash studs that go through the firewall and nuts underneath the wiper cowl. Unfortunately, the wiper cowl is one piece that goes across the hood and down both front fenders - unbelieveably bad design (if they ever planned on removing the dash).

I figured I'd put it in a car at some later date so, right now, it's just sitting in the garage. The instrument pod is rectangular and i believe the dakota digital universal digital guage panel would fit in perfectly - would be "blacked-out" until the car is turned ON, then bar graphs and digits lite up. Either that or i have the factory maserati trim pieces and round guages could be used with or without them.

The windshield edge of the dash needs to be fabbed to fit the fiero, but otherwise it is a pretty nice fit. Some fab work is also needed where the door panels meet the dash, glove box and venting - pretty common areas. The leather is pretty rough, so no need to worry about hurting it.
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Rob, have you ever done any side view mirrors ?
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Now.. that´s an incredible looking Ferrari..

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Originally posted by whodeanie:

Rob, have you ever done any side view mirrors ?


I'm going to see if I can make a carbon fiber replacement or just an attachable skin ( rolled edge would be a problem spot ). And maybe a re-designed mirror using the same glass.

Also, I have to keep reminding myself that cost is a much bigger consideration in the Fiero realm than in the kitcar arena. CF is cool but expensive, maybe just a re-shaped fiberglass piece would be the smarter way.

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Although the painted mirrors look good too, I was thinking of maybe re-shaping them a little. but, keeping the original mirror glass.

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Here's some food for thought for design of the center stack (these pics are from the Honda Pilot)



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Maybe something like this (i very much agree that the "rainbow" instrument pod is wayyy too big)




One of the reasons I liked the maserati dash and console was because it was nicely designed to allow room in the console for adding the stuff i wanted.

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Interesting shifter placement. Reminds me of those dirt road rally car races.
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Very clean job. I'm trying to determine if that is a Fiero. Defrost screen, steering column & wheel look familiar.
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It is a Fiero, its the Rhythm.





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Wow. It's like a piece of rolling art. Hard to believe there's a little fiero in there.
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Wow. It's like a piece of rolling art. Hard to believe there's a little fiero in there.


Its a great looking car.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/073226.html For a second I thought you were being sarcastic, LOL

Edit: i don't mean to hijack...

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Yep.. lots of work on that car but still Ugly I think, no harmony in the lines, makes my head hurt..

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