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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Originally posted by Amida:

I'm trying to determine if that is a Fiero.


nope - it's a real, live magnum opus (sounds like something that would be good with gravy)

Not really a fiero, just uses a few modified fiero parts http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/073226.html
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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.



WHERE DO I FLIPPIN GET ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

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WHERE DO I FLIPPIN GET ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11


Here's the thread:

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/058885.html
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Anyone interested in an Fi355 interior w/ black & tan leather upholstery NEW-IN-BOX? One of my customers has to let go of all his Fiero/355 kit stuff. Send me a PM if interested in contact info.

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Very clean job. I'm trying to determine if that is a Fiero. Defrost screen, steering column & wheel look familiar.


Thanks! You're right, except for the custom moulded horn button and the key hole has been shaved and relocated into the dash while still retaining the column lock. I could never get used to pressing that lever to extact the key.

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Send me a PM if interested in contact info.


Please check PM

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You've got a pm.

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I just returned from doing an interior install in Ft. Lauderdale over the weekend. Despite running into a web of electrical issues ( related to previously installed keyless entry & also security system, with NO owners manual ) the install took us three full days to complete. However, the car was not used for quite some time & wouldn't start. Ignition spark was present, so I suspect it is a problem with the fuel pump which could not be heard priming before start-up.
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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 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.





http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...L0811151110005r30393

Ferrari 355 interior molds, current bid is $150

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Originally posted by Amida:

I just returned from doing an interior install in Ft. Lauderdale over the weekend. Despite running into a web of electrical issues ( related to previously installed keyless entry & also security system, with NO owners manual ) the install took us three full days to complete. However, the car was not used for quite some time & wouldn't start. Ignition spark was present, so I suspect it is a problem with the fuel pump which could not be heard priming before start-up.
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So is that you or the owner

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He's the happy owner in Florida. I forgot to take a shot of the engine bay but it has a 3800sc/ 4T65eHD and the paint is fresh. The car will need to be detailed & get a new boot cover to match. It would've been nice to take it out for a test spin, but the motor wouldn't start...probably due to a faulty fuel pump.
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Nice job Rob!
it looks great. I still need to get with you on parts for my car.
mine is taking longer than I thought but I will get the parts from you as soon as I can.
been working on the body trying to get that done then I will contact you for the parts I need.
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That wasn't Funnywheels, was it???

Looks great, Rob...

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That wasn't Funnywheels, was it???

Looks great, Rob...

Bob



Bob, Nope, this is a car in that was sitting around for some time after returning from Fastfieros. It has a fresh 3800sc swap, but we couldn't get it to start. I think the fuel pump wasn't running; we couldn't hear it turn on with the ignition. Hopefully it's just an electrical connection issue & not a bad pump.

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Nice job Rob!
it looks great. I still need to get with you on parts for my car.
mine is taking longer than I thought but I will get the parts from you as soon as I can.
been working on the body trying to get that done then I will contact you for the parts I need.


Projects always seem to take 2-3 times longer than you initially expected. Holiday season is full of distractions that always slows my work down.
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Piggy backin' today. These smoked turn signals are pretty cool.
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On the Fi40 dash project. Here is the fresh mould for the gauge trio holder, and a shot showing the progressive gauge angles to provide better viewing from the drivers seat.


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While I prefer the shape of the signals on your red car, those smoked ones do look great. I bet they would be killer with any color car.

As always, fantastic workmanship Amida.
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While I prefer the shape of the signals on your red car, those smoked ones do look great. I bet they would be killer with any color car.

As always, fantastic workmanship Amida.


Yes, the smoked lenses are pretty cool. I'm thinking a white Fiero with black stripes, big black rims & slammed to the ground would be a great combo.

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Amida! I was keeping it a secret
Car is an '86 GT - White/ Black trim
3400 v6
'88 rear susp. with coilovers
Jimmy S GT1 scoops
And of course this awsome front from you. Haven't found the right wheels yet but, yes, they will a be black 18/19 combo. Any sugestions? The inspiration for the car is the 355 Challenge cars. So I want a light 1pc five spoke design. Oh, and in case anyone is wondering Amida is a great guy to do business with.
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I don't know if this was photoshopped, but to me the wheels are too big; it has O-rings for tires.

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I like this color scheme.

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Exactly what I was thinking about when you first mentioned the scheme.
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This is the car that inspired the look I'm going for. Except with black or gunmetal wheels



Anyone got any wheel suggestions. Looking for 18x7.5 or 8 Front, 19x8 or 9 with 35mm offset.
I would also consider a 17/18 combo if the wheels only came in those sizes.
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Enzo wheels, 7x17, 8x18, 35mm, hyper, silver, gunmetal at Wheelmax.
http://www.wheelmax.com/whe...28&color=Gun%20Metal


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Originally posted by Bridgetown:

This is the car that inspired the look I'm going for. Except with black or gunmetal wheels

I would also consider a 17/18 combo if the wheels only came in those sizes.


Stripes make a huge difference:

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Enzo wheels, 7x17, 8x18, 35mm, hyper, silver, gunmetal at Wheelmax.
http://www.wheelmax.com/whe...28&color=Gun%20Metal



Anyone have experience with these. Little concerned about how they will hold up.
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TC went with 45 series rubber on these 18s, but for a lower look I would do 40s & 35s (f/r) on my car.


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Ford scorpion lights fit well without modifying the pockets. The Scorpion was not available in the States however so they must be shipped from Europe.
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Just playing around with photoshop. Whacha think?

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Or for a little bit of a cleaner look. How about this?
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Noo.. you destroyed it completely..

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Just playing around with photoshop. Whacha think?



Very nice! I'd keep the chin black, smoke the lights, and make the outer stripes wider.
And tint the windows

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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.



Amida.. LOVE your work.. would it be possible for me to purchase your grill, and what is the price?
Price for the shine pegasus in picture?
Do you have any measurements of length and height, i think my "mouth" is smaller than your version, so I can cut the edges a little bit to make it fit !?

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Amida.. LOVE your work.. would it be possible for me to purchase your grill, and what is the price?
Price for the shine pegasus in picture?
Do you have any measurements of length and height, i think my "mouth" is smaller than your version, so I can cut the edges a little bit to make it fit !?


I just sold the last grill that I had, but I'll have a machine shop do another batch in about 2-3 weeks. Measures 29" x 5". Assuming the the machining cost is the same, the grill option is $95.00+shipping, but will know for sure when I get a quote from the machine shop.

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Work outside in the unheated shop is at a near standstill in sub-freezing weather. I can get 5 minutes out of my air tools before the air lines clog with ice. But, here's a cool winter shot.

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Here's good reminder to test fit your new parts before committing to paint. I've had this pic in my files for a couple of years to remind myself of what can happen if things go un-checked.


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Working in sub freezing weather makes me want to move to the sunny south. It's difficult to work with your hands when you can't feel your fingers!

Fitting the new prototype dash and figuring out air routing to the windshield defrost vents.

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A side project for 2009. Mocking up one side of Fi512 nose. Haven't had much time on this project; other projects to take care of first.

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