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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Originally posted by jmbishop:

Thank you.



Are you still waiting for the Fi512 ? I thought you were long gone. It's going to be a while before I can really start on it...gotta ship some interiors first.

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I've been watching and waiting.

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amida, do you have a source for black alcantara material 'cause i'd like to get enough to do the top of my euro-dash. Is it THAT much different than UV-treated suede ?

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amida, do you have a source for black alcantara material 'cause i'd like to get enough to do the top of my euro-dash. Is it THAT much different than UV-treated suede ?


Well, it might be pricey stuff, but you can get it at Roadwire in Commerce, CA. All good auto/marine ultra suedes will be UV-treated. Alcantara is an Italian brand.

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Thanks for the info.

I needed to stop near my "usual" upholstery shop today, so i stopped in and was told by the manager / owner (the only person I trust there, and then only a little more than 50%) that UV-treated suede will last about a year on a dash, alcantara suede a few years, before they get faded. The dash is the most difficult since it gets directly baked by the sun. He showed me a black seat cover he did for his own car with something called NOVA suede that he said would hold up better than either of the others, and was 1/2 cheaper than alcantara. I ordered 1.5 yards to do the top of my dash and A-pillar covers in black. Note: he quoted $120 / yard for alcantara.

I reasoned that if the alcantara is used on high-performance race cars, it is made for maximum (non-glare) performance and not longevity (?) so maybe he was somewhat correct. In any case, i decided to take a chance that he knew what he was talking about when he showed me his own seat cover (but it might have been something he found on the sidewalk and just wanted to make a sale - who knows).

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Thanks for the info.

I needed to stop near my "usual" upholstery shop today, so i stopped in and was told by the manager / owner (the only person I trust there, and then only a little more than 50%) that UV-treated suede will last about a year on a dash, alcantara suede a few years, before they get faded. The dash is the most difficult since it gets directly baked by the sun. He showed me a black seat cover he did for his own car with something called NOVA suede that he said would hold up better than either of the others, and was 1/2 cheaper than alcantara. I ordered 1.5 yards to do the top of my dash and A-pillar covers in black. Note: he quoted $120 / yard for alcantara.

I reasoned that if the alcantara is used on high-performance race cars, it is made for maximum (non-glare) performance and not longevity (?) so maybe he was somewhat correct. In any case, i decided to take a chance that he knew what he was talking about when he showed me his own seat cover (but it might have been something he found on the sidewalk and just wanted to make a sale - who knows).


For some reason I thought you were working on a Countach. What do you have a Mera?

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I've been watching and waiting.


Yeah, it'll be a really nice nose eventually. I've already split the 512tr donor in half. I'll probably be removing about 4.5" from the total width. My experience with building the Fi355 nose should help me alot on this one.

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{pm sent} commerce is pretty close to me - i'll have to check them out.

i like to think my next kitcar willl be a 308 or 512 testaRossa, but i'm seeing some nice gallardos in the works - the lambo's are normally wayyyy beyond my level of involvement (frame stretch, vertical door difficulty and expense to build ). i think i want a "knock-off" of the gray one you posted above [at first i thoiught it was a fiero kit ]

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UV-treated suede will last about a year on a dash, alcantara suede a few years, before they get faded. The dash is the most difficult since it gets directly baked by the sun.

I hope that does not happen to my dash -

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by ferrobi:

[QUOTE]Originally posted by PaulJK:


UV-treated suede will last about a year on a dash, alcantara suede a few years, before they get faded. The dash is the most difficult since it gets directly baked by the sun.

I hope that does not happen to my dash -


All materials fade, UV coating just slows it down. I think the literature said the rating was 4% loss a year if kept in the sun for 24 hours a day, or something like that. I wouldn't worry about it. Within ten years you'll probably be driving an enzo replica or a minivan anyway. If you park day-in & day-out in the blazing sun, use a windshield visor.

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Looking good





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Look what I just got back from a 10 hour drive with!

Looks good Rob. Thanks again.
And if anyone is wondering about dealing with Rob (Amida), he is one of the best.
I will be updateing my build thread with more pics soon.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/071783.html

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I hope that does not happen to my dash -



I wouldn't worry. The guy at the shop before him told me it would last only 6 months. Besides, you have light gray; i'll have black.

 
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All materials fade, UV coating just slows it down. I think the literature said the rating was 4% loss a year if kept in the sun for 24 hours a day, or something like that. I wouldn't worry about it. Within ten years you'll probably be driving an enzo replica or a minivan anyway. If you park day-in & day-out in the blazing sun, use a windshield visor.



Good to hear. That's what I was thinking - use a visor or park in the shade i just hope this NOVA stuff i bought is a decent grade ....

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I'm also waiting to see the 512 nose.

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Originally posted by Bridgetown:

Look what I just got back from a 10 hour drive with!

Looks good Rob. Thanks again.
And if anyone is wondering about dealing with Rob (Amida), he is one of the best.
I will be updateing my build thread with more pics soon.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/071783.html


It's good to see that the box was in good shape. Not really needed for soft urethane noses , but for gelcoated fiberglass it is a must to have full protection to guard the gelcoat during shipping.


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I'm also waiting to see the 512 nose.


My plan is to use the same upper valance as on the Fi355 nose, and to also borrow surface sections & flanges to help make this one quicker to put together. But, as before, I still have to work outside on the car for this one. Waiting for it to get a little warmer though.

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amida - i picked up the suede from the upholsterers today and it looks terrific . Pretty thick, though, so i hope it won't be a problem to work with. i e-mailed you a copy of the specs to your juno address.

i also spoke to my window tinter and he said there is a 70% (very light) grade of tint that might be suitable for a windshield to help with the UV and heat. anybody know anything about 70% tint ?

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You still have snow up there? It's like high 40's low 50's here in Walla Walla, strange weather, feels like spring. So the nose will be pretty easily put together? Simplicity is great, keep up the good work.

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Originally posted by 88White3.4GT:

You still have snow up there? It's like high 40's low 50's here in Walla Walla, strange weather, feels like spring. So the nose will be pretty easily put together? Simplicity is great, keep up the good work.


The snow is all gone now. Doing Delorean00's upholstery & adding some finishing touches to Ferrobi's dash design. Moving air from the base of the windshield to two, round vents in a different spot is a little tricky.


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Amida, i have said it before, but it needs to be said again,..the work you do is amazing !!

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Amida, i have said it before, but it needs to be said again,..the work you do is amazing !!


I too have said it before but he truly is Amida the Amazing

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I too have said it before but he truly is Amida the Amazing


Thanks. It's not perfect, but I guess it's not bad for non-computer aided design/fab.

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For the Fi355 chin spoiler I'll use this negative impression of the lower side of the nose as the mounting flange. I'll cut it down to 3-4 inches around the perimeter.



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I'm going after something like this one. It looks like I could start off by doing what some guys are doing with the GTaero, attach an upside down bottom section of a 2nd GTaero, to get a mirror image. I could probably work off of that for starters.
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Can't wait Amida! You can count on me for one for sure. Are you starting on this right now? I just wanted to say again wicked job on my front fascia. My wife thinks I'm retarded because I have it sitting in the living room and I just drool over it.

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Can't wait Amida! You can count on me for one for sure. Are you starting on this right now? I just wanted to say again wicked job on my front fascia. My wife thinks I'm retarded because I have it sitting in the living room and I just drool over it.


In the living room? I guess it can double as a coffee table.

I still like this white combo.



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wow, this is exactly the paint scheme i was thinking about, but with the 512 nose. minus the wing.

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Yeah, pretty nice. Gun metal or black rims. I like the mini rear spoiler on TC's car.

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Here's a couple shots of a new Fi355 interior set coming together. Door upholstery just finished in black leatherette and going through final fitting.
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The Fi40 dash had to be pulled or else the 355 doors would crash into it when closed...wouldn't want that to happen.
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Its nice to see the interior for my car is coming along so nicely. I can wait to install it!!

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Nice to see a master at work!

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Its nice to see the interior for my car is coming along so nicely. I can wait to install it!!


I CC'd an emailed photo set to you over the weekend.

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I CC'd an emailed photo set to you over the weekend.


I got it!


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Any updates?

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I'm with him, any updates?

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The chin spoiler would make a most excellent addition to Ferrario. Put me down for one as well.

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Rob,
i posted this on the wrong threat but i wanted to know how hard would it be to fill in the side moulding area on your 355 nose to use with an archie wide body kit. also how much for the nose and shipping to 07764.
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The chin spoiler would make a most excellent addition to Ferrario. Put me down for one as well.



What happend to the Ferrario thread, it's been pretty quiet?

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