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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Amida, I like the Carbon Fibre insert. It reminds me of a DeTomaso Pantera I saw at an Auction in Monterey, CA a couple years ago. I think it'll look really good.

Careful, CF is a slippery slope.. Next you'll want to do the mirror housings and other random black trim pieces. It also works great in interiors (when used sparingly (see: Audi RS-4. NOT BMW M6) )

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neat build, looks great.

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Originally posted by Fenix:

neat build, looks great.



I haven't had much time to work on my own car. Clutch & water pump still down. Thanks.

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Originally posted by Austrian Import:

Amida, I like the Carbon Fibre insert. It reminds me of a DeTomaso Pantera I saw at an Auction in Monterey, CA a couple years ago. I think it'll look really good.

Careful, CF is a slippery slope.. Next you'll want to do the mirror housings and other random black trim pieces. It also works great in interiors (when used sparingly (see: Audi RS-4. NOT BMW M6) )

-Max


CF mirror skins would be neat. I may try it if I can figure out how to work around the base/pedestal, and do it in one piece.

Got the B-pillar caps coated in UV epoxy. Looks smooth except for a few dust specs here & there. Don't think that can be avoided when using a brush.




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A-pillar corner caps with UV epoxy clear coat.


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These will look pretty sharp once back on the Formula. First, I need to get some 3M double tape.




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Originally posted by Amida:

These will look pretty sharp once back on the Formula. First, I need to get some 3M double tape.





Put them on I want to see um - are you going to sell them too?

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Put them on I want to see um - are you going to sell them too?


Yes, I now have the tooling made, so I can make duplicates.




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Did some visualization with templates to see what would be needed to cover the wide wheels. I may do a foam fill to further see how it will look.



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this i gotta see!
Rob, this looks interesting can't wait to see what you come up with.
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Rob,
I had to do the same thing with my choptop to cover the wheels as well.
the one thing I did because of the 355 nose being so wide to begin with was to take a mold off the stock front fender and make fiberglass ones.
then on top of the fender I split the top so the fender has no taper to the front anymore. this gave me about an inch in the front then I cut the wheel well and did an old school flair that gave me the other 3/4" I needed. the one thing I never liked about the shape of the fiero was that wedge shape in the front.
but for you to do this you would have to widen the nose as well. it is a lot of work. I like where you are going with your car, I know what ever you come up with will look great
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Originally posted by ace5514:

this i gotta see!
Rob, this looks interesting can't wait to see what you come up with.
al


Start a thread yet?

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Rob,
I had to do the same thing with my choptop to cover the wheels as well.
the one thing I did because of the 355 nose being so wide to begin with was to take a mold off the stock front fender and make fiberglass ones.
then on top of the fender I split the top so the fender has no taper to the front anymore. this gave me about an inch in the front then I cut the wheel well and did an old school flair that gave me the other 3/4" I needed. the one thing I never liked about the shape of the fiero was that wedge shape in the front.
but for you to do this you would have to widen the nose as well. it is a lot of work. I like where you are going with your car, I know what ever you come up with will look great
D.


I'm just doing one wheel for now to see how it'll work. I'm leaning towards a separate piece attached with fasteners rather than moulding it into the bodywork.

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The corner caps fit very well. This looks really cool! Adhesive may be a better choice than using double tape due to it's zero margin of error when fitting; there's no chance to adjust once stuck. The pitted mirror housings are not so cool, however.





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no thread yet...and if you don't stop making things i like, i am going to have to keep working overtime to pay for them. hence i will never have time to start one.....


.......now how much for the carbon fiber covers pictured above???????
al

ps do they come in cloors other than red and or standard black?

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Originally posted by Austrian Import:

Careful, CF is a slippery slope.. Next you'll want to do the mirror housings and other random black trim pieces.
-Max


A CF roof panel skin would be cool. I saw one on a Honda S2000 recently.

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Amida, I can't tell from the pics: Is this 2x2 twill weave?

Also, have you considered making the sail panel window CF? (replacing the plastic "window glass" )

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Originally posted by Austrian Import:

Amida, I can't tell from the pics: Is this 2x2 twill weave?

Also, have you considered making the sail panel window CF? (replacing the plastic "window glass" )


Yes, it's twill. No plans on doing notchie sails, but I'm sure someone makes it for the GT .

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Rob,
any update on the flairs?
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Bump for the fibre...?

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Bump!

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Originally posted by Amida:



On this 2nd version the car has a wide track. The fenders are curved & widened w/ hot air opening at rear edge. Rear 1/4 glass reduced & notched like a GT.


looks like a euro corvette.

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Amida, not sure what you have planned, but you could look towards the Audi R8, Electric Audi R8, Audi R4, or even the new TT for inspiration on shaping the fenders..

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The CF trims came out top notch Amida. How much would you be looking for a set?

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Originally posted by Hockaday:


looks like a euro corvette.


There was another , more refined, mod that I made after that one.

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This one from page 1.

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Originally posted by ace5514:

Rob,
any update on the flairs?
al


Maybe after it's all done & painted.

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Originally posted by Austrian Import:

Amida, not sure what you have planned, but you could look towards the Audi R8, Electric Audi R8, Audi R4, or even the new TT for inspiration on shaping the fenders..


Seems like you're a Fox fan.

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Originally posted by Carcenomy:

The CF trims came out top notch Amida. How much would you be looking for a set?


It depends on clear coat or uncoated. I'll send you a PM.

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well when it's painted...i'll be waiting!



also don't forget me when you start to make the cf covers for by the mirror. (i keep forgetting what they are called)

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Yes I think it's a good nose for the Fiero, but people who've said they were interested have now disappeared so it's on the back burner now. Also, I've learned that fiberglassing large body panels, such as bumpers, is really, REALLY, hideous work. I'd rather have someone else do it if I can afford it. But, the dilema is that I don't think enough will be sold to make cents. Make sense?





how much??

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Great build, if V8Archie didn't build those rockers then who did. I didn't know that anyone else made those.

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Great build, if V8Archie didn't build those rockers then who did. I didn't know that anyone else made those.


I don't know anything about my rockers, they were on the car when I bought it. The car was a stolen recovery from the SeedroWooly, WA. area. They might be an earlier version with integrated fiberglass belt mouldings. It's messed up anyway so I'll be trying to Enzo-fy them if I can.

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Originally posted by IVANNATINKLE:


how much??


Cannot say at the moment. If done in one piece it should save a little on labor hours.

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The fender flare that I'll need to cover my Porsche wheels will be about 5.5" wide at the top ( front wheels ). Rather than make individual flares for each corner of the car, this foam & wood plug will be used to form a universal flare which will then be used to make frp flares for all four corners. The plan is to tailor each corner, add flanges & secure with hidden fasteners.


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Wow those are going to be WIDE flares! But it will look really nice when it is done. Your work is excellent.

I can't wait to see what the rear flares look like!

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I too would like to know how much the CF panels would be...Neat idea! -Jason

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Originally posted by doublec4:

Wow those are going to be WIDE flares! But it will look really nice when it is done. Your work is excellent.

I can't wait to see what the rear flares look like!



For the front fenders it's mostly at the top because it has to blend in with the stock fender. Around 2-3" frontside & very little on the backside...The Fiero is narrow up front. Thanks.

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Originally posted by Fierofreak00:

I too would like to know how much the CF panels would be...Neat idea! -Jason


Let me get my new B-pillar sails back on the car first so that I can take some installed shots. I think it'll look pretty sharp...it's not too much carbon, just enough to give it a little more detail.

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Let me get my new B-pillar sails back on the car first so that I can take some installed shots. I think it'll look pretty sharp...it's not too much carbon, just enough to give it a little more detail.


Great! I can't wait to see it! -Jason

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