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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Fieroman: I'm using Rhino3d.

Amida: I like your idea. I was just looking at the inlets on the 69 & 70 Firebirds, too. I might go more like that and incorporate 99+ Grand Am head and tail lamps, or the newer Bonny tail lamps. So many decisions. Good thing it's just in the computer. This could get expensive trying to do it for real.

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I can appreaceate the work that went into it, and I kinda like it, but I had to post this!
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by qwikgta:

I always liked this stretch concept.

Rob

i have been trying to get ahold of this guy to see if this project was ever finished, and i am pretty close to getting ahold of him.

Apparently this guy, Mark Towle, is one of the world's leading builders of reproduction Batmobiles. This is one of his recent cars built for a customer (here in Florida i believe ?).

His shop is in San Bernardino, California and apparently fittingly it is pretty stealth,..the only thing that reportedly might catch your eye, is a bat logo on one of the doors hehehe.

** edit to update, i have made contact with him, see below **

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/058013.html

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sweet mother of god!!!! i want more pics of this!!!!! i neeeeed more pics of this thing

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sweet mother of god!!!! i want more pics of this!!!!! i neeeeed more pics of this thing

I don't know about the front facsia, but WOW!!! Cheers Beers n Gears. Joe

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I like the strech that Automoda posted on page one did you chop the top when photo shop or is it just steched and how much of a strech do you think to get that look i am realy thinking of buying an imsa gt body then having it streched and the top choped like v8 archie's i wonder if he would strech the car for me to

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If the silver 4-seater had a chop top it'll look like the red one that was photoshopped. I wonder if that project in the driveway photo was finished also; looks pretty exotic.

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I like the strech that Automoda posted on page one did you chop the top when photo shop or is it just steched and how much of a strech do you think to get that look i am realy thinking of buying an imsa gt body then having it streched and the top choped like v8 archie's i wonder if he would strech the car for me to

Might be good timing, i think Archie has publically mentioned several times before about wanting to do a streched fiero.

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Might be good timing, i think Archie has publically mentioned several times before about wanting to do a streched fiero.

i got my gears turning for some fiero supercar looking hybred.... to not compleatly change the look of the fiero but add to it to make it look exotic like that batmans dudes but minus the front facha

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Trying out a different rear end with '69 Firebird tail lights.

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A coupe with a longer stretch, 9" or so, may look like this drawing. Sail panels adjusted with slight body slope.

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wow you guys have great ideas and can draw them the best i can do is draw stick men

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Thought I'd add a fender flare kit to widen the track a little, & to keep things in proportion.

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Front view: Slight fender flaring, not much, maybe by 1" front, 2" rear. Lower chin spoiler as well.

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Here's the rear view of the stretched coupe with 2" flares, 9" rims, new taillights & honeycomb engine grill. Does anyone know what is the minimum stretch required to get a N*/Audi trans to fit into the Fiero?

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I like it!

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I wonder if it's possible to take a drawing & make it look similar to a real life photo? I use Photoshop Elements, but I'm not sure if the program is capable of doing this. Anyone know?

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Thought I'd update my concept. What do you think...

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Like the front spoiler Bob. How about opening up the grill more for projector headlights? Also, like the broadened shoulders over the wheels.

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Thought I'd update my concept. What do you think...

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I think it looks good... but also think it's turning into a corvair :-)

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Here's the stretch coupe with flares & 512 type sail panels.


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It does look a little like the very rare '89 Corvair (No pun intended )
Here's a back shot:

Amida:
It looks good, but I think it looks too narrow through the mid section, towards the front.

Bob

Edit: The above shot is using '69 Firebird tail lamps. I forgot to put in the back-up lamps...Next rev...

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The dimensions are a little off from freehand drawing, bodyline is supposed to start at stock Fiero line and slope upwards to the rear.
'70 Challenger tail light:

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'69 GTO tail lights


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It does look a little like the very rare '89 Corvair (No pun intended )
Here's a back shot:

Amida:
It looks good, but I think it looks too narrow through the mid section, towards the front.

Bob

Hey,
I like that...............
Edit: The above shot is using '69 Firebird tail lamps. I forgot to put in the back-up lamps...Next rev...

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lowered the rockers just a tad to get things into better proportion, and filled in the wheels. I'm starting to like the fender flare idea...may try it on my '88 Formula.

had to fix front wheel size.

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Obviously I am not done this photoshop.. But its a start. Maybe get you a little more modivated to take it farther. I used my 80's trans am tails in this one, so its pretty close to yours. Just a thought.

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Yep, I recognize those tail lights...blackened Testarossa style. That's a cool looking rear end...sort of has an S7 look. I'll need to get a drawing tablet, which is what you're using I presume.

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Here's the 6 inch stretch cabriolet style.

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Obviously I am not done this photoshop.. But its a start. Maybe get you a little more modivated to take it farther. I used my 80's trans am tails in this one, so its pretty close to yours. Just a thought.

Here's what I saw in your drawing with the '84 TA tail lights:

What do you have for the front?

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Here's what I came up with for your side view:

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I modified the rear end to how I will create it. The build up has already begun. It is only a matter of time.

Take a minute and follow my build, it too might give you a good idea on how you can build yours.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/058546.html

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What do you think of this idea I was toying with???

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Bob, That looks pretty tight! I'm gonna guess Bonneville ? Ya know I think the 300zx headlights will be perfect for that design due to the sharper/flatter angle of the bonnet/fascia. Even better yet the Vette C6 lights will better compliment the front intakes. It's amazing how you can update the look of the Fiero so much from just changing some details on the front & rear fascias.

Cleaned up some lines & added wheels on the previous drawing:

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What do you think of this idea I was toying with???

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That looks good !

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Is it just me or is this begining to take on the look of an F 50 Ferrari as it evolves? Joe

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Good eye Joe, F50, NSX & R8 influence on side mounted wing stands. With the long lines of the '84 TA tail lights in Custom2M4's design, a long wing seemed complimentary. I might draw up a version without the wing for comparison. Amida

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Amida,
I saw a Bonneville driving behind me the other day. I thought the front would look kinda cool on the Fiero. I was thinking of using the tail lights at one time, so I guess it was a natural progression. Now I have to figure out how to model it. Hmm?
Your last drawing is pretty hot. I think you lost the Fiero theme somewhere, but I'd take one, hands down.

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Bob, Yes there's not much left of the Fiero in that last one, but I did try to design around the stock door glass. This next one I played off of your Bonneville theme. More mods needed for this one...changes to hood, wider fenders, headlights, framing. But, there's still a Fiero beneath it.
Amida

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That looks pretty cool. Looks like it's ready for Le Mans. That's the look I'm after.

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