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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Report this Post11-06-2010 08:59 PM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Just finished the upholstery on a set of Fi355 door panels. These are for a stock, non-rebody, Fiero.






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holly crap thats badass!

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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

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I see all kinds of work but where is the stretch you planned


Anything new on the stretch..???

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Report this Post02-21-2011 01:25 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Austrian ImportClick Here to Email Austrian ImportSend a Private Message to Austrian ImportEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Amida, please post some more update pictures. I love to see your work. It's gorgeous!

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Report this Post03-06-2011 02:42 AM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Not much happening on the Formula project lately...just been focusing on getting the Fi512 nose completed.


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Report this Post03-06-2011 10:21 AM Click Here to See the Profile for War HammerClick Here to Email War HammerSend a Private Message to War HammerEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

I can't wait! Any ideas on the cost yet?

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Looking great. I would like one too.

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Here's the thread...

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/079750.html

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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.





Rob,
did you ever start making these caps?
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Rob,
Really would like to send you some cash and get this new f355 dash in black. Thanks.

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Rob,
did you ever start making these caps?
al


The molds are finished but I haven't produce any yet...been too busy with work & other projects.

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Rob,
well when you do make them, let me know i need a pair like those posted above (regular carbon fiber).
i can clear coat them with polyurethane so you don't have to kill yourself getting em all pretty and shiney like that.
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Originally posted by ace5514:

Rob,
well when you do make them, let me know i need a pair like those posted above (regular carbon fiber).
i can clear coat them with polyurethane so you don't have to kill yourself getting em all pretty and shiney like that.
al


Okay.

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Report this Post04-17-2011 10:14 PM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Lately I've been just working on the Fi512 nose model which is just about ready for tooling. I thought I'd use some scrap vinyl and wrap my custom fender flare to see how it'll look with the new nose. I would probably add a carbon splitter at the bottom to tie everything together.






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Finally some updates here! I'm dying to see this thing finished

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Is it just me, or does this nose remind anyone else of a 3rd gen camaro? I like it!

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Report this Post07-03-2011 12:29 AM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Shipping off the only fi355 nose that I had at the moment, the one that was on my own test pegasus. Greyhound packageXpress has been the least expensive way to send a large package such as this. It'll find a new home in Ft. Lauderdale.



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Is it just me, or does this nose remind anyone else of a 3rd gen camaro? I like it!

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Yes, some similarity.

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I WANT TO BUY A FIBERGLASS TOP NOSE ONLY

NOT A WHOLE BUMPER , HOW MUCH $


Is this piece for sale separately...?
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Is this piece for sale separately...?
Smooth



I can make one if needed. Send me a PM.

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So... will this project resume now I loved where it was headed

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So... will this project resume now I loved where it was headed


Not much to report...maybe will have some time on it in the winter.



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WOW!
Rob, that nose looks awsome...the way it should have looked from the factory!
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Test fitting Fi355 interior, for stock Fiero door height. '88 Fiero grey/black vinyl.



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This blue vinyl got me thinkin' of changing to blue when the F6 is ready for paint. I'm also wondering if the 355 rear spoiler section of the decklid from my abandoned spider will work on the F6 as well.



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Final mockup of Fi355 dash before uphostery.






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Originally posted by Amida:

Just finished the upholstery on a set of Fi355 door panels. These are for a stock, non-rebody, Fiero.





Those are nice they go so well with the dash. Now how about a F40 door panel to match the F40 dash I'll split the cost of your R&D?

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This blue vinyl got me thinkin' of changing to blue when the F6 is ready for paint. I'm also wondering if the 355 rear spoiler section of the decklid from my abandoned spider will work on the F6 as well.



Nice, I was just wondering about this vinyl yesterday. IIRC you said it was for typical sign applications, not automotive, right? The color is beautiful.
Here's what I'm probably going to wrap my Camaro with:
Azure Blue Metallic
http://www.signfilm.com/uk/...duit.asp?id=3009&p=2

It's Oracal 970RA, nice quality and designed for solid color vehicle wraps and isn't too hard to work with (I've done some small pieces with it):
http://www.oracal.com/produ...eriesID=237&tabID=md

Here it is on a VW Golf:
http://www.golfmk6.com/foru...owthread.php?t=16107

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Yes...I used sign vinyl...it has no air release grid on the back side makes it difficult to get the bubbles out. Next time I will use the correct wrapping vinyl.

 
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Nice, I was just wondering about this vinyl yesterday. IIRC you said it was for typical sign applications, not automotive, right? The color is beautiful.
Here's what I'm probably going to wrap my Camaro with:
Azure Blue Metallic
http://www.signfilm.com/uk/...duit.asp?id=3009&p=2

It's Oracal 970RA, nice quality and designed for solid color vehicle wraps and isn't too hard to work with (I've done some small pieces with it):
http://www.oracal.com/produ...eriesID=237&tabID=md

Here it is on a VW Golf:
http://www.golfmk6.com/foru...owthread.php?t=16107

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Rob, do you offer this manifold part by itself, and how much?

Thanks. Joe

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I'll have a look at it.

 
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Those are nice they go so well with the dash. Now how about a F40 door panel to match the F40 dash I'll split the cost of your R&D?



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I can make another if you need it.

 
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Rob, do you offer this manifold part by itself, and how much?

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I wonder if the Fiero instrument cluster can be simply chopped down to fit this profile...if the darn thing wasn't so massive it could be adopted more easily in newer dash designs.



Interior shots of: Pontiac G6 , G8 & GTO





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Ferrari 612

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It's still a work in progress, but the Fierovation widetrack "Z" rocker is taking shape very well.



Thinkin' about mounting Will's new Pegasus badges. This is just a paper printout.



Will this kit be for sale one day... to be compatible with a stock fiero nose (and closed mouth chin spoiler)? I'm into this look way more than the mad arch kit, or IMSA wide body. I'd love to have one of these on the road!

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Possibly, but it's very early in the design stage....may end up much different. Rockers do not attach to the fascia so I imagine any nose will do. But, the fender flares must be trimmed to each nose profile.

 
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Will this kit be for sale one day... to be compatible with a stock fiero nose (and closed mouth chin spoiler)? I'm into this look way more than the mad arch kit, or IMSA wide body. I'd love to have one of these on the road!


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Possibly, but it's very early in the design stage....may end up much different. Rockers do not attach to the fascia so I imagine any nose will do. But, the fender flares must be trimmed to each nose profile.



Sounds good, I hope the design doesn't stray too much! Although I do trust your taste in design. I'd love to own something like this one day.

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Rob
I'm very interested to see what you come up with here. I have been looking for a good rear spoiler that will flow with your Fi355 nose.

 
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I'm also wondering if the 355 rear spoiler section of the decklid from my abandoned spider will work on the F6 as well.


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