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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Report this Post08-26-2012 11:04 PM Click Here to See the Profile for infinitewillSend a Private Message to infinitewillEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

 
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Originally posted by Amida:

Can you draw the C6 Vette fonts on the Fiero layout?


Rob,

I am sure I can but I won't be able to tackle it until Thursday. BTW Sharkman, that cluster looks fantastic!

Dr. W.

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Rob,

I am sure I can but I won't be able to tackle it until Thursday. BTW Sharkman, that cluster looks fantastic!

Dr. W.



No hurry Will.

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With blue LED


Nice. The printing looks a little grey in color.

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Report this Post08-28-2012 06:41 PM Click Here to See the Profile for yellowstoneClick Here to visit yellowstone's HomePageSend a Private Message to yellowstoneEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Very nice!

 
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G1 dash shifter surround model comparison with stock panel. Less bulky, more streamlined.



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With blue LED


Thanks. I'm checking with McNord to see if they can draw an overlay with Corvette C6 graphics.


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Very nice!



Design work doesn't get any easier or quicker when shaping it by hand. It's hours upon hours of sculpting. Thanks.

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G1 dash center section model in primer.



[This message has been edited by Amida (edited 09-10-2012).]

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Amida, refresh me again on what the ballpark price will be.

I know it may not be firm, but just trying to get an idea.

Looks awesome.

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I second the inquiry on the ballpark price. Thanks!

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Amida, refresh me again on what the ballpark price will be.

I know it may not be firm, but just trying to get an idea.

Looks awesome.


Hard to say right now, will have better idea when I can figure out labor hours & $$ to fabricate 20 or so pieces. Prep & upholstery will also be an available option for quicker installation.


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I second the inquiry on the ballpark price. Thanks!

Austin



Hey Austin, did you post any pics since the grey paint job?

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Will the price be about the same as the 355 dash?

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Originally posted by F355spider:

Will the price be about the same as the 355 dash?


The goal from the start has been to be more affordable and simpler to install.

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G1 dash major component models are completed. Mock assembly to check for proper clearance & fit. Minor components & bezels remain.

A refreshing look for the aging Fiero cabin I would say.






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That's hot.

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Very nice. You have great imagination and from everything I have seen and heard produce a high quality product.

I can't wait to see this project completed. I will be in line to buy at least one interior for my one of my three Fieros.

Once again Great Work!

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Let me know when...I am sooooooooo ready...also still praying you will consider the inner door skins that I proposed to match.

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wow. I am interested in anything that is Lambo related. Let me know when you figure out pricing if you don't mind.

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Really nice ... cant wait to see when and how much for a complete kit ... THX

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Always amazed at your work, Rob...Another beautiful product.

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Report this Post09-15-2012 03:59 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

Ya it's looking really nice, even in model form. Tooling fabrication is alot of work yet to do. Thanks.

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Fi355 interior tooling coming out of storage.



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Rob,

Please PM or email...want to order both G1 & a 355 interior...please and thank you.

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looks great!!

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Awesome job on the G1!

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Oh man that looks so cool.

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A $140 cake recipe .



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Looks awesome!

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Leather hides for a new Fi355 interior set...black\tan combo to match Mr. Mikes light ferrari tan seats.

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gauge face options

http://www.ebay.com/itm/USA...em3f1c14ee09&vxp=mtr

this place does about 25 different colors for the fiero.
http://www.whitegauges.net/...8/White-Face-Gauges/

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gauge face options




Cool.

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Recent Fi355 interior shots






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G1 dash tooling in progress


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G1 dash switch panel sample unit with stock Fiero switches mounted. Relocation to the lower left will get these old switches out of sight and cleanup the driver point of view. Simply remove switches from old bezels and snap-in/screw onto the new panel.






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Your F355 interior looks beautiful as always. Amida, what color combinations have you done before? Ever done any Cream color? One day I may bite the bullet and get yours. - I had no idea you use real leather.

Can't wait to see more pictures of the G1 dash as well. For now I'm holding out on this one *crosses fingers on price*

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That dash is amazing! Let me know when you start producing them.

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What's new

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Those look pretty nice. Reminds me a lot of the Mercedes Touring Class racer of a few years back. Im with you on not molding them in. 2 different materials never bond together well. They will always crack near the seam, especially if a wheel ever bumps it. Theres nothing wrong with seams between two parts if they look like they were designed that way.

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Those look pretty nice. Reminds me a lot of the Mercedes Touring Class racer of a few years back. Im with you on not molding them in. 2 different materials never bond together well. They will always crack near the seam, especially if a wheel ever bumps it. Theres nothing wrong with seams between two parts if they look like they were designed that way.


You refering to these fender flares? Ya, part of my widetrack concept with the Z rockers and rear diffuser.




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