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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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You all are making me want to start a build on my 87 GT


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Sprayed tan Colorcoat over some of the grey trim pieces, and stitched together a matching E-brake boot...just about ready to throw the new G1 dash back in for a test fit.


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Rob,

It looks great...loving it!

also have a dual din entertainment center I thought you find interesting...very reasonably priced for what it does:

Car-Joy™ 8 inch double-din Android 4.0 / 3G WIFI GPS Car dvd


♦.High definition digital panel(Pixel 800*480)
♦.8 inch Touch screen monitor
♦.steering wheel control function
♦.Built-in Bluetooth for mobile hands-free.
♦.Built in IPOD function
♦.PIP(picture in picture.)
♦.3D Rotating UI (slide from left to right and from up to down )
♦.Built in ATV ( ISDB,ATSC,DVB-T are optional )
♦.2-Zone function ,the 2 program can be setting differently
♦.Built in GPS function
♦.Radio receiving: FM/AM can be stored 32 stations. RDS is available .
♦.USB/SD card port: support MP4,DIVX,JPEG,MP3 and WMA playback
♦.Car backing display: Car reverse camera input (switch automatically)
♦.Language of OSD menu with DVD:Chinese,English,French,German,Italian,Spainish,Portuguese,(Thailand,Japanese)
♦.Operation menu of language: Simplified Chinese,Traditional Chinese,English,Russian,Italian,Turkish,Japanese,German,French,Portuguese,Arabic,Portuguese
♦.AV output/input :2 video out, 4audio output, 2video input ,2 audio input
♦.Subwoofer output
♦.Compatible with DVD,DVD-R,DVD-RW,HDVD,DVCD,MP3,MP4,CD-R,CD-RW,VCD,DIVX,WMA etc.
♦.Maximal power:4X50W maximum power output
CPU: MSTAR 776multi-media processor, main frequency exceeds 533MHz
Memory/FLASH: 128MB
Operation system: Android 4.0 (ICS)
SD Card: Support double hi-speed SDHC(32G) card
USB: support USB HOST, USB pen readable

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Test fitting the nearly completed G1 dash into the '88 Formula. Tooling for the airducts, shifter boot cover, and glovebox filler panel are all that is left to complete this project. Overall, a pretty good fit. Will need a power mirror switch and racing pedals, and to re-color the armrest to black.

Pricing for the do-it-yourself parts kit will be set tentatively at us$1599.00 + s&h. Trimming, prep & upholstery are optional.







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We're not worthy! We're not worthy! Truly an artist in your own right sir.

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OMG...rob...please respond to my PM....I am so ready to give you my $ !!!

You are a true artist!

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That is sooooo beautiful! Very good job. I will be giving you my money when the time comes. That dash is omg! Thank you! Wow!

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QUESTION?

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Wow... speachless.

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We are not worthy!

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That is just what the Fiero needed! Modern looking and 80's box style gone!

You sir, are the bomb when it comes to Fiero interiors.

Crap, I think I have a "man-crush" now!

What are you looking at as far as a time line to pop a complete kit for the do-it-yourselfer compared to doing a complete kit covered, guages, etc., wired and ready to just bolt in?

What is the blank plate between the HVAC control and the flat screen?

Are you making door panels to match or will your 355 panels work with this?

Lastly, does it have a cup-holder?

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Beautiful interior. If i had kept my car, this would of been the next purchase! Amazing work Rob.


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QUESTION?





That is a door handle for the Fi355 interior

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Originally posted by IwannaIRM:

What are you looking at as far as a time line to pop a complete kit for the do-it-yourselfer compared to doing a complete kit covered, guages, etc., wired and ready to just bolt in?

I have an fi355 interior to finish, but can start new G1s now.

What is the blank plate between the HVAC control and the flat screen?

Empty space for accessory switches, etc.

Are you making door panels to match or will your 355 panels work with this?

I may do simple door panels based on stock door handles/cheap alternatives depending on level of interest. Don't know if Fi355 handles will work; haven't thought about it. It's a $600 feature that I'd rather not design around.

Lastly, does it have a cup-holder?

Maybe cut a hole in the armrest and insert a cup holder?



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Looks amazing, Rob. Beautiful work.

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Truly a work of art!

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3800SC Series 1 w/5spd Getrag
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Corvette Dash Mod
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum3/HTML/000099.html

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Impressive, you have a PM.

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Rob,

Thought I would share how the black Camaro power mirror switch looked liked installed.

There was a tiny bit of modification need to make it fit just right, but anyone can do it:

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Both manual and auto shifters will use the same console layout. However, for auto shifters a manual boot ring & new boot will be needed, and a few washer spacers may be needed under the shifter to raise it a tad to prevent the stick from hitting the boot cover.

Manual boot ring with reliefs cut out for auto stick clearance.



New boot & ring mounted to console bezel.



Full auto shifter travel with boot. ( Boot cover is not fastened in photo )




Thanks for the good comments.


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Rob,

Can you find out the manufacture and color of the powder coating:

I am thinking about having a cover plate made for the courtesy light panel:

...the area that is raised out...I outlined it in black above.

I think it will help make the car look uniform with the new look...also thinking of pieces around the door handle and locks...thoughts?

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That Is by far the best interior I have ever seen in a fiero!! dam man good job! hopefully I'll have another one someday soon and thats going to be my second mod to the motor.

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I just walked outside and kicked my old Fiero dash. Your work is top notch.

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Rob, you have totally out done yourself, that is just dead sexy.

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Rob, you have totally out done yourself, that is just dead sexy.

Joe


Thanks for all the positive comments guys. You'll ultimately appreciate it when you install one into your rides.

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Thanks for all the positive comments guys. You'll ultimately appreciate it when you install one into your rides.


It's time for you to start your pre order list,
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I really need to talk my wife into letting me buy one of these...Excellent work!!

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The upcoming spring car show season is just around the corner. If you need a dash by Spring you should let me know asap; it'll take some time to assemble parts and there's only two hands working in this shop.



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Quality work as always.

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Originally posted by Amida:

The upcoming spring car show season is just around the corner. If you need a dash by Spring you should let me know asap; it'll take some time to assemble parts and there's only two hands working in this shop.


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PMs Sent

And if I haven't said it enough....thanks for turning my DREAM into a REALITY!

ROB ROCKS!

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Troyboy,

What color scheme are going with on yours?

...I think everyone already knows that I am going black with bright blue stitching

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Black with white accents


**edit to add pic**

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Going to look amazing in your ride!

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Rob,

Are we still going to be utilizing the original air ducting?

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Rob,

Are we still going to be utilizing the original air ducting?


The Fiero ducting is no longer needed.

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Thanks Rob!

Here is another mystery someone can explain...I found an actually fiero black power mirror switch...what specific fiero had a black one?

And no this is not the same unit that went in the camaro or IROC...I have one of each and those two have the same molded on plastic mount points, which are different then the fiero's units...they can easily be modified to work, but not the same GM part.



seller just contact me and stated that the GM part # is as follows: GM #20426105

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I believe that is original to the 1984 Fieros.

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Rob,

OK...love the interior as you and everyone already knows!

Wanted to know if you could make one mine tweak for mine when putting her together:

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Wanted to know if you could make one mine tweak for mine when putting her together:



If it just screws on and there is enough clearance then that should not be a problem.

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