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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Report this Post09-02-2007 02:24 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
Thanks for the compliments. I only rough sketch enough to visualize what I'm thinking...never took any classes.

Continued with a little more mock up this weekend. More measuring, eyeballing, & grinding. I split the Ferrari nose right down the middle; will need to reduce width later on to match the Fiero. A little more rough hacking on the sides as well. It's looking better. That's it for now.



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Come to think of it, it is starting to look like my earlier sketch

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Continuing with the mockup. After the positioning & alignment was determined the mounting flange was added to the upper valance panel, and here the passenger side mounting flange is glassed in. The nose is temporarily clamped to the valance panel. Next, I'll transfer the measurements to the driver side & glass both sides together. I'll likely have to shave about 3/4" off the bottom to line up with the lower radiator mount.
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Thought I'd doodle a little before I hit the hay. Trying to figure out what to do with the Formula I have in the driveway. A more rounded look like the Solstice perhaps. The side mouldings could probably be left out.

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Go Rob, go!!

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Go Rob, go!!

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Hey Bob, what you working on?
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Shortened the nose, moulded-in flairs, removed the side mouldings, & added a tail. Now the only Fiero ID left is the vertical window trim. This Body kit has a longer wheelbase, but is shorter overall from stock Formula.

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Reshaped the wheel wells. Can't see much of the original Formula underneath, but breaking from the traditional Fiero features will open up alot of possibilities.
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hey wow, these drawings are looking great! and that dash is very nice as well.
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Starting to look more and more like an F430. That's not a bad thing.

Me, I'm working on the 4.0 and trying to shoehorn it in. Thanx for asking...

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I must have Ferrari in my veins, the only reference I looked at was a 350z. I could study a Pinto & somehow end up with something like an Enzo.

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yeah, im definitely seeing ferrari in there, but it looks awesome
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Did a little more tweeking while I wait for the roofing company. Changed to a ducktail & modified the quarter glass...if anyone remembers the RX-4 .


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Whatever became of this?

I like that one. Kind of a Fiero/Daytona Prototype.

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Haven't had much time to doodle lately; been building more interiors. Can't keep the customers waiting ya know.

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everytime I see one of your interiors, tears come to my eyes.
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everytime I see one of your interiors, tears come to my eyes.


Tusch, What are you working on on your Fiero?


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The old aero nose that I used has lost some of it's perkiness over the past 19 years, so the doc will have to give it a little face lift. I've noticed that on most Fieros that I've seen. Maybe I should design a wonderbra to push up on the valance part of the nose to put the curve back where it's sagging.
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Actually I don't own a Fiero, more of an enthusiast with intentions haha. I am in school right now (Mechanical Engineering Technology at Purdue) and belong to several car forums that bring to me a wealth of knowledge like this thread! I love the fiero because of the endless possibilities. It is the etcha-sketch of the car world, starts off great, but if you want something different, just shake and try again.

(I belong to car forums for cars I love and would one day love to own)
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Another low cost turn signal alternative to the originals is the Jeep Liberty. They're almost the same length as the originals & have a better installed angle than the Sebring lights. They also use two bullbs. These might be a better choice...We'll see.
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Looking great!
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Originally posted by Amida:



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Did a little more tweeking while I wait for the roofing company. Changed to a ducktail & modified the quarter glass...if anyone remembers the RX-4 .



starting to look like a gt40 with a hint of fiero. looks good!

BTW: you did a killer job on Whadeduck's interior... very cool.
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starting to look like a gt40 with a hint of fiero. looks good!

BTW: you did a killer job on Whadeduck's interior... very cool.



I think it's the duck tail. Maybe try a wing instead.


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I think it's the duck tail. Maybe try a wing instead.



Got a problem with ducks?

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Got a problem with ducks?




Funny! No problem at all, I love Peking duck with plum sauce.
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Changed a few things on previous drawing: qtr glass, rear corner, rear bumper, airducts, C6 taillights.

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I like it, and I dont know why, but it almost reminds me of a Sallen S7 now.
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The weather here has changed drastically since starting this project, so I worked double time to get this valance panel face lift done which is now completed. I didn't now how much the old Fiero nosed sagged until I actually started the operation. The straight edge shows the body line is back to where it should be. After priming a finish coat is applied then polished & waxed to prepare for tooling.






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Sweet. Excellent as always.

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An epoxy tooling system is used for making the mould. Epoxy is more expensive & harder to work with but shrinks less & doesn't distort like polyester does. Other than a little paint sticking the mould separated with a little finesse. Here, the first part pulled from the new mould will be mounted to my chassis & used as a demo unit to help finish the shaping of the new nose section.








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Originally posted by Amida:

Thought I'd doodle a little before I hit the hay. Trying to figure out what to do with the Formula I have in the driveway. A more rounded look like the Solstice perhaps. The side mouldings could probably be left out.





This looks awesome. More rounded and all-around updated, but it still looks "Fiero-ish". Creative in a very tasteful way.

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Thanks, but I think it'll look cleaner without the side mouldings, or with a smaller seam/groove along the side.

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Did a quick trial fit this morning. Not a bad fit for just setting it in place without screws.






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The main advantage of going with my modular approach is interchangeability. I can design several different nose styles & swap from one design to another. Repair jobs may be simplified because it will not be necessary to re-paint the whole front end. I also like the component look. Here, a 512TR nose looks to be a good fit for the Fiero. The side skirt seems to go good with the GT ground effects.




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The 4-door/4-seater Fiero didn't last more than a few posts in this thread. It still intrigues me though, especially when you consider a stretch. How about utilizing the RX-8's pillarless suicide doors idea?

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Originally posted by LT-5Fiero:

The 4-door/4-seater Fiero didn't last more than a few posts in this thread. It still intrigues me though, especially when you consider a stretch. How about utilizing the RX-8's pillarless suicide doors idea?

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That was cool how they added the rear seat, but instead of using 4 doors I would just stay with 2 doors and just lengthen the doors like on a Firebird.
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Something like this but with longer doors.

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That 512tr nose is beautiful, are you going to offer it for sale?
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Originally posted by Amida:

Thought I'd doodle a little before I hit the hay. Trying to figure out what to do with the Formula I have in the driveway. A more rounded look like the Solstice perhaps. The side mouldings could probably be left out.





Are you the one that made that cool Notchback with a fastback clip hybrid? I like the look of it.

I think It would be possible to make that rear end look a lot closer to an R8 rear end.
If you have time to doodle again, I always wanted to see what a cross between a Fiero, and an Audi R8, with some Lamborghini Gallardo, and Ferrari (612, maybe) sprinkled in would look like.

Keep up the great work!!!

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