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SPY PICS!....first secrets of the GTR exposed! by Fie Ro
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Beautiful car... thats about all I can muster right now. You have definately given me some ideas
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i have become a lurker in the past year but this is a prime example of why i continue viewing this forum. great job and keep up the good work.
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darn it!!! I saw a new page and thought that we could finally see the finished product- all assembled!
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Its...almost finished...almost assembled...but definitely back on the road
...Fieros are never finished, we all know that
Got a lot of "looks like aston martin/maserati" comments on the nose, which is good I guess because if I wanted a ferrari nose its way easier to bold on a 355 style nose. Looks like everybody digs the color...hard to catch on camera though but it looks quite "chique"...the painter admitted today he first thought I was nuts choosing this color...but hey I am a customer.., and he says now it makes sense lol...anyway, you want pics eh?



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Still a lot of finishing to do like fitting moldings/sidewindows/grills/dew wipes etc and some more adjusting and lining up bodypanels...




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o wow..thats just awsome....nice nice nice job
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i think I have grown used to the tan primer.... Made me look into the whole world of autobody primers.. haha Still looks good, but it must be a huge change for you?
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i think I have grown used to the tan primer.... Made me look into the whole world of autobody primers.. haha Still looks good, but it must be a huge change for you?

lol...I have accepted the new situation pretty fast , now the neigbourhood has to deal with it too Since I got home this afternoon many people stopped by and asked obvious questions like "did you paint it?"...lol...so i didnt got much done.

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That is awesome! If you ever do make some of those bumpers for people to buy, I might buy one. Although I would like to take a shot at making my own. Who knows how that will turn out though.
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I love that front end. Great choice with the grill work using black in the center and silver under the lights. I've got to have that front end- imagine how much nicer it would look on a Notchie! Please let me know if you ever decide to sell it. I might have to go back through this thread and make it myself, I don't know how long I can wait...

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I just can't stop staring at it! I can't imagine anyone comming out with a more perfrect look for me to have on the front of my car. That with the Aus scoops I'm still putting on... the wheels are spinning!

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Fie the paint job looks fantastic ! The car really came out well.

Just one thought though, and maybe i am not the only one to notice, but now that you have that nice shiney paint job, the rims seem to be a little dull (in shade) in comparison.

Don't get me wrong I love the style, it just seems like they need to be polished up, chromed or something to bring them up to the brilliant level of the paint.

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...and the interior needs to be finished, and the taillights replaced, and the engine swapped, and putting me in your will, and...
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I like that nose. The gun metal paint looks nice!


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Very nice!
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Beautiful!
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WOW... that is amazing, simple amazing!
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thanks!

 
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Just one thought though, and maybe i am not the only one to notice, but now that you have that nice shiney paint job, the rims seem to be a little dull (in shade) in comparison.

Thats because they were pretty dirty I guess, cleaned they already look better...unless I find a sponsor for bigger wheels I will keep these for a while


Theres a lot of clean up and finishing to do but its fun and the weather is great (record breaking temperatures this "autumn" weekend!). Preparing Doug's quarterwindows with the supplied tape:

Hoodvent grill mounted:



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will change the taillights later this week..

...big boys and their toys ..new toy of a neighbour:

Since I am finally driving in style, I'll also start drinking in style cheers!

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Now you just need to hurry up with the engine swap lol. The 2.8 looks a little out of place in a car that sharp. Never knew mercedes built military style vehicles, thought it was kind of funny when i saw your neighbours new toy. Do you have any clue if you can get the Fiero Martini stuff in Canada?
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Never knew mercedes built military style vehicles, thought it was kind of funny when i saw your neighbours new toy.

Mercedes builds the G model, the "humvee" of many armies in Europe, Asia and Far East...

And the best 4x4 in the world, the Unimog:

 
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Do you have any clue if you can get the Fiero Martini stuff in Canada?

No, this is only available in Europe. I buy it in Belgium as it is not sold in Germany.

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Roderick, your Fiero is a beauty, I'm looking forward to seeing it soon, maybe next week! Stunning! I bet your happy!
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its an '67 Unimog with 10Kmiles. Used before by the german army and a dutch forest firebrigade....this will pull out any stuck Blazer or Jeep

I have to agree my pretty stock engine doesnt look funky...so I quickly photoswapped the L67 after swapping the bottle of Fiero...lol.. this could be a fancy bbq

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Where do you find it in belgium, I did not see it any of the stores when I was all over europe this summer?
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Found out my local supermarket (50 meters away!) has it also, so i got it for the occasion...I smell a beter business than selling bodyparts

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ok, ill take a bottle, and a front end please.
how much would that set me back?
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That will cost you an arm and a leg in the body part business. ok,ok, but really, how much for the front end? the fiero drink would be nice to. laters

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Nice Mog. A friend of mine as one he bought from the casino in S Lake Tahoe. Schmitt cab on it is a bit goofy. they used it to plow th lot with,Minimal miles. He did some mods to it, now he runs gear into the Rubicon for events, and helps clear the "road" ( the Rubicon trail is acualy labled a road by the USFS) after snow knocks some trees down to get it ready for the season of wheeling. It's a beast.
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Nice craftsmanship on your car too.

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Your car is very innovative, especially the front! Hats off to you man, that Fiero has been taken to the limit!

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lol...I have accepted the new situation pretty fast , now the neigbourhood has to deal with it too Since I got home this afternoon many people stopped by and asked obvious questions like "did you paint it?"...lol...so i didnt got much done.

thats hot - the color even reminds me of an A/M.. should get a lot of attention wherever you go

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Its back in service as a commuter car like pontiac intended So this is the only pic today...still needs stuff done though
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looks like you are still missing a mirror

but looks amazing

I want to combine that nose with a notchy sporting an imsa spoiler

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Since I am finally driving in style, I'll also start drinking in style cheers!

NOW we know what has taken so long to finish this project !

I must say it looks super! ( well except for the want-a-be 3800sc in that one pic)

The deck lid vents are a very good upgrade! ( though it makes me want to go shave)

the front end reminds me of the old "smooth mobile" he had the nose cut up similar to that. very modern


so............................NOW WHAT?????? ( oh yeah...the engine.....) how far along is that?

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Very Very Very nice . Did I say very nice car ?
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Did some work on the new taillights and wiriing this afternoon...started trimming excess material:

removed the studs and tapped to fit my longer ones:

the sockets need some dremel time to make the fiero connectors fit

this taillight is a bit different from the old one so I have to fit orange blinkers in the clear lenses:

Soldered all the wiring for the final setup and sealed it with shrink sleeves:
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I think they look and blend waaay better than the old ones

the orange blinkers:

The decklid still needs work done...later
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You did it right. That looks awesome. Keeping the ricer factor down is hard, but you seemed to pull it off rather well.
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Much better - I'm very impressed! Did you see my PM re. the parts swap?
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I'd buy a rear fascia too.

The car definatly looks badass.

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todays tooltip: use a dual action grill tensioner

I use it on both sides untill the sealant has cured....better not forget to take em off before driving..lol
Tried finding a location to do the Fiero emblem "mod"....


hmm..I really hate needing a license plate...theres another setup I will try tomorrow..
And theres still a lot of other small adjustments and detailing to do...yeehaa! more updates later..cheers

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