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SPY PICS!....first secrets of the GTR exposed! by Fie Ro
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I"m glad we agree. I too have a hard time not "over-doing it." That might be why I'm doing (2) projects in hopes that what ever ideas that spring-up in my head won't be all on (1) car. But most of my ideas are not original, just copied from various people here or on olders cars of the past

I look a lot at other cars and some tuning magazines etc. searching for something that could look right on a fiero. there's a lot of wicked stuff already out there....however when you start working on it, it will become something new.

 
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One of the best comments that I usually get is "its a Fiero."

That's the difference! I want people to be curious about what it is, let them guess That's why I tried to mix different "exotic" styles together with the fiero. I could easily have put a 355 nose and tail on but that isn't challenging for me Lot of fiero's around here already have them. The only decal mine will get is some kind of custom logo on the nose.....I will make it unreadable

But I must say I have got a lot of respect for the original body....one day I might get myself a stock GT again......and
-lower it a bit
-new wheels
-oh well here we go

 
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What color you plan on painting it?

edit: gunmetal grey metallic. If it works like I planned.... I saw Black-azz 's pictures and it is close to what I want

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Yeah let the people keep on guessing.....they'll get it right. And my next project I'm leaving out the Pontiac in the back. So they will really have to guess then.
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Report this Post05-02-2004 11:21 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Fie RoClick Here to visit Fie Ro's HomePageClick Here to Email Fie RoSend a Private Message to Fie RoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I was fed up with sanding today so I decided to testfit the new rearbumper. It still needs sanding but I wanted to check whether it fits right...

Swapping bodypanels is like second nature nowadays...This took less than 10 minutes including swapping 4 new red lights in the altezza's

I had to trim a bit of the mounting area of the new bumper and I drilled the holes for the screws and sidemarkers...but it does fit!

It goes well with the rest of the car, it is way better than my first version. The tailpipes will be adjusted to fit perfectly "in" the bumper. They are clamped on now so I can correct them in any direction, when they fit right I will have the exhaust welded and remove the clamps.....

I might have to take the bumper off for a few days for finishing but it is the last major mod. At the outside

Now it only needs sanding and prepping for paint, cutting the mesh, polishing and clearcoating the mirrors, getting and mounting new dew wipes, getting some custom aluminium trim done, getting a custom logo and badge done, making removable sailpanels (!) and some other work that will pop up.....

nothing major..........duh

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Deffinately love the bumper. What colour are going with?
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I can't believe how much work and effort you put in. Props, and I do think you should make molds to sell

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What colour are going with?
-Greg

Gunmetal grey metallic...

 
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I can't believe how much work and effort you put in.

thanks, there's indeed soo much work/time involved...my friends already think I don't like them anymore...! But I guess they would like to cruise when it is painted.
I am already drawing some new dash ideas to have some fun while finishing the body....I guess I'm addicted...

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I really like your rear bumper. You should reproduce that but made slightly differently so people dont have to bond them together, similarly to what fierowarehouse did with there front air damn, it just slides over the stock "ground effect" piece covering it up but blending perfectly making it look almost stock.

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you should make and sell mold for that rear bumper chin spoiler....i'd buy one

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Anything new yet "Fie Ro"? Free Bump! Keep up the good work!

Also, if anyone knows of the thread where "Fie Ro" designed his center consol sub box, please PM me, thanks!

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Report this Post05-26-2004 02:12 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fie RoClick Here to visit Fie Ro's HomePageClick Here to Email Fie RoSend a Private Message to Fie RoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I havent had a lot of sparetime lately but most of it is spend now on sanding the car and prepping it for paint. Hopefully I get some more time next weeks.... About the subbox: there are a few pictures here:

http://members.lycos.nl/fierofiero/html/interior2.html

The site is seriously outdated but I am going to build a new site with the new info.......
Thanks for your interest

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Report this Post06-23-2004 01:00 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fie RoClick Here to visit Fie Ro's HomePageClick Here to Email Fie RoSend a Private Message to Fie RoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I just noticed I started this thread already 11 months ago....oh well!
I only hope it's gotten better over time
Got busy sanding and prepping the body for paint...(at this stage it was "urban camouflage")

shaving the antenna:

Many "little issues" are popping up:

This needs some fiberglassing.


This rocker molding was bent outside. Tried to fix it with a rivet but it pulled out.... I ended up using a screw with nut and modified washer. These things take a lot of your time.

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Report this Post06-23-2004 02:20 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fie RoClick Here to visit Fie Ro's HomePageClick Here to Email Fie RoSend a Private Message to Fie RoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Rearbumper slowly getting its final shape:

There could be hundreds of houres of sanding in this project already!Removable GT sailpanels and smoothed rockers:

matching/filling/sanding


sanding down to base fiberglass again, last chance to get shapes right...
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what can i say but wow,,,dam ur doing a gr8 job,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, oh by the way when u get that sweet ride done i have another sweet ride u can help me out with,,,lol
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hey Ducattiman, thanks! I havent forgotten your project F40 style hatch+BMW V12 will get you a dual decklid, upper hatch will be F40 style "seethrough" in the middle, and 6 stacked vents on both sides (=12!).
Modified stock decklid will have the curves leading to the hatch and a 12LED brakelight on the rear edge of the decklid. I jkust have to scan the drawings sometime soon....I hope I teased a bit
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oh by the way,,this weekend i am picking up a beater fiero for another project..i have been researching this lambo kit,,,but i really think some custom mods r in need..interested in helping out?
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I would really like to contribute ideas to a new project!....but you better get into fiberglassing too because I have lots of work to do on my fiero.

What model r U gettin?...what kind of style r u lookin for?

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What a job! You must have a very nice wife or be very lonely ;-)

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Hi Fie Ro!!

you really did a great great job on your car
when will it be painted?

Greetings from france to Pays Bas

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Woah man nice job!! I really the bumpers, look very clean!!!
I'm currently designing my own body (complete with new curve and door cut)..wider too
I'd like some tips 'bout molding and fiberglassing if you get 2 or 3 mins

Just PM me if interested in my upcoming project. :P

Bravo encore! Oops..You may not speak french lol

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what car was that nose from?

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Looks like a Nissan Skyline GT-R nose R34 to be exact.
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What a job! You must have a very nice wife or be very lonely ;-)

Hehe I am very lonely! When the fiero is ready I might have a better chance to pick up a nice wife!

 
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what car was that nose from?
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2004 Fiero GTR.

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Wow... just read through this thread for the first time since I posted earlier about the NACA ducts...

Good grief! That's turning out AWESOME!!

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some update pics:
I did some more smoothing of the sidevents into the rockers:

Put on the polished mirror on the passenger side:

I bought a set of M3 style mirrors but they would be too difficult to mount so I started polishing the originals I need to redo the driverside one and give it a clearcoat because they corrode if you dont that.

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I wanted to try out the mesh/strip-calk combination. Cut the mesh shape and tapped the edge around the vent, took them off and put them back with a line of the sticky stuff. Works great.

It is starting to get the looks!

However I damaged my windsplitter yesterday:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/043550.html
..but it is repairable.

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looks sweet. cant wait to see it all painted. that mess looks great.

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with V8 ? or V12 you're not driving anymore you are flying low
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when i first saw that front bumper you made...i was so so about it but it keeps growing on me and it is looking GREAT!

keep up the great work!

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Can you make this for me?
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the car looks great !! ...the method i use for attaching those grills is ....fiberglass a paperclip into the bumper with one end sticking out ...the you can just put the mesh grills on and fold the paperclip over ...it will hold it really well and if you need to remove the mesh for painting or whatever you just flip the paperclips up and slide it off ...

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Qoute from Fie.Ro

getting a custom logo and badge done,...

I am designing one-off custom badges and logos as we speak. PM me,
and lets see what we can come up with.

If the entire body is one of a kind, then the badges should be too.

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the car looks great !! ...the method i use for attaching those grills is ....fiberglass a paperclip into the bumper with one end sticking out ...the you can just put the mesh grills on and fold the paperclip over ...it will hold it really well and if you need to remove the mesh for painting or whatever you just flip the paperclips up and slide it off ...

Good idea but I recommend stainless steel wire so it wont rust away.

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Can you make this for me?


I would do it for ya if I had lots of unused time ...! In fact I have photoshopped some variations and yours is close to some of those! I also have a version that deletes the midsection and I call it the "bigmouth" version. But me thinks it is too agressive to match the Fiero's "friendly" appearance in this setup... For now I'll stick to the current nose or it will never get finished thanks for the time you put into the photoshopping.

 
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the car looks great !! ...the method i use for attaching those grills is ....fiberglass a paperclip into the bumper with one end sticking out ...the you can just put the mesh grills on and fold the paperclip over ...it will hold it really well and if you need to remove the mesh for painting or whatever you just flip the paperclips up and slide it off ...

 
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Good idea but I recommend stainless steel wire so it wont rust away.
Roy

I like ideas like that! ...find your own solutions and learn from others, its fun!

I have some update pics to compensate my blabla....:

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Apart from sanding and prepping for paint there are some other (faster) rewarding jobs to do. Like making the headlight doors mechanism look better than this...

I took this pic as a reference for reinstalling the rods. Here the rods are painted gunmetal grey metallic and the brackets painted red.

It is as red as it shows in the picture! This particular red paint is the same paint I used on my calipers and it holds up really great to almost anything so I use it more and more on other chassis parts... Headlight brackets reassembled:

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Nice touches! Lookin' good!
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Thanks. Well this is the mockup so there's lot of foam(board) in it, fiberglass, filler, wood and filler...Did I mention filler? I will take a mold from it and then the 1-piece product. Maybe I could make more

ready to make more yet? I'm dieing to see one on a notchy

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I would do it for ya if I had lots of unused time ...! In fact I have photoshopped some variations and yours is close to some of those! I also have a version that deletes the midsection and I call it the "bigmouth" version. But me thinks it is too agressive to match the Fiero's "friendly" appearance in this setup... For now I'll stick to the current nose or it will never get finished thanks for the time you put into the photoshopping.

Any chance you're interested in sharing some of that photoshop work with us?

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Any chance you're interested in sharing some of that photoshop work with us?

that'd be nice - but i'd rather he spend his spare time making me a nose

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Declared, most anticipated project of the year. Including next year.

Looks freaking awesome.

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