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SPY PICS!....first secrets of the GTR exposed! by Fie Ro
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Originally posted by Kohburn:

FieRo - do you have any friendst with notchies? i want to see how that nose would look on a nice notchback

I have no friends! It is not exactly a bold-on on the inside (apart from the outside where it lines up with all panels, mounting points and moldings), You need to remove (unbolting) the boxy iron bumper support and when you use the prelude lights you need to cut a notch in the front framemember for clearance. You could still go back to stock but this nose is so short it needs some parts (and weight!) removed to install. I'm afraid a notchie mockup wont happen soon....Try photoshop

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maybe i need a photochop then.. do you have a real good side shot that i can get someone to notchify?
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Snapped these for you before it gets dark here

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Coming along GREAT!! When are you gonna chop it..??

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sorry not my cup of tea, i like the stock areo one... it looks tooo much like a mr2
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I think it looks great so far...keep up the good work. I really like the nose esp.
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Originally posted by NotAFieroAnyLonger:

Coming along GREAT!! When are you gonna chop it..??

Uh...never. It already fits in the garage!
For all the work (that I will have to do myself, and I cant weld) I rather spend it on the interior and an engineswap. When it is complete and painted everything will make sense (I hope!).... I bet you say the same!

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Originally posted by Fie Ro:

that one is great, but think you could get one of the whole car in it?

i am trying to imagine this nose on a notchy witht he sloped tail lamps..

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sorry not my cup of tea, i like the stock areo one... it looks tooo much like a mr2

Hmm you're right about the nose



I guess it looks a bit like these too:



Oh well, I am glad it doesnt look like a wannabe ferrari nose

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Oh well, I am glad it doesnt look like a wannabe ferrari nose

man i should make one like that for the fiero that lines up with the hood contours..

good idea

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Originally posted by Kohburn:
that one is great, but think you could get one of the whole car in it?

LOL. It doesnt fit in that picture. I'll drive it a few meters forward so I can take a pic of the rear and combine it with the front picture in photoshop. hehe
I'll try to snap one tomorrow
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dont get me wrong, im not saying its bad or anything, i just dont prefer for the nose.... but your work is outstanding
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dont get me wrong, im not saying its bad or anything, i just dont prefer for the nose.... but your work is outstanding

No offence here, sorry I am just a bit sensitive when people compare it to existing designs when I try to stay away from those It know it could look better if I would start all over again but with some small corrections I think this one will look ok with the rest of the package...

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No offence here, sorry I am just a bit sensitive when people compare it to existing designs when I try to stay away from those It know it could look better if I would start all over again but with some small corrections I think this one will look ok with the rest of the package...

if you start over mail me your current design

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Some news on the triangle piece mockups:
Fiberglass resin would not eat the foam but appearantly my straight applied bondo did. Did some repairs but I decided to do it all over and change the design. Now it will be a one-piece cap that fits over the original triangle piece. No more cutting/fabbing/filling/sanding to mount it.
shaping the mockup back support:

cut two new pieces of foam

during shaping and testfitting:



more progress pics later...
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you are going to mold that into the door right???? i think it would be a lot cleaner if you molded it all around... i take it thats the plan
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you are going to mold that into the door right???? i think it would be a lot cleaner if you molded it all around... i take it thats the plan

It fits over the triangle so it stays on the body. Molding and smoothing would be nice but I really drive the car and I want every part to be easily removable if damage occurs.

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i c, i dont drive my fiero except when i want attention.... so if it gets hit, well i take it outa whoevers asss hit me
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Hmm you're right about the nose

I was thinking BMW M1

http://www.lambocars.com/framed/highres/bmwm1.htm

I love the look of your car BTW.

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You watch out, boy :-)

 
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You watch out, boy :-)

LOL, yours is the exception to the looooong nose bad ones, I shut up

Kohburn: finally got a pic with the whole fiero

rearbumper bonus


May be rice to some but the Fiero IS an import overhere and the Volkswagen GTI guys havent got a clue what it is!

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rearlights at night, some fuzzy pics...

In the meantime it looks I am getting closer to a new winter project
Collecting parts, measuring, 3D tryouts...hmmm..this is next on the list

never finished!

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this is some of the nicest custom work ive seen to a fiero. im very impressed, i wish i was as creative

justin

did i mention i want that front bumper?

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rearlights at night, some fuzzy pics...

In the meantime it looks I am getting closer to a new winter project
Collecting parts, measuring, 3D tryouts...hmmm..this is next on the list

never finished!


Did i miss somthing.... is that a model or your actual interior??????????????? MORE PICS
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Did i miss somthing.... is that a model or your actual interior??????????????? MORE PICS

It is a 3D model! Heres the thread about the tryouts: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/041371.html
Right now I am figuring out how to build it. I try to keep most of the stock mounting locations of the accessories. Likely the main dash section can even stay in place.


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Just wanted to post this photoshop that I did in another thread for Kohburn... Fie Ro look! Its your new notchback model :P

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CC4: Wow! That really looks good! Now I better swap the rearclip for a notchie clip
...Imagine some Bubbajoexx style camaro rearhatch on the yellow one...
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CC4: Wow! That really looks good! Now I better swap the rearclip for a notchie clip
...Imagine some Bubbajoexx style camaro rearhatch on the yellow one...

no rear window.. but man oh man i told you i want one of your bumpers.. now hurry up and make me one - heck cut it into 3 peices that i can splice back together if you have to but get me one!!!!

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That looks awesome, good idea!
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Time to trim and testfit the grill and an aluminium strip for the hoodvent:



They will be permanently mounted after painting...right now they will end up in a box with some other "after painting" goodies
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I don't know if I would like the aluminum strip on there, but the grill looks awesome. I also like the way you made the vent in general, it looks a little different from all of the other typical vents similar to yours. I can't waint to see this car finished. Mark
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so hows it coming??? be a little while... hope everything is going ok...
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this is one of the best looking cars i have ever seen! wish i new how to do that kind of stuff.
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this is one of the best looking cars i have ever seen! wish i new how to do that kind of stuff.

I wish I knew how too...

I love what you are doing!!

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I couldn't resist to start on the interior already...
Heres the interior buildup-up thread:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/046970.html#lastpost

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Well, most of the work goes to the interior right now but I am also looking at small corrections of the body everytime I see my fiero...!
This is my modded meecham style sidevent....too square right now IMO!:

Did some photoshopping and I think I will cut away some material to get something like this:

This looks like getting closer to the designs made by Ausfiero/Dietmar/Madcurl....so that must be right
I already planned some mesh in there but a CF insert could look cool there too!

Am I going to do something like this for real....hmmm I just drawed some lines on one of the scoops and looked at it from different angles....yeah...I am already convinced it will look good!!
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Took the pencil to the other side when I parked the fiero in the garage tonight...hmm...! I will drive with this next days untill I decide to make the final cut!

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Photoshopped a vent on the pic I took earlier tonight....

and a random pic for the diary...
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IMO, I like this one

Why? More aggressive looking. If the opening it viewed as "too small" people might question it's functonallity? You can always stick a oil cooler in there, right?

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Yeah thats right, and it fits better to the style of the rest of the car too! Never finished
I just need a day off from work to get it done.
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