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CHOPTOP CHRONICLES by madcurl
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Very nice... I am soooo undecided on what rims to get....


I'm very decided on mine. The only problem is that they're the wrong bolt pattern… time for a hub swap.

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Very nice... I am soooo undecided on what rims to get....

My choice was easy get the lightest ones I could get my paws on. Weight was my deciding factor.

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Ok here we go.

There is a new arrival on the choptop scene. The owner shall remain un-named for now, but here are the latest build pics.

First she or he was considering going with this look, without the windshield layed back,...(note the clip is just layed on for effect)







After further review the decision was made to make some modifications.



more to definatly come !



EEeeww
Thats strange looking... Almost gonna be UGLY...

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EEeeww
Thats strange looking... Almost gonna be UGLY...
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When I saw it you were the first person to pop into my mind honestly..

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I was going for a similar look before going back to a notchie

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86 SE ChopTop 4 Speed 3.4 "The Short Bus"

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by SMTHGT:


EEeeww
Thats strange looking... Almost gonna be UGLY...
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When I saw it you were the first person to pop into my mind honestly.. [/QUOTE]

Why would you think that..??

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#010 at Carlisle show 2010

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Ok here we go.

There is a new arrival on the choptop scene. The owner shall remain un-named for now, but here are the latest build pics.

First she or he was considering going with this look, without the windshield layed back,...(note the clip is just layed on for effect)







After further review the decision was made to make some modifications.



more to definatly come !


Waiting to see how this ends . I've thought that an angle chop would look good ! I guess we"ll see .
I'm also angle chopping mine , though its to make the GT40 kit flow better .

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Waiting to see how this ends . I've thought that an angle chop would look good ! I guess we"ll see .
I'm also angle chopping mine , though its to make the GT40 kit flow better .


A lot of the newer cars are angled front to back. I notice a trend in it. Nice to be different and not just a number I say.

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A lot of the newer cars are angled front to back. I notice a trend in it. Nice to be different and not just a number I say.


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Chop Top list with engines......

#003 was a Stock Fiero V-6
#005 was a SBC V-8
#006 was a SBC V-8
#008 YES it was a SBC V-8
#009 Was a SBC also
#018 YES it was a SBC V-8
#026 Tom Ludwig SBC V-8

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A lot of the newer cars are angled front to back. I notice a trend in it. Nice to be different and not just a number I say.


I agree it's always good to think out of the box, BTW how's the sale going on your #002 is it sold yet and if so do you still own any fieros. Are you going to build any more Fieros, or are you out of the fiero game

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I agree it's always good to think out of the box, BTW how's the sale going on your #002 is it sold yet and if so do you still own any fieros. Are you going to build any more Fieros, or are you out of the fiero game


The Silver Chop Fiero is not the second car I have chopped. I do not know why you are saying it is #002. I will say when you do not know what you are talking about and what you say is not the truth and has ill intentions. It is best not to say anything it just makes you look stupid to others.

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The Silver Chop Fiero is not the second car I have chopped. I do not know why you are saying it is #002. I will say when you do not know what you are talking about and what you say is not the truth and has ill intentions. It is best not to say anything it just makes you look stupid to others.


I'm sorry if I had the number wrong, what number is it? I didn't know a few questions would be taken as ill intentions as I'm sure you were not trying to be a smart ass with your post.
 
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A lot of the newer cars are angled front to back. I notice a trend in it. Nice to be different and not just a number I say.

BTW how's the sale going on your #? is it sold yet and if so do you still own any fieros. Are you going to build any more Fieros, or are you out of the fiero game

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I'm sorry if I had the number wrong, what number is it? I didn't know a few questions would be taken as ill intentions as I'm sure you were not trying to be a smart ass with your post. BTW how's the sale going on your #? is it sold yet and if so do you still own any fieros. Are you going to build any more Fieros, or are you out of the fiero game

I never have considered cars as numbers. I look at them more as art. I built my first chop top back in the early 80s it was a 1932 coupe. The sale of the silver car is not for me to say it is up to someone else at this time. The first Fiero I chopped was many years ago when others said it was impossible to have all glass windows in a Fiero chop top. I did it and proved them wrong and have had to put up with lies and misleading from a few of ya’ll here ever since. The second Fiero I chopped is up to the owner to say but is not the Silver Fiero it is an 88 coupe. Someone could chop 30 Fieros if they wanted to but that would not make them any better than someone just chopping one that has more skill. I'm sure there will be more built in the future. My daily driver is a Ford truck I chopped 4" and dropped 5". I still have the next ground breaker to come out. It will be a Fiero Chop with glass side windows from a production car. It will not be my car but someone else has donated their car to science so I will still do it when I get around to it. I also have someone that wants me to do a T-Top Fiero and that could happen also. I do not build spec cars and number them. I do something different each time that makes each car a one off. I will say out of all the cars and trucks I have chopped the Fiero is so easy to do even a cave man could do it.

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I never have considered cars as numbers. I look at them more as art. I built my first chop top back in the early 80s it was a 1932 coupe. The sale of the silver car is not for me to say it is up to someone else at this time. The first Fiero I chopped was many years ago when others said it was impossible to have all glass windows in a Fiero chop top. I did it and proved them wrong and have had to put up with lies and misleading from a few of ya’ll here ever since. The second Fiero I chopped is up to the owner to say but is not the Silver Fiero it is an 88 coupe. Someone could chop 30 Fieros if they wanted to but that would not make them any better than someone just chopping one that has more skill. I'm sure there will be more built in the future. My daily driver is a Ford truck I chopped 4" and dropped 5". I still have the next ground breaker to come out. It will be a Fiero Chop with glass side windows from a production car. It will not be my car but someone else has donated their car to science so I will still do it when I get around to it. I also have someone that wants me to do a T-Top Fiero and that could happen also. I do not build spec cars and number them. I do something different each time that makes each car a one off. I will say out of all the cars and trucks I have chopped the Fiero is so easy to do even a cave man could do it.


pop shots aside (from both sides) I always admired your silver ChopTop it reminded me of my favorite choptop #11. At no time did I question your skill as it is plain to see that you do have skills to do a chop, I just called you on the # remark as we all know what and who that was aimed at. From what I can see most of the # chop tops are different from each other and started out as one offs. Let's just leave the pop shots out and enjoy our cars.

NOW BACK TO THE:
CHOPTOP CHRONICLES

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#022 (truely a work of art) wins 1st Place at NYC car show and Troy squezzed off a few pics.

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Chop Top list with engines......


You didn't list #010. It used to be a SBC, but is now an LS3.

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You didn't list #010. It used to be a SBC, but is now an LS3.


Thanks. I was deleting old pms and I had asked V8Archie about #010's engine long time ago and others too, but I forgot to update it.

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#022 (truely a work of art) wins 1st Place at NYC car show and Troy squezzed off a few pics.






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Where is cornersonrails?

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Where is cornersonrails?


i saw him posting on the Tyler show thread about him going, so maybe his choptop will show up there ?

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Swwweeet NEW choptop video of Car-2-lo up in canada !!!!

His buddy does a little suspension work for him then takes it for a spirited test drive ! Man that car looks sweet flying down the road, and the sc

http://www.youtube.com/watc...t7Ls&feature=channel



Who owns the black chop-top in this video? I love the lines on it!

Never mind, I found it on page 23.

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Number 4 is now headed north !

Dean left with it and the engine and tranny this morning headed back home.



The Adventure continues !

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Exotice, What are you fixing to do to the car? I haven't really had time to follow all the build threads in a while.


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Exotice, What are you fixing to do to the car? I haven't really had time to follow all the build threads in a while.


Vinny


3800 SC and maybe a few other tewaks while I have it as well.

I will be bringing my Choptop to my shop next week so I can work on it after hrs. and maybe make some new progress on it.
the shop will be doing a choptop soon on another 88 as well, I will keep you posted on this one.
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#022-rackinup the trophies.

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#022 racked up another trophy this past weekend.

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Car-2-lo strikes again !

Reworked fastback pillars and sailpanels, plus added lip spoiler !







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The Stinger most recently at the Tyler Shipman Memorial Car Show and parade....


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Car-2-lo strikes again !

Reworked fastback pillars and sailpanels, plus added lip spoiler !




The car looks good.

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I was finaly able to get mine out of the garage and over to the shop for my open house and now I am working on it after hrs. to get it going again.
we pullde the motor the other day and today I picked up the temp. motor that wil be going in until I get the other one finished.
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Canadian Chop brothers unite !





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#022 racking up the trophies.







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thdrue test fitting a choptop.

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