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My Fiero came back from paint!! PICS!! by DeLorean00
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Want to come do my cradle bushings? I'm kind of scared of doing that myself....

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You do know that it would have been easier (and safer) to burn the bushings with the craddle removed from the car?

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wheres the pics of the interior with that nice shift knob.


LoL, no shift knob yet!! I have the one you sent me sitting on my end table waiting for the Indy project to begin.

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Want to come do my cradle bushings? I'm kind of scared of doing that myself....


Sure!! You want to pay my airfair?? I could always use another vacation.

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You do know that it would have been easier (and safer) to burn the bushings with the craddle removed from the car?


Sure if the cradle was already out of the car. But the added effort of removing the cradle is not worth it, although it is a lot safer.

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man that car looks like it should go to that house! its like the rockstar image that car in front of that house man thats crazy you are doing alright and you did a AWESOME job on that car!

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man that car looks like it should go to that house! its like the rockstar image that car in front of that house man thats crazy you are doing alright and you did a AWESOME job on that car!


Thank you!! Whats funny is my house is just like every other house on my street. Its actually considered a pretty average house here in California.

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hahaha I would pay for your airfare ... however I have a feeling you don't have much of an interest coming to Canada based on the pictures of where you live. We had our first snow fall here today where I live.

When I go through the process of changing my cradle bushings in the spring I might send you a pm for advice so I don't burn my car to the ground.

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hahaha I would pay for your airfare ... however I have a feeling you don't have much of an interest coming to Canada based on the pictures of where you live. We had our first snow fall here today where I live.

When I go through the process of changing my cradle bushings in the spring I might send you a pm for advice so I don't burn my car to the ground.


Sure send me a PM when your ready. I have learned a few tricks now that its done I wish I knew before I started. I guess I should have talked to Rodney.

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New big bore throttle body!! Installing this and porting the intake this weekend.



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We finished the Rodney Dickman solid cradle bushings, installed Rodney's under drive pulley setup. Then we removed the upper intake in order to port it out for the big bore throttle body we are installing. While we are in there we will be installing Rodney's stainless steel vacuum lines.


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Whats funny is my house is just like every other house on my street. Its actually considered a pretty average house here in California.



Your street must be in a pretty nice neighborhood then. I suspect your house is not "a pretty average house here in California".

Great job on the car.

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Actually his house is about what you would see around these parts. Btw chris the car had a digital dash so i couldn't get the mileage. It looks really clean and the harness is complete.

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Actually his house is about what you would see around these parts. Btw chris the car had a digital dash so i couldn't get the mileage. It looks really clean and the harness is complete.


Damn, I wish I had the extra time and money to go and pull it. Thanks for the heads up.

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Actually his house is about what you would see around these parts.



California is a big state.

 
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Whats funny is my house is just like every other house on my street. Its actually considered a pretty average house here in California.

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Extremely nice work DeLorean00! Good on you mate!

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In theory, if I could afford to buy an '88 GT T-Top car on ebay, I wouldn't make it a trailer queen. I would drive it as often as possible. But your car...my God that is a piece of art, a thing of beauty. It should be sealed in a bubble of sorts, so that people in the year 2100 can see what was possible with an under-engineered 1980s Pontiac

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In theory, if I could afford to buy an '88 GT T-Top car on ebay, I wouldn't make it a trailer queen. I would drive it as often as possible. But your car...my God that is a piece of art, a thing of beauty. It should be sealed in a bubble of sorts, so that people in the year 2100 can see what was possible with an under-engineered 1980s Pontiac


Thank you, for the big complement!! Boy do I ever love telling people its a 1986 Pontiac, you should see the looks on their faces.

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How is the intake coming along?

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How is the intake coming along?


Its not! LoL. Its in the same spot as the photo. I tend to be very busy during the week running my company. So all the projects have to wait until the weekend in order for me to work on them.

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Wow, beautiful car!

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Wow, beautiful car!


Thank you!

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Beautifull car It is my desk top pic I did tweak it just a little Dam I forgot the Mirrors, edit for mirrors

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Beautifull car It is my desk top pic I did tweak it just a little Dam I forgot the Mirrors, edit for mirrors





I am flattered its your desktop! Interesting headlights, it would have saved me a ton of time making the popups function correctly if I had did that.

I should be able to get some work on the car this weekend. I am hoping to have it on the ground again running so I can get some good outside shots of it.

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Update. We ported out the intake to match the new big bore throttle body. Installed the new low temp fan switch. Replaced the ignition module. I cleaned and painted the upper intake, then installed the Ferrari plate. Replaced all the vacuum line with Rodney Dickmans stainless steel lines. Reinstalled the upper intake with new gaskets. And installed the new throttle body.

Rodneys SS lines, a must have for Fiero owners.


Cleaned Ported and Painted.


Stainless Steel lines intalled.


Some of the porting work.


Intake set back on.


Friend Dustin helping.


Finished.


I just thought this was funny and fitting.

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your now on my i hate you list to!!!!!!!!!!! i like it keep up the good work

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Love the logos!

Why are there swirl marks in your new paint though?!?

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Love the logos!

Why are there swirl marks in your new paint though?!?


Thanks. Its funny there are no swirl marks in real life, but in some photos up close with the flash on they show up.

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Here is another photo. Ahh its good to be rich....... LoL J/K!! Pumpkincarriage might notice something about this photo that upsets me.

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Here is another photo. Ahh its good to be rich....... LoL J/K!! Pumpkincarriage might notice something about this photo that upsets me.

This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view.



Nice work!
And you even had time to wax your garage floor!

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Nice work!
And you even had time to wax your garage floor!


Thanks!! Actually the floor was wet because I was washing out all the burnt remnants of my cradle bushings.

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Bump! Just read your whole thread. Word by word. Excellent rebody. I admit, I am not a rebody fan. Not knocking them though. But yours is beautiful. What a piece of art. Post some recent pics please. I have seen her plastered all over this site. One of my favorites. I really like those lines. Good luck with her.

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I'm seein' a V8 in the future......LS7? Come on Chris, how 'bout it?

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Bump! Just read your whole thread. Word by word. Excellent rebody. I admit, I am not a rebody fan. Not knocking them though. But yours is beautiful. What a piece of art. Post some recent pics please. I have seen her plastered all over this site. One of my favorites. I really like those lines. Good luck with her.



Thanks!! I will post some photos soon. The interior from Amida is coming very soon. Nothing much has changed on it since the last update. But this thing should be moving again very soon.


Stay Tuned.

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I'm seein' a V8 in the future......LS7? Come on Chris, how 'bout it?

Paul


Ha, actually interior and brakes are next. Should start coming together very soon!

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Ha, actually interior and brakes are next. Should start coming together very soon!


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Thanks!! I will post some photos soon. The interior from Amida is coming very soon. Nothing much has changed on it since the last update. But this thing should be moving again very soon.


Stay Tuned.


I can't wait to see the interior on this car if Amida is making it....actually, I can't wait to see the whole car in person

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I can't wait to see the interior on this car if Amida is making it....actually, I can't wait to see the whole car in person


I guess you will have to drive that IMSA up here and check it out.

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That body, with Amida's interior....Damn! Kinda like marrying a really intelligent stripper. There may only be a few in the whole world.

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I had to pull the cars out so I could install some overhead lighting. I thought you all would enjoy some photos!




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