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My Fiero came back from paint!! PICS!! by DeLorean00
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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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Both cars look great. Where is the other car?...

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Both cars look great. Where is the other car?...


Thanks!! The DMC? Its in the attached garage on the right, just outside the photo.

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Ohh I see, it gets it's own garage to itself. Lucky thing.

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BEAUTIFU car, but what did you do to make up for all the suport cut out of the B pillars ?

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BEAUTIFU car, but what did you do to make up for all the suport cut out of the B pillars ?


Thanks!

Welded in steel supports. Its very rigid.

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Ohh I see, it gets it's own garage to itself. Lucky thing.


Yep, Here is it in its room.



In this photo you can see where its room is located.

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Didn't I count seven cars in your possesion at one time recently? If so, where do you keep the rest.....detatched garage?

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Didn't I count seven cars in your possesion at one time recently? If so, where do you keep the rest.....detatched garage?


Yes I did have seven cars but now I have six. I sold my 07 BMW.

At my house I have the following:
Mercedes SL500 (Garage)
Ferrari Kit (Garage)
DeLorean (Attached Garage)
Lexus GS400 (Driveway)

My Parents house:
Fiero GT Gold (Garage)
Fiero GT Red (Driveway Covered)

I hope this clears things up.

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Yes I did have seven cars but now I have six. I sold my 07 BMW.

At my house I have the following:
Mercedes SL500 (Garage)
Ferrari Kit (Garage)
DeLorean (Attached Garage)
Lexus GS400 (Driveway)

My Parents house:
Fiero GT Gold (Garage)
Fiero GT Red (Driveway Covered)

I hope this clears things up.


Well now, rub it in will ya. What does the other two Fiero's look like? I don't think I've ever seen them.

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Well now, rub it in will ya. What does the other two Fiero's look like? I don't think I've ever seen them.



Ok here they are.

My 86 GT



My 85 GT

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I'm not much on gold cars, but for some reason I like it. Maybe because its so clean. You'r 85' is in pretty dang good shape. Was it repainted?

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I'm not much on gold cars, but for some reason I like it. Maybe because its so clean. You'r 85' is in pretty dang good shape. Was it repainted?


Thank you! Yep the 85 was repainted, by me. Here is a link to the thread with the photos.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...HTML/090549.html#p24

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Needs bigger brakes and engine.

Go 3.4 DOHC, always thought those motors were a good choice for re-bodies.

http://media.putfile.com/DKOVs-engine

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I've always heard that the dohc 3.4 v6 gives the most authentic sound. As far as bigger brakes goes, I agree to a certain extent. My Murci came with 20" wheels spacers and Fiero rotors. Didn't look right and I'm switching the Held wide suspension with 13" rotors from my AD355 to the Murci. Since I'll not be racing the AD I don't think I need big brakes. I'm looking at fake rotors and caliper covers. I know, FAKE, but I'm not going to be racing into corners, accelerating and then doing it all over again and again. I think that Fiero brakes will be fine for my driving and I won't have the down side of added unsprung weight on my suspension.

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Needs bigger brakes



The brakes are coming!

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Over the last few days I have been working on installing the VDO gauges. At this point I almost have them all wired in and working.

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Chris, did you fall off the face of the earth?

You have a PM.

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*jaw-floor* that looks fantastic!

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I am getting some rest!! The next big phase of this build is about to begin!! Stay tuned!!

PS- When do I get the honor of this being moved to the Construction Zone?


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beautiful job, I just hope mine comes out as well as yours.

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beautiful job, I just hope mine comes out as well as yours.



You bought Glenns old car right? That car was one of main reasons I built this car. How do you like it?

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yes i did. i wasn't aware that he was a member here, or anyone here knew him at least. I only drove it one time around the block when it arrived. it's been in the garage since getting a L67 put in, along with a bunch of other loose ends tied up. He did a great job on it though, and gave me a great deal on it.

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yes i did. i wasn't aware that he was a member here, or anyone here knew him at least. I only drove it one time around the block when it arrived. it's been in the garage since getting a L67 put in, along with a bunch of other loose ends tied up. He did a great job on it though, and gave me a great deal on it.


Glenn is a great guy. I know him from another forum. When I was building this 355 and the 355 before it he always answered any questions I had. Also he had a good website with the build of your car.

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PS- When do I get the honor of this being moved to the Construction Zone?



See what happens when your asleep at the wheel!!!

The only helping hand you'll find,
is at the end of your wrist. Joe

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See what happens when your asleep at the wheel!!!

The only helping hand you'll find,
is at the end of your wrist. Joe


LoL, True!!

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i'd like to see it. if it's still up and you have a link, that would be great.

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Are we all ready for the next phase of this build?!?!?

Well today my interior from Amida is here!!! And man does his work look awesome!!! Everything was SOO well packaged. These parts look way better then OEM!!!

I have the whole interior here but I just unpacked the center console.

So here are some photos!!

Stay tuned!!






PS- Construction Zone Cliff?

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Are we all ready for the next phase of this build?!?!?



[This message has been edited by kyunderdawg (edited 06-02-2009).]

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I just unpacked the dash, and this thing is just BEAUTIFUL!!! The detail is amazing!!! The stitching is just perfect!!! And the dash is full functional with warning lights and working vents.






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Ahh man thats so nice!

I want one!

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that's really nice stuff. I need it too lol. what about door panels?

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Thanks Guys!!! I have the door panels and lots of other interior parts from Amida that I have yet to open.
Just the show the craftsmanship of Amida's interior,

This is the stitching on my $107,000 MSRP Mercedes Benz SL500 dash.



This is the stitching on the dash Amida made in his garage in Seattle.






His job makes the Mercedes look like crap!!

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going to say this once in your thread 'cause it hasn't been talked about in a while I WANT YOUR DMC!!!!!! actually any old delorean would do me good. i like those cars ALOT

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This car has cost a small fortune to build.


By the time you're done, do you think it'll come in under the cost of a good, used, F355?
Beautiful work. Simply beautiful - regardless the cost.

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By the time you're done, do you think it'll come in under the cost of a good, used, F355?
Beautiful work. Simply beautiful - regardless the cost.


Thanks!

Simple answer, no. You could buy a real 355 for the cost involved in this build. But I wanted to create this car and I am proud of what I have built regardless of the expense.

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going to say this once in your thread 'cause it hasn't been talked about in a while I WANT YOUR DMC!!!!!! actually any old delorean would do me good. i like those cars ALOT


Thanks, they are fun cars!

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Thanks, they are fun cars!


Yea, but also very expensive! You can get a Fiero front fender in mint condition for like $70. A Delorean front fender is $1000 last time I checked.

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I worked all day on the 355 and made some progress.



I trimmed down and reinstalled the automatic shifter and installed the Rodney Dickman Ferrari style shifter.



I unpacked the Amida door panels. Once again perfection!!



We cleaned and reworked the center console area.



I installed the Riceburner HVAC controls and man they are nice!!



Here is a video of the Riceburner HVAC controls.



And finally where we left off for the day, the console half way installed and looking good!


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Yea, but also very expensive! You can get a Fiero front fender in mint condition for like $70. A Delorean front fender is $1000 last time I checked.


Your are correct!!

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