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1986 Fiero SE 3.4L pushrod build up by justinchristie
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All the components from the interior have been removed.

I also began transferring over the sound proof padding material from the original pieces.

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Painting, painting, and more painting.

It is really amazing how many pieces you have to paint when you are changing the colour of the interior.


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Originally posted by justinchristie:

Painting, painting, and more painting.

It is really amazing how many pieces you have to paint when you are changing the colour of the interior.



What kindof paint did you use for all these pieces? What kinda prep do they need?

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Originally posted by justinchristie:

I did a paint test with one of the mock-up pillar pieces I have.

So far the best solution for interior paint is:

- Wipe down the piece with paint thinner;
- Scuff with 3M abrasive pad (lightly);
- One thin coat of clear primer (duplicolor) specifically made for plastic paint adhesion;
- Paint 3 thin layers of flat black; and
- Paint 2 layers of semi-gloss clear coat (must be UV protection paint).

The above recipe seems to produce a solid paint job that is scratch resistant.





The paint process above (listed on page #4) produces the best results. It takes about a week to paint a piece, if you allow it to dry 24hrs in-between each coat. I've done this, ....and remained patient throughout the process, ...and it has produced EXCELLENT results. DO NOT RUSH IT!!!!

I used TREMCLAD brand paint - matte black, and satin clear-coat.

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Oh yeah, I already have that page bookmarked too. Lol my bad. Looking great man!
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When I received the interior pieces back, some of the holes I cut out were covered by the leatherette installation.

I used a marker to outline the cuts, a box-cutter knife to slice the leatherette, and super glue to adhere. Super glue works best because it sets fast (10 seconds) – no need to clamp the leatherette while gluing.


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I finished the upholstery on the headliner. The sunroof and overhead light outlets were covered by the headliner material from the upholstery shop.

Due to the gap between the headliner and the sunroof, I used foam tape to fill in the seam.



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The upholstery on the centre console/armrest is now complete.

The openings for the shifter and the window switches were created.


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The final coat of rubberized paint was applied to the floor pan (driver and passenger) before carpet installation.


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The original speaker grilles (both front and rear) were re-covered with speaker cloth.

I used 3M spray adhesive to attach the cloth.


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I re-used the original grille for the front window vent on the PISA dash. I cut off all the mounting tabs, sandblasted the old paint off, then I put on a fresh coat of black paint to match the rest of the interior.

An epoxy based adhesive was used to attach the grille to the dash.


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No more stalling.

Now it begins – the re-installation of the interior.



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The Fiero Store carpet I purchased way back in 2007 came with instructions that said it should be installed over the existing carpet.

I’m not a big fan of putting NEW over OLD. So in order to maintain the sound-proofing that the original carpet has, I decided to use rubber padding to go under the new carpet.

I bought a few rolls of this from Princess Auto for $2 a roll – quite cheap.





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I began the installation of the Fiero Store carpet I purchased over 4.5 years ago.

It’s over-sized, so I need to trim down the edges.

Exciting!





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Installation of the carpet is complete. I also installed the back firewall cover.





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Lookin good! I'm hoping to see this thing finished soon!
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Since the original tabs were broken on the speaker covers, I came up with a new way of attaching them to the interior “A” pillar piece.

Home Depot sells these nylon based nuts and bolts. With a black coat of paint, they fit right in.





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I have re-attached the Fiero seat brackets. They are ready to go back in the car after being out almost 3 years!!

I also sandblasted the seat bolts – they were a bit too “rusty” for the new interior.





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Big day. After 11 months of hard work, the dash is finally back in.

I still need to add the components – such as the extra gauges and the MP3 player.

But it is satisfying to see this interior come together.

FINALLY.



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I have been watching your thread since the begining. Are you going to have your car on the Road soon?

We should get a few Fieros together at Tim's for a coffee and to look over your car in the flesh. Hopefully before they get stored for the winter.
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Originally posted by Tinkrr:

I have been watching your thread since the begining. Are you going to have your car on the Road soon?

We should get a few Fieros together at Tim's for a coffee and to look over your car in the flesh. Hopefully before they get stored for the winter.


I've already taken it out for a few spins around the block, but I'm not sure if it will be ready b4 winter. I have to complete some small projects on it in the coming weeks, because I would really like to get it painted over the winter so that it's ready for spring. After that, for sure we could do a meet at a Timmie's - i'd definitely like to see some of the other Fiero around Durham. they are getting scarce around here
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I posted on the GT Fieros site to see if anyone else wants to get together to checkout your car and have a coffee
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The custom speaker covers turned out well....



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I installed the Rodney Dickman Euro “Ferrari” shifter to the 4-speed shifter assembly.





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After 2 years, the seats are back in the Fiero. I can actually sit in the car now.

In the pic I have a pair of old seat covers on them. I want to keep them protected for the remaining installations.

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Nice job on the interior Justin - it's motivating as it goes back together...

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Nice job on the interior Justin - it's motivating as it goes back together...



Thanks!

We were down in Niagara the first week of September. I completely forgot to PM you ahead of time and ask if you would have been around that week. I would have liked to have seen your stretchy-north-star in person.
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Been almost 2 years since I drove this car. Since the plate stickers are not valid (April 2006 was the expiry date) I just took it for a spin around the block.

I took some HD video as well.

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I need to install the interior door panels, …and finish installing the sound system, …but aside from those two elements, the interior is done.





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My new audio system arrived in the mail the other day. It is called the Secret Audio SST – “Stealth Sound Technology”.

In other words it is a radio system designed for vehicles without a standard radio/deck DIN size.




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Beautiful man, just awesome work
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Beautiful man, just awesome work


Thanks dude, it is a definite labour-of-love.
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The new SST radio comes with a flush mounting kit. This allows the controller to be mounted “properly” in the dash – rather than using the standard bracket.

In order to mount it in the Fiero, …like everything else in this interior, …fabrication needs to be done.

I used 16 gauge steel to create a mounting plate.





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I finished mating the SST harness to the Fiero radio harness.

I bought the Fiero radio harness off eBay for $5. It allows you to adapt any radio harness to the stock harness. It also allows quick disconnect/reconnect for servicing – all without cutting any wires.


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Damn you do awesome work!
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I finished the installation of the Fiero sub woofers, and powered up the SST radio for a test run.

I still have a wiring mess to hide, …but it sounded great!



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With the mounting plate finished and painted, the stereo system was completely installed.

The system sounds great great (4x50w) and the iPod integration works terrific.

Surprisingly this was an easy installation, and only took 3-4 hours (total time).



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With the Ferrari 355 nose, I lost the side marker lights. So in order to comply with Ontario law, I needed to re-install marker “signal” lights on the Fiero.

A few months back I saw a real Ferrari 360 Modena in Toronto, and the Modena had simple round marker lights – they looked good.

So I went with the same style, …simple-yet-functional. I used amber “bright” LED lights – they were purchased from eBay for $30 shipped.





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My outer dew wipes were cracking badly. I bought a set of NOS OEM dew wipes from a PFF member.

Looks 100 times better...


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I took this back in Feb. 2012 - driving it home from the storage unit (we moved in Feb, so i had to store it in a unit for 10 days)




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