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My Wife’s 88 T-Top Chop-Top LS4 Build by F355spider
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I'm no expert at designing body mods so this may be stupid so bare with me. The angle of the front bumper seems to almost match up with the A Pillar body panel next to the windshield. If you fill that vent area up or at least make it to where you can't see through it. Then make the angle match the one of the A Pillar as well as it's shape it might flow better. Like I said, I'm no body guy but just my thoughts. Hope they help.

Ben

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Where in the world did you fin such beautiful notchie tail lights!

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I'm no expert at designing body mods so this may be stupid so bare with me. The angle of the front bumper seems to almost match up with the A Pillar body panel next to the windshield. If you fill that vent area up or at least make it to where you can't see through it. Then make the angle match the one of the A Pillar as well as it's shape it might flow better. Like I said, I'm no body guy but just my thoughts. Hope they help.

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Looking like the vent will be filled in.

 
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Where in the world did you fin such beautiful notchie tail lights!


They came with the car.
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I'm still watching.

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Very interesting build....

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Not a lot to report. With work and trying to get a new place to live the build is at a crawl. I put the deck lid back on the car. When I move next month the car will have to go into storage for a while. We would entertain the thought of selling the car if someone would want to finish it.



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We would entertain the thought of selling the car if someone would want to finish it.



Wow... I am surprise that you are considering sellign it
I was hoping to see it done

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I vote you keep it and finish it

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I'm sure we will still have it but just saying it is on the back burner. If someone needed it more than we do we would sell it. If we keep it I will have to store it along with the Chopped Ranger (Up for sale also). The new house is in the city and I will not have the room I have here. The car could sit for years before we even look at it again.

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I'm sure we will still have it but just saying it is on the back burner. If someone needed it more than we do we would sell it. If we keep it I will have to store it along with the Chopped Ranger (Up for sale also). The new house is in the city and I will not have the room I have here. The car could sit for years before we even look at it again.


Oh thats just not right. A man with your talent needs plenty of room to play!

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Oh no! I've been looking in on your build and now you tell us it will be years before you get back on it. I'm a big admirer of your work.

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Thanks, guys. Just blame it on HOAs and city life. With all going well we should be there three or four years.

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Do you have a place to store it??

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Thanks, guys. Just blame it on HOAs and city life. With all going well we should be there three or four years.


that is why i despise HOAs and will never move into a neighborhood that has one.

so does this mean the LS4 is up for sale also?

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that is why i despise HOAs and will never move into a neighborhood that has one.

so does this mean the LS4 is up for sale also?


We hate them also. LS4 is not for sale unless car goes.

 
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Do you have a place to store it??

We still have the shop in South Texas to keep what we need to store.

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I don't have the skills to finish it, or the cash to purchase it from you but I wish I did. Whats the story with the chopped Ranger??

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I don't have the skills to finish it, or the cash to purchase it from you but I wish I did. Whats the story with the chopped Ranger??


Go back to page four, he was bored so he put this together.
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Not the whole story, obviously, but I really like his work. It's a cool truck.
I really hope to see the T-chop finished some day...

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Yeah, but in my opinion it needs a V8!! lol Sweet looking ranger, if I owned it I would put a 351W in it.

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Yeah, but in my opinion it needs a V8!! lol Sweet looking ranger, if I owned it I would put a 351W in it.



I did put the 8.8 posi in it last year. I was getting ready for the 302 six speed swap that was planned for it.

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I had a little time today so I made two more fender skins. I will mold them on to get me out to were I need to be. I will have to be in San Antonio this week but hope to have a little time to fit them next weekend. I will keep working on it as I can.





Gianina and I dug out some old molds from some GT side windows I made a few years ago. I'm thinking of making them and cutting to fit the notchie. If I mold them in I could have an emblem on each hole needed to put the bolts in for the rear clip. I have always done my own paint but Gianina and I got to thinking if we have the body close if we take the car to a body shop to paint it should be there a while and would buy some time from storage. We could do the same with the engine with the place in San Antonio building the harness they might let us take the car and they build it in the car. It would be a better fit that way also and might add some more time out of storrage also and keep the build going. Even with the HOA we should be able to do the interior in the garage.

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That sounds like a plan!! I really want to see you finish this car. If you ever need a hand I am more than willing to help you out still. Just need as much notice as possible lol

That would be a nice combo for that ranger. I might be able to find a buyer for it, whats your price or just open to offers?

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That sounds like a plan!! I really want to see you finish this car. If you ever need a hand I am more than willing to help you out still. Just need as much notice as possible lol

That would be a nice combo for that ranger. I might be able to find a buyer for it, whats your price or just open to offers?



Thanks, We will plan a work weekend soon. I have the Ranger for sale for 5K. It has been a daily driver for years so it has some scrathes and paint chips but still turns heads. It has cold AC and runs great. I always used Amsol or mobil 1. With the 4banger it gets around 30mpg. but lacks power. The V8 would light it up.
I will be in San Antonio for a few days if anyone wants to meet for dinner and Fiero chat.

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When will you be there, I will try to stop by.

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When will you be there, I will try to stop by.


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Would like to buy but I could not finnish it. Could the stock Fiero body parts just bolt back on it? You could keep the new wheels, body and the LS4 stuff.

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Did a little work on the car this weekend. Here are the new pictures.






















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As you can see the side vents were cut out and filled. I droped the bumper a little in front and she got a little wider. I will try to do a little more next weekend.

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Still looking good! The vents being filled looks a lot better IMHO.

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Still looking good! The vents being filled looks a lot better IMHO.


Thanks, we like it better. We will be closing on the house in the city soon so I hope I can get some more done this weekend.

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I started on the rockers last night and took a couple of pictures.

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Did a little work on the hood.






By using the foam for fill and glassing I'm not adding any extra weight. Body parts are still light. Keeping my fingers crossed Gianina promised to help work on it tomorrow.






A lot of sanding and filling.

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Looking good and glad to see your still progressing with it (hard when life gets in the way).
What body filler do you like to use? It's time for me to use a little filler on my parts and I'm going nuts
trying to decide which to use.
Anu how great work, very inspiring. Ray

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Looking good and glad to see your still progressing with it (hard when life gets in the way).
What body filler do you like to use? It's time for me to use a little filler on my parts and I'm going nuts
trying to decide which to use.
Anu how great work, very inspiring. Ray

I like the products pictured. We all have our favorite products. I have just had good luck with these. I have tried some more expensive products and not liked them and always go back to the pictured. One thing about major projects is keeping the spirit going. I have my good days as well as the bad we are all the same just trying to make it in life and we all get hit with curve balls.








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I like the products pictured. We all have our favorite products. I have just had good luck with these. I have tried some more expensive products and not liked them and always go back to the pictured. One thing about major projects is keeping the spirit going. I have my good days as well as the bad we are all the same just trying to make it in life and we all get hit with curve balls.








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Thanks for the input, I've heard great things about the feather fill G2. It's special order everywhere I call around here.
Do you find that a gallon goes a long way or not ? Ray

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Thanks for the input, I've heard great things about the feather fill G2. It's special order everywhere I call around here.
Do you find that a gallon goes a long way or not ? Ray


Yes, but I use only were I need it.

I did some work on the front and underside of the hood today. My helper bailed on me to do her hair.









She did make time to go with me to look at this







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Nice Mustang, did you take it home with you??

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Nice Mustang, did you take it home with you??


I wish but this one belongs to the owner of the Dealership. It will go to storage being the last of the Shelby indorsed cars.

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A couple more pictures on pulling in the fenders I only got started on one side.







Real ruff but gives an idea of how I am doing it.

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You have some really good looking lines on this design. I'm also watching your build carefully because you seem to be building it the way I work, which is rough and piecemeal, and then refining it later.

I've been struggling with how I'd make the hood look more vertical, since the Fiero hood is so flat and horizontal. Your front clip does this very well, especially with the 45 degree line off the front of the wheel well.

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You have some really good looking lines on this design. I'm also watching your build carefully because you seem to be building it the way I work, which is rough and piecemeal, and then refining it later.

I've been struggling with how I'd make the hood look more vertical, since the Fiero hood is so flat and horizontal. Your front clip does this very well, especially with the 45 degree line off the front of the wheel well.


Thanks, there are better ways but this was the best for me.

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