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RBS in-Limbo (extreme makeover) by Car-Lo
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Report this Post10-29-2012 01:34 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Car-LoSend a Private Message to Car-LoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Clynt dropped by and playing with brackets to hold lower fender in place, upper fender and hood to flip up all in one









Cutting out window opening on rear deck lid...



I always loved Skitimes window exposing the 3800SC, I had to have one too







RBS2 will never look as good as Skitimes's RBS2 3800 needs lots of polishing and cool paint job also no intercooling to raise the supercharger higher up



Cutting out rear extractor and third brake light panel















Good weekend

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The sheer number of custom parts on this car is simply staggering.

I hope you guys are keeping the patterns for each part in case of any kind of mishap.

Just might make it easier to reproduce or repair ?

You guys need to be on speed channel !

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Looking good! This thread messes up my mind every time I see it.

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After I am done with school I too am going to attempt something like this. This is a wonderful inspiration to us all!

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Looking good! This thread messes up my mind every time I see it.


me too!

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The sheer number of custom parts on this car is simply staggering.

I hope you guys are keeping the patterns for each part in case of any kind of mishap.

Just might make it easier to reproduce or repair ?

You guys need to be on speed channel !

Thanks exoticse, it doesn't cost anything to cut holes onto body parts
NO patterns, if mishap to RBS2 it's a good excuse to tweak it again


A little hacking...



Tweaking extractor panel, also cut out extractor opening on deck lid









Clynt roughing out mock up







Cut out card to cover window opening to visualize the over all look






 
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Looking good! This thread messes up my mind every time I see it.


Thank you camut122, I hope it's a good thing

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IMOP- When finished this will be the coolest Fiero recreation on the planet Earth......

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It will be so hard to decide my favorite tweak on this car once it's finished - that decklid is definitely one of the contenders!

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Thank you camut122, I hope it's a good thing





all I have to say is HELL YAH!

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This car has AMAZING lines. I am new to this site and I scrolled through all the pages looking at pics. Excuse me but I have to ask. Is this going to be a moldable kit when finished, or is this just a one off? I think if you were to mold it, people would buy it! I def would consider buying this as a kit.

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This car has AMAZING lines. I am new to this site and I scrolled through all the pages looking at pics. Excuse me but I have to ask. Is this going to be a moldable kit when finished, or is this just a one off? I think if you were to mold it, people would buy it! I def would consider buying this as a kit.


Nope. Car-Lo makes one-of-a-kind vehicles.

Speaking of, where's he at? Last update was in October!

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Thank you camut122, I hope it's a good thing



It couldn't possibly be better! It's easily the most creative and extensive redesign to date. I hope to see it in person some day.

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Not to much playing around lately...

Fiberglass tail end



Long time ago I pick up Avalanche 3rd brake lights from auto wreckers (might as well use one)



Cut out opening top side



Cut out opening underside to access brake light







Started mocking up 3rd wing, that will be moulded in and be part of body (two lower wings are separate from body)













Far right side is antique baby crib Clynt is fixing for client

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Coming along nicely! Thanks for the pic fix

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Oh sweet baby Jesus, I can't wait to see this thing finished.

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What are you thinking for tail lights? how about 2000 Honda CRV?



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What are you thinking for tail lights? how about 2000 Honda CRV?





Thanks Steven, best one so far and very close Honda tail lights go great with Honda headlights that I DITCHED

Clynt was looking on e-bay and found something more Mad Max looking tail lights with sharper angles and LEDs

A bit of playing today, but not to much...
3rd wing S.M.(thin wall) frame





Cut oversize shape of 3rd wing using 1" polyisocyanurate foam



Foam glued on S.M.frame (wing will be removable), tomorrow I'll be shaping wing

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Lookin' good Car-Lo. Weather outside is cold & wet again...no more outdoor bodyshop for a while. Your neighbors must be very understanding.

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Lookin' good Car-Lo. Weather outside is cold & wet again...no more outdoor bodyshop for a while. Your neighbors must be very understanding.


Thanks Amida, that's what we get living in the north west I'm slowing down neighbors are always coming over to chat

Clynt came over and welded nuts under frame (wing can be removable with bolts)
We trimmed wing to size, edge needs to be bevelled later on short afternoon.



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Clynt and I just got back from Blaine WA. U.S. (only 1/2 hour drive from Vancouver ) picked up goodies for RBS2.
Free shipping to "Hagen's of Blaine" also NO DUTY & TAX



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you gonna let us see what's in the boxes?

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That's a good one fourpoint9, I'm still smiling Christmas will be here soon

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING USA ...

It's getting cold and playing around with RBS2 is slowing down so here's a Flashback of the original RBS









http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1d4qfN8rcs

http://www.youtube.com/watc...ilpage&v=ulC1l9xt7Ls

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhgDgIHSFyk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doIZoSsvCRM

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Time to slow down? NOoooooooooooooooooo!

You have turned me into a RBS-2 junkie. I start getting all itchie if I go more than a few days without getting to see an update.

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A local club member suggested I check out this thread. So I clicked on it, started scrolling down to see what all the hubbub is about, and...

OH MY FREAKING GAWD!!!

John, this has to be the most radical build I've seen on this forum. It makes my car look like a weekend project in comparison. Keep up the great work!

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Time to slow down? NOoooooooooooooooooo!

You have turned me into a RBS-2 junkie. I start getting all itchie if I go more than a few days without getting to see an update.


I'll second that!

And don't use that excuse about the never ending rain from October through April. I'm sure there's fiberglass resin that you can apply under water.

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Has anybody claimed the rear bumper from old RBS? I may be interested if no one else has taken it yet.

Terry

A little photo chop that puts a smile on my face I enjoy your photo chops too


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Originally posted by Blacktree:

A local club member suggested I check out this thread. So I clicked on it, started scrolling down to see what all the hubbub is about, and...

OH MY FREAKING GAWD!!!

John, this has to be the most radical build I've seen on this forum. It makes my car look like a weekend project in comparison. Keep up the great work!


hehehe,...i am sure you are not alone,... there are still a lot of people on pennocks who have no idea this is all going on here.

When they find out they will have the same reaction as you or be even more surprised.

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I still have the opinion that RBS-2 should not have been cut up, you could have used RBS-2 as your daily driver and took the sawzall to a different Fiero. RBS-2 was an amazing ride and everyone loved it, even though it only had a 3800SC, I still loved it. I'll bet it cried a little tear when you took the first cut with the sawzall.

However I do understand rising from the ashes is something bigger and better.

P.S. the nose on my car got dinged a bit while on its trip down to the shop for the new motor, so come spring I'll need you to help me mix a batch of filler so I can fill in the chips and sand it over. Nothing deeper than the thickness of a toonie, but probably and inch long. I believe you left some of the mix here, what kinda of shelf life does that stuff have?

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I still have the opinion that RBS-2 should not have been cut up,


Capt
I really loved RBS-2 n was very surprised when he took the saw to it
but I have to say that what he is doing now is amazing !!!

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I still love(d) and missed the look of the old version. At least you'll have some interesting "before, before again, and after" pictures for you photo album.

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Hey guys!! loooong time no see. just hijacked the in laws computer for a bit lol good to see carlo and his henchman is still at work in the lab. Good to see the progress on others cars while mine is in drydock again for the winter and garageless. That is until the spring when hopefully the tax gods may shine on us for one last buying season until the day we can hit the streets again lol. Who knows maybe we will meet on a far off road when summer is here and the time is right for some racing in the streets.... eh?

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Originally posted by 85SEnochie:

Has anybody claimed the rear bumper from old RBS? I may be interested if no one else has taken it yet.

Terry

A little photo chop that puts a smile on my face I enjoy your photo chops too




It's snowing today looks like we'll have a white Christmas

Rear old RBS bumper and tail light panel is still available, it's a widebody fit at 69" wide (will have to be cut to fit stock)



 
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A local club member suggested I check out this thread. So I clicked on it, started scrolling down to see what all the hubbub is about, and...

OH MY FREAKING GAWD!!!

John, this has to be the most radical build I've seen on this forum. It makes my car look like a weekend project in comparison. Keep up the great work!


Thank you so much Blacktree, I'm very lucky to have a buddy like Clynt helping out with his skills, he's having too much fun than me and always pushing me to play with RBS2


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Bummer I forgot about the width I would have to put some hips on it oh well thanks for letting me know.

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Please PM me total with shipping ... just bumper part ... I already have blank tail light panel ... G6V-9T6..... I also have a purolator account if you have a good price for both items
let me know
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Please PM me total with shipping ... just bumper part ... I already have blank tail light panel ... G6V-9T6..... I also have a purolator account if you have a good price for both items
let me know
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Danyel, I'm very sorry I'll be swapping both parts locally here, it's a lot easier for me.

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Originally posted by Xyster:

Time to slow down? NOoooooooooooooooooo!

You have turned me into a RBS-2 junkie. I start getting all itchie if I go more than a few days without getting to see an update.


Thank you all for having fun watching two grumpy old men playing with RBS2
It's getting to cold and we're busy with family TO BE CONTINUED sometime in January


HAPPY HOLIDAYS...
from John, Clynt and Blazie



HAPPY NEW YEAR , see you all in January

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Love the picture, but you're blocking my view of the car!

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Although there is not one part the same, there is something about your build that makes me think of the new Aventador which I like a lot more than the limited production Reventon. Just another fan of your awe inspiring work!

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