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RBS in-Limbo (extreme makeover) by Car-Lo
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A Saws All, best Fiero tool ever made.

Keep up the good work.

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I do like that stubby nose, always thought that fiero's resembled a firebird a bit too much with the stock nose. What are you using for a windshield? Dodge caravan perhaps

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Originally posted by Letsbuildanexotic:

I do like that stubby nose, always thought that fiero's resembled a firebird a bit too much with the stock nose. What are you using for a windshield? Dodge caravan perhaps

Chris


The stubby nose goes well with the rear, I'll be doing something like that (no name lambo nose)

Went to the auto wrecker and here it is, 2010 Mazda 3







We laid the windshield on to see how it would fit...





That is still on the old RBS, the windshield will be laid back another 2"



The windshield is 2" wider at top, so the chop will be done different than the first, roof will be widen and lowered to fit windshield

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A Saws All, best Fiero tool ever made.

Keep up the good work.

Archie


Thank you very much Archie, I have no fear on using the Saws All

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The old RBS stripped down, with windshield laid on...



85SEnochie (Terry) photoshop showing 2" more chop....

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Cutting off lots of fat, it's pretty thick and heavy, looks like a slab of Halibut






Halibut...there's a dead give away you're from the west coast! On this side of the mountains I'm sure you would have referred to it as "steak".

Oh yeah, LOVE this thread! This is going to be great!

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Sorry for me jumping to conclusions but this is awsome! Are you going to retain pop-ups?

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Sorry for me jumping to conclusions but this is awsome! Are you going to retain pop-ups?

Chris


Anytime Chris !
I had the Mazda buckets with Mustang dual projector lights now for 2, 3 years maybe more, I forget
If I do use them , I'll tweak them by adding mean looking eyebrows OOPS eyelids !



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good to know I am not the only one that people yell at for hacking up a car that most would concider done.
great work as always
I see whaer you are going with it and I love it.

my own choptop wide body is going threw some chainges of its own as well. most of what was done has now been hacked off to make room for new mods.
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good to know I am not the only one that people yell at for hacking up a car that most would concider done.
great work as always
I see whaer you are going with it and I love it.

my own choptop wide body is going threw some chainges of its own as well. most of what was done has now been hacked off to make room for new mods.
D.


Oh the horror. Now the madness is spreading to my back yard. Step away from the saws-all before it's too late! Is nothing sacred?

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Subscribed !!!

I am really looking forward to updates and pictures

Keep up the good work

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good to know I am not the only one that people yell at for hacking up a car that most would concider done.
great work as always
I see whaer you are going with it and I love it.

my own choptop wide body is going threw some chainges of its own as well. most of what was done has now been hacked off to make room for new mods.
D.


Thanks Dean, looks like we're getting a bad reputation as hackers here

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Subscribed !!!

I am really looking forward to updates and pictures

Keep up the good work


Thanks Lincoln, here's your update...

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Before...



After...



The second chop the rear pillars stayed the same angle, roof was widen to match windshield

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Love the new mods - what are you planning for door windows?

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Love the new mods - what are you planning for door windows?

Jim


Thank you Jim, I'm using the same windows as first chop back in 2007, I had two sets made from a company that makes
boat windshields here in Vancouver made from cheap plastic, I'll cut them to fit.
Here is a pic of my brother installing plastic window way back in the first chop.

Thanks for asking
John

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Thanks Dean, looks like we're getting a bad reputation as hackers here

And to think, around here,I'm known as the "Mad Scientist".

Cheers Beers n Gearz. Joe

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Donor roof...
Clynt and I got it from Dawg's 87SE tear down party, we needed sections of roof to sleeve in chopped roof for some strength





Clynt tack welding with his weight on widen roof to get it sitting just right (that's how Canadians do it)



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And to think, around here,I'm known as the "Mad Scientist".

Cheers Beers n Gearz. Joe


Well Frankenstein your work is awesome

Johnny-B-Hacker

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I was so sad to see the sawzall touch this car. But I am sure it will be a wonderful masterpiece as its predecessor.

I think I have finally discovered his main goal here.

 
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Keep it to 5'7" and shorter only can drive it! lol

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I guess my plans to steal your car.. are now ruined. I'm way to huge to fit now.

Looking good~

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This is good!

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I guess my plans to steal your car.. are now ruined. I'm way to huge to fit now.

Looking good~


Thank you, I guess you'll need Jaws of Life to get into RBS (sorry about that)

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Windshield frame tack welded on, with windshield frame laid back more, the fit is nice and tight



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Ok, that doesn't look bad at all. The Photochop looked a little worse. this looks good. :-)

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What are you, 4'0" lol


it looks great, I can't wait to see more.
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I see this car pushing the custom Fiero choppers further in the future! "You can do that!", "Yeah, I saw I guy in Canada... wait, what are you doing with that sawzall?"

I'm starting to like and dislike this all at the same time. I like this because it is awesome, I don't like this because it is giving me ideas!

I forgot to ask about your plans for the dash, are you extending the Fiero dash, or are you doing a dash swap/custom dash. Also, how far does the windshield extend forward compared to the stock windshield?

Chris

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What are you, 4'0" lol


it looks great, I can't wait to see more.
D.


Thank you Dean , Pretty good guess I'm 5'-4'

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What is the maximum height you can be to sit in that car? Also, are you able to lower the seats at all to increase headroom?

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I see this car pushing the custom Fiero choppers further in the future! "You can do that!", "Yeah, I saw I guy in Canada... wait, what are you doing with that sawzall?"

I'm starting to like and dislike this all at the same time. I like this because it is awesome, I don't like this because it is giving me ideas!

I forgot to ask about your plans for the dash, are you extending the Fiero dash, or are you doing a dash swap/custom dash. Also, how far does the windshield extend forward compared to the stock windshield?

Chris



Good one Chris thank you.

I'll be making a combo of something similar to the Lambo Sesto Elemento type dash and a jet fighter dash (without guns)
Also making a similar type Lambo Sesto Elemento laid back seats (because of the low 4" chop) ...





I'll have to measure that extended shield, it's about 6" to 8" ?? (I'll get back to you on that)

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What is the maximum height you can be to sit in that car? Also, are you able to lower the seats at all to increase headroom?


I don't know the max, but it's fine for me, I'll be making custom seats that will be a lot lower than stock to fit a few more people

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Windshield frame tack welded on, with windshield frame laid back more, the fit is nice and tight





I'm starting to breath again.

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Those seats look familiar



One of my favorite kit cars of all time, still not seeing what it is, how 'bout an outside shot.



Wish they still made them in kit form.

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Why use the same car? You have so much respect over your work we all love your car i am just surprised and impressed your using same shell what a transformation just a bump and this could be one of the most watched thread of all times.

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I do like that stubby nose, always thought that fiero's resembled a firebird a bit too much with the stock nose. What are you using for a windshield? Dodge caravan perhaps

Chris


Or that 7" extended windshield offered in the mall, or that other Sebring extended windshield. With the shorter, lower hood it would look great.

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A few questions I'm curious about:

1) How did you figure out a Mazda windshield was the best choice? What was your methodology? What were "runner up" windshields?
2) Are you lowering the seat mounting brackets? How do you gain head clearance with such a chop?
2b) If you don't mind me asking? How tall are you, and is your height mostly in legs, or torso?

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Why use the same car? You have so much respect over your work we all love your car i am just surprised and impressed your using same shell what a transformation just a bump and this could be one of the most watched thread of all times.


I'm on a very cheap budget and I wasn't to happy with the direction the old RBS was going. I wanted something more exotic looking, I had the whole RBS package there to tweak and play with.

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I need a limited budget like that.

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Or that 7" extended windshield offered in the mall, or that other Sebring extended windshield. With the shorter, lower hood it would look great.


Is this the 7" extended windshield you're talking about...

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/055691.html

If it is I didn't even know about it at the time and it was built right in my own backyard here in Vancouver( Port Coquitlam) .
Don said it doesn't work to well with the choptop and it would be worse with a 4" chop

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Will the windshield interfere with the safety pins that fold the hood in case of a frontal accident?

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