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RBS in-Limbo (extreme makeover) by Car-Lo
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Really liking this project! You do great work.

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Originally posted by Heretic:

Really liking this project! You do great work.


Thanks Heretic, project tweaked again

Today's update changing RBS2 nose as shown parts marked in red .



We had to lower front cross bar another 1-1/2" and move hinges back 4" to have Lambo nose look ( short and lower hood )



Also lower rad with more angle to clear lower hood (Clynt is modifying rad brackets)



Starting to tweak hood



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Cut out template from card







Rough layout, more tweaking later



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I LOVE IT!!! Kinda look like mad max mixed in with a lil of speed racers mach 5! Two shows I will alwaays be up for watching!! Keep it up my canadian friends still lookin good.

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I LOVE IT!!! Kinda look like mad max mixed in with a lil of speed racers mach 5! Two shows I will alwaays be up for watching!! Keep it up my canadian friends still lookin good.


Thank you so much jaredmurray88, it's slowly evolving into all that mix the wiper bib looks better than last years

New wiper bib continues sloping down with same angle, makes overall windshield look longer





Playing around slapped parts on to visualize





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Today I finished top rad mount...







Taken jacks off and drop RBS2 to ground, rad is only 20" high very low front nose









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I said it before,......

Car-lo everytime we think you have gone off the deep end by cutting up some already seemingly fabulous work, you make us all look silly by crafting something even better !

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Nasty looking machine. True artistic exploration. Thanks for illustrating the pushing of the boundaries of the possible.

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I said it before,......

Car-lo everytime we think you have gone off the deep end by cutting up some already seemingly fabulous work, you make us all look silly by crafting something even better !



Thanks exoticse, just two old grumpy guys having fun

Today Patrick came over to fix his cracked rocker panel, after that we all played with RBS2.
She was happy to get out from garage and we turned her around facing out, so we can play with front end.






we notice wheel rubbing fix that later





Started to cut and fit lights











 
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Nasty looking machine. True artistic exploration. Thanks for illustrating the pushing of the boundaries of the possible.

Ken



Thanks Ken, looks like the front end will be similar to the Lambo Veneno

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Man this build always amazes me every time I open it back up. But honestly I think you need to rename the car to FRANKENSTEIN.

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Man this build always amazes me every time I open it back up. But honestly I think you need to rename the car to FRANKENSTEIN.


Thanks GADjet for the tip...Meet FRANK-EN-STEIN or FES1

Okay, here we go again I'm going for it the Veneno look



Rough mock up in card, one side only







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Good lord this will be such a badass car if you ever get it finished... That nose is amazing.

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Originally posted by Pete Matos:

Good lord this will be such a badass car if you ever get it finished... That nose is amazing.

Pete



Thanks Pete, all mix of Lambos slowly getting done

Cutting off old RBS2 hood and building up FES1 Veneno hood






Flipped mock up to other side before cutting new hood parts make sure it's the same







Patrick dropped by

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I can't believe I almost missed the giant frog head...so intensely looking at the work on your car...keep up the amazing work!

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I can't believe I almost missed the giant frog head...so intensely looking at the work on your car...keep up the amazing work!


That's funny TXOPIE almost missing the TOAD (not a frog) and thank you for the compliment

 
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Man this build always amazes me every time I open it back up. But honestly I think you need to rename the car to FRANKENSTEIN.


Thanks again GADjet, thinking it over should be a female name " The BRIDE of FRANKENSTIEN" she's beautiful with a scary edge




Not much done this weekend (family thing)...

A butchered hood in progress, hood back bone left for some strength until finished, then remove more material

Front view



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Patrick dropped by




 
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I can't believe I almost missed the giant frog head...so intensely looking at the work on your car...


 
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That's funny TXOPIE almost missing the TOAD (not a frog)


John, thanks for clarifying the toad/frog issue.

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He,he,he nobody noticed there's one TOAD in bucket on page 17

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Very rough photoshop done in popcorn anyway you get the rough idea



One more Lambo to add to the mix



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He,he,he nobody noticed there're one TOAD in bucket on page 17


 
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Car-lo what material is that you are using to mock up the decklid vents and the nose ??

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Car-lo what material is that you are using to mock up the decklid vents and the nose ??


It's called... DISPLAY CARD 6 PLY 30"X44" (at your local art store)

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Thanks Pete, all mix of Lambos slowly getting done

Cutting off old RBS2 hood and building up FES1 Veneno hood






Flipped mock up to other side before cutting new hood parts make sure it's the same







Patrick dropped by




Are those the last gen. Toyota Celica headlights?....Plus are you gonna stay with a round gas door or more angular to match the rest of the body contours?

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Are those the last gen. Toyota Celica headlights?....Plus are you gonna stay with a round gas door or more angular to match the rest of the body contours?


Yes Celica headlights, about the round gas door I was thinking about that and yes I'll have to do something there (one thing leads to another)

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I have never seen a car get as much attention as my Murci replica. I'll bet that if it was parked next to your finished car that yours would out draw mine by a long ways though. Do you have a tentative estimate of your finish time? I still have sad feelings that your original car is no more in spite of my full approval of what you are doing.

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Front view

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Is that supposed to look like the pontiac sysmbol on purpose or do I see pontiac in everything?

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by BOBBY D:

Is that supposed to look like the pontiac sysmbol on purpose or do I see pontiac in everything?



Not really, I was just copying the Veneno hood and accidentally had that Pontiac shape that's all.

 
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I have never seen a car get as much attention as my Murci replica. I'll bet that if it was parked next to your finished car that yours would out draw mine by a long ways though. Do you have a tentative estimate of your finish time? I still have sad feelings that your original car is no more in spite of my full approval of what you are doing.


Thanks dratts, you're way to kind to RBS2 if it does draw more attention it would be only because it looks somewhat of all the latest concept Lambos mix in blender
Don't be sad about the old RBS, she left me for someone better anyway much more fun with RBS2

Not much progress since last time, been busy with other things, just a few pics shot today









Thanks for asking dratts, here you go...

SCHEDULE: finish body work: end of June / finish interior: July / drive RBS2 in primer and get gremlins out: August .

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Epic, simply epic.

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Epic, simply epic.


Thank you so much Bridgetown,

This morning playing with "beyond thunderdome" see if I can pull in some design from Egoista before finishing hood.

This what it looks like playing with design, cutting card, rough mock ups and having fun



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SCHEDULE: finish body work: end of June / finish interior: July / drive RBS2 in primer and get gremlins out: August .


That’s an aggressive schedule! I look forward to seeing your progress, keep up the good work!

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On the one hand, the artistic side of me sceams "Holy cow this thing is wild, original, inspirational, and truely deserving of an Ingenuity Award (if such a thing existed)". Kudos for having the courage, patience, and vision to turn a Fiero into a truly one-of-a-kind beast!

On the other hand, the practical side of me hopes that the car won't be sidelined by your provincial Motor Vehicle Act for such things as a lack of bumpers, or your ability to get insurance coverage for it. Fingers crossed you've looked into these issues.

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.... the car won't be sidelined by your provincial Motor Vehicle Act for such things as a lack of bumpers, or your ability to get insurance coverage for it..


I know for a fact I couldnt do that mod here in KayBeck .... would get the car towed away ... QPP are intolerant on mod cars .... I have RAM air on my Widow got pulled over twice in one week .... shaved doors handles are illegal.... imagine the rest........grrrrr

love the looks there Carlo ... keep those pics comin !!!

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double post

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Do you have a tentative estimate of your finish time?

 
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SCHEDULE: finish body work: end of June / finish interior: July / drive RBS2 in primer and get gremlins out: August .


 
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That’s an aggressive schedule!


Ummm... anyone notice that John didn't mention anything about what year he might've been referring to?

I know that John really enjoys doing this kind of stuff, but seriously, it's too bad that John doesn't have two Fieros... one to tinker with, and one to drive. He could then alternate between the two as the need arises.

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Do you have a tentative estimate of your finish time?

 
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Originally posted by Car-Lo:

SCHEDULE: finish body work: end of June / finish interior: July / drive RBS2 in primer and get gremlins out: August .


 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Patrick:

Ummm... anyone notice that John didn't mention anything about what year he might've been referring to?







 
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On the one hand, the artistic side of me sceams "Holy cow this thing is wild, original, inspirational, and truely deserving of an Ingenuity Award (if such a thing existed)". Kudos for having the courage, patience, and vision to turn a Fiero into a truly one-of-a-kind beast!

On the other hand, the practical side of me hopes that the car won't be sidelined by your provincial Motor Vehicle Act for such things as a lack of bumpers, or your ability to get insurance coverage for it. Fingers crossed you've looked into these issues.



Thank you so much for the compliment Bloozberry and tip

No, haven't looked into these issues I may have to insurance it as a hot rod without all that stuff or design bumpers tucked in between hood and wing add mud flaps to cover the exposed 325

Even the headlights are too low at 18-3/4" from grade, RBS2 may not pass anything



I'll keep you posted about the issues I'll have to go through

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Hmm...set those up as your driving lights (40cm minimum, only 2 allowed and only when highbeam is on) and stick some popup headlights farther up for the inspection? you can remove or disable 'em after.

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double post



Danyel, you're just double trouble


 
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Hmm...set those up as your driving lights (40cm minimum, only 2 allowed and only when highbeam is on) and stick some popup headlights farther up for the inspection? you can remove or disable 'em after.


Thank you Stubby, Danyel and Bloozberry only Canadians made comments on safety


Today, just playing with fenders








JUST A HEADS UP...
I've taken on another project, RBS2 is on pause for two weeks ( that will pay for more goodies for her )

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I've taken on another project, RBS2 is on pause for two weeks ( that will pay for more goodies for her


Eight days down, six more to go... by then we expect an update... (whatcha' buyin'?)

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Way to go guys, things are looking impressive!

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Just checked in on your progress after about 2 months of forgetting about it. (cant believe I let this slip my mind) So pleasantly surprised when I checked back in. I'm speechless.........

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I love this thread.

Just thought I would try a little Photoshop...using your photo and merging with the lambo! and I tweaked a few hood lines in the 3rd and 4th photo.

Let me know your thoughts.









 
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Here is the photo I used!

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