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RBS in-Limbo (extreme makeover) by Car-Lo
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Originally posted by Habanera Hal:

IMveryHO, keep the forward edge of the light pointed. The flat section just doesn't look right near the point of the front. Trailing edge looks good.

Thanks agaian, Car-Lo, for all the great pictures and updates.


Thanks Habanera for the feedback, the lights are to big and look wrong anyway, also the fenders are too round, I would like to see something more angled wedge like fenders (the hood is fine).

I don't like Mondays...

Today I roughed in fender scoop edge (scoop is to wide) had to continue through to door, I don't like that look (as shown in red area)
Also had to notch hood so door won't hit flipper hood when door is all way up (to goofy for RBS2)






Door open, you can see notch



Door open and all up,



Another view



Anyway I really don't like the design of the scoop edge continue to door, the notch looks goofy and fenders are too round, I'll have to redesign the fenders

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Just taking the edge off the door does not work for you?

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Originally posted by 85SEnochie:

Just taking the edge off the door does not work for you?



Well done thanks Terry

a bit more tweak...

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Hmmm,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,red "x"s again no pics.

If you don't like the Toyota lights, take a look at Mazda CX-9, they are slim and different enough that I don't think most people would recognize them.

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Could you straighten out the fenders if you used 370z ironman headlights?



They seem to be a lot flatter than the celica ones, and you could cover the L shape on the side to have a really unique look.

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Originally posted by Habanera Hal:

Hmmm,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,red "x"s again no pics.

If you don't like the Toyota lights, take a look at Mazda CX-9, they are slim and different enough that I don't think most people would recognize them.


Thanks again for the input, they might do better than Toyota's, I'll have to rethink everything now

 
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Could you straighten out the fenders if you used 370z ironman headlights?



They seem to be a lot flatter than the celica ones, and you could cover the L shape on the side to have a really unique look.



Thanks Formula that's the best so far, I'll have to look into it.

Just a heads up: I've taken on another project ( to pay for a possibly more headlights and material) so RBS2 is on pause for about 2-3 weeks

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Just a heads up: I've taken on another project ( to pay for a possibly more headlights and material) so RBS2 is on pause for about 2-3 weeks

NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!

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Originally posted by Habanera Hal:

Just a heads up: I've taken on another project ( to pay for a possibly more headlights and material) so RBS2 is on pause for about 2-3 weeks

NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!





Today Clynt came over and we had to clean the garage, so RBS2 was happy to get some fresh air













Nice clean garage...



Clynt started tweaking that GOOFY scoop edge



A bit of sanding



More tweaking

















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Well done thanks Terry

a bit more tweak...





I was thinking that corner needed to go away too I all most cut it away but was not sure what to do with the A-pillar but I see you figured that out

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I was thinking that corner needed to go away too I all most cut it away but was not sure what to do with the A-pillar but I see you figured that out



Thanks anyway Terry Clynt wanted to try and keep that goofy scoop edge, so we tweaked and made the same plane to follow through with a nice swopping edge line front to back as shown on red check marks

BEFORE:



AFTER: that looks a bit better, I'll wait and see how RBS2 feels about it (she's pretty fussy sometimes )




 
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Could you straighten out the fenders if you used 370z ironman headlights?



They seem to be a lot flatter than the celica ones, and you could cover the L shape on the side to have a really unique look.



Thanks again Formula I just checked out the lights too pricy for me, (so that's out) but they are the best looking out there


One more to the MIX, some lines I'll add to RBS2

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Money shot.



Car-lo you put us all to shame,...and we love it !

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Just coming right along now!!
I like the Toyoyta lights BTW. So much nicer then those old flip delete lights everyone has been using since the 90s.

You already have the light holes roughed out, it would take a ton of work to re-do them.....

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One more to the MIX, some lines I'll add to RBS2



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What car is this

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Well its official... you guys missed your calling.... GM should have hired yall a LONG time ago!

Car is looking superb... Stay at it!

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Originally posted by rodrieguz:
One more to the MIX, some lines I'll add to RBS2






What car is this

http://www.carbodydesign.co...ni-diamante-concept/


 
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Just coming right along now!!
I like the Toyoyta lights BTW. So much nicer then those old flip delete lights everyone has been using since the 90s.

You already have the light holes roughed out, it would take a ton of work to re-do them.....


Thanks satinta

 
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Well its official... you guys missed your calling.... GM should have hired yall a LONG time ago!

Car is looking superb... Stay at it!


Thanks GADJet, you are way to nice

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Maybe a little less goofy?

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Quite well resolved, actually. Nice work.

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I know it may not end up being orange but I'm partial to the color.

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Very nice Steven and colour too I can see RBS2 needs a kicked up rear spoiler now also all blacked out wheels

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Carlo...if you are considering orange, maybe AlsaCrop's copper may look slick:

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Thanks for the tip TXOPIE that chrome copper colour would be just awesome but this is a very low budget retirement project
As a pensioner I'll be doing all the painting


 
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Maybe a little less goofy?





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Thanks for the tip TXOPIE that chrome copper colour would be just awesome but this is a very low budget retirement project
As a pensioner I'll be doing all the painting


Well John that's pretty easy, you find someone else in the club that wants there car painted on the cheap, get them to buy all the supplies and gear. You just supply the sanding and shooting. Or if you would rather. Stu and Scott, (The guys that we got the foam for my nose from) have a paint booth in Coquitlam and routinely buy cheap cars, shoot on new paint and flip the cars. They have offered several times to shoot my V8. However I can never keep it on the road long enough / and have cash in my pocket long enough, to get it to them to shoot it. I am sure they would love to shoot your car and might even do it for the cost of materials plus case of beer and a test drive.

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I hope the interior is gonna be just as impressive as the exterior.

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Car-lo...have you considered one of Amida's G1 interiors...say black with orange stitching if you go with that color?

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That thing is looking FEROCIOUS!! LOL or is it FIEROCIOUS!! You will be driving around in one of the meanest looking cars ever to grace the road once it is done. We're simply not worthy LOL...Peace

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Car-lo...have you considered one of Amida's G1 interiors...say black with orange stitching if you go with that color?



As custom as this car is, I think it would be fitting to construct the interior instead of using a prefabricated kit.

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As custom as this car is, I think it would be fitting to construct the interior instead of using a prefabricated kit.


Bingo ! i doubt car-lo would go that route (the amida dash) as he is trying to do things on a budget and i will be the first to say he has done a pretty darned good job so far !

If he can construct that body, i am guessing he can whip up something easily as impressive on the inside.

Amida's work is better than factory IMO, but Car-lo has proven he is no slouch either !

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Any updates?

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We're going to move headlights down and out as shown in red and redo fenders





Cutting fenders off















Fender less for now

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John, we watched you sawzall your first chop top and it broke my heart, then right in front of my eyes, I saw you take a perfectly good fastback clip out of my storage and not only chop it in half but quarter it too, then toss it into the back of your car van, now in public you take a hood that many would dream of having, and take a sawzall to it.....

You had better watch out, you are going to lose the rights to your sawzall......

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CAR LO!!
THIS IS THE POLICE!!!
STEP AWAY FROM THE CAR...PUT DOWN THE SAWZALL AND COME OUT WITH YOUR HANDS UP!
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"Fiero Nip-Tuck" starring: Car-Lo & Clynt

Tune in for next weeks episode!



(no guts...no glory! )

Lookin good.

HAGO!

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The first step to recovery fiero madness is admitting denying you have a problem.

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Patrick has an 88 parts car in Abbotsford to be stripped, I got a hood and roof for RBS2





Carlo taking roof off for RBS2





Getting ready to load van up



Full van to take back to Vancouver, Patrick's place



Patrick ready to go home

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This build have killed many fieros......

Nurse, just bring me another one, please.

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What is the hood count up to, anyway???

Hide your hoods. Joe

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Amazing progress, amazing design, just absolutely amazing. I wish I had the time and skills to make half of what you done so far Car-Lo.

This has encouraged me to get back working on my projects. It has been a while... 86 Fiero GT (3.8 supercharged swap in the future) & 88 RX7 (swapping a 5.0 with a T-5).

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Today Clynt and I installed headlights in proper location and pointed in right direction











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