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RBS in-Limbo (extreme makeover) by Car-Lo
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The 88 you guys cut up looked nicer than the one I drive. How many Fieros have been sacrificed in this build?

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The 88 you guys cut up looked nicer than the one I drive. How many Fieros have been sacrificed in this build?


Not enough or they would be done by now! LOL

But seriously the Fiero is not a rare car like some people would like to believe. I can buy rust free Fiero’s all day long in Texas for as little as $100 bucks for a parts car. My brother just picked up a rust free 87 SE for $250 that runs. If I had a dollar for every time I read a post or a craigslist ad with rare Fiero in it I could buy 10,000 Fiero’s.

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Not enough or they would be done by now! LOL

But seriously the Fiero is not a rare car like some people would like to believe. I can buy rust free Fiero’s all day long in Texas for as little as $100 bucks for a parts car. My brother just picked up a rust free 87 SE for $250 that runs. If I had a dollar for every time I read a post or a craigslist ad with rare Fiero in it I could buy 10,000 Fiero’s.


There's a lot less Fieros in Canada...

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





That is definitely a good idea. Awesome work!

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So the headlights will stay in place when the hood is tilted?

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Fantastic job

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There's a lot less Fieros in Canada...


Agreed. I know of 1 that I see on a bi-monthly basis in the area.

Great build BTW.

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So the headlights will stay in place when the hood is tilted?


No, they are still mounted on hood, extended light brackets as shown marked red



We are going to redesign rear scoops to match front hood using Caddy XTS third brake light







Cutting off old scoops







Clynt marking next cut



More cutting





Clynt making a rough mock up



Old scoops



We had a good day

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JUST AMAZING...can't wait to see her completed!

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Car-Lo;

Car is looking good. The wider headlights give it an even more aggressive stance if that was possible. I see your and Cliff's OCD is getting in the way of having a completed car just mike mine.....

I am looking at your headlight mounts and I keep thinking that you may want to revisit hard mounting the lights to the frame... I keep thinking you will get some shaking if they stay mounted to the front lid. The body will flex and shake as you drive so the lights may end up being unsteady. The other way if you keep the lights on the hood is to put some rubber stops on the frame so that when the lid closes, your lights will come up hard against the rubber stops to minimize the shake.

Keep up the great work and looking forward to seeing more progress. Hope the rain hasn't been hitting you as hard as it has been these past few days over in Victoria. 100 km/h winds and rain here over the weekend.

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Car-Lo;

Car is looking good. The wider headlights give it an even more aggressive stance if that was possible. I see your and Cliff's OCD is getting in the way of having a completed car just mike mine.....

I am looking at your headlight mounts and I keep thinking that you may want to revisit hard mounting the lights to the frame... I keep thinking you will get some shaking if they stay mounted to the front lid. The body will flex and shake as you drive so the lights may end up being unsteady. The other way if you keep the lights on the hood is to put some rubber stops on the frame so that when the lid closes, your lights will come up hard against the rubber stops to minimize the shake.

Keep up the great work and looking forward to seeing more progress. Hope the rain hasn't been hitting you as hard as it has been these past few days over in Victoria. 100 km/h winds and rain here over the weekend.

Cheers
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Thanks Don for the tips Clynt also wanted lights mounted on frame, but I think it would look cooler if lights flip up with hood


I'm working on flipper hood kit for Toyota...



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Looks great, Car-Lo. Too bad we don't have that Toyota-model in Sweden...

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I think the only way you will get the lights to work attached to the hood is to have them under slight tension when the hood closes. I.E. have a tab on the car frame that the lights rest on when the hood is closed. Make that resting point adjustable so when you close the hood the lights will get pressed firmly onto that tab with a bit of tension. By doing that, you will be able to keep the lights as part of the hood, but they will be vibration free when the hood is closed.

As opposed to them hanging in space off of the side of the hood and bouncing more than a street walker at Main and Hastings.


Car is looking awesome, am going to try to make it back to BC to catch at least one meeting before the year is over.

Ya know I had a hard enough time driving your chopper before you chopped it again. I don't think I'll even be able to sit in your car. Is yours lower than Clynts? Clynts was actually too low for me. I had to sit with my back slouched over and my head cocked sideways.

Regardless of that, your car is looking amazing/stunning.

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Not enough or they would be done by now! LOL

But seriously the Fiero is not a rare car like some people would like to believe. I can buy rust free Fiero’s all day long in Texas for as little as $100 bucks for a parts car. My brother just picked up a rust free 87 SE for $250 that runs. If I had a dollar for every time I read a post or a craigslist ad with rare Fiero in it I could buy 10,000 Fiero’s.


I wish I could find em like that out here in San Diego!

Maybe I should move to Texas. No smog, cheap cost of living and Fiero's. Lots of them all over the place.

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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?



Just catching up on REPLIES

Thanks for asking TXOPIE, no, although Amida's interior is the best in our Galaxy

I always wanted from day one to have the flavour of Sesto-Elemento type of interior with floating pod and shelve across I think it would go with RBS2 exterior



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Just catching up on REPLIES

Thanks for asking TXOPIE, no, although Amida's interior is the best in our Galaxy

I always wanted from day one to have the flavour of Sesto-Elemento type of interior with floating pod and shelve across I think it would go with RBS2 exterior









Dash from a Ducati Hypermotard 1100 would compliment the rest of the build.


Just my two cents....

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Originally posted by fierogtlt1:

Dash from a Ducati Hypermotard 1100 would compliment the rest of the build.


Just my two cents....


Thanks and very nice fierotlt1 I feel comfortable using the fiero pod cut down to size


Today Clynt and I played with rear scoops rough mock up...







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You can always try the Dash Pod from a Chevy Sonic.

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Those vent mockup on tge rear look busy back there. Too much maybe try eliminate the middle one. IMO of course. Whatever you do will be slick

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Originally posted by Car-Lo:

Packed my bags, tools and moved RBS (Ram-Bunk-Shush is her name) Build Thread down south here where it's warmer

The last few pics of RBS before being butchered up for an extreme makeover (on a budget) ...

Stay tuned for the tear down...




Obviously your "BUDGET" and time are irrelevant to this build. Either that or your "BUDGET" is deeply padded...

Car is looking great.... Keep the pics flowing! Also, I love the Caddy Light in the rear. Excellent addition.

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fourpoint9 (Steven) just sent me this photoshop this is looking much better

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Today Clynt and I played with rear scoops...




RBS2 is mutating faster than the sea-life around Fukushima.

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It's too bad you had to chop up the decklid on account of a light fixture. But them's the breaks, I guess.

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This car is awesome! But with everything so modified and exotic looking, are you going to change the two black decklid vents? They are starting to look pretty plain compared to the rest of the car. Sorry, if you already answered this! I can't wait to see how everything turns out!

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This car is awesome! But with everything so modified and exotic looking, are you going to change the two black decklid vents? They are starting to look pretty plain compared to the rest of the car. Sorry, if you already answered this! I can't wait to see how everything turns out!


 
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Those last shots are awesome Car-Lo!

One thing that sticks out as stock to me is the decklid vents though, any plans to tweak them at all?

Keep up the great work man!


 
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Thanks 1988holleyformula, but just thinking of blacking out some parts front to back,
this will tie in the stock vents, we have to leave some Fiero "DNA" (now I sound like curly)



Keep up the great work Car-Lo!

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RBS is flying high, she got wings...









Sunroof is in back seat now



What do you mean there's no headroom





Who's Lambo door kit did you use?

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Over a week since the last update?
This makes me a sad panda.

Keep up the awesome work!

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Bravo and inspirational. I sit every night trying to come up with mods I can do to mine eventually. I don't suppose you will ever drive this is the rain (on purpose anyway), but what could you do for water drainage.

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John, you really need to add something like this to your car.

Being OBD2 it would be nearly plug and play for you, except for extending the wiring to the cabin from the ECM. I love the "Fighter Jet" style huds on the market. We can get them for the Blazer and GTP, just not for my early motors. I think you would love the look of this would work really well with your "Attack" style body of the car and interior.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ADD...em19e38f8304&vxp=mtr


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Who's Lambo door kit did you use?


Thanks for asking cire36 I just checked their web-site and they are no longer around http://www.extremelambodoors.com/

Been very busy past two weeks will be playing again this week

BEFORE:



A few sketches: redesign deck lid and rocker panel scoops





RBS2 environment



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Dang John, that is Amazing. I have this for my 857, but it might be better suited to your car.

http://captfiero.com/videos/mycar/857scaner.wmv
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I have this for my 857, but it might be better suited to your car.

http://captfiero.com/videos/mycar/857scaner.wmv


Looks (and sounds) like a deleted scene from Forbidden Planet.

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RBS2 scary vid...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJSDEhdxmN8

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Cut off light tips and starting final mock up in card





RBS2 is evolving from MadMax to Batman as sketch above
Rear roof edge bat design as shown in red, pic below







HAPPY HALLOWEEN from Phatman & Oldboy...

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A few sketches: redesign deck lid and rocker panel scoops





RBS2 environment







Wow, very impressive! Who makes these sketches for you? They are awesome. Is it possible to have them sketch up my project?

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Car-lo does his own sketches,...he is very multi-talented !

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why not glass over the stock fiero hood vents .they wont be needed anyway and would look less busy .love the build and this thread .

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why not glass over the stock fiero hood vents .they wont be needed anyway and would look less busy .love the build and this thread .


I agree, the vents should go. Like this.

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I agree, the vents should go. Like this.




Thank you so much GBglide and wftb I'll see what she has to say about that also the scoops panel should be shown in black


I had a very busy week and only chance was to play with paper





Blown up sketch to size rocker panel





Actual size should be about 10% smaller, that will do for now...





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