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RBS in-Limbo (extreme makeover) by Car-Lo
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Today: played with her it's exhausting work











Tomorrow I'll work on hangers and start on the tip box, not sure what design 1st or 2nd or something in-between

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Can't wait to see which direction you go with the tip...looking good as always!

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Can't wait to see which direction you go with the tip...looking good as always!


Thanks TXOPIE actually you should be picking one out it will end up in TEXAS

Today I was able to do the hangers, tacked on hanger brackets for now and will box them in for strength





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Thanks TXOPIE actually you should be picking one out it will end up in TEXAS

Today I was able to do the hangers, tacked on hanger brackets for now and will box them in for strength]


Rather leave it to the Artist's freedom of expression!


Maybe less likely, but only time will tell

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Today finished boxing in hanger brackets, don't have a bench working on floor



It's hanging



With wings on



Still playing with tip shape



The problem is looking at different views, the angles change on tip with wing angles so they don't fit



Maybe the 1st was the best

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Maybe less likely, but only time will tell


How can I change this sexy shape well maybe a little lip spoiler

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Normally I just come in here to make wise cracks and jokes, however............ This time I will offer some ideas.

If you cut back your pipe leading to your exhaust tip area, hit up the local speed shop / muffler place and look for some deal MONZA style tips. Same type that older Ferrari's had on them. That would take you from 2 pipes sticking out to 4, then orientate them into a semi V shape. Then box them into whatever pattern you want. The resonated sound from a Monza tip would give RBS a really exotic / aggressive tone to it. I just think twin tips with a total of 4 pipes matching the angle of the rear diffuser would look awesome.


Ok now for the smartass comment......

Before you even got into a parking stall someone joked how long before he mods that............ My guess is 90 days or less and you will have new wheels and a body kit. Then maybe a lowered suspension. LOL. Johnny ya know we love ya and are honoured to have you in our club.

Oh and if you are interested I may have a work bench for you. Its on 200lb castors. (total 800lb load) has 4 bins for tool storage and a 1" think wood top. Casters have brakes so once parked it won't roll around. Let me know if you are interested. You'll need to bring out the Super Van (your 5spd Astro van) to come get it though, as my trailer insurance expired and I am not sure if it will fit in a Blazer. Its not huge, but large enough that it would have fit your exhaust system.

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A little inspiration:

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Normally I just come in here to make wise cracks and jokes, however............ This time I will offer some ideas.

If you cut back your pipe leading to your exhaust tip area, hit up the local speed shop / muffler place and look for some deal MONZA style tips. Same type that older Ferrari's had on them. That would take you from 2 pipes sticking out to 4, then orientate them into a semi V shape. Then box them into whatever pattern you want. The resonated sound from a Monza tip would give RBS a really exotic / aggressive tone to it. I just think twin tips with a total of 4 pipes matching the angle of the rear diffuser would look awesome.


Ok now for the smartass comment......

Before you even got into a parking stall someone joked how long before he mods that............ My guess is 90 days or less and you will have new wheels and a body kit. Then maybe a lowered suspension. LOL. Johnny ya know we love ya and are honoured to have you in our club.

Oh and if you are interested I may have a work bench for you. Its on 200lb castors. (total 800lb load) has 4 bins for tool storage and a 1" think wood top. Casters have brakes so once parked it won't roll around. Let me know if you are interested. You'll need to bring out the Super Van (your 5spd Astro van) to come get it though, as my trailer insurance expired and I am not sure if it will fit in a Blazer. Its not huge, but large enough that it would have fit your exhaust system.



Thanks David, about the Monza tips that I don't like, too high pitch sound, I like the deeper raw sound, but that's my taste.

I was trying to make a little point about the bench, that some guys here have professional looking shops with hoists, do have true actual skills and I'm a true amateur working on my knees with cheap tools
That's okay, I don't need the bench, I'm getting to old for this anyway there's more to life than making DUST, I'll be away for a few days traveling .

About the HURST shifter , Rodney has them, I love the feel and goes well with old school lip spoiler.

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A little inspiration:


You're such a tease, I really don't like the Lambo doors, It's hard to go in and out and I'm fit I do like the spoiler

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You're such a tease, I really don't like the Lambo doors, It's hard to go in and out and I'm fit I do like the spoiler


I like the side air-vents and spoiler as well...lambo doors are a pain in many ways...so agreed there!

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You're such a tease, I really don't like the Lambo doors, It's hard to go in and out and I'm fit I do like the spoiler



Some good ideas here. I had several of Norm's bits on my Solstice...really changed the look for the better:

http://normsfiberglass.com/solstice.html

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I have to agree with the thought on Lambo doors.



RBS2 is a truly beautiful creation. I'm always looking forward to the next update.

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I have to agree with the thought on Lambo doors..


Ditto that!

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:
Some good ideas here. I had several of Norm's bits on my Solstice...really changed the look for the better:

http://normsfiberglass.com/solstice.html



Thanks for the tip Falcon Fiero now I know where to get the dual outlet panel, with that I want to add performance dual exhaust for looks and sound

A great trip with TOP DOWN, to Whistle,Lillooet, Cache Creek, Hope and back home on #1.













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I have to agree with the thought on Lambo doors.



RBS2 is a truly beautiful creation. I'm always looking forward to the next update.


Thanks Xyster yeah, that would be embarrassing
I still have a set for back up


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I decided to go with the 1st design and work around that



Started her rear end rough mock up using black foam core , easy to cut and light to tape panels together











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A fine looking backside

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A fine looking backside


Thanks TXOPIE, still tweaking visualizing



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Looking nice Car-Lo;

What tail lights are you looking at now as you will need to have some fairly angular ones with the angles you have in the back.

I saw a new Camaro the other day and they have a new set of tail lights that might be worthwhile looking at??

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Looking nice Car-Lo;

What tail lights are you looking at now as you will need to have some fairly angular ones with the angles you have in the back.

I saw a new Camaro the other day and they have a new set of tail lights that might be worthwhile looking at??

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Madcurl is using these on his current fiero redux project, if you want a looksee.
http://modifiedfieros.probo...ux-beginning?page=45

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Today went to Dr.Fiero...
The driver's door was pretty bad shape he changed all pins, bushings and machined new rollerbushing also burnt new custom chip

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Looking nice Car-Lo;

What tail lights are you looking at now as you will need to have some fairly angular ones with the angles you have in the back.

I saw a new Camaro the other day and they have a new set of tail lights that might be worthwhile looking at??

Cheers
Don


Thanks Don, yes I had my eye on the new Camaro also C7 taillights.

I quick rough photoshop (sizing might be off, but just to visualize) I switched from left to right to fit angles for now











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Looks cool. Did you try flipping them upside down and side to side?

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by 355Fiero:

Looking nice Car-Lo;

What tail lights are you looking at now as you will need to have some fairly angular ones with the angles you have in the back.

I saw a new Camaro the other day and they have a new set of tail lights that might be worthwhile looking at??

Cheers
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Madcurl is using these on his current fiero redux project, if you want a looksee.
http://modifiedfieros.probo...ux-beginning?page=45[/QUOTE]


Thanks exoticse, I can't seem to log in, I tried many times before, I think they don't want me there
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Looks cool. Did you try flipping them upside down and side to side?


Thanks countach711, not yet, I'll play with it tonight (yesterday was out cruising) this morning added lights upside down

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nice job, well it was worth a shot! ;-)

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Thanks again countach711 I think I'll go with that set up using the C7 tail lights (they are more available than the new Camaro)

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Thanks again countach711 I think I'll go with that set up using the C7 tail lights (they are more available than the new Camaro)



Hell Yeah!!! that's it right their LOVE IT!!!

had to play with it a little





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Hell Yeah!!! that's it right their LOVE IT!!!

had to play with it a little






Thanks Terry nice job on the rear end, I plan to have the exhaust tip in RED I love what you did on the hoods colour scheme you're making me think again

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absolutely amazing work beautiful progress over time and i can not wait to see more!

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Loving those rear tail lights!

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Hey Car-lo, this thing looks absolutely EVIL!!! Luke.. Come to the dark side.... hey, I used to do what you used to do (only a much smaller scale), bet you don't hear that too often?!! Only I have less talent than yourself, it was fun though.

here's a link to a few of my renderings, the last one is about the pinnacle of my evolution, after I took a class in it and had had some nice examples for inspiration!
http://www.gatesarchitecture.com/Portfolio.php

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Photo chop As requested Edited with some of the other ideas we talked about




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Thanks Terry for adding C7 headlights I just tweaked your photoshop a bit, top portion headlight same colour as body



At FIEROFEST I finally met the famous Mr.Photoshop "85SEnochie" (Terry)



My nephew Tony holding C7 headlight

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Thanks Terry for adding C7 headlights I just tweaked your photoshop a bit, top portion headlight same colour as body



At FIEROFEST I finally met the famous Mr.Photoshop "85SEnochie" (Terry)



My nephew Tony holding C7 headlight





Very cool!!! To have met you and thanks for sharing

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Hey Car-lo, this thing looks absolutely EVIL!!! Luke.. Come to the dark side.... hey, I used to do what you used to do (only a much smaller scale), bet you don't hear that too often?!! Only I have less talent than yourself, it was fun though.

here's a link to a few of my renderings, the last one is about the pinnacle of my evolution, after I took a class in it and had had some nice examples for inspiration!
http://www.gatesarchitecture.com/Portfolio.php



Thanks for sharing countach711, I thought I would be doing architectural renderings for a longer time, but
at my older age the deadlines was to much, had enough of it and retired to play.

Today started fibreglassing gel-coat panels for vertical diffuser...





Actual C7 headlights just siting on buckets, need to make new brackets for them

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Very cool that you got to meet Terry in person...I hope he knows that we all appreciate what he does for us here!

Also I am loving the progress and can't wait for the day to see her completed

Keep up that amazing work and thanks for sharing!

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What are those tail lights from?

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