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RBS in-Limbo (extreme makeover) by Car-Lo
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Now thats a great looking front end .

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amazing what one can make with some talent and time

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Absolutely stunning!

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Report this Post11-17-2016 01:26 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Car-LoSend a Private Message to Car-LoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Thank you so much, wftb, DotTC and Nels88 ! I can't believe the front end is happening after only 10 times trying

Today I had time making more DUST sanding the high and lows, finding potholes and crevices that's one big front end.



Reprimed and resand for imperfections



Licence plate hides away under body wing







Still have to fabricate scoop to side fenders as shown in red, it's easier for me to do this separately rather than one piece foam shaping

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WOW! Getting a lot closer and looking AMAZING!

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I'm not sure if this has been said before, when this monster of a beautiful machine gets paint, what color will it's victims see?

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I'm not sure if this has been said before, when this monster of a beautiful machine gets paint, what color will it's victims see?


Yes many times, I'm really bad flip floppy with colour and design, let's see what colour you would pick ?

Little update: started side scoop on fender, early spring made some gel coat panels with proper curve to fit door.







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I love the design, that's really amazing what you've put together.

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Yes many times, I'm really bad flip floppy with colour and design, let's see what colour you would pick ?

Little update: started side scoop on fender, early spring made some gel coat panels with proper curve to fit door.



I think a sunburst orange would be a killer color on this car.. A dark color would look wonderful, like a black or dark blue but I think an orange would be epic.

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Report this Post11-22-2016 04:18 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Car-LoSend a Private Message to Car-LoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Today fibreglass backside of scoops to fenders and waiting to cure with heat lamps...





Almost sanded all primer away, lots of imperfection you see when in primer



Had to unbolt rocker panels, doing a bit of tweaking and finishing the back sides





 
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I think a sunburst orange would be a killer color on this car.. A dark color would look wonderful, like a black or dark blue but I think an orange would be epic.


Thanks for the help, I'll be driving with just black primer for a whilelets get Terry Ray to do some photo shop of your colours you suggested?

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I love the design, that's really amazing what you've put together.


Thank you so much InTheLead, today we got our first snow fall, but I still made progress with her
Welded front brackets to bolt on rocker panels (back brackets on long time ago)



That was fun...

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What's your plan for the cowl around the wiper arm?

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What's your plan for the cowl around the wiper arm?


Thanks for asking mr_corean , I copied the Lambo Veneno hood, so the cowl will be the same, but only have two ribs instead of three, the centre is the wiper on RBS2



 
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How do you finish the duraglass to avoid pinholes?


Okay a much better answer...

In the past tried glazing and icing, but they all seam to shrink on me and hard to sand, so now I'm using lightweight filler (Feather-Rite) and easy to sand

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Okay a much better answer...

In the past tried glazing and icing, but they all seam to shrink on me and hard to sand, so now I'm using lightweight filler (Feather-Rite) and easy to sand


Thanks!

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Hey Carlo

Are you planning on adding close out panels on the front fender to lower wing sections as below?
Or have I missed that bit of the puzzle ;-))

Great work - getting closer - and its great to see some of those hard lines popping and coming together now.

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Every time I get down on my project, and having to patiently wait for my wrist to heal to even think of touching it, this thread lifts my spirits. I am absolutely in love with this car. If I had half the ability to do something like thing I'd be so happy.

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...Or maybe flip them up to form a wing like on the Lambo above!

Andy


 
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Hey Carlo

Are you planning on adding close out panels on the front fender to lower wing sections as below?
Or have I missed that bit of the puzzle ;-))

Great work - getting closer - and its great to see some of those hard lines popping and coming together now.



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Two month bump - need an update fix!

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Car-Lo is busy trying to dig a tunnel from his front door to the garage.It may take a while. Vancouver is getting our snow this year and our snowmobilers are not happy about it.

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Car-Lo is busy trying to dig a tunnel from his front door to the garage.It may take a while. Vancouver is getting our snow this year and our snowmobilers are not happy about it.


You'll have to come up with a better cover story, since he has an attached garage with access from the house

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How about his garage is not long enough to comfortably work around the car with the garage door closed. I don't think he wants an avalanche of snow landing on his car when he opens the door.

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This was my car on Monday and John, lives about 30 mins west of me.

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How about his garage is not long enough to comfortably work around the car with the garage door closed. I don't think he wants an avalanche of snow landing on his car when he opens the door.



That's a winner! Judging by the pics, you guys have a few weeks of winter left! (It reached 80 degrees here in Virginia today)

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That's a winner! Judging by the pics, you guys have a few weeks of winter left! (It reached 80 degrees here in Virginia today)

Jim


We just started a warm trend, so the snow is melting off and we are expecting 2 - 3 inches of rainfall over the next 24hrs. Highs have been in the mid 40's and lows in the mid-lower 30's. So its not that cold, but with the dampness and any slight breeze it makes it really uncomfortable to work in. So for the most part, any "Hobby or FUN" projects get side lined until the weather is more enjoyable to work in. We had a few days where it hit 50F and people were outside playing in T-Shirts or just wind breakers, even I got a chance to go outside and work on my Fiero in the temporary garage.

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Long time since I was on the forum but wow. Love your build and the way you think out of the box with this Fiero.

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Long time since I was on the forum but wow. Love your build and the way you think out of the box with this Fiero.



Thanks, it's been a long time for me too, my old body can't work in the cold anymore.

I had to update RBS2 sketch, as always to many changes...



Today I installed the C7 headlights and C7 side markers...





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Spectacular!! Thanks for the pic fix

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WOW...really starting to come together!

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Installed rocker panels back on, front is roughed out and primed...













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That looks tremendous!

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That looks amazing Mr Car Lo. Can't wait to see it in person.

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Those headlights really set it off! Great job on getting the front end together!

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Those headlights really set it off! Great job on getting the front end together!


Thank you so much Neils, a little update...
Redesigned rocker panel scoops.

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If I could find an Emoji drooling...I would have posted.

Carlo...did you have a set of side mirrors in mind for this build?

Curious to see how that piece fits into your amazing puzzle

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If I could find an Emoji drooling...I would have posted.

Carlo...did you have a set of side mirrors in mind for this build?

Curious to see how that piece fits into your amazing puzzle


Thanks TXOPIE, the side mirrors will be future looking angled wedged shaped.

always sanding...



Removed headlight, tweaking fender edge, the line was a bit off and that's the first thing you see



the headlight weight is 6.8 lb each, make the overall clip hood heavy







Installed sail panels and scoops...

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That looks tremendous!


Thanks Steel, I can see daylight.

It's always fun to see the stock sail panel and one that's chopped...



Stock sail on RBS2





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OMG That's beautiful.

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Carlo, you just keep raising the bar with this car, I'm really digging how the front is coming out...

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Carlo, you just keep raising the bar with this car, I'm really digging how the front is coming out...

Joe


Carlo has set the bar so high that most of us can't even see it anymore....



Truly amazing work!!!

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Thanks for the HIGH commentspcgld, motoracer and Neils

A little update for today...
David Bergquist (CAPT FIERO) and Chris Zander installing rear bump steer with Wilwood 13" brakes (couple years back the front was done)
Now all four corners have Arrant Motorsports Suspension with Wilwood 13" brakes.











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