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RBS in-Limbo (extreme makeover) by Car-Lo
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Thanks Tony, but it's all your fault


ssshhhh,..i was hoping they forgot,.....hehehe..

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Carson and Selena are loving this thread from Winnipeg.
Make sure Fred gets his hands dirty!

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Car-lo this is probably an over asked question but... can you tell me the wheels & tires front and back name model and size, offset and what spacer size you have ... thanks for your time .... cant wait to see the end result...

thread added to my favorites


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Danyel

Here is the info on his wheels:

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"There has been interest on the specs of the offset of the wheels and the size of the adapters.

The offset of the Axis wheels 20 X 10.5 inches is +35 and that was for a Nissan 350Z 5x114.3mm.

Adapter is 5x100 to 5x114.3 and the thickness I have ordered was 1.50"

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Here is a link to the original build thread, there is a lot of info :

http://www.westcoastfieros....p?TID=133&PN=1&TPN=1


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Danyel

Here is the info on his wheels:


Thanks Lincoln for helping out, just adding bit more info...

AXIS MATRIX

Front: 18X8 Michelin 245/35ZR Rear: 20X10-1/2 Michelin 325X25ZR

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Carson and Selena are loving this thread from Winnipeg.
Make sure Fred gets his hands dirty!


Great to hear from you two (do you still have the GT)?
Yep, Fred is always helping me out, with three (counting Clynt) senior citizens working on RBS, it's always a fun day.

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85LAMB and Car-lo thanks for the info guys much appreciated .... cant wait to see your car done WOWWW

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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





Dang when you get some skin on that super chop it is going to be looooooooooow I am so going to the Arlington show in 2012 hope that she is finished by that time!
The window looks great and if you have some ideas for the rear deck lid let me know I will give it ago.

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Widening roof...



Fiberglass roof panels together



All sanded



Adding pillar moulding and will continue down to fastback







Slapped on old RBS door skin just for fun, I'll be using a clean skin and lowering window line flow as planned

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Awesome build - can't wait to see the finished product! Any idea when you'll have it completed? (I know they're never really done - as there are always new mods to make)

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Body mods !

Now this is the really fun part.

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Next a layer of glass reinforced filler used to round off flat pillar moulding...



Bit more patching



Sanded nice and roundish



Pics of something to follow with

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Next a layer of glass reinforced filler used to round off flat pillar moulding...



Bit more patching



Sanded nice and roundish



Pics of something to follow with



Looks great! I like the lambo pix in the back ground to help motivate and inspire

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Wow.... !!!!

This is going to be very low....

Looking good, keep up the good work


PS check your PM when you get a chance

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Refreshing, Looking good.

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I'm speechless..........WOW! is all I can say!

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WOW! just WOW!, I finally took a look at your post. I didn't realize what it was all about. As a replica builder it's totally obvious to me that what you've done is way harder and of course more imaginative. I love it, but like a few other posters I wish that you would have started over with another car and preserved the first one. It looked great too. You are incredibly talented and ambitous.

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I think Car-lo has stated many times the reason he did not start over on another car is, it is a matter of budget.

Like many of us, he can't just crank out the cash for another engine swap, wheels, etc at the drop of a hat, so the best way to go is to work with what you got.

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didn't mean it as a criticism. Just a wish. I understand the economics. In fact I'm a tightwad who wants much more than I can afford. Isn't that typical fiero owner?

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I totally get it, but if he had sold the car I'm sure it would have covered his costs. Maybe not

Keep up the awesome work Carlo!

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I get that. Think of all the money spent on the swap just to get it to his level if satisfaction. I would have gave him 10k for the original car. I doubt he could have got to the basic platform needed to start over.

Thats my situation. Took lots of money to get where I am and lots more to finish the dream. I know, I hear it all the time why would you put that much money in a fiero.

My response is always, why would you drive a civic and not be able to find it in a parking lot.

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Finally roof and pillar moulding are roughed in, some close up shots...(the wiper is tacked on for location only)



















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i just read through all the pages, this is exciting, i will be putting this thread as a bookmark.

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Anxious to see it finished, but I'm fascinated with what you did the first time and seeing how you do your stuff. I'm now a big fan and regular reader.

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Can't wait to see the body come to life.

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The Mazda windshield frame design (like most or all cars today) have raised pillar moulding on each side of frame,
that follow through over roof and into fastback pillars, I had to do the same to get pillar moulding flowing into RBS roof .





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Looks good

Are the roof moldings removeable ?
or
did your glass them to the side of the roof ?

Looks like you decided to keep the sunroof

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Originally posted by 85LAMB:

Looks good

Are the roof moldings removeable ?
or
did your glass them to the side of the roof ?

Looks like you decided to keep the sunroof


Good question, not removeable (same with roof).
The old sunroof: At first when Clynt and I started talking about widening roof, it was not possible to us to make sunroof work again.
I always wanted to keep sunroof on, driving with Clynt's 3"chop I did not like it at all without one and I was chopping RBS to 4"
(for me it was too closed in feeling). I put the sunroof on and all the drip rails still lined up and at the end it worked out okay,
anyway RBS does not like the rain.

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It's coming along nicely. So, are you leaving it black, or are you going for some color this time?

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Originally posted by carnut122:

It's coming along nicely. So, are you leaving it black, or are you going for some color this time?


Thanks...
Yes, glossy black body with matt black carbon fiber insert (lambo) scoops, panels, lips and things

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Anxious to see it finished, but I'm fascinated with what you did the first time and seeing how you do your stuff. I'm now a big fan and regular reader.


Thank you and me to, that's the only way I know how to build my dream car (on budget) by swapping body parts with club members and tweaking them

Added NOTE: Thank you all for your nice comments and support

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snip... swapping body parts with club members ...snip


Oooohhh..... So THAT'S how you've been paying for this!

Just kidding of course! Keep up the awesome work!!!

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Fiero GT- 2 seater, mid engine, rear wheel drive, H.O. V6, manual rack and pinion steering, fully independent suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes, no ABS, no traction control, no speed limiter, available T-Tops. So, outdated econo-box or classic sports car? You decide.

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Thanks...
Yes, glossy black body with matt black carbon fiber insert (lambo) scoops, panels, lips and things


My Fiero is black. So is my motorcycle, my S-10, and my last Mustang. I was getting into a rut. So my Equinox is Gray and my 53 F100 is red. However, black is my favorite, I'm glad you're keeping it black!

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The Mazda windshield frame design (like most or all cars today) have raised pillar moulding on each side of frame,
that follow through over roof and into fastback pillars, I had to do the same to get pillar moulding flowing into RBS roof .









Good call the pillar lines look real good! and glad the sun roof worked out

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So when are you doing my car????

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So when are you doing my car????



Mr. Thomas, that's one scary avatar

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Mr. Thomas, that's one scary avatar


LOL, he gets that from time to time.

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After attempting to fabricate my own wiper mount, Clynt saved the day by doing it right, a nice looking design and strong









Next posting I'll show you my ( crappy) wiper mount, laughing is much welcomed

Okay, here it is my crappy wiper mount (don't try this, get a professional )

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Where will you be picking up air for interior ventilation now that the cowl vents are blocked by the windshield?

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Looking good. I like the front windshield, new modernized roof, singular wiper blade and it's compartment, and I truly love the aggressive rake. For the record I loved the original, but I will add is, "IF THE RBS DOESN'T LIVE-UP TO OUR EXPECTATIONS WE WILL POSITIVELY ABSOLUTELY, AND UNIFORMLY BAND EXOTICSE FROM EVER SUGGESTING ANYTHING TO ANYONE ANY MORE."

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