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

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."

Lol I second this! Were is my sawzall

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Today (maestro) Clynt dropped in at RBS and finished welding up the wiper mount



I'll be doing something like the Ferrari concept hood only and adding wiper unit onto recessed panel (finished in matt carbon fiber)



Started cutting hood...





You'll be happy to know that the safety pins will be there



It started to rain a bit so we pushed RBS into the garage











I had to sand a wave out in pillar moulding

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You have to be one of the most creative and "go for it" guys on here. No hesitation to just cut up whatever if you have a new idea brewing. Can't wait to see what this ends up looking like!

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That is a wicked hood !

I think Car-lo is going to make us all look silly.

Why else would he cut up an awesome car unless he was going to make it better ?

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Originally posted by av8fiero:

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


I'm not sure how the other extended windshield group do it
RBS hood ends right at cowl wall (there is a 2" gap between hood and cowl wall)
hopefully it will let enough fresh air in through some holes there, if not we'll see what we can do there ?
I think Clynt will have somthing to add to this, I'll keep you posted

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Originally posted by doublec4:

You have to be one of the most creative and "go for it" guys on here. No hesitation to just cut up whatever if you have a new idea brewing. Can't wait to see what this ends up looking like!


Thank you, here are some (go for it guys) BLOOPER pics (killing a good hood)





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Thank you, here are some (go for it guys) BLOOPER pics (killing a good hood)




lol there will be sacrifices along the way.

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what headlights will you use?

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This is what I want to see not the same old thing on everybody's car. This build Rocks. Cant wait to see whats pulled off here.

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That is the most beep-ed-ee-Beep Fiero I have ever bee pen seen !
Good thing there are censers here
Shhhhhh! here comes the good part.

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just put a little rainex on that windshield. With that angle water will blow right off it. If not your not driving fast enough. No need for a windshield wiper,.

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This is cool two great extreme choppers being born at the same time and both out of guy’s garages.

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This is cool two great extreme choppers being born at the same time and both out of guy’s garages.


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Originally posted by 88White3.4GT:

what headlights will you use?


Info is on page 2 with pics !

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Playing with recessed panel size on hood, anyway it's screaming to be larger as shown on taped area or even larger ?
What do you think



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Sometimes less is more - go small to start and you can always expand it when you see how it looks in relation to the rest of the finished car. Just my 2 cents worth

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Playing with recessed panel size on hood, anyway it's screaming to be larger as shown on taped area or even larger ?
What do you think





And to think I thought I was completely chopping up my hood when I installed 2 small NSX scoops. I can't wait to see how this ends up.

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OK had some time to play What do you think John?

From this?


To this?


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Pretty good Terry and thank you for jump starting RBS, since that photo the recessed panel is about 4" longer and wider and wiper blade always sits vertical.
The Ferrari mirrors are my all time favorite, but I'll be going with angles and wedge Lambo shaped mirrors, also headlights.



Nose will be a combo mix of Sesto Elemento, the Aentabor and the Reventon, (hope I got that spelling right)

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Pretty good Terry and thank you for jump starting RBS, since that photo the recessed panel is about 4" longer and wider and wiper blade always sits vertical.
The Ferrari mirrors are my all time favorite, but I'll be going with angles and wedge Lambo shaped mirrors, also headlights.



Nose will be a combo mix of Sesto Elemento, the Aentabor and the Reventon, (hope I got that spelling right)



Well I'm not sure of what all you mean but hows this?

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That was quick, it's getting pretty close (the nose will be a bit different, I'll know when I get there) ?
Can you show it in glossy black ?
Thanks again Terry, great work

EDIT: the lambo nose looks a bit huge, maybe it's the (close up) low view ?

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Originally posted by Car-Lo:

That was quick, it's getting pretty close (the nose will be a bit different, I'll know when I get there) ?
Can you show it in glossy black ?
Thanks again Terry, great work

EDIT: the lambo nose looks a bit huge, maybe it's the (close up) low view ?



I may have went a little over board with the high lights but thought it would help to see the lines



And yes at that angle it makes it look a bit huge I probably made the angle a little to round from the mirror to the head lights but its close



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That is SICK!

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The very old RBS had it all...

Extended wing tips, 5" flared wing stands, w i d e hips and Boss Mustang scoop (that went to Captain Fiero for stock lid)



Then RBS had a Lip spoiler added on...



Then...Don't give me any LIP (rear will be 4" shorter and 3" lower, no flat bed look)



Just playing around...

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The very old RBS had it all...

Extended wing tips, 5" flared wing stands, w i d e hips and Boss Mustang scoop (that went to Captain Fiero for stock lid)



Then RBS had a Lip spoiler added on...



Then...Don't give me any LIP (rear will be 4" shorter and 3" lower, no flat bed look)



Just playing around...



I do like how you can now see all of the projector head lights with the new nose angle.

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Is the lip spoiler available? Could it be grafted onto a stock deck lid?

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Is the lip spoiler available? Could it be grafted onto a stock deck lid?


Sorry, it wasn't worth saving, been trashed ( was built from scratch, shaped with cut out illustration broad and covered with fibreglass)

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I do like how you can now see all of the projector head lights with the new nose angle.



Thanks and yes it's going to work out (lots of room there). I forgot to mention that the Mazda headlight buckets will be hacked up
and shaped to look similar to the Aventador.

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Thanks and yes it's going to work out (lots of room there). I forgot to mention that the Mazda headlight buckets will be hacked up
and shaped to look similar to the Aventador.


LOL! Hack it up you guys have done an amazing job thus far with all the hacking.

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Car-lo,
Props man, ya got balls as big as Church bells for chopping up that amazing car.......Luckily you have got Mad skills and taste to back it up too. I am sure you will make it all come together in a sweet unique Fiero that will blow minds wherever it goes. Peace

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Fantastic... I've been waiting for a thread like this to get me motivated. I'm looking forward to seing the progress. your skills and ingenuity are educational.

Just one thing... when you move the A pillars out to fit the width of the new screen does that alter the shape of the side windows?

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So where are you at Carl-lo? I know when you stop posting some stuff up for a few days you've done something amazing!

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He's probably buried under snow?

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Originally posted by pistonbroke:

Fantastic... I've been waiting for a thread like this to get me motivated. I'm looking forward to seing the progress. your skills and ingenuity are educational.

Just one thing... when you move the A pillars out to fit the width of the new screen does that alter the shape of the side windows?



Thank you so much !

About the A pillars...
The best question yet The answer is, I'm not sure Stay tuned

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So where are you at Carl-lo? I know when you stop posting some stuff up for a few days you've done something amazing!

-Chris


Thanks, but not really...

I have injured my shoulder a couple weeks ago with all the sanding, grinding, cutting maybe next week I should be healed enough to be back on the saddle again

While I'm healing...
a few pics of the old RBS (my buddy Blair shot)...and I thought I had it all back then





The assie scoops and wheels have been recycled to Clynt's chopper and nose to Captain Fiero.


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Playing with body parts...









The HACKER is back...





It's looking a bit Lambo-ish with a shorter more slanted front

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I like it, it's starting to look quite aggressive at the front. shortening the front end and using the taller windshield give it a much more "cab forward" stance.

I'm pretty confident that you are just going take some styling ideas and keep it Lambo "ish" and not go too replica.

Keep up the good work

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"Where's my sammich?"

I see where you're going, and I like it. Might need a reverse camera, though?

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Originally posted by pistonbroke:

I like it, it's starting to look quite aggressive at the front. shortening the front end and using the taller windshield give it a much more "cab forward" stance.

I'm pretty confident that you are just going take some styling ideas and keep it Lambo "ish" and not go too replica.

Keep up the good work


Thank you, no replica here (not that there's anything wrong with that) !
The front will be similar to the Gallardo, sides the Aventador and rear the Elemento

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"Where's my sammich?"

I see where you're going, and I like it. Might need a reverse camera, though?


That's a good one and yes I might need that camera, we'll see how things go ?

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