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Project "off the Rickst'er Scale" begins by Bozzie
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Alot of nice cars here. great show

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Last pic as she is with Ms. Connecitcut I have put on about 1800 miles on her. She runs great , pulls hard to 150 easy....just run out of room. Now she is back in the shop again for some more mods this winter. Pics to come as i have already started the carnage !! Just so everyone knows i have extended my services here to work on other fieros. 3800 swaps, custom fiberglass work, tranny swaps, to basic upgrades / clutchs etc. Any questions please dont hesitate to ask or PM me.

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Bozzie you are a true artist! That car you made is at the top of the elite fieros on the globe.Do you have your paint scheme figured out? Im sure its going to be awesome

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Outstanding work Bozzie !

If you were closer my car would be at your shop like yesterday !!

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absolutely amazing transformation, you have been blessed by the fiberglass gods.

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Thanks Davy for your complements ! Im REALLY hoping to get some more mods done this winter and get the body straight enough for either Black or Porche Red......Still Dreaming

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Hey Tony ! I wish we were closer as well, for many reasons. We need some more widebodys up here in New England !! Would love to play with your car buddy !!

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Dan.....thanks for the complements ! Heres the next mod .................

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Back in the shop.....her home ! Ive been contemplating the next mod and have decided since the clutch is slipping that i have some time before next summer to do this.....a few pics

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Im taking as many pics as possible because i like the lines of her but with the next mod things are going to change abit so i can reference these pics.....might need some insight later in the build

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This is the most important pic. As the next mod is a 3" cradle stretch. Actucally 3.25" stretch. Going to cut the body back off at the inlet scoup and move it rearward. The C pillar will be extended to the rear as it is now..............

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Hoping to keep these lines. Move the Fuel inlet up to the Sailpanel area and install the liquid to air exchanger in the lower air scoup.....

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And so it begins. Cut along inside of lower air intake. This will be moved back the stretch....up the side and C Pillar.

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After removing a few bolts holding the sides and back on .....off she comes in one piece. Its good to have it off as later i will flip it over and clean up the inside and do some changes.

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Here are my 1/4" brackets with the centers at 3.25" apart. I will slide one end over the factory 88' shaft therefore keeping the cradle centered and moved back evenly.

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THeres a bunch of things to make room for as you slide the cradle back. I had already redrilled the struts rearward 3.25" using the strut plates as a template and using the rearmost stud as the front stud for the mount. Just about all the lines cleared the stretch. The rear brace between the struts needs to be trimmed for the low mount alternator to pop thru...using ZZP headers it just slipped right under as i already had the trunk removed. Here is the brackets welded into place at the level the cradle was before. Once I get everything into place i will drop the cradle and brace it and finish welding the extensions.

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Stretched...............

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Here you can see where i trimmed the brace between the Strut mounts.. I also cut the frame from there rearward as i will build a new frame extension later. I also flipped the turbo up and clocked it so i can get the inlet and outlet on the drivers side. I also welded in a reinforcement on the rear frame for the rear cradle mounting. This will be bolted in with 2 bolts per side one i know the cradle is straight side to side. Because of the stretch it put the tranny back into the lower frame rail. I had to make room origionally for the F40 but because the lower frame angles inward it needs to be notched as it is now touching the frame.

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I gotta get back in the garage...



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Ah yes......nothing says fun like a garage, a Fiero and a reciprocating saw.

I am currious about this cut. Is there a reason for it?

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Curiosity got the better of me Bozzie, but wouldn't it be safer if at that cut and the top you had boxed it in with square tubing instead of those 1/4 " piece of steel ,those will not hold the back end?.

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Making a mount for the heat exchanger

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Ok... That pic didn't post ... Trying to do this from my iPad ! Hey Bob... I totally get that statement and it gave me a smile as I feel the same after a hiatus ! Yarmouth ..... That hole is for the turbo piping to get to the intake .... Get some pics up soon

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Boog ... I appreciate your input . I think it's pretty strong as the 1/4 is way thicker than the metal it is welded to. I'm going to drop the cradle and reinforce everything once it's mocked up. I built a monster truck a while back and everything was so thick... Heavy and strong and way overkill. It would be so easy to just load this car up with unneeded weight and support and go overboard so I'm trying not to switch to that hat . Once it's done let me know what you think.

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WIth the stretch theres not room for the heat exchanger in the lover vent. Making a bracket

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I had to trim about 5" off the inlet to "bend" around the frame area. Mocking it up to be glassed here

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Alittle glass to hold it and the makeing of the "bottom" longer

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Moved the PCV catch to the passenger side....bracket

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Welded a plate to the old strut hole. Filled in the strut stud holes as well. Grinding to do later

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Put the rear clip back up for a check. Here it is pretty much lined up. Plenty of room for the heat exchanger on the drivers side and bigger oil cooler on the passenger side. The Fuel filler will be moved up to the C pillars later.

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Passenger strut filled and welded

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Time to fool with the front fenders a bit. The wheels stuck out just a pinch and i wanted to add alittle flare to the fender. With the car lowered another 1/2 " i have to move the lip up and out. I cut the upper lip out and tilted it out to give it a flare



Back to the sticks ..... i crazy glued it in so i can glass it

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You can see the little flare here



The Front edge is even with the wheel well....the back edged is 3/4 " up. This gives it a "forward" lift to the flare. Im going to glass the front half then cut the middle and move the edge back down flush with the rear

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Front half ready...




Skipping a few steps here...alittle dirty for pics ! Tape line is a 4" flare to the fender. Filling and sanding to the line.

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Ruffed out ....




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Finished glass'n n sanding the drivers inlet for now. When the rear comes back on i'll meld the too



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Passenger sides turn



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Very interesting Bozzie .

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Very interesting Bozzie .


Ummmm, yeah... X2!

Very interesting approach with the short frame stretch... I'm looking forward to seeing how much it affects the car's overall looks when it's completed. Just a little increase in the Fiero's wheelbase goes a long ways, aesthetically speaking. I think your body modifications are quite unique too... definitely diggin' it. Can't wait to see what else is up your sleeve... what a great build thread you have here!

Awesome work, keep on rollin'!

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Bozzie

You are doing some awesome stuff for sure! Great attention to detail. If you werent so far away my car would be sitting in your shop right now to be next in line!

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