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Project "off the Rickst'er Scale" begins by Bozzie
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Now back to some ROCKERS With the parts made its time to make some supports. I started with 1x1" square tube. Cutting them to size and welding them up.



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This is the top part of the rockers in the same shape. I'll weld this to the car later.



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Fits right into the rocker Now to make the bottom support


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Here you see the bottom support welded up. This way ill attach the bottom and the top to make a solid mount. Don't want this thing flapping around !!





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Heres the support ready to weld up. I shimmed it up and made a nice tight gap to the door. Time to make it official



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Welded up and time to slide the thing on





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BOOM





Now to replicate this to the passenger side. As I said before the rocker will be 2 pieces bonded into 1 later after the alignment for proper placement.


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Roller her outside for a look. She's sagging just alittle in the rear, i'll crank the coilovers up about a half a inch later





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After a Long day the passenger side is done. As am I Next step is to work on the front of the rocker as it meets the fender. For now, she goes back in her spot.

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It's been awhile since I checked this thread and... OMG this build REALLY took off!

I don't really know what to say... totally speechless.

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The proportions look amazing on this car. Very nice Bozzie. Very, very nice.

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Drooling ! Just wow,..wow !!

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Boz any chance you bring this beauty down for Daytona in March ? What color ? Red ?

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Thanks for chiming in Blacktree She's got awhile to go but many changes to come ! ITALGT...... I really appreciate your comment. Many hrs were spent on paper and in my head trying to get the Proportions RIGHT..... and then changes to get them there on the car. Glad you noticed and are liking it..... Means ALOT ! Tony, ohhhh MAN... DAYTONA ?! Would LOVE to bring her down there, and get to meet YOU in person ! March is cutting it but we'll see. Definatly Carlisle and hoping to goto Detroit for the cruise there. As for the color ???? Well..... she'll sit in flat black primer for awhile as she cures and cracks and whatevers ...... but its either Lipstick RED or a deep BLUE like In the actual one I modeled her off of a few pages back. Time will tell. For now, back to the build !!!


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Off topic of this build but just picked up THIS puppy Going to play with her for awhile and see what I can make of it Widebody guys and standard GT's looking for a better solution msg me your interests !





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Working on the fenders AGAIN ! Now with the sills mockup up I can finialize the lower rear fender. 1st off is the top rear part of the fender where it meets the door. There is alittle more room here so i'll add some meet.




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Using some taped up cardboard I applied it to the inside to make a form for the glasswork. Its a lot longer then it will need to be so I don't make that much of a mess when I glass it, that way I can trim what I don't need.

2 layers of glass for now.


While this was drying I made a sheet of 3 layer. This will be cut later for the lower area.

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When dried I trimmed it out. Its pretty close now so I'll put a few layers ontop of the whole.




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Sanded and trimmed. Now for the bottom section

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That sheet I made up I cut and here getting it trimmed to fit.

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Trimmed up close for now. Still mocking it up.




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Now I have to get the upper fender to be secure and land in the same spot when I close the hood. This way I can make the lower section to match. So.......using the mount I welded on before I drilled a 1/4" hole in it to weld a pin in.




I ground the top rounded so it wont bind. Then welded it in. Then I bonded a piece of aluminum to the inside of the fender and drilled a hole for the pin to go into.


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Here the hood is closed and fender is on the pin, locking it in place.



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I then bonded the lower piece to the rocker where it needed to be. I'll make a mount for the top part of the lower section to be mounted to the support the pin is welded to later.

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The hood hinge as I made it I can actually lift the hood up and over and set it down on the floor, making the front VERY accessible. Time to remove those flip up headlights ive loved for SO many years




and GONE ! These will go into my next project
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Mocked up for now and outside for a look




I'm VERY happy to get to this point..... as with most points.... BUT with the nose mocked up and rockers, its time to move to the rear. But I cant do this until I get her lined up. This car has been cut in half , sectioned, stretched, chopped , and re'framed. Getting her straight is a big question mark, and super important with the drivability and fitment of the rear quarters and squareness of the body. Now i'll bring her in , take off most of the body parts and get her ready for a trip to the nearest performance alignment shop. Last alignment was at a tire shop, this time its at a race car shop. Stay TUNED !

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Great stuff, Boz. I wanna see how you keep the panels translucent so the lights shine through. That looks really cool.

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That's FUNNY Bob !!! ^^^^^^^^ I thought the SAME thing when I saw the light come thru Sometimes when im working on a panel i'll put a bright light behind it to really see it. If ONLY to not have to paint it and just put a light behind it .....Hmmmmmm.......

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Its just one of those nights where im just STARING at this thing........thinking.........before I get DIRTY with it





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Can't wait to see what you come up with !

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Sometimes it happens. Never thought it could to me but here's my "barn find" fiero. 1988 GT all optioned out / Saddle leather / premium sound / rear defrost / 5 speed / all power, wing and trunk lid are off. This baby has been sitting in a warehouse for the last 20 years. Just DIRTY from sitting. Interior dirty but as new.... amazingly 21000 miles !!!! Stay tuned for the cleaning





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Great barn find Bozzie, so that's what a Fiero looks like

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FUNNY Carlo ! Thanks...... and There actually not so bad looking

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Doing just a little spot here , couldn't help myself Its like opening up a xmas gift SLOWWWWWWLY !!


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Sometimes it happens. Never thought it could to me but here's my "barn find" fiero. 1988 GT all optioned out / Saddle leather / premium sound / rear defrost / 5 speed / all power, wing and trunk lid are off. This baby has been sitting in a warehouse for the last 20 years. Just DIRTY from sitting. Interior dirty but as new.... amazingly 21000 miles !!!! Stay tuned for the cleaning

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It reminds me of when I first got my dirty Fiero!

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Love the White Sudic !


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Well......I didn't have room to keep her inside for the winter at the shop so I brought her home. Spent some time cleaning her up. Its the 1st cleaning so it took ALOT of time but i'll clean her again later and get more detailed. For now she sits, later i'll put her on stands and detail the underside.





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Wow! That cleaned up really nice. Does it run as good as it looks? Great find Boz

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Bozzie, I sure hope you're ok. I haven't heard from you in a long while and there has been no update to your thread.

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Well......its defiantly been awhile here for sure on my posts. Winter time is a busy time of year for me with my job. BUT...... its time to jump back on the horse here Ive been working on my barnyard find a lot at the house. Davy, in regards to it running as good as it looks well....it doesn't As with this car only having 21k on it its still a 30yr old car. Seals are dried out, tank gas turned to junk, mice tearing thru her and just normal decay from the years. Ive pulled her interior out and started the cleaning. I'll post later on this. Ive also come across the Fi Er O over the roof scoups that im planning on tweeking them alittle to fit better and make available. Also still working on the 430 rear bumper. Never enough time ! Jordan !, yes buddy all is good. thank you ! I hope the same for YOU ! As I left Alchemy off in December she next needed a alignment. So I pulled her panels off and on the trailer she went. She's wide and barely fit ! Here we go on the trailer





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