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OPIE's Fiero GTX Build by TXOPIE
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GTR UPDATES: Finally making a serious dent into the dirt & grime:

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General UPDATES - Made custom aluminum key-chains for all my current drive-able Fieros:
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General UPDATES: OK having way to much fun designing custom Fiero stuff:


16" Metal Frame-less Wall Clock...can't wait! ...should be here in 10 days.


Also figured out an inexpensive way to cover the walls of the Fiero Cave...HD Printing on custom shower curtains:
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ReMera UPDATES: She has been sitting at the painter for the past 10 days or so because of the weather. She is suppose to be delivered tomorrow finally!

Here are some shots to hold over till tomorrow:




She needs to be washed...she has dust all over from sitting in the paint & fiberglass shop.

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ReMera G1 dash UPDATES: Foam application. Upholstery in progress.



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ReMera UPDATES: Think I might change up my steering wheel...inspired by another one I saw today on ebay:



or maybe this way:


It will marry a stock Fiero GT steering wheel hub and a Formula GT Mahogany Steering Wheel - Grant (704) and then wrapping the arms in the same ebony as my dash.

I also just found a guy who does custom wood shift knobs!

http://www.cgwoodcraft.com/vintage.html

Going to have him match the steering wheel color exactly and do a custom logo on top!

Here is one he did for a Miata:

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So, without the hub adapter the Grant 704 Wheel will work on a Fiero?

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So, without the hub adapter the Grant 704 Wheel will work on a Fiero?


Take a look at the two wheels and the holes.



Marring the two together is a easy now that I see the wheel not installed...since I have taken apart a few stock hubs and steering wheels.

Here is stock wheel disasbled:


3 of the 6 factory holes line up with Grant after-market...just need to thread the others.

This is what one looks like completed:


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Ok, so there are two wheels, the Grant 704 http://www.grantproducts.com/products/view/49/
and the Grant 714,(which I can't find on their website) as in the above pics and this thread: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/095231.html

What's the difference?

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Ok, so there are two wheels, the Grant 704 http://www.grantproducts.com/products/view/49/
and the Grant 714,(which I can't find on their website) as in the above pics and this thread: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/095231.html

What's the difference?


One is a Mahogany and the other is a red Mahogany

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One thing I dislike about my Fiero is my old , gooey wrinkly poor excuse for a steering wheel . This looks like something I will do to my car .Great tip , thanks Opie .

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I also had the thought for non tan interiors.

An individual could hand sand the wheel and then re-stain in black and then re-varnish...just an idea.

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ReMera UPDATE: She finally made it home!







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2013 GM Crystal Red Paint

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Now its time to do some serious detailing.

Have the the rear deck lid vents to mount still.
Carpet is here and ready for installation.
In the next seven days I should receive my G1 Dash and the door panels shortly behind.

All the audio equipment is in route as well:

  • JVC KW-NSX700 Andriod MirrorLink Deck




  • Infinity Kappa 52.11i 5 1/4 Front Speakers



  • Sound Ordnance B-8PTD Powered Sub-woofer



  • A set of rear Rodney D's speakers



2 sets of head rest 3.5 speakers from the FieroStore:


  • I already have an Alpine - PDX-5M - 5 Channel 600W RMS amp ready to utilize as well

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ReMera UPDATES:

Order new Trunk seal from Will.
Ordered New Side glass from Richard.
Scheduled to go to Safelite on Tuesday for new windshield.
Order 6 of these bolt LED lights:
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Instead of doing the 2 escort backup lights...I am going to do 3 bolt LEDs center on each side of the plate evenly spaced and centered from top to bottom and from license plate and each side edge.
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LOL...just realized I need to flip the amber lenses to the outside and the red ones to the inside...painter did a great job with the paint...so can't be upset over something so minor...will flip them tomorrow!

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ReMera UPDATES:

Order the following today:

  • 4 Felt Window Guides
  • 2 Door Window Stop
  • 2 Door Glass To Track Bushing
  • A full set of outer and inner dew wipes


Also the guys at www.EmlemArt.com want me to do a write up on my experience and post the finished photos of the badges on the ReMera on their Website

http://www.emblemart.com/


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ReMera UPDATES: Cleaning under the front hood and deck lid...all that shop dust is everywhere....going to take me a few days to detail.



Have the PISA replacement cowling...which we repainted to match the rest of the black on the car...to install after we replace the windshield this Saturday...4 pm appointment with Safelite to replace the windshield.

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General UPDATES: Custom Key Rings arrived:



Still need to put Barbie & Blue Dream's keys on their custom rings.

No more grabbing the wrong set

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ReMera UPDATES: Made some progress cleaning under the front hood...still more to go:

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ReMera UPDATES: Created a aluminum coated in black chrome power coated:

I will end up doing one of these for each of my Fieros

Also continuing all the detailing under the front hood:
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ReMera UPDATES: Still detailing:
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ReMera UPDATES:

G1 dash color: Hampton Ebony/Rave Tumeric













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WOW !!! That's looks awesome!

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I forget you built this remara to sell, for personal use, or as a demo car for your shop ?

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I forget you built this remara to sell, for personal use, or as a demo car for your shop ?


Exoticse,

This is for my personal collection and I currently have no partnership with any shop at this time.
I have two different shops that I deal with for my personal vehicles at this point.
One is a small shop here in TX and the other is ColorPro Fiberglass out of OK....excluding my personal shop (FieroCave)....where Stephen (MstangsBware) comes to assist with the engine swaps.

Speaking of that.....Mr. Poe...it is time to swap the 2.8 Turbo for the 3.4 Turbo
...hope you have your personal project wrapped up and you will be driving her to Spring Fling next weekend!

Mike from ColorPro is the only one that will be doing any of my body work or paint from here on out.
I think the ReMera speaks for the quality of work that Mike does.

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ReMera UPDATES: Backup lights installed.


Each CREE LED produces approximately 500 lumens of light output at 6 watts each = a combined 3000 lumens of backup light...I think that is more than the escort backup light would have done.

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TXOPIE, I sent you a pm and an email a while ago, did you get them?

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TXOPIE, I sent you a pm and an email a while ago, did you get them?



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ReMera UPDATES: Removed the inside door panel toppers for MERA/308/ReMera/328 concepts:

Tubed up and ready to drop off at the Post Office tomorrow morning to ship to Rob Amida to add to the top of my G1 door panels for the ReMera:


A set of new green side glass are in route from Richard.

I have Safelite coming out on April 7th to change out the Windshield and two side windows..been gathering all the pieces to ensure it is done correctly:


Going to start gutting the interior in preparation for the new G1 dash

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ReMera UPDATES: Gutted the interior:








Still need to get a little more surface rust of the driver's side floor and then I will hit both floor boards with a good coat of black Rustoleum.

The entire interior came out with out issue and it really is in great shape.

Still need to prep gauge pod and skeleton for G1 dash, but that is for tomorrow after I finish sanding down and the black Rustoleum.

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ReMera UPDATES:

Separated the foam OEM padding from the stock carpet...very slow and tedious process...but now done:



Now to clean up the rust dust with vinger and then I will put a coat of plasti-dip over the entire lover surface to lock in a rust dust.

Then I will spray the tops with 3M adhesive and attach to the bottom of the new carpet to have the factory padding feel

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ReMera UPDATES: Foam has been cleaned from rust dust and coated in plasti-dip...turned out great:

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ReMera UPDATES: Floors are done and the last coat is drying.


Carpet is also trimmed and holes cut:

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ReMera UPDATES: Rust-oleum all dry now and have the OEM foam pad laid in place:


I will get the carpet installed later today.

I will also be cutting my Gauge Pod and skeleton down sometime today as well...once that is done...then its waiting on the G1 dash and Mr.Mike's seat covers to arrive (any day now on the dash)...better be here before Saturday (fingers crossed).

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ReMera UPDATES: Center skeleton is now trimmed down to size:


Removed what wasn't needed:

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ReMera UPDATES: New door glass showed up

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ReMera UPDATES: Cut down the gauge pod down to correct size foe G1:


I have done this two other times...but still nerve racking to cut these up

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ReMera UPDATES: Mr. Mike sent me a photo of the Proof for my custom stitch logo of "ReMera" for my seats.

If you zoom in ...the white stuff is just cut white thread ends not imperfections.

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ReMera UPDATES: Reinforced a falling apart headliner.

(reminds me of a Klingon bird of prey)



Used the following to build it back to a solid stiff and solid headliner:

  • 3" wide strips of thin cardboard
  • Medical gauze
  • 3M Supper 77 Adhesive
  • MEGA Hold hair spray
  • 8x11 sheets of printer paper



Now I just need to recover in new material...then it will be good to go!

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Man, that all looks beautiful.

Get the steering wheel yet?

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