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OPIE's Fiero GTX Build by TXOPIE
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WOW! I have to say that interior is the best looking Fiero interior I've ever seen! It looks like it could be a modern high end factory car. That is SWEET!!!

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WOW! I have to say that interior is the best looking Fiero interior I've ever seen! It looks like it could be a modern high end factory car. That is SWEET!!!



Countach711...

Then my goal was achieved.

That is known as the G1 dash and door panels. I originally photoshopped them about 3 or so years ago. It was a modern high end looking interior based off of the Lambo Gallardo.

After sharing my images with Rob (Amida) and pestering him for some time...he agreed to make it. If you are not familiar with Rob's work...you need to go check out his thread.

He is an artist and perfectionist. He has been doing F-Car replica interiors for years and the best in the business at it. His F-355 interior is 2nd to none...don't think you will find one person on this Forum that could honestly disagree with that statement .

I am just the MUSE...Rob is the true artist that made my dream into a reality.

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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Her Mr. Mikes seats skins arrived...time to prep her seats and get these new skins on the seats.
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Well, rest assured that you did indeed reach your goal! I was checking out Amida's build and saw that he is the genious behind the interior. I was trying to research how to purchase such an interior but couldn't find a topic. Is there a page in his build that discusses it? Costs and such?

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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Progress...seats are re-upholstered.
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They still need to be slapped around a little bit...but basically done.

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You need to have Mr. Mikes make you a set of 'sofa cushion covers" just for advertising purposes.

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ReMera UPDATES: CREE LED headlights are now installed and working.



And Rob is almost done with the 1st set of G1 door panels...so not too far off from getting my two sets

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Non-Fiero UPDATES: The 1994 240 SX parts are rolling in and I have been putting time on that car as well.

GLOW INDIGLO GAUGE


New dash shell to seal all the cracks from the top of the stock dash before wrapping the entire dash in black Italian leather with red stitching.

Very impressed with the glove fit on this dash shell by Coverlay:

http://coverlaymfg.com/

Died the grey carpet black with Dupli-color's product and picked up a nice set of floor mats:


Replaced rear driver's side tail light lens...the one it came with was cracked and had a hole.


Obtained a driver's side inside power control bezel...the one it came with was broke in two pieces...down the middle.


Swapped out the sad stock S13 seats for an almost pristine set of last year s14 seats.


Now just waiting for the leather package to arrive from the UK...then I will finish out the interior.

Going to remolding some sun warped plastic (mainly inner door panels) with my new Steinel HG 2310 LCD Electronic Heat Gun.

I also will be utilizing the heat gun to fix a bunch of aged automotive plastic...better than any other process IMO.

Once everything else is back together and correct...then will put on the red&black carbon fiber trim.
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Argenta UPDATES: Got the DOHC and cradle in and attached.
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Need to now get everything connected up.


Also need to reach out to member, GOT2B GM, to get a custom length dog-bone.

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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT Updates: New headliner board arrived from Archie.

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Non-Fiero UPDATES: Started upholstering the interior of the 240SX with the leathers from the UK:

Glove box, e-brake, and visors are now completed:


Still have the main dash, center console, and pillars to upholstery.


I also created the side replacement decals in Photoshop:


Started working on the passenger's side door panel...will finish it tomorrow and do the driver's side as well.
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ReMera UPDATES: Finished up the rear tail lights...finally got the wiring correct:



Non-Fiero UPDATES: Finished up the passenger's side door panel for the 240SX.



While on 6 design conference calls and 3 trouble shooting calls...God I love my life...I am truly blessed!

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I see you have mounted a rear view camera on the ReMera. I have one on my 308 and it's the only way to go due to the huge blind spots. I have mine wired to be on at all times and it has saved me on numerous occasions when I've had to merge to the right. Your craftsmanship and imagination is second to none.

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On your daughters J-Ray's Modified 87 GT build, I saw that it has the Norm's front tilt clip. Did you get any kind of gasket for the headlight covers? I bought the Claytonto Build Fiero, and my headlight covers leak a bit when we wash her.

I have a DIY plan, but wondered, if they originally came with a seal of sorts. I tried an email to Norm with no reply.

I also saw in one of the photos what looked like an Al Lindsey Corvette panel. Are you planning to use it on the build or would consider parting with it? If your undecided, I might have something you'd might consider trading it for. NOT MY V8 FIERO! LOL. PM me and I'll fill you in.

Any chance that you will be making roof panels? I could really use one of your panels for my lil red GT. It's my daily driver and she has a lot of cracks all over the panel. I can fix... but your panel looks like a nice quick fix.

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On your daughters J-Ray's Modified 87 GT build, I saw that it has the Norm's front tilt clip. Did you get any kind of gasket for the headlight covers? I bought the Claytonto Build Fiero, and my headlight covers leak a bit when we wash her.

I have a DIY plan, but wondered, if they originally came with a seal of sorts. I tried an email to Norm with no reply.

I also saw in one of the photos what looked like an Al Lindsey Corvette panel. Are you planning to use it on the build or would consider parting with it? If your undecided, I might have something you'd might consider trading it for. NOT MY V8 FIERO! LOL. PM me and I'll fill you in.

Any chance that you will be making roof panels? I could really use one of your panels for my lil red GT. It's my daily driver and she has a lot of cracks all over the panel. I can fix... but your panel looks like a nice quick fix.


Robert,

No seal on mine when I got it, and I had the same concerns about leakage as you are experiencing. So this weekend I was planning on installing my CREE LED bulbs and then sealing them with black silicone. With the failure rate being so low on CREE LED...it will be quite some time before I have to pull the silicon and redo to replace the light itself.

Good eyes on the Vette rear panel...haven't decided what I am going to do with that as of yet, but will let you know if I decide to part with it.

Also no on the roof panels at this time. Have the molds for the rood panel, but too much other fiberglass work in front of it...maybe this winter I will produce a few of them.

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Non-Fiero UPDATES: Working on the driver's side interior door panel today.


I also utilized my new digital heat gun to heat up the plastic enough to fixing the warping from the TX sun on the top of the door panels...level and looking good now.
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I will utilize this same technique to fix the rear plastic trim panel that goes around the inside of the convertible top...which have warped upward as well.

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I see you have mounted a rear view camera on the ReMera. I have one on my 308 and it's the only way to go due to the huge blind spots. I have mine wired to be on at all times and it has saved me on numerous occasions when I've had to merge to the right. Your craftsmanship and imagination is second to none.


Steve,

Good idea with the rear camera being a full-time option...going to wire it so the infocenter has it another input option that can be set with split screen.

and thanks for the complement...I just try to have fun with it.

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Argenta UPDATES: We got the motor all wired & connected up last night and started on getting the rear suspension put back together.
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Next steps is to get the coil-overs installed and the exhaust bolted up.

Going to be a nice upgrade...going from stock with a 4 speed to the DOHC with a Getrag 5-Speed.
Much more fitting for the body!

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Argenta UPDATES: Designed and sending this custom engine cover label to Domelabels to get printed...the white area will be chrome:



and driver's side badge:

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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Will bring her home to finish off the interior...next week when I get back from SD.

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On your daughters J-Ray's Modified 87 GT build, I saw that it has the Norm's front tilt clip. Did you get any kind of gasket for the headlight covers? I bought the Claytonto Build Fiero, and my headlight covers leak a bit when we wash her.

I have a DIY plan, but wondered, if they originally came with a seal of sorts. I tried an email to Norm with no reply.

I also saw in one of the photos what looked like an Al Lindsey Corvette panel. Are you planning to use it on the build or would consider parting with it? If your undecided, I might have something you'd might consider trading it for. NOT MY V8 FIERO! LOL. PM me and I'll fill you in.

Any chance that you will be making roof panels? I could really use one of your panels for my lil red GT. It's my daily driver and she has a lot of cracks all over the panel. I can fix... but your panel looks like a nice quick fix.


I don't think you really need to worry about water leakage with your light setup to be honest. Those look like the same Hella 90mm units that are used with the low profile buckets. If they are the hella units are sealed and weather-proof. Same kind used here:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...120111-2-107093.html

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I don't think you really need to worry about water leakage with your light setup to be honest. Those look like the same Hella 90mm units that are used with the low profile buckets. If they are the hella units are sealed and weather-proof. Same kind used here:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...120111-2-107093.html


I agree; I just don't like the water stain it makes on the light base. Plus, it just shouldn't do that.
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My daughter's Fiero is utilizing one of Norm's earlier hoods I believe...it has 4x6 cut outs.



We are utilizing the following 4x6 CREE LED headlight to start.
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While also utilizing these 80's Camaro Headlight retaining ring:


We will eventually put a 2nd round light in there as well.

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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: The run roof is now in with its new seal:


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Argenta UPDATES: Got the coil-overs and exhaust installed.
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Argenta UPDATES: Well dropped the tank...clean it, painted it and how have it back in stalled with new pump and lines.


Looks like only about one more good evening like last night to get this engine swap completely finished up.

I should have taken a later shot of the tank completed ...we cleaned up all the wiring to the pump as well that you see in the shot above...we found wire nuts which we removed and did the wiring correctly including shrink sleeves (both inside and outside wires).

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Argenta UPDATES: Dogbone completed...but Matt is just waiting on bushings to arrive this week...then he will ship to me.
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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Getting the audio upgrades prepped and ready for installation.
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Ordered a stealth wing mount from BTR...will paint them black.


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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Preparing her interior...my little girl wanted a black interior...so it will be a black and carbon fiber interior.

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Her car will be delivered tomorrow since I have not had the time to run offer to the shop (80 miles away).



Then its on to installing her interior, replace her rear tail lights with non-de-laminated pair, rear wing, windshield, headlights, and a few other finishing touches.
Then a good wash and clay bar.

Fast and dirty rim painting since it's getting new tires...making a set of gold lace rims for my daughter's Fiero...the gold will look good with the dark grey metallic.
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Ordered a few odds and ends from Rodney.


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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES:

Ordered the following Center Console door from TXGOOD.



And a leather e-brake boot from the same E-Bay distributor as the ReMera.

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Where did u get the front and rear grills ?

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Where did u get the front and rear grills ?


Paul,

Grills came with the car when I purchased it with Dominic.

Fixed the rear one...which is fiberglass and the front is aluminum.

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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Working on getting the interior installed.
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Have a lot of cleanup...white wax remnants all over...the car will need a good wash and wax when I am done.

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J-Rays Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Still working on the interior, but making progress.

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Have the headliner ready for install (black suede):


A little more on the outside, but still a lot more to go.

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Argenta UPDATES: Custom dog bone arrived.


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Looks great! Which Fiero do I get to buy?

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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Got the headlights installed.


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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Been working on cleanup in front and back.
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Still have a lot more to go in the engine bay.
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Completed interior shot.
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J-Ray's Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Ordered new set of locks.

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J-Rays Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Finished off the interior...even got the seats installed.

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Just waiting on black floor mats with "Fiero" embroidered in silver metallic thread...should be here any day now.

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J-Rays Modified 87 GT UPDATES: Safelite installed a fresh new windshield.
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