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OPIE's Fiero GTX Build by TXOPIE
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Also glad she's ok. I have 4 boys that all had accidents ( some more than one) and thank god they had there seat belts on and air bags to smack them in the face.
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Damn...Glad she is ok....
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BluDrm Updates: Finally shooting the paint again on BluDrm...

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BluDrm Updates: Here is a shot of the secondary color:

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Still need to shoot the clear coat.
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More BluDrm Updates: the painting continues:

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BluDrm UPDATES: a little view of the colors in the sun light:
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BluDrm UPDATES: A few more trim pieces completed:

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This is my first official post...But I have to say Yay! I have finally caught up with this thread. I have been reading it off and on during my down time at work over the last few days.

Great work. Unfortunately, I don't get all the images you post, but I get enough of them. I am going to have to re-read some of the stuff regarding your auto PC stuff. Have you considered using raspberry pi for your systems?
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This is my first official post...But I have to say Yay! I have finally caught up with this thread. I have been reading it off and on during my down time at work over the last few days.

Great work. Unfortunately, I don't get all the images you post, but I get enough of them. I am going to have to re-read some of the stuff regarding your auto PC stuff. Have you considered using raspberry pi for your systems?


WELCOME to the FUN & CHAOS ClumsySmurf! And I am honored that you choose my Thread to comment upon first

In regards to the customized systems, I have played with AutoPCs, Android, & R-PIs...there is give and take on each depending the applications intended to be run. Best bang for the buck is to get an off the shelf Android infotainment touch screen & an USB to OBDII adapter or Bluetooth and you are good to go with a lot of functionality. Now in regards to the R-PIs...I am going to be utilizing them in a re-active body panel design (eventually to come into fruition next year) to control the motors of the many exterior inter-active body panels.
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Well had J-Ray's Modified 87 GT here for the past few days. Mr. Poe stopped by and we changed out the clutch on her.


She is ready for the road again!
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BluDrm Updates: Almost finished re-doing her paint.





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Looking good. Wasn't this car painted just a little while ago?
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Looking good. Wasn't this car painted just a little while ago?


Yes Rob...but I didn't like the way the blue came out the last time...was too dark...looked more like black rather than blue.

Liking this color of blue a lot better!
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Is it simple to remove & replace the seal around the windshield?

 
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Yes Rob...but I didn't like the way the blue came out the last time...was too dark...looked more like black rather than blue.

Liking this color of blue a lot better!


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Is it simple to remove & replace the seal around the windshield?



I have a guy that works for Safelite that handles all my Fiero's.

He has to destroy the old seal to remove and then cleans the glass and re-installs with new seal. He also utilizes a seal that is for another vehicle...it wraps around the back edge of the glass as well & looks great...IMO!
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Another Fiero possibly in the mix in my Family...my son is going to look at this Fiero...this would be his 1st!







Will let everyone know how it works out.

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I saw that car over near my daughter's house in Wylie. Stopped to see if he would be interested in the monthly NTRC meeting, but nobody home.
Maybe it will have a better home soon.

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What paint and paint code did you use for the belt molding my wife wants her car that color with black trim!
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What paint and paint code did you use for the belt molding my wife wants her car that color with black trim!


Jared...do you mean the BudLight Blue as I call it?

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My son decided not to go with the Fiero above...he decided he really wants a 5 speed and will wait for the right Fiero.
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Yeah the light blue
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Yeah the light blue


Its a custom color...getting the paint code & info for you from my painter.

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NON-Fiero Updates: I have been busy with work, the kids & grand-kids, and doing some projects for the home.

Like replacing the LPG instant hot water heater. I replaced the 13 year old BOSH Aquastar 1600



with a brand new Noritz ProTough NR981-SV unit.



Have some painting to do in this utility closet now

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Sorry Guys & Gals...that I have not posted lately. Life has gotten crazy and my wife's health hasn't been the best.


Here is a picture I snapped today of outside...showing our 1st dusting of snow for 2017:
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Hopefully I will have more updates to share in the next few weeks and the remainder of 2017.

Wishing everyone a GREAT 2017!

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Driving "Barbie" home last night from the airport...I noticed my window fogged up about half way home with a distinct smell of antifreeze.
I believe my heater core has sprung a leak...it is still her original one from factory.
Need to try set some time aside and see if I can tear into her this weekend....at least I have a extra new unit on the shelves in the FieroCave.

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BluDrm UPDATE:

A little late night teaser...more to come:








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She needs a bath & a good waxing, but home



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That's one fine looking car!
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That's one fine looking car!


Thanks Stubby!
BluDrm has all the modern conveniences excluding airbags.
All the details are in this thread if curious.
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OK...this photo bucket thing is down right annoying...going to have to decide how I am going to re-work this.





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What's new with these builds ?
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Unfortunately not anything...my wife has been in the hospital with lung and heart issues.

If life changes...would like to eventually get the G1 door panels for both the ReMera and BluDrm...but time will only tell.
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Sorry to hear that Jim. Hope she gets well soon.
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OK...this photo bucket thing is down right annoying...going to have to decide how I am going to re-work this.




Jim, I use the add-on for Opera and see every picture just fine. You don't need to rework all of your photos when the answer to the problem is out there. People are too lazy to use it. Firefox, Opera, and Chrome all have the add-on to fix this Photobucket issue. This is what I see....of course it is resized to fit the page:


Best wishes to you and your wife. Hope everything goes well.

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