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Hi! I'm a nice guy from Russia, and here is my Plazma! by Daniel H
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Some photos from couple months ago.

Working on surfaces and junctions (hope I expressing correctly).





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Originally posted by Daniel H:

Some photos from couple months ago.

Working on surfaces and junctions (hope I expressing correctly).









You said it correctly. Please keep posting your progress. Thanks for sharing!

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Amazing work so far! I can't wait to see the finished product, especially the interior. Keep up the great work!


I graduated from SIU-C (twice).
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Report this Post11-09-2011 03:35 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Photos from some time ago.

Received parts, what I ordered from Fierostore.




Front&rear swaybar kits, all details to rebuild rear calipers, filters, sparkplugs and other.

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in mother russia you dont drive fiero...fiero drives you! :-P nice work so far looks slick :-)
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Report this Post11-15-2011 09:48 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I have question!

What is this box?

It's from Dmitry's Laura. He said it's headlights motor guide(was given to me with his headlights, as I understand there is 2gen motors(different than mine)), but on my car weren't this box and even any connectors what may connect to it.



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they were correct. it's the second gen headlight control box.

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Originally posted by Daniel H:
I have question!
What is this box?
It's from Dmitry's Laura. He said it's headlights motor guide(was given to me with his headlights, as I understand there is 2gen motors(different than mine)), but on my car weren't this box and even any connectors what may connect to it.


You need the Gen II wiring also Daniel I have an 86 GT with Gen I ... when I swapped to Gen II I also bought the wiring. You will also see that Gen II wiring has only 1 wire for car horn ....


Gen II harness (Wiring)

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Wow! very cool, are those kits very rare then?
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IanT720 ---- Yep, 1 in the states and maybe 6 or 7 in Russia


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Report this Post11-15-2011 11:36 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
If be absolutely correct, there is only 5 Laura/Plazma in all world.

1) Alex's Piranha/Plazma (red, then blue)
2) Laura in Latvia (red with white, then whole red)
3) Laura in Saint Petersburg(Russia) what stand near car dealer (yellow with black roof, than with silver roof, then whole red)
4) Laura of Dmitry Parfenov in Saint Petersburg(Russia) (silver) heard it was white before, but don't know correctly.
5) Mine Plazma, building now, from pre production kit what was laying 15 years and waiting for his hour.

Don't know in what sequence first three numbers was builded.

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Daniel,

Do you have any pictures of the one at the car dealership ?

Would they ever sell it ? Is it mounted on a sign or atop a building or something ?
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Report this Post11-15-2011 11:49 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Exoticse, photo of it was on this forum few times, so you likely might be seen it.

No they don't sell it. It's their promotion car. It stand on pedestal.

Would look to my mini-archive to some photos.

That Latvian guys was sale their Laura, why anybody of you wasn't buy it?
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I wonder whats going with the blue Plazma in the US now. I remember the guy who built it passed away, not sure what else after. Either way, that picture was taken about a mile from my house . Definitely a different and good looking body in its own way.
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nitroheadz28,

Now Alex's Plazma owned by his stepson John. John live in NY, Plazma live somewhere in Floroda.

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Hey, Exoticse, catch couple photos!

Looks like initially it was with with black roof.



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i get that it get's people attention, but what do they say when people ask where is that car lol ??

guess it doesn't matter as long as it gets people to stop !

Kind of a quirky fate for such a cool car. Does it run ?

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I wonder whats going with the blue Plazma in the US now. I remember the guy who built it passed away, not sure what else after. Either way, that picture was taken about a mile from my house . Definitely a different and good looking body in its own way.


Alex's Plazma is here in Florida. I talked to his stepson and the car has basically just sat since Alex's death. Nothing really going on with it. Just sitting in storage.
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Been out of the loop for awhile...would love if we could get some molds made from one of those cars. Not sure if there is a legal issue etc...but just a thought. Love your work!
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Alex's Plazma is here in Florida. I talked to his stepson and the car has basically just sat since Alex's death. Nothing really going on with it. Just sitting in storage.


Thats a shame , I can understand but ehh. After the enterra I gotta say this is my favorite kit/ rebody.
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i get that it get's people attention, but what do they say when people ask where is that car lol ??


There is need to some explaination: Owners of this dealer shop was working jointly with Dmitry Parfenov in the 90's, and they was manage the financial and administrative questions. And then they spread their business. That guys start dealer business and take all history of creation Laura cars, from first two Lauras in 1985, "Ohta" concept 1988, LuAZ Proto concept, Laura 2 and Laura 3 project as history of their own new company (to bring significance to company or something like that). Sure thing they are do not have ANY real relation to building all this projects. They do know each other, but it don't gives right to say they have relation to creation of all this cars.

But fact. They do say what it's their history. And this Laura 3 stand there as part of history of their company.

 
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Kind of a quirky fate for such a cool car. Does it run ?


No. Last time I seen it was without engine. And on photo we can see there is no seats inside.


 
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Been out of the loop for awhile...would love if we could get some molds made from one of those cars. Not sure if there is a legal issue etc...but just a thought. Love your work!


As I was say: I have moulds. Sure they need some repair after 15 years. But there is don't exist serious interest to these kits to engage to this business.
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It has been a long time since the last update on the Plazma project; any progress, any new pictures?
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Hi all!

Progress is constantly.

For last months made a lot of bodywork. Working over surfaces and panel clearances.

Would look for some photos. Or will made it.
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Copper brake lines? interesting...

The reason not very common is copper and galvanizing create electrolysis and so does copper and zinc. When you hear of water pipes in houses leaking more often than not it is because the copper pipe is too close to galvanized flashing or touching near nails or screws. What happens is gal or zinc coating act as a negative and copper cells travel to the zinc or gal and tries to earth itself but what is actually happening is electricity causes the pipe to wear away and stick to the coatings the same as how the coating was stuck to the steel. Cars are zincalume then painted so putting in copper lines will eventually cause the pipes to corrode as the cells travel to the zinc. So it isn't a matter of just crushed pipes why you don't see copper in cars they need to be protected from the car just not from the road.
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Hi all!

Couple photos.

Repaired door hinge . it had backlash in upper hole.

With father's help, welded couple steel washers with needed hole size on each side of hole. Works like new.








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STILL my favorite thread on PFF. You're doing a bangup job, Daniel.

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More photos. As I promised.
Photos made on very basic camera, so sorry for quality.

Closed up standart door handle holes.
Started matching tank door.
Matched rear hood. It was very hard work. Sad but haven't photos of process. It wasn't fit car. But I made it fit.
And add primer to rear to identify lines and defects.














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Couple photos.

Primed hood


Glued fuel tank door to body with polyurethane sealer.


Priming body panels.
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Looking good!

Any idea what color you are going with?
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Color would be custom matched blue metallic. Later post photos of test paint on one detail.
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Set of photos about rear lights installation.

It's a set of Hella D112/D70 lights. They are hell expensive, but they're best.

Some cutting required


Try on


Looks awesome


Inside


Started make bracket


Design and detail


Closer view


Left & right bracket


This is how it would be


Remain to glue it on polyurethane sealer

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Very nice job being done. Greetings from Poland. Wish you luck in the EURO championships .
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Kind of surprised this has not made its way to the Construction Zone yet.
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I was looking at body kits when I first was interested in Fieros and the Plazma was what got my attention the most. I looked into getting a kit "briefly" buy got nowhere. I really think the style of the Plazma is just plain sexy. You're a lucky man to have that kit. Good work so far.
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Here is a new photos!

Glued rear lights bracket


Assembled license plate lights. They're also from Hella, and as you can see they're LED.



So about color.
This was test paint of two colors. Maybe it isn't seen on photos but they are bit different. Closer to front end of fender is custom matched color. And on rear end is "Lexus ISF Ultrasonic Blue metallic". Both of them have additional layer with sparks. I chosen first one. Because it's much brighter on sun and have better play of contrast on surfaces.
















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A note to let you know the Carbomet Pads don't work too well in regular driving (they need heat before they perform well, like road course racing). They also emit a nasty very black brake dust, that will have you constantly cleaning your wheels and removing the black dust from your paint job on car.
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Great work, your car is coming together nicely!
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2 of them here? the red one and yellow at once?
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2 of them here? the red one and yellow at once?


Yes.

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