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The Rottin Resurrection by johnyrottin
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Anyone else getting boxes with X's in them...?


I'm only seeing broken boxes. No pics, even when I right click and reload image.

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I'm only seeing broken boxes. No pics, even when I right click and reload image.


I'm getting all the pictures... although I wish I wasn't!!!

If that worthless piece of **** ruined my car... ???

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Sad to see it all. Plus Will giving up his car dream too. And that was FASTFIEROS fault.

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Seeing those pics last night really pissed me off, I'm so sad to see this unfold- but glad seeing the community come together as always and keeping a positive attitude.

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I'm only seeing broken boxes. No pics, even when I right click and reload image.


Odd that when I viewed this page then hit the back button for page 1, Jetsnvette's first pictures showed up. I'm having issues with other forums, so it must be my computer.

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@johnyrottin PM your mailing adress....... that new rottinchop needs DIY LED marker kit ... you can also send me your markers I'll swap in LED kit and send them back FREEBEE

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Starting over with a different car is the way to go. Trust NOTHING Dean put his crooked hands on. This goes out to all his previous customers.

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Wish I was a little closer to help, can't believe that he's not in jail. What he did to that car is a crime.

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I'm not getting any pics to load either. IE or Firefox

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I just got off of the phone with Rob and I get to play a little part of getting this thing put together into something really nice. I'll be calling Archie tomorrow to arrange a pickup of the replacement vehicle and getting it up to Menasha for the guys. I saw the craigslist ad for the engine in the Milwaukee area and if that deal does work out I'll be happy to pick it up and run that up to the guys at the same time. I'm not far from St. Francis and I have room to haul it. My run up to Menasha will most likely be August 3rd for the delivery so there is a bit of time to get this all together.

Let me know!

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John,

Just catching up on all this - what a shame - but I am glad to see that you are not giving in. If I can be of any help - just holler!

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I saw the craigslist ad for the engine in the Milwaukee area and if that deal does work out I'll be happy to pick it up and run that up to the guys at the same time. I'm not far from St. Francis and I have room to haul it. My run up to Menasha will most likely be August 3rd for the delivery so there is a bit of time to get this all together.

Let me know!

Mark the paint guy


John, did you contact the guy with the engine?

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JOHN!!!!

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/066712.html

Look at this!!!!


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Ouch ... That was my first Fiero before it went under the knife. Makes me sick looking through the photos of what's left of it. Here is photo from the day I bought it.




 
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John, here is were the roof is smashed up by him putting in what looks like a porta power and jacking the crap out of it bending the roof up and pulling it in.



Not to defend, but that roof smash was in the car when I bought it. Saw it when I pulled the headliner out. Never could figure out how that happened - but the roof panel had been removed before as well.




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Ok so a little update on the car....Did not work on it tonight After work I drove up by Steve and picked up my chop Yay it drives really well! Now for that pesky oil pressure sender tho grrr!

So looks like we have a game plan in the works for the Rottin Resurrection, now we just need to get all the bits together in one place! Tomorrow I will go out and look over the boxes of parts we have here I think for sure we will need to locate a corvette tail light panel, The one that was with this car got cut to junk and is missing parts. the lights look like c-5 lights. For the nose I was thinking we find a fiberglass stock one and then use the urethane bottom nose section from another to make that chin spoiler like on the black car above. That way if it hits a driveway the bottom flexes and does not wreck the nose.
We need to find a fox body mustang hood scoop, if anyone has one we could use it! I called a few bone yards today around here and it seems that scoop is really popular as none were to be had.

The car came with a pined out wire harness but, I am not sure how accurate it is so I am going to try and see if maybe Phonedawgz can give me a hand sorting it all out making sure its right for the 3800 sc2
I need to figure out how much interior is left in number 19 since we have nothing. After I learn that we can figure out what is needed there.
fuel pump for the 3800 will be needed and I am not sure about mounts I have a trani here and a cradle. We also will need axles the ones here are not the right axles.
We have a computer but I am not sure if it has been reprogrammed.
Extra parts we have I would like to sell so John can take that money and put towards other stuff we may need

SO far
we have a 3800 s2 block
s2 super charger
Oil pan
Lower intake
Timing cover end of engine thing ( I am not engine guy)
Push rods in a box
and valve seals
crank not sure of condition.
2 bare empty heads prob good as a planter or boat anchor.

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Ouch ... That was my first Fiero before it went under the knife. Makes me sick looking through the photos of what's left of it. Here is photo from the day I bought it.


Not to defend, but that roof smash was in the car when I bought it. Saw it when I pulled the headliner out. Never could figure out how that happened - but the roof panel had been removed before as well.





Looks about right, I think this car was in a pretty good rear end accident at one point in its life, after further inspection I have found the rear frame rails are wrinkled up pretty good but looks like they pulled them back to good enough, I get a nice clear view since the trunk has been cut out along with everything in the engine bay including the bat tray and all the other mounts including the decklid springs. also the gas tank is screwed up and the coolant tubes down the middle and the right side of car are crushed in places.

There are many more things I have found but really I am not wasting any more time on picking it apart. time to move on as it sits this chassi is twisted bent burnt and stripped. Getting number 19 will save tons of money and time. in the long run.

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The car came with a pined out wire harness but, I am not sure how accurate it is so I am going to try and see if maybe Phonedawgz


Ask Timm about my Whodeanie harness. Mine had to be completely remade.

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We need to find a fox body mustang hood scoop, if anyone has one we could use it! I called a few bone yards today around here and it seems that scoop is really popular as none were to be had.


I don't know my mustangs, so I don't know the year of this one. It has been sitting around here since I got it from Driven Visions (was probably the last one made...actually made by employees after Joe's death). Has some dirt and dust, but the fiberglass is in good shape. It was designed as a bolt on, but could easily be fiberglassed on. I am willing to donate it to the project for the cost of shipping.



I also have a stack of 3800 performance parts that I plan to list in the mall tomorrow. I can't afford to donate these, but I got good deals on them and am not looking for a profit. I have a ported S2 (gen 3) supercharger (ported by Intense) with ZZP MPS system with 3.25 and 3.0 pullies...ported intake....ZZP short stack innercooler with all lines, heat exchanger and pump (already set up for a Fiero)...NIB ARP head bolts....NIB full FelPro gasket set (with second supercharger gasket for innercooler)....ported heads (bare, but includes SS valves)....all used but in great shape unless otherwise noted.

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I don't know my mustangs, so I don't know the year of this one. It has been sitting around here since I got it from Driven Visions (was probably the last one made...actually made by employees after Joe's death). Has some dirt and dust, but the fiberglass is in good shape. It was designed as a bolt on, but could easily be fiberglassed on. I am willing to donate it to the project for the cost of shipping.
I also have a stack of 3800 performance parts that I plan to list in the mall tomorrow. I can't afford to donate these, but I got good deals on them and am not looking for a profit. I have a ported S2 (gen 3) supercharger (ported by Intense) with ZZP MPS system with 3.25 and 3.0 pullies...ported intake....ZZP short stack innercooler with all lines, heat exchanger and pump (already set up for a Fiero)...NIB ARP head bolts....NIB full FelPro gasket set (with second supercharger gasket for innercooler)....ported heads (bare, but includes SS valves)....all used but in great shape unless otherwise noted.



I will shoot you a pm that looks like the correct scoop.

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Ouch ... That was my first Fiero before it went under the knife. Makes me sick looking through the photos of what's left of it. Here is photo from the day I bought it.


Not to defend, but that roof smash was in the car when I bought it. Saw it when I pulled the headliner out. Never could figure out how that happened - but the roof panel had been removed before as well.





Whodeanie should have fixed this with a few popsicle sticks and some chewing gum...

Whodeanie should have fixed that with a few popsicle sticks and some bubblegum..

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First I want to say thanks to all involved for the well wishes, empathy, sympathy and volunteering time and parts and soon blood, sweat, tears, and cheers. It shows the true character of our following. The gleam is back in my sons eye. I can hear in his voice that he is as excited about this project as I am.

I want to make a special thanks go out to Rob (jetsandvettes2000) as without him this would have been a no go. I would have ended my quest, walked away, and nursed my wounded soul back to health. His "can do" attitude is a huge factor in the continuance of the build. It finally hit me when I was at his house dropping off the graciousness this guy has is second to none. While I was there it felt like a huge weight was lifted. I don't know if he saw it or would tell anyone if he did but I kind of got a bit choked up. For a guy to do what I do for a living to hit that point...that is pretty huge.

I also want to thank Archie. Now this one may seem a bit wierd but Archie fits into this equation in many ways. First, your patience and perseverance with our cars resulted in what is now the choptop. Second, your offer on Will's chop, well, I couldn'y have asked for more. i feel like we will get to fulfill my dream, my son's dream, and give Will some closure on his as well. Lloyd Roscoe stole that dream from him and I will be damned if I will allow he or he who shall not be named win!!! Arch, you are a top notch guy in my book. Thank you for all you do.

Lastly, on to the car details. I have not contacted the engine guy. Can someone copy and paste the ad details as I cannot open craigslist ads for some reason. I can call him ASAP after that. I love the idea of heading towards that black choptop and the reardecklid having stealth wingstands with that Mustang scoop. I love the looks of those scoops!!!

Thank you all for the gracious offerings on parts.

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Should have thrown this one to BV as well...when you are right you're right. I whole heartedly reccommend any and all that have had work done at Whodeanie's Customs to inspect what has been done closely to ensure correctness. I am not saying or inferring that it was done poorly or incorrectly but judging by some examples we are now seeing I would say it is worth checking out.

BV I hope to see your car finished to your standards and to take a ride in it at some point. Kind of a silent tribute to perseverance...silent save the whining spool of a turbo charger in the background!!!

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there are a few 3.8's listed in Milwaukee CL area. do you recall what it was out of? I can paste contact info if you can narrow it down.

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The link is listed on page one of this thread...

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Here you go John.


2003 supercharged 3800 v6 with just over 87,xxx miles when pulled from running/crashed 2003 Buick Regal. I was going to use it in my car but I ended up building an engine instead. $600 Call/text 414-507-8884


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Thanks. I called but got an answering machine. Message left, awaiting call back.

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Someone asked about the condition of the interior in #19. So I took some pics today.

It had power door releases, but now they're "hard wired".....



What you see is all there is.....









It has a couple of cracks in the dash.



That's my hood prop, it is not included with the car....



Loyde's exhaust system used to be in here...



The chassis is a pretty clean TX car, just a lot of sun bleaching.....



It has poly bushings in the suspension....



Has a gas tank & fill tube...



It has a lot of leaves left over from the days when it had trees growing out of it.....



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The link is listed on page one of this thread...


http://milwaukee.craigslist.../pts/3946617222.html

 
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We have a computer but I am not sure if it has been reprogrammed.


I can reprogram it for you.

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Dunno why but ALL of Archies posts have broken picture links for me lately, Anyone else having this problem? Peace

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Dunno why but ALL of Archies posts have broken picture links for me lately, Anyone else having this problem? Peace

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Everything's OK here...viewing on a ipad

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Thanks for posting the pics Archie. Strange but I don't see many cut up frame spots and surfboard foam on it. Are you sure you know what you are doing with these choptops? (heavy sarcasm...LOL)

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Dunno why but ALL of Archies posts have broken picture links for me lately, Anyone else having this problem? Peace

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All the pics are fine here at work, on Chrome... :shrug:

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Hmm Dunno what the problem is but EVERY post by Archie lately show broken link Icons at each picture post. I am on my old desktop with Firefox on XP..... Not having problems anywhere else really. Peace

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Hmm Dunno what the problem is but EVERY post by Archie lately show broken link Icons at each picture post. I am on my old desktop with Firefox on XP..... Not having problems anywhere else really. Peace

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His pics are hosted on V8Archie.com... you must have it blocked in some way.

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Well I am back at it tonight taking stuff off the junker. What things should I be saving if they are there? I already grabbed the front light harness, the coolant tubes 1 is dented tho, the wiper motor, and now I am going to work on getting the doors off. I will reply to emails later I am done eating dinner time to get back at it!

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Looks like #19 didn't have power windows or door locks or mirrors. If that had it you may want to take them.

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since its and 88 take the suspension front and rear and cradle

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I'm pleased to see that Will's car is going to a good home, there seems to be some good carma going on here with the results of one rip off going to fix another.

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