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Personalized decklid vents and other things by silver 85 sc
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Rich,
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OK, I know a lot of you are waiting on orders. Good news they were burned this afternoon. Clean up and bending (if needed) will happen over the next couple of days and I will then be shipping. I will get pics up as soon as they are ready. The full shifter surround looks great. I hope that they bend correctly.

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Here is the latest part That I am attempting. The shifter surround was shot on the '86 GT :



And here is the new:









This one is made out of 14 ga stainless which is way to heavy. 18 ga will be the norm. All edges will be hemmed over for a rounded edge similar to the original. This one fit like a glove and looks pretty good for the first attempt. I have a little trimming to do since I took the wrong measurement for the ashtray.

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9/28/11

QUOTE]Originally posted by silver 85 sc:

OK, I know a lot of you are waiting on orders. Good news they were burned this afternoon. Clean up and bending (if needed) will happen over the next couple of days and I will then be shipping. I will get pics up as soon as they are ready. The full shifter surround looks great. I hope that they bend correctly.

Rich[/QUOTE]

Did the clean up get done and were they shipped? I am waiting on a 4 piece dash trim kit.
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wow this is great work.
how much for the shifter surround plate? it looks like it deletes the ash trays. looks better to me.
the shifter surround could be wrapped in vinyl. any idea on what the price will be for the surround?
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I got my dash kit today. They look great.

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yes very good at what he does... ordered several things from him and very pleased,
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wow this is great work.
how much for the shifter surround plate? it looks like it deletes the ash trays. looks better to me.
the shifter surround could be wrapped in vinyl. any idea on what the price will be for the surround?


It can be done with or without ashtrays. The new surround will come in around $65.00 They can be vinyl coated. I am toying with the idea of making it one piece. Completely get rid of the stock surround and I am thinking of cutting the R N D 2 1 into the new face and reusing the stock boot. The manual doing the same. The only problem is how to tie it all down. I am thinking of using a couple of long small screws that would go all the way down to where the current screw holes are. You will see these from the face.

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any chance these are the same size as the brittle plastic/fiber stuff that makes up the surrounds shape? recover it in vinyl so it looks stock to the trained Fiero enthusiasts eye...
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any chance these are the same size as the brittle plastic/fiber stuff that makes up the surrounds shape? recover it in vinyl so it looks stock to the trained Fiero enthusiasts eye...


I am really close. The mistake I made was, when I did the programming, I put it in with my 14 ga orders instead of my 18 ga orders. From the interior pictures you can see that I have a stock shifter panel sitting on it. I will get pics tomorrow of the stock surround and the stainless surround side by side so you can get a better comparison. The 14 ga is way to heavy and the 18 ga I can get a better rounded edge all the way around.
The car that it is in, is my son's. However, since he has to drive 15 miles to school everyday and this car has a mind of its own I have been driving it. His surround was completely shot and was driving me crazy. It looks a lot nicer now.

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Had comparison requests on the shifter surround. Here they are.



As you can see I am a little off on the inner cut however I have this corrected.





And if anyone is interested my daughter never used these:






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Hi everyone,

My first thread on these has slipped into oblivion. So let's start over. First the vents:












(Daneele When you get pictures I would love to post one here along with Tyler's Dream I did for Jay.)

How about a club logo?





Just the standard Fiero logo runs $50.00. If you want something that I have to convert from a photo or other logo (see Betty Boop) pricing will vary. I have been doing one set of each notchback and fastback for the 3 shows I attend (Dells, Heartland, and Fierorama)

Next the badges:



These will run $15.00 ea

I can vary the size the one pictured is 3 3/8" tall

The key chains:These run $7.00 ea with a "brush finish" $5.00 to polish.


And when I get too many key chains I make wind chimes out of them: (note the show keychains)



The Pontiac Fiero "disc" runs $16.00 Key chains not included

Special rockers (look below the door):



Need a better rear bumper Pontiac to replace the bad plastic ones?:



$6.00 ea. Does not include body tape to adhere them to the bumper. The 3M double face body tape works really good.


Project I am working on:



and yes I have been working on the fastback for over a year. This one is driving me crazy, but I think I can get something acceptable.

Sometimes I just get crazy: This thing is 59" wide x 60 something tall


Special run:


I can do show or special occasions PM me to work things out.

Now for the bad news. I just became a grandpa this week, our beautiful grand daughter will take priority over me getting things done. So if I don't get back to anyone right away be patient and you may have to gently remind me on some occasions.


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Thought I'd just throw this out there for anyone contemplating the stainless surround set offered on this post, as an additional consideration.

The attached photos are of a recently acquired dash map pocket stainless replacement plate provided by Rich. It seems to work well in conjuction with the stainless dash / console pieces already obtained from him. It adds continuity to the entire dash. (although it does diminish that useful storage area)

Plate is mounted on 1/4" foamcore board with a recess removed from behind the cut-out letters, to allow clearance for a small stainless plate and (2) 4" LED strips.

The attached stainless Pegasus is Richs' 2.5" version.



The raised "GT" emblem is from the exterior of a Pontiac Grand Am or Grand Prix



The white at the top is untrimmed foamcore which will be removed before final fitting.
Although it does'nt show well in the photos, ( do to its' slanted setting to temporarily keep it in place). the fit is excellent!
(To cold for proper mounting)

Thanks again Rich, for an awesome job!

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Now that I look at this I think that a pocket could be formed and be very durable for a map pocket. My only problem right now is I am getting tired of looking at stainless. Anybody have any ideas on wrapping the interior parts with vinyl, leather, or cloth? I have a nice shifter surround that should be covered. And I think that the whole center console could be formed quite easily, but it needs covering with something. Let me hear your 2 cents.

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First off, everything looks great! Once I get my '88 mechanically sound (within 2 weeks) I'll be ordering multiple items from you.

A thought about the center console/shift surround that you're working on.

Have you considered making the surround and the top trim surround all one piece? It could go over the original plastic surround to keep the placement of the window.mirror switches and the ash trays.. People could then just get it painted or powder coated instead of having to worry about re-covering it with leather... Just a thought.

Also, with the dash trim pieces, is there a way to make it so the screws would be counter sunk like the original plastic parts?

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Now that I look at this I think that a pocket could be formed and be very durable for a map pocket. My only problem right now is I am getting tired of looking at stainless. Anybody have any ideas on wrapping the interior parts with vinyl, leather, or cloth? I have a nice shifter surround that should be covered. And I think that the whole center console could be formed quite easily, but it needs covering with something. Let me hear your 2 cents.

Rich


I think a tightly rapped leather or vinyl to match the OEM one would be best.

Also, there are some that like the carbon look. Di-Noc is a very forgiving and good looking material that could EASILY wrap around the console.



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OOOOOOOOO!!!!!! Another product Idea!!!!!! Sorry to poast so many times, I'm hyped up on Mountain Dew waiting for the New year to ring in. lol

What about a new center console skeleton? or repair parts?

All four fiero's that I have owned/own have had broken plastic center console skeletons... Specifically, where the stereo and a/c control panel mount. I'm tired of trying to move the knob from hot to cold and vise versa and having the entire panel slide side to side since I can no longer bolt in place.... ..... ..... .....

I don't know how feasible this is, but I know that I am in the majority when it comes to this issue.
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OOOOOOOOO!!!!!! Another product Idea!!!!!! Sorry to poast so many times, I'm hyped up on Mountain Dew waiting for the New year to ring in. lol

What about a new center console skeleton? or repair parts?

All four fiero's that I have owned/own have had broken plastic center console skeletons... Specifically, where the stereo and a/c control panel mount. I'm tired of trying to move the knob from hot to cold and vise versa and having the entire panel slide side to side since I can no longer bolt in place.... ..... ..... .....

I don't know how feasible this is, but I know that I am in the majority when it comes to this issue.


I hear you on that one. I have a center console that I have been thinking about. The trick is to get it to form in the panel bender I use. OR I could cut everything with slits and have it hand form. Then It would need covering to finish. I have been sitting on this one for a year. It will be very time consuming to figure out and kind of pricey to iron out. If I can get enough responses I will pursue.

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First off, everything looks great! Once I get my '88 mechanically sound (within 2 weeks) I'll be ordering multiple items from you.

A thought about the center console/shift surround that you're working on.

Have you considered making the surround and the top trim surround all one piece? It could go over the original plastic surround to keep the placement of the window.mirror switches and the ash trays.. People could then just get it painted or powder coated instead of having to worry about re-covering it with leather... Just a thought.

Also, with the dash trim pieces, is there a way to make it so the screws would be counter sunk like the original plastic parts?



I can make the shifter surround one piece, however not sure how to attach it. As for the dash pieces since it is out of 18 ga there isn't much to counter sink unless I can find a washer that is offset. I will have to see what I have at work on the punch press. Maybe I can look into special tooling to counter the hole.

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I'm too impatient. Here is my order
All in a #4 finish.

Aux Gauge surround,
Stereo A/C surround

Gauge Surround With "Pontiac" instead of "Fiero" if possible. In "Dodger" Font


Let me know if this will be possible

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I'm too impatient. Here is my order
All in a #4 finish.

Aux Gauge surround,
Stereo A/C surround

Gauge Surround With "Pontiac" instead of "Fiero" if possible. In "Dodger" Font


Let me know if this will be possible

Thanks


No Problem.

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really great looking stuff I will be putting in an order for alot of stuff once i get my engine swap done. I have a few ideas for some things ill send ya info when i get the final layout worked out
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You should get with TXGOOD about covering them from what i have seen his work is awsome
 
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Now that I look at this I think that a pocket could be formed and be very durable for a map pocket. My only problem right now is I am getting tired of looking at stainless. Anybody have any ideas on wrapping the interior parts with vinyl, leather, or cloth? I have a nice shifter surround that should be covered. And I think that the whole center console could be formed quite easily, but it needs covering with something. Let me hear your 2 cents.

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Here is what I need ... the 52mm round gauge is centered within the square the other 2 are 87mm....will need it in steel si I can paint it... Price and sent to Levis, Quebec, Canada, G6V-9T6 ... include your paypal addy .. THX

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Here is what I need ... the 52mm round gauge is centered within the square the other 2 are 87mm....will need it in steel si I can paint it... Price and sent to Levis, Quebec, Canada, G6V-9T6 ... include your paypal addy .. THX


Are you looking for the 87mm to stay on stock centers? And the 52mm centered on and between the middle rectangles? Price will be $15.00 plus shipping probably in the $12.00 range.
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Yes centered to the original holes..... and the 52 mm centered in the top 8 indicator lights making sure its not to close over the name thought you can move it up if needed ... something like the below (modified from original) pic If possible NO mileage RESET hole (bottom left)

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Dont forget send total and paypal addy THX
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Got lucky this week. Grabbed a drop of 18 ga stainless 2b 16" wide X 120" long. I should be able to get a few parts out of that one.

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how much would it be for the dash, stereo, shifter surround and also the map pocket replacement?
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(Daneele When you get pictures I would love to post one here along with Tyler's Dream I did for Jay.)



The Pontiac Fiero "disc" runs $16.00 Key chains not included

Special rockers (look below the door):


What are the dimensions on the disc? How much extra to ship to 30183?

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by carnut122:

[QUOTE]Originally posted by silver 85 sc:


(Daneele When you get pictures I would love to post one here along with Tyler's Dream I did for Jay.)



The Pontiac Fiero "disc" runs $16.00 Key chains not included

Special rockers (look below the door):


What are the dimensions on the disc? How much extra to ship to 30183?



I can make it any size you want. I don't have any on hand.

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Report this Post01-09-2012 11:11 PM Click Here to See the Profile for silver 85 scClick Here to Email silver 85 scSend a Private Message to silver 85 scEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Time to refresh the pricing. Lots of people have been asking.

notch or GT vents $50.00 per set 16 ga or 14 ga stainless customizing add $30.00 depending on material availability

Badges $15.00 (2.5" -4" tall) 16 ga stainless

Gauge cluster $15.00 18 ga stainless

Aux ga $5.00 18 ga stainless

Radio surround $10.00 18 ga stainless

Shifter surround $10.00 18 ga stainless specify manual or auto. Can do with or without ashtrays.

Rocker cover $65.00 16 ga stainless if I have drop pieces Price will be $100.00 if I have to cut it out of a full sheet Shipping has been running $49.00 per set several drop pieces are currently available. Images extra

Key chains $7.00 18 ga stainless Can do custom for additional cost

Wind chime circle only $16.00 16 ga stainless use keychains to fill 6"-10" in diameter if larger contact me for qoute

"Pontiac" for rear bumpers $6.00 16 or 18 ga stainless will need to puchase adhesive

Door sills $25.00 per set 18 ga or 16 ga stainless can do any lettering if I have the font; images add $25.00 per set can be combined with vents if need be.

Shifter surround pod $65.00. Not perfect yet, but really close. I have the latest revision ready to bend. 18 ga stainless

The map piece shown in the thread was at $10.00 18 ga or 16 ga depending on material availability

If I am missing anything that has been seen on other cars let me know and I will get pricing posted.

I currently have some odd run key chains on hand I cut them a little to big. I also have some of the finalized key chains on hand check a head for specific availability ie. Forumula, GT, and plain Fiero.

If you are interested in the cookie cutters I have made check with Paul Vargyas at NIFE. He owns the dies. http://www.fierofocus.com/

If you are interested in the Lambo door hinges that I am linked to you need to contact Jesse (88lambofiero) http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/078049.html

And of course I have to plug DIYstu's dew wipes. I make the felt and mirror tabs. http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/043801.html

Stainless can be painted or powdercoated with out any problem.

I have suspended the fuel tank project due to funds and an available car to fit one. There is no way my wife will let me keep a car up on blocks to iron them out.

I am looking into the center console and radio surround. Have had several requests on these. I may start the drafting process this month.

Another project on the drawing board is trunk lid dress ups I have them drawn, however have not checked fit yet.

GT sail panels are also drawn. I lucked out a work we have a hexagon punch that would work perfect for a GT sail panel with honeycomb where the clear area would be. Then the Pegasus would be laser cut and spot welded where the black would be behind the door post. I hope to have these in the $75-$85/set range.

Currently I am open to other suggestions. Preferably easy ones since I have been putting in close to 60 hours a week.

Rich
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Report this Post01-09-2012 11:51 PM Click Here to See the Profile for carnut122Send a Private Message to carnut122Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by silver 85 sc:


I can make it any size you want. I don't have any on hand.

Rich


I'm thinking of making a clock face out of it. Can I get the 12 holes around the perimeter too? Do you do non-Fiero (as in a Ford oval in thicker steel)? I can provide a tracing of it.

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