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Personalized decklid vents and other things by silver 85 sc
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Is the gas tank still on hold?
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Is the gas tank still on hold?


I am in need of a car. I have a tank drawn and have the prototype blanks figured out, but without a car that I can put up on blocks for a while I cannot proceed. I know that the first one will not come out perfect, and I want to produce the largest capacity tank that could possibly fit in the area available. And since the company I work for makes aftermarket fuel tank straps for several trucks (GMC, Chevy, Ford, Jeep, and Dodge) I could easily come up with usable straps to match. It would also be nice to have a garage to work in. I would love to document as much of the car as possible, and remake the steel parts that so often rust out. I know that I have the proper equipment at work to produce usable replacement parts,(They would not be and exact match, but they would be usable) but without a car that I can use and a place to dissect it, it is hard to proceed. If I could put the money together to build a garage in the backyard, I would take the worst case Fiero I could find and completely replace the rusted out components, and rebuild from the ground up. All with new laser cut and CNC formed parts, and I would consider using stainless in the problem prone areas.

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How much is shipping for the full set of 4 to 80223? I will paypal you as soon as I get the shipping cost.
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idea on the gas tank problem...next time someone close to you goes to scrap a junk spaceframe cut out the gas tank tunnel lol. a few supports welded or screwed in place and it wouldnt distort and could be moved around and flipped over for you to test fit the tank. plus no dead car in the drive.
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idea on the gas tank problem...next time someone close to you goes to scrap a junk spaceframe cut out the gas tank tunnel lol. a few supports welded or screwed in place and it wouldnt distort and could be moved around and flipped over for you to test fit the tank. plus no dead car in the drive.


I may have an answer. My '86 needs a new fuel pump. I am just trying to get an answer from my wife on how long I can leave it up on blocks. Where were you with this idea last summer. Me and a buddy parted out 2 cars.

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This is a good idea, nice thinking outside the box.

 
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idea on the gas tank problem...next time someone close to you goes to scrap a junk spaceframe cut out the gas tank tunnel lol. a few supports welded or screwed in place and it wouldnt distort and could be moved around and flipped over for you to test fit the tank. plus no dead car in the drive.


I love the idea of a bigger and new gas tank I will be watching to see how it turns out.
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I have enough orders to meet minimum, so if anybody needs anything let me know within the next week.

Here is one that is currently shipping





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Just to verify its $65 for both sets of rockers?

I seriously need a set of those on my GT
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Just to verify its $65 for both sets of rockers?

I seriously need a set of those on my GT


What do you mean by both sets? A single set (2pcs) runs $65.00. Shipping runs around $40.00

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I shortened my shift lever a few years ago but never liked how the leather boot fit. Today I fitted this plate that Rich (silver 85 sc) made for me. I haven't made a permanent mount yet as I need to drill and tap holes for machine screws from the bottom of the plate. Now to send the shift knob of to Don Le at Dallas Custom Steering Wheel for a recover.







Thanks Rich!

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When I had my '85 the sail panels faded over time. Now I have an '84 and the Pontiac triangle has seen better days. Here comes the sail panel parts:


Here is a beat up sail panel with the Pontiac triangle missing. This one came off of an '86 notchie.



Here is a stainless Pontiac triangle:



These can be painted or if someone can make a decal to go over they would probably look a lot better. I can do them for $2.25 per set.

Tomorrow I am going to form the "glass" out of stainless. I will post pics.

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Cant wait to see the notchie stainless glass.
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Stainless sail panels for the notchie.







The form fit isn't perfect, however the stainless is thin enough to be adjusted by hand and with the right adhesive they should look like they belong there. These are on my '84 with the glass sail panels underneath. There is nothing holding it in place it is just sitting there. I think if they were painted black and clear coated they would almost have that factory look.

I guess I better get the fastback panels done.

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More of his work on my car...

Emblems on wheel center caps:


Emblem on intake:
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I have rounded up some 16 and 14 ga stainless, and I will be starting the 30 anniversary goodies next month, so if anyone wants anything start letting me know.

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Rich,

You have a PM.

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I would love a 3" badge, so consider this my order for one. You had told me in a PM that you need a few orders, as you have a minimum to make them. Ok, double my order then, I want two 3" badges. Also anyone else that would like one, please speak up, so I can get my badges
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Omg I just scanned the first page of this thread and it gave me so many ideas!
My uncle owns a laser fabrication company, and I'm trained on the CNC lasers...

Now I just need to get to design =)
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Pm sent about an order.
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Awesome products, got the badges and key chain for Christmas.



Post pictures once I use them on my car. The large badge is being put on the SuperCharger on my 3800 swap, where the fuel rail was bolted.

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I've had these overlays installed for almost a year now and they still look stunning. Excellent quality and perfect fit. Also have the key chains and love those too.



Thanks again silver 85 sc, these are really top notch workmanship
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Awesome products, got the badges and key chain for Christmas.



Lucky You! I been trying to get a 3" badge for a while now


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I've had these overlays installed for almost a year now and they still look stunning. Excellent quality and perfect fit. Also have the key chains and love those too.



Thanks again silver 85 sc, these are really top notch workmanship


Man I thought the image was backward s until I read your location really good job you've done to RHD !!!

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http://images.fieroforum.co...00003_(1024x767).jpg

Whats the smallest Pegasus badge you make?
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http://images.fieroforum.co...00003_(1024x767).jpg

Whats the smallest Pegasus badge you make?



2" is the smallest I have been able to produce and these are not 100% guaranteed to come out. If I am lucky I will get 1 out of 3.

Here is what I am having cut.

(10) 2" badges with my fingers crossed
(10) 2 1/2"
(15) 3 3/8"
(5) 4"
(300) 30th key chains No preshow sales
(50) 30th key chains individually numbered 1-50 No preshow sales
(1) INDY table
(1) "Silly boys Jeeps are for girls" license plate holder.

I am thinking about making a small fire ring that can be easily dismantled for manageable shipping and transporting. It will be 3 panels roughly 20-25" in diameter. We'll see.

I can make the badges any size in between and larger.

Test piece for the door sill where the fiero plug is located.

If anyone is looking for anything let me know. I still have some odds and ends key chains, sunroof tracks, wind chime tops, and 5" badges, along with some mismatched interior pieces. I also have the PONTIAC for the rear bumper of '88 notchies, '87's? and also have a couple Pontiac racing badges for that location. The individual that requested these has vanished.

The next round of cuts will be 30th anniversary vents, I will have the proofs ready next week. I will take special requests on these if anyone wants engine size/style, or custom image put on with the 30th logo.

I have been informed that we have a lot of stainless steel that has scratches and blemishes that we have gotten credit for, and is no longer on the books. I will be able to obtain this material for the scrap rate of $1.00 per pound. This is the material I will use.

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Test piece for the door sill where the fiero plug is located.
Rich
that I talked to you about.. How did it turn out , any pictures? Thanks

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Hope to have parts this week. The lasers are back on 24/7.

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Hello, How much $$ for a grill badge to 33324?

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I would like 4 badges.

(2) 2 1/2"
(1) 3 3/8"
(1) 4"

I sent a PM as well


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Badges are scheduled to be cut tonight, which means I will be busy this weekend. So let the orders flow.

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Rich;

Your buddy here in Michigan

I need 2 badges 5 3/4" tall X 4" wide
I need them polished and shipper to Florida
how quick and it looks like 2X15+10=$40.00 = shipping (us postal next day)

PM me asap will get money rolling
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I have badges if anyone is interested.

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Got my 4" badge today. Nice! I hit it with some 1500 grit, then 2000 grip sand paper, then buffed it out with some polishing compound and a high speed buffer. Nice chrome like finish now! Thanks!
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Awesome work!
Whenever I get back into a Fiero, I'll have to order a ton of stuff from you.
+ For you!!

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Rich,

I have the following request.

I am thinking you might be able to help me out...I need the following pieces (driver & passenger)



Done in a strong enough gauge metal so I can drill a hole through so I can continue the hole all the way inside for a set of these:



If you can help, please PM me.

Thanks,

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Still able to hold pricing. Here is this years rundown.


notch or GT vents $50.00 per set 16 ga or 14 ga stainless customizing $30.00

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

Badges larger than 4" inquire for price.

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.

Center shift console $65.00

Rocker cover $65.00 16 ga stainless

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

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, custom images add $30.00 per set.

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Amazing Deals People !!! I have a bunch of his stuff and it is great but more important he is honest and great to deal with!!!!
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Rich,

i would also be interested in the parts that TXOPIE is interested in. let me know if you start making them
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