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25th Show: "Official Picture Thread" by Fiero 25 - Mark
Started on: 07-22-2008 07:18 PM
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Not to totally hijack a thread butů
That E-250 Econoline van could drag my 1500 Silverado down the road with the parking break on. There is a BIG difference between a 1/2 ton and 3/4 .

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[partial hijack]

How about one of these?



[/partial hijack]

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My 2002 GMC Sierra Duramax/Allison got 16 mpg towing the big white box with the Indy inside, thats with the air on and cruise set at 60.
I spent about $200 (fuel and tolls).

The trip was worth EVERY PENNY!

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Originally posted by Gokart Mozart:

[partial hijack]

How about one of these?



[/partial hijack]



If your intent is to haul your cars and only haul cars, that's a great rig. I can't see the bed well enough to make any real judgements. I actually looked at some Take Three trailers prior to buying the trailer I have. It all depends on the intended use. I haul a lot of other items besides Fieros/vehicles so the Car Hauler was not an ideal purchase for me. Before you go buying a truck or trailer, think outside of the box about what else you might use that truck or trailer for. If it's car hauling and nothing else, then you know what you want and need.

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Originally posted by h.d.fire:

My 2002 GMC Sierra Duramax/Allison got 16 mpg towing the big white box with the Indy inside, thats with the air on and cruise set at 60.
The trip was worth EVERY PENNY!



That's actually pretty good mileage and smart cruising.

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I was talking with ohioindy about this trailer but longer to fit a car or 2. Great for low cars.


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Originally posted by Gokart Mozart:

I was talking with ohioindy about this trailer but longer to fit a car or 2. Great for low cars.



In my best Yoda voice, Interesting, it is.

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Fiero 25 - Mark:





Look! There I am in my silver 85 sport coupe.

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Originally posted by silver 85 sc:

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Fiero 25 - Mark:
Look! There I am in my silver 85 sport coupe.

Rich



I like the wheels.
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Originally posted by Augiedoggysdaddy:

I looked for something a little different to add to the great pic posting so far.

Early delivery





Oh, man, THANK YOU for posting those...

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Originally posted by R Runner:
I like the wheels.


I also like the wheels, we were talking about them when we saw your car :P.

We're also in that picture pulling into the line in the background (thanks to those who let us in!!). I'm in my g/f's yellow 88 with her and her dad and grandfather are in the red 88 gt in front of it.

Here are 329 photos of car show goodness for you folks :
25th Anniversary Fiero Car Show Pics

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Oh, man, THANK YOU for posting those...




You are welcome,
I have a few more to share besides these....





The turbo and Jimmy


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mm.. shes a cutie.. wonder if she digs Funky guys..
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i thought the 90 prototype was a turbo 3.1 not a 24v. did they make them with both?
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Originally posted by megafreakindeth:

i thought the 90 prototype was a turbo 3.1 not a 24v. did they make them with both?


No, it's actually a 3.2l DOHC, a prototype for the 3.4l DOHC.
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O.K boys and gals...I am finally home after the long haul from Montreal to Calgary via the 25th. (details to follow)

A BIG thank you to all that attended and the organizers, especially Mark and Fred.
A Red White and Blue salute to you all



Here are my "world renowned" panorama pics from the 25th. If you haven't been there, or if you have - Check it out
(Sorry, a few merge lines are rough. When on ImageShack page Click on the long image to show it in the original size.)

GM Heritage Center 360*



Show Field:











A full panorama from the lounge on the 11th floor. (Taken late in the day, so a few spots are empty.)



Banquet:



More later, Cheers

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Great pics!
Thanks, everyone, for sharing.

I missed this one. I'm definitely planning to do the 30th.

 
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You do not buy a Ford if you want to tow. I have the F150 and I did about 10 mph with the trailer and if I am straight highway nothing in tow I can get 16. My Avalanche did 16 towing and I miss that truck so badly. I was a dummy when I let her go.


Really?
I picked up a parts car in Nashville and towed it (on a full U-Haul trailer) behind my father-in-law's F-150 with the 5.8. It was hard to tell it was even back there, until I stepped on the brakes to slow down. Not that that was a real issue.
I didn't measure mileage, but it wasn't horrible.

 
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I also do not worry about gas mileage as it is pointless and minor compared to other ways we blow money.


Good. It's not just me.

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Raydar,
I bought the 5.4 Triton this year and it isnt as nice as the 5.8. It dogged on pull aways especially getting on the freeway. My Avalanche would yank it like it wasnt there as did my old 1984 Bronco with a 302. Bronco got 10 miles to the gallon loaded or not. Rick B
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mm.. shes a cutie.. wonder if she digs Funky guys..


Naw, she was seen hangin with this tall polite tat-boy with the verdigris coiff

"Yea they were dancin an singin an moovin to the groovin......."
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Finally a unique shot. Thank you

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Finally a unique shot. Thank you



Trying to me more like you....

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Is this a prototype car or just a custom notchie?

I love the look of the pillar up to the roof being black, its very nice. I'm wondering if anyone has more pics of this car, and whether they know whos it is? Think I could paint the same parts on my notch black for the same look? Its a hardtop, I wonder if it'd still look as good.

Also, are those painted headlight doors or are those the munson ones? Looks like it's a nice clouded color, which is just top notch. Anyone know where you'd get the lens covers for those like that if those are the flushmounts?

Love this thread. TONS of ideas.

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Originally posted by MetroMatt:
Is this a prototype car or just a custom notchie?

I love the look of the pillar up to the roof being black, its very nice. I'm wondering if anyone has more pics of this car, and whether they know whos it is? Think I could paint the same parts on my notch black for the same look? Its a hardtop, I wonder if it'd still look as good.

Also, are those painted headlight doors or are those the munson ones? Looks like it's a nice clouded color, which is just top notch. Anyone know where you'd get the lens covers for those like that if those are the flushmounts?

Love this thread. TONS of ideas.



That is a custom notchie. The head lights are recessed. The black top is very subtle. I did not even notice it. You'll also notice the wrap around spoiler. This car does not have a spoiler in any other picture. The owner (I suspect) had just closed the rear deck and was holding it above the deck to see how it looked. I just happened to get the picture as he was doing it.

Bob

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Wow that car looks really good with that spoiler. I hope its going on there . Here's a picture from behind w/o spoiler.

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Originally posted by MetroMatt:

Is this a prototype car or just a custom notchie?

I love the look of the pillar up to the roof being black, its very nice. I'm wondering if anyone has more pics of this car, and whether they know whos it is?

Also, are those painted headlight doors or are those the munson ones?



The car belongs to mafv8 here on PFF. He had just purchased the whale tail and was mocking it up, hopefully he will get it installed soon and post some pics. The headlights were real, but I do not know whos kit they were. His car was quite clean and I liked the black roofline as well.

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Re: the trailering topic - I liked the mileage my car got (about 30mpg) but putting well over 5000 miles on my car, replacing a tire and getting an alignment in Janesville WI (bad roads, musta hit something on the way) and having a clutch malfunction in WY on the way home, plus the obvious vibration in the back end by the time we got home means some big expense before the 30th.

It DOES give me an excuse to put that 3800 in though .. hm ..

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Originally posted by MetroMatt:
Is this a prototype car or just a custom notchie?

I love the look of the pillar up to the roof being black, its very nice. I'm wondering if anyone has more pics of this car, and whether they know whos it is? Think I could paint the same parts on my notch black for the same look? Its a hardtop, I wonder if it'd still look as good.

Also, are those painted headlight doors or are those the munson ones? Looks like it's a nice clouded color, which is just top notch. Anyone know where you'd get the lens covers for those like that if those are the flushmounts?

Love this thread. TONS of ideas.



yes thats my car, the headlights were made by 'TOM' who was on the forum a few years ago, I added the seperate flush covers, probably from Kris Munson, can't really remember, when I first got the car it had no sunroof and it was painted black, looked as good that way. I was working on the spoiler today, preping for paint, I have already fitted it to the car and it looks good, I will probably get it painted red to match the car ?

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It looked pretty wicked in black though :P. I'm sure body color would look great as well.

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Okay, all 450 pictures are up!

Link again for those who may have missed it: http://smg.photobucket.com/.../25th%20Anniversary/
Password is: AmberTheGreat ( )
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Originally posted by Mister:

*snip*



A full panorama from the lounge on the 11th floor. (Taken late in the day, so a few spots are empty.)



*snip*


Really cool.. Wish i had known that the deck was open to the public.. i thought it was a room balcony at the time.. doh!

Almost got my car in that first picture.. another 10 feet..
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Originally posted by pumpkincarriage:

Okay, all 450 pictures are up!

Link again for those who may have missed it: http://smg.photobucket.com/.../25th%20Anniversary/
Password is: AmberTheGreat ( )


I get a 404?
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Originally posted by mafv8:


yes thats my car, the headlights were made by 'TOM' who was on the forum a few years ago, I added the seperate flush covers, probably from Kris Munson, can't really remember, when I first got the car it had no sunroof and it was painted black, looked as good that way. I was working on the spoiler today, preping for paint, I have already fitted it to the car and it looks good, I will probably get it painted red to match the car ?




I'd say keep the spoiler black, it totally complimented the roof clip, and looked ridiculously nice. That photo is actually my desktop background, at the moment anyway. Beautiful car.

I really do like the headlights, I like the idea of recessed headlights but dont like clear lenses, any chance you could figure out exactly where you got those smoked lenses? I'd only get the flushmounts if I could get those lenses with them.

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Originally posted by pumpkincarriage:

Okay, all 450 pictures are up!

Link again for those who may have missed it: http://smg.photobucket.com/.../25th%20Anniversary/
Password is: AmberTheGreat ( )


try this:
http://smg.photobucket.com/...o/25th%20Anniversary
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I'd say keep the spoiler black, it totally complimented the roof clip, and looked ridiculously nice. That photo is actually my desktop background, at the moment anyway. Beautiful car.

I really do like the headlights, I like the idea of recessed headlights but dont like clear lenses, any chance you could figure out exactly where you got those smoked lenses? I'd only get the flushmounts if I could get those lenses with them.


Actually the lenses are clear, the recessed headlamp buckets are black, so with the hood up you see the black buckets giving the impression of smoked lenses, but you could probably apply one of those tinted headlight paint kits to clear lenses without much trouble.
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Originally posted by pumpkincarriage:

Okay, all 450 pictures are up!

Link again for those who may have missed it: http://smg.photobucket.com/.../25th%20Anniversary/
Password is: AmberTheGreat ( )


I really want a copy of the video where you show my Gold over White DGP stage 2 with Freds PPG and Pauls Stage 4.., Any way to get a copy???? Thanks,,Rick B




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Originally posted by BobadooFunk:


mm.. shes a cutie.. wonder if she digs Funky guys..


In my next life I want to be you!


I actually just made it home. Drove ole Red 3,600 miles total, including 26 hours non-stop from NY with no issues. She's not a show winner, but she's a runner.





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Originally posted by CaliforniaSpeeder9:



Finally a unique shot. Thank you



wow i really like this one. cali, did you take it? is it gonna end up on your dA?

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Edit: I found more!



Standing out in a sea of red and yellow.
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Originally posted by americasfuture2k:


wow i really like this one. cali, did you take it? is it gonna end up on your dA?



Not my photo. I couldnt make it to the event I was too busy moving lol
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