A few pics of a really cool Fiero/Lambo. The proportions are so pretty...
I will tell you this, she is a great looking car. I hear that she is getting an interior upgrade? Can't wait to see it.
The reason for the makeshift cover by FieroKing, was due to the snow? Global warming my as......... And not everyone in the Inland Northwest wears flanel. But, if I had that car, I would rock a ballerina outfit!
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Posts: 42238 From: Southern MN Registered: May 2007
Wow... very nice lines on the Murci. I love it. The windshield top to door glass top to sail panel line is really sleek. I've seen a factory Porche that had been done like this back in the 80's (I think it was called the Superamerica or something) but it looked too much like Bayliner boat. While this Muci has the same idea with the sweeping glass line, it pulls it off without giving you the sensation you should be weighing anchor to park it! Just what are the door windows from anyways? I'll be interested to see the new interior too... I can see why he wasn't happy with the dash, but the rest looks good from these shots.
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Posts: 8373 From: Coeur d' alene Idaho USA Registered: Apr 2001
The windows and door interiors are from a sebring. The interior of the doors is already changed out to a lambo style. The windows are still solid mounted sebring. So many things to do on this car. I need to do power windows, install the held wide suspension with 13" rotors and wilwood calipers. I had it in a shop this winter getting a removeable one piece top being built but that hasn't gone too well. I think that a turbo ls4 with a 300m input shaft and bigger chain on the 4t65ehd would be real nice in there. The 350 vortec has already eaten one isuzu tranny. Next winter I hope to get started on installing the suspension, brakes, and a new 4t65ehd. I definitely don't want it to be down for this summer. Coeur d'alene is a gorgeous lake city and the perfect place to spend the summer with this car.
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Posts: 20794 From: The Inland Northwest Registered: Dec 2008
Coeur d'alene is a gorgeous lake city and the perfect place to spend the summer with this car.
That is so very true. There is definately some head turning driving through that beautiful community.
I did not lie. This car has awesome curb appeal. There are a few things, but overall an excellent piece of eye candy. You do not see cars like that around these parts everyday. It has to look like a spaceship driving down I90?