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MADCURL: CHOPTOP #011 by Songman
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Man, that is a nice ride. I wish I knew how to post a picture of my 85 GT.

(WE BULID EXCITEMENT), FIERO OWNERS
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Originally posted by ZEPPELIN BLACK GT:

Man, that is a nice ride. I wish I knew how to post a picture of my 85 GT.

(WE BULID EXCITEMENT), FIERO OWNERS


Bottom of the page: Pennock's Image Poster. Load and follow instructions.

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Finally received the "Black Nickel" samples from American Chrome. At first glance I think the chrome is beautiful and unique. The samples where somewhat hard to visualize a entire face or rim lip dipped in black chrome. Anyway, I place the samples next to the polish rim and it looked good.

flash


no flash



The sample are darker than regular chrome. More Batman-ish.



Let is said, its hard to get a visual, but I'm dipping either the face or the phat rim lip.

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Originally posted by madcurl:

I initially was going to briefly install the chrome cat covers, but I got side track on the suspension (I'll get to that on Sunday). Anyway, what started off as a maybe less than 1- hr ended up being a 3-hr job. As usual the holes didn't line-up, re-drill, re-test, re-drill.


Today, I got a chance to tackle that pest of a bolt on the passenger side. I had to take the wheel off just to get to it, but I cleaned up some of the chrome, hehe.



Needed to loosen some of the bolts.

Cleaned-up some of the rear bling, hehe.

A pick for Tc7130 regarding the 19x7.5, 40 mm off-set using a 235/35/19 Nittos Neo Gen. I've used them on the Fiero (universal rims) and they tuck-in pretty good on the 88 too. They've been on troyboy's car too for HRE testing.




They stand pretty straight, but I wouldn't go less than a 235.


254/35/19 on a 19x7.5 40 mm


A bit of tire roll, but not much. The 8" width is required for 245, but I had them mounted.

IMO a 40 MM is too much tucked-in for rears. I'd use a 35 mm or 38 mm on a 88 Fiero.


Same wheels, but the fronts at that time where 225/35/19.

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Only 2-days remaining for July, I received my rolling stickers from the DMV. I accidently forgot to mail my check with the registration. I've been under a lot of pressure involving #020 hood, hehe.


I've been driving #011 on a regular basis and its all good.
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#011 fits!





Chrome cats;




I'll test #015 later.

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Yeah, I like Vanilla Coke and I got clearance.








Edit: Wheel; HRE 547. 19x8, 235/35/19 Toyo TR1, fully tucked, fully slammed, and fully powered steering (D1S).

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HRE 547 20x9.5


Minor work;





Thats the ticket!
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Hey, is that one of them lamborghinis ??

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Originally posted by exoticse:
Hey, is that one of them lamborghinis ??

hehehehe


Last Friday, a couple was tring to figure out what #011 was. I didn't hear the entire conversation, but caught the tail-end of it as I was exiting the untility building. I briefly parked the car and walked inside and as I was leaving the husband walked over to the car and peaked at the name on the hood. He kinda comfirmed it by nodding his head, "yeah its a ???" and she kinda looked, "Oh yeah?" either she was being corrected or suprised. As I entered the car they just looked somewhat stunned that the doors opened for the husband new what type of make, but the doors kinda and the slight rumble from the N* throw him for a loop. I was in front of the police station so I wanted to keep everything on the down low.

Later on that night, one of the local police in a SUV decided to follow me part-ways home. He'd come inclose to either run my plates or inclose for a better look and then fall back several feet. The officer continued to follow me for about a mile and I thought he was going to pull me over for I hadn't put the new tages on, but I had a few days left for July and it so happened that the DMV letter was inside the car.
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I peeked into the Archive room today. There I found original OEM items that were intended for #011 when it was a bubble top.




Carefully unwrapping it's cover I see the original GM Lexan sail windows.


I paid premium dollar for these puppies back in 1990 or so. I was frightened to see the price tag.


I guess it wasn't meet to be for they will remained wrapped in the vault until "stock" is apart of my vocabulary, hehe.


The Lexan code and # is still attached.

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After seeing #020 at Archie's, I decided to Have some late-night driving #011.





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Your car is absolutely sick, madcurl. I love silver and I love the fastbacks. I hope that mine will look that good when I'm done. I just need time and many more $$$$$$.
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November bump!

Finally, #011, #015, & #020 under one roof.





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Originally posted by madcurl:

November bump!

Finally, #011, #015, & #020 under one roof.






Ha ha! That's funny. I have the same JVC radio that I use at work. I love drowning everyone elses radios out with it especially when the play country music.....I just can't listen to it while at work, too depressing. The one in the right corner of the pic infront of the red Fiero. Sweet silver fastback. I have always loved that car.

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Madcurl,

Just wanted to say thanks for the inspiration. #11 is what pulled me back into fieros and out of diving into the lamborghini kit car game. When i saw this car i wanted to duplicate it exactly.

I have since decided against a copy and am planning my own tweeks. Judging by what you still have planned for #11 i still have a looooooong way to go to catch up. Keep on raising the bar,...we love it !

#11


#4


#11


#4


#4


#11


#4




P.S. i still have the raised wing stands, but am undecided on if i plan to go that route.

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Originally posted by exoticse:

Madcurl,

Just wanted to say thanks for the inspiration. #11 is what pulled me back into fieros and out of diving into the lamborghini kit car game. When i saw this car i wanted to duplicate it exactly. I have since decided against a copy and am planning my own tweeks. Judging by what you still have planned for #11 i still have a looooooong way to go to catch up. Keep on raising the bar,...we love it !

P.S. i still have the raised wing stands, but am undecided on if i plan to go that route.



Thanks.

IMO it's a tough call and it's best to wait until your car comes home before deciding on which way you want to go. Granted, you can always go either way using two deck lids.
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#11 is the hottest Fiero on the planet.
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I like the deck lid on #20 . Really really sweet!
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Originally posted by madcurl:

After seeing #020 at Archie's, I decided to Have some late-night driving #011.



The ride looks just stupid in this pic!

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From the archives; 2003 choptop pics.




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A 2009 bump!
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Curly,

Any word yet on a dellivery date or update for #11's next modifications??
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Curly,

Any word yet on a dellivery date or update for #11's next modifications??


Not yet. They're working on Clayton's 350Z hatch back. I was expecting to drive #011 for a quick spin, but it was snowing. Instead, I'm working on #020's dash.
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Man its a crazy feeling knowing that you live in the same city as madcurl with 3 choptops. My friends tell me all the time about a silver fiero with HRE wheels that they see driving around and i just laugh Soon Tehachapi will have some fast fieros when my 3800SC swap is finished and also when West Coast Fieros finishes David Deans Car with the 3800SC swap also. Hey curley i saw you over at the Fastrip one day in your Eclipse, i think you were putting some air in your tires. I was going to stop and say hi but the girlfriend was too busy complaining about me talking fieros so maybe another time. Good to see #011 is still turning heads and givng a good name to fieros.
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I have been in and out of Fieros since 1984 and I have to say, hands down, Curls silver one is the nicest one I have ever seen! Love that thing man!!!!
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Originally posted by daniel87fierogt:
Hey curley i saw you over at the Fastrip one day in your Eclipse, i think you were putting some air in your tires. I was going to stop and say hi but the girlfriend was too busy complaining about me talking fieros so maybe another time. Good to see #011 is still turning heads and givng a good name to fieros.



I remember that day. Those tax preparers ( in outfits) were standing on the corner waving people down. Actually, I was airing one of the HREs looking for a nail. Come to find out... the threaded valve stem was loose.

I look forward in viewing your 3800SC once it's finished.
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Monthly bump.

No updates or wide body modifications.
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Spring bump: Training Day.


I had move #011 out of the way for some spring cleaning. Just a quick wash from all of the dust from #015. That is all.



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Spring bump: Training Day.


I had move #011 out of the way for some spring cleaning. Just a quick wash from all of the dust from #015. That is all.


Do you have lighted side scoops? The pic looks like it

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Do you have lighted side scoops? The pic looks like it




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Since #011 has painted mirrors I needed to remove the bolt from #015. I couldn't find a tool remove it, so a pair of vice-grips will do.


I removed it without damaging the mirror, now let's see it I need to remove the old one.


Apparently, my paint guy didn't bother to replace the bolt.


I'm glad I didn't need a extractor-- only the threads were a bit worn so I just rethread it using the same bolt. All is good.


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Just like the mirror was bugging me (flopping around at 70mph) so too I needed to find out why my passenger window wouldn't roll up. Apparently the soldering connection broke.



I guess I'll be buying a soldering unit on Friday. Other-than-that, #011 is ready to roll for Memorial Day.
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I didn't have enough time to solder the wires. Oh well, maybe later.


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I didn't have enough time to solder the wires. Oh well, maybe later.


I finished late last night. Any casualties? A T-shirt with a pin-hole size burn with a matching size burn on my left shoulder.

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Okay, this paper needs to go!



My work car has a thick plastic door lining. I found this a Home Depo;





although #011 has Dynamate on the floor, I never had it installed on the doors. Oh well, this well do since I have become use to using the paper (piece of crap!). Besides, I don't want the additional weight on the VDC doors.


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I don't know why I didn't do this a long time ago. That crappy 25 yr old paper had to go! Plastic lining befits our Fieros. If it's good enough on the outside of the car, then it's good enough for the interior lining of the door.



Done;


As for sound deadening I doubt it will have a dramatic effect, but anythings better than paper. At least it will keep some of the cold air out.

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Bump. I've been driving #011 lately and enjoying every moment. I finally parked the car along side the house. I had better pics but I lost them.



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Gawd that is a hot car!

Will it be ar WestFest?

Cordially,
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time out for cleaning;








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