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Any REAL interest in a widebody kit? by Archie
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Originally posted by Racer_JT:

I am very interested in a set of them as soon as possible.
Thanks
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Sounds good. Any idea on what type of rear rims (size) you're planning on using?
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Archie any plans for the front end? I'm interested! Any one else interested in a entire widebody kit from Archie ?

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Archie any plans for the front end? I'm interested! Any one else interested in a entire widebody kit from Archie ?



An Archie/Curly full widebody kit? Sounds like a plan
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...when this thread started i didnt want a widebody cause of the money....now...i can hear my wallet crying. ..i need to start saving .

-Kaleb

p.s.-not saying that its not a good price..it is...its just a little bit over my budget..which is exactly why i'm startin to save some money
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I think I'm mostly interested in the kit as you've presented it so far. If you offer a front-end thats to-die-for then my budget might change.

I'd be a bit concerned about spacing the wheels out on the front, and getting that 'steering swing' from having the offset be so extreme. The wider A-arms might be required...which is a hidden cost to the whole project beyond the fiberglass. Its easier to get away with on the back.

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A front widebody kit seems like the thing to do. If you want the back, seems pretty natural that you would want a front kit as well.

It's cool to see so many people interested, however I think you will see a real spike in intrest once Curly's car is out and about.

Seeing is believing. I think this kit and car will make many a believer !
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A front widebody kit seems like the thing to do. If you want the back, seems pretty natural that you would want a front kit as well.

It's cool to see so many people interested, however I think you will see a real spike in intrest once Curly's car is out and about.

Seeing is believing. I think this kit and car will make many a believer !


Remember that Curly's front is Norm's Fiberglass Tilt front end... Not the same. IMO for the more stock Fiero look you would need to go the Doug's Fiero Warehouse IMSA front end and modify it but thats going to cost $$$$ in R&D. This is the advantage with the Mad-Archie (marchie) kit. The R&D is already done for the rear and it's affordable. Just working on my (R&D) C5 Lemans headlight project was not cheap, costing too much and frustrating, thats why I ended it. When I read other user Biatching about the cost of Archies rear end that it's price is high, I just laugh... They don't realize the time in Research & Development and the money that fly out. People you are getting a deal with the Mad-Archie (marchie) kit!

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A little update......

After several days of finish sanding & shaping on the car, the rear bumper is getting closer to being ready to take molds off of.

The 1st part of that process is to spray on Dura-Tech.







Then a couple of long days of sanding, waxing, buffing & polishing.... all this followed up by about 6 layers of wax before it's ready to start making molds.

It's in the mold room now but here are a few pictures from the last few days.....




(Nice hat Dude, you look like some kinda FBI agent)



We've already shown the mold making process on the Rocker Panels. Does anyone want see the same process again on the rear bumper?

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Go for it Archie!
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haha you shouldnt have to ask that question

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Originally posted by exoticse:


It's cool to see so many people interested, however I think you will see a real spike in intrest once Curly's car is out and about. Seeing is believing. I think this kit and car will make many a believer !



Yes. If the, "Arch Rival" appears at the Dells....The "Genie" would therefor be out of the bottle. The blending of the two, (FieroWarehouse front + Arch-rivalism) would be one heck of a Fiero.

 
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Remember that Curly's front is Norm's Fiberglass Tilt front end... Not the same. IMO for the more stock Fiero look you would need to go the Doug's Fiero Warehouse IMSA front end and modify it but thats going to cost $$$$ in R&D. This is the advantage with the Mad-Archie (marchie) kit. The R&D is already done for the rear and it's affordable. getting a deal with the Mad-Archie (marchie) kit!




The question remaining is.....who's going to be the first?

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Here we go again......

Here is the buck with some of the flange walls in place. These will create the flanges where the multipiece mold bolts together.

They don't have to be pretty, they just have to work.





Can you guess why this is on there?





The buck was sprayed in Gel-Coat & let sit overnight. Then the next morning Mark & Kris started laying layers of fiberglass over the buck to form the mold.



Here it has 7 heavy layers of glass matt & some reinforcing built into it.



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Hopefully it will cure overnight then we can make all of the other 3 pcs of the mold tomorrow.





The problem with most people who make Fiberglass molds & parts is that they breath too many of the fumes.....



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The problem with most people who make Fiberglass molds & parts is that they breath too many of the fumes.....



Archie


What? - no respirators. That must be fun.

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Have to be creaful, tumors are real.

Work looks great still interested in seeing final kit.
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What? - no respirators. That must be fun.



You get used to it, you become one with the smell...
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ROFLMAO!!!!

The sad part is he really does look like that!
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Hey Archie, how many man-hours do you think it took for the rear bumber to get to this point?
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You get used to it, you become one with the smell...


What about the scratching?

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There is no scratching when you lay fiberglass, but when you trim the parts, you better be wearing long sleeves! I actually found that taking a SCORCHING hot shower helps...
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There is no scratching when you lay fiberglass, but when you trim the parts, you better be wearing long sleeves! I actually found that taking a SCORCHING hot shower helps...



Use the clear heavy duty Scotch packaging tape. Are you the only person working the fiberglass?

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Use the clear heavy duty Scotch packaging tape. Are you the only person working the fiberglass?



Not sure I follow you on the tape, and Im not the only one thats surrenders to the hells of fiberglassing!
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Not sure I follow you on the tape, and Im not the only one thats surrenders to the hells of fiberglassing!


The tape is used to remove stubburn particles that are embedded into the skin. The sticky tape is used to remove them. Granted..just like a girl getting a bikini wax, you'll loose some arm hairs in the process, hehe..
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Cool, I'll give it a shot. Anythings better than laying in bed at night trying to sleep when all you can do is itch itch itch!
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I have used the tape method for stubborn stuff, with success.

After twenty-plus years of itching, I grew tired of it and came up with the following method:

    *Long sleeve, heavy, button-up, shirt and extra pair of pants over my "real" work clothes. I don't care how hot it is, I suit up like this; and would rather sweat profusely than itch like that again.
    *Long, latex, gloves pulled up over the sleeves of the shirt.
    *Dust mask for sanding/grinding. (Chemical respirator for lay-up)
    *Eye protection - nothing worse than something in your eye you can't see to get out)
    *Full paper, throw-away, painter's suit for heavy sanding/grinding.
    *Last but not least - shop vac in left hand/cutting tool in right. If I need both hands on the cutting tool, I have a second pair of hands to man the vac, or vice versa - whichever keeps the most dust out of the air. I can usually catch everything with the shop vac, leaving nothing in the air. The "space suit" is for the times I miss.


This has worked really well for me, and it is very rare for me to finsh and itch. Usually I have no physical evidence of having been involved with the evil itchmaster I am always doing some type of fiberglass work too.

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Originally posted by Archie:

Can you guess why this is on there?





To give people something extra to sand off before they install it? LOL J/K

I am assuming it's an attempt to keep people from copying and selling "your" creation.

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i know this is wierd but if you get some pantyhose and wash yourself wit it in the shower it pulls out the fiberglass---dont ask how i found that out.haha----

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p.s.-respirators are for wimps=D

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Can you guess why this is on there?





i dunno but i think you should start putting logos and stuff like that on your parts...IMO you have the kind of name fiero owners dont mind having on their car...and if they dont want it on their car they could jus ask you to not put it on their part but i wouldnt mind my car sayin "v8 archie" somewhere on it as long as its subtle...

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Well today we removed the new bumper mold from the "Buck" & it looks pretty good. We need to wax & polish the mold several times & we'll be ready to take the 1st part out of the mold.

Here are a few pictures of the main part of the 4 pc. mold.





Here are a few pics of Kris & Mark taking the mold apart.....





You may have noticed our new environmental control suits.

We shopped around & couldn't find ones we liked so we made our own. We used parts supplied by hinkley Springs, U-Line & Big Joe's Butt Crack Plumbing Supplies.

The new suits have seemed to slow Kris down a little bit. Mark can still work the same speed as he worked before he put on the suit, I don't think he could have slowed down any more anyway.

I think Kris looks a lot better now that he's wearing the new suit.





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^^^ dude, that's just mesed up lol

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I guess they'll be no smoking inside that suit, hehe.


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Since he's wearing a robot suit and gloves, can he do the moon walk?
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We got our ventilation system all fired up today & the guys made the 1st part out of the new widebody rear bumper mold.

We'll be popping the part out of the mold tomorrow. Stay tuned & ignore that light headed feeling your getting.



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We took the 1st rear bumper out of the mold today. It turned out pretty good, here's what it looks like.













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Hey Archie....that kit is looking bad-ass.....when do you guys start on the rear quarters??

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Hey Archie....that kit is looking bad-ass.....when do you guys start on the rear quarters??



Thanks

We are going to be doing a bunch of finish sanding on the fenders & doors prior to the Dells Show. Then right after that show, we are going to be prepping them to pull molds off of them. So the answer is, right after the dells show.

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I'm biased but, I sure love the idea of removing the 80's upper black bumber from the rear and how it is (now 2000 style-ish) intergated with the hips.


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