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Post a pic of your Fiero taken Today by NCTyphoonKid
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First time I've actually had it on a dirt road- but I was on my way to check out another Fiero.
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Nice fall photo!
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Caffeine and octane Saturday morning, only Fiero there, parked across from a bunch of C8 corvettes to show them where thier cars came from.


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Finally got a garage.
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84, sbc V8, 88 trailer
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Bought an absolutely ruined '88 Formula for parts. I'm not entirely sure what happened to it (but the rear wheels and half of the subframe were almost under the seats). A sawzall and a 4Runner made pretty short work of the engine removal.

Anyway, it has a 5 speed Getrag and a perfect interior. Too bad the previous owner absolutely destroyed most of the rear body panels. Not a single piece of this thing will go to further waste, I promise! I think the only salvageable rear suspension component is the sway bar. Front subframe actually looks okay.

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Added AF gage to help in tuning AED HO 750 double pumper

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Taken last May, film developed last month, scanned tonight
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Got this off my phone last night. End of October with everybody out of the garage so I could put up some more paneling in the new garage.
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Not taken "Today", but it's a heckuva lot more recent than some of the photos being posted. This was Dec 30, the day after a seven inch snowfall. My Formula and JDM Subie...

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...film developed last month, scanned tonight


What do you scan your negatives/slides with? I was supposed to go pick up an Epson V600 today, but after not driving my Formula for a week during a cold snap, the engine started overheating just a few blocks from home. I'm more worried about the car now than getting the scanner!
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^I run an Epson V800, does good enough of a job that I make fine art prints from the scans. I had a V600 beforehand, if you shoot film on the regular or plan to scan a lot of it: the V700/800 has a larger upper scan bed transparency scanner.

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...if you shoot film on the regular or plan to scan a lot of it: the V700/800 has a larger upper scan bed.


Both the V700 and V800 are very nice scanners, and the additional step-up in price over the V600 reflects that. I haven't shot film in years since going digital, but I have a lot of 35mm slides and negatives from when I was still shooting in that format. I also have a lot of 120 negatives taken with my parent's old Brownie Hawkeye when I was a kid. I'd like to try the V600, and see if I'm satisfied with the results. The idea of scanning these old negatives and bringing them back to life quite excites me, as many of the old color prints (dating back to the 60's with the 120 negs) have badly deteriorated over time.
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I shoot mostly 120 film in the 6x9 and 6x6 formats between a Mamiya Universal rig and an older Rolleiflex TLR. 35mm negatives to a slightly lesser extent, slides only really when I'm digitizing archival (found) images. The V600 scan quality is fine, I used it for scanning bleached Polaroid negatives for a minute. But for the sake of bulk scanning I'd definitely say the upgrade justifies the price, even if you went hunting for one gently used. On the V600 you'll be limited to scanning one strip of 120, two strips of 35mm negatives, or four mounted slides at a time.

I'd also recommend upgrading scan adapters, the ones Epson provides are hilariously flimsy and pretty useless at keeping especially 120 film flat. I use the Lomography holders.

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I sometimes "scan" negatives using a DSLR and macro lens, and convert them into positives afterward. Super easy to do in B&W but not so much in color. I used something called Film Lab pro for this one (photo is from 2003).



A DX-format DSLR might be OK for scanning a 35mm negative, but maybe not quite as good on 120.... The sensor is like 1/10th the size! It would eventually get pixellated if blown up to a big print.
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I'd also recommend upgrading scan adapters, the ones Epson provides are hilariously flimsy and pretty useless at keeping especially 120 film flat. I use the Lomography holders.


Yes, I'd read that the original Epson film holders are pretty bad. I guess I'll be able to find out first hand as I just got back from picking up the V600 that I was was supposed to get yesterday when my Formula overheated. Purchased it from a couple who had bought it and never used it. Great deal, still sealed in the box! Looking forward to taking this baby for a test drive.
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I sometimes "scan" negatives using a DSLR and macro lens, and convert them into positives afterward... I used something called Film Lab pro for this one.


Are you referring to Negative Film Lab Pro? I just watched a demo of it Here. The guy has a... different approach to presenting a video.
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Are you referring to Negative Film Lab Pro? I just watched a demo of it Here. The guy has a... different approach to presenting a video.



LOL That guy certainly sounds enthusiastic!

The program I used was called filmlabapp dot com. No lightroom or other software needed. I only used it a couple times but then the free preview ended. I might have to actually pay for it if I get any more color negatives.
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LOL That guy certainly sounds enthusiastic!


From looking at his eyes (which he seems to be having trouble keeping open), I'd say he's a stoner. Maybe smokin' up a little bit too often.
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My 85 GT as of last Sunday.
What you don’t see is that in this very spot it had been sitting up on jackstands for a good 3+ months while I sorted out all the brake issues.
Man, it feels good to have the wheels back on the ground again.
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My 85 GT as of last Sunday.
What you don’t see is that in this very spot it had been sitting up on jackstands for a good 3+ months while I sorted out all the brake issues.
Man, it feels good to have the wheels back on the ground again.
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Just got my 84 out of winter hibernation
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I saw the chipmunks came out from winter hibernation last week, but thought its still too early for my Fiero, lol
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In need of my garage ‘ hopefully this snow will melt soon 😳 .

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Nice, Robert. What wheels are those?
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Nice, Robert. What wheels are those?


Thx my good man 👍 ‘ these are my original 13 dark gray turbo wheels that came with the fiero . They have been power coasted gold 😉 . I also run some 15 inch .

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Beautiful day for a ride!!
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