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86 GT/T refab by nosaint
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Report this Post02-20-2010 04:08 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nosaintSend a Private Message to nosaintEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
As some of you may or may not know I purchased a 86 GT last year and then promptly parked it for the winter. This is the first somewhat already done car I have ever bought. Most of the hard stuff is already finished but not to my standards. So this summer I'm going to start playing and modifying!

First, here is a pic of the car


First project is the door panels. The PO must have done them pretty quickly and it showed. Since I already had one panel off this is where I'll start. Here is a pic of the old and the new.



After reading a ton of post on all the cool ideas other Fiero owners have done I came upon the Trans Am conversion. This was of real interest since I have a Trans Am dash, console and panels sitting in my shop. But in the end I decided to start on a little smaller scale and maybe come back to that one.

The top of the door panels remains stock except for the addtion of a painted wooden dowel in the crease painted im my orange accent color. I fabbed up a new panel made of 1/4 MDF for the lower door panel. I drilled holes and glued some smal bolts in the panel so that I could attach it to the factory panel. Shaped it to match the contour and then covered it in some diamond mesh vinyl and bolted it on. The old carpet was removed and new carpet was glued on the edges only.









The panel does look a little plain but I still may add a door pod for a speaker or map pockets. And for a finishing touch I have ordered some orange welting to add around the edges of the new wooden panel. This is from Mr. Mikes and will match my seats which should be in by summer. On to the pics...




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Very slick! I hope you won't mind if I steal and slightly modify the idea for mine?
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Report this Post02-21-2010 12:24 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Pete MatosSend a Private Message to Pete MatosEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Dude, that car is already badass!!! Looks like Darth Vaders car..... Let them Go Stay on the leader.... the force is strong with this one..... ( insert cool Darth Vader breathing sounds).... peace
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one of two of the coolest fiero's i have ever seen. don't change it. it is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Report this Post02-21-2010 03:27 AM Click Here to See the Profile for exoticseClick Here to Email exoticseSend a Private Message to exoticseEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Sweet !! I had just pm Nosaint a few days back regarding the latest on his GT.

Glad to see you start a build thread on this gorgeous ride.

I agree with most, not a lot needs done to this car, it is simply jaw dropping as is !

Definatly one of my favorite fieros on the entire forum ! Reminds me of this bad@ss one i saw a looooong time ago.

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Originally posted by timcha:

Very slick! I hope you won't mind if I steal and slightly modify the idea for mine?


heck no but pass on the idea with pics!

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sorry dude but now Im gonna clone that car in the original post in this topic
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Report this Post03-04-2010 01:14 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nosaintSend a Private Message to nosaintEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
almost final design.
Mr. Mikes orange welting around the lower panel and of course my painted dowel doesnt match...
Cant seem to capture the nice contrast between the black, orange and grey with the camera but it looks pretty sharp for real.








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Report this Post03-13-2010 03:10 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nosaintSend a Private Message to nosaintEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
spent some time working on the speaker pod idea and came up with this..not sure it goes with the rest of the door panel, shoot me your thoughts.



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Report this Post03-13-2010 03:49 PM Click Here to See the Profile for TommyRockerClick Here to Email TommyRockerSend a Private Message to TommyRockerEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Beautiful car, I'm not sure how you could improve the exterior. As for the speaker pods, I think the would look better without the tweeter part jutting off. Or, it would be cool if it kind of mirrored the shape of the armrest/handle. might be a challenge tho. Seriously, I love your car, its my favorite....what are those wheels? ok, time for a cold shower....
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Report this Post03-13-2010 09:08 PM Click Here to See the Profile for rileySend a Private Message to rileyEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I think it would look better with the correct door handle installed. j/k. but really my first thoughts were that the tweeter should be along the front edge of the door panel, then I realized that the dash is probably there so you had to move it. My next thought was that the speaker looked to be sending sound into the feet of the people in the car and not towards their ears. It looks like you made a pocket to hold items in which I though was really good use of space and tied the whole panel together nicely. I also really like the orange around the black. Two questions for you 1. What size of speaker is that made for and 2. When can I send you my panels to get done?
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Report this Post03-13-2010 09:28 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nosaintSend a Private Message to nosaintEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
These are actually the pods from my 4th gen TA door panels I had in my shop that i was going to use to convert my 86 Trans Am...thats not going to happen so i shortened them up and molded in the speaker ring. It does have a cup holder and I left enough room for a map pocket of sorts. Placement is definatley not the best but its gotta be better than stock? Was going to ditch the rears and use and adapter for 5 1/4 in the dash and doors

They are currently painted the same as the door handle surround, maybe covered in vinyl or painted black might make it blend better.

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Report this Post04-28-2010 06:09 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nosaintSend a Private Message to nosaintEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Finally got around to getting the Fiero into my work bay, starting with a quick polish/clean then on to bigger and better things.






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Damn !

Hands down one of the sexiest fieros on the forum !

Nosaint you are making me contemplate taking on a project i don't need to be starting right now !
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I <3 that car.

Wheels,
wingless,
stance,
sex appeal,

All of the above, check

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Nosaint, i know you have mentioned the wheel size, and brand before, but my question is what size are the tires ?

That car has the perfect fiero stance.
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Report this Post05-03-2010 08:46 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nosaintSend a Private Message to nosaintEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Wheels are MRR GT1 Front-8.5"-235/35/19 Rear-9.5"-265/30/19

Few more updates since I was able to move some cars out of storage and get the Fiero in the work bay.. First one is LED brake light. 2 pics one old and one new. Final position of the LED will be a bit higher






Some interior work. Redid headliner in black, redid rear firewall, painted all trim black, and redyed carpet black.






and lastly, always hated how on one side of the car there is a scoop and other side was bare....so I had a scoop lying around for years just waiting for an application. Basically just did it for looks but in the back of my mind I hope to mount the intercooler in behind...someday.....







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Odd scoop. What did come from? Looks pretty good!

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first gen MR2

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I like your creativity!
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Mikey likes it!

(the whole car, including the scoop and door panels, is badass)
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I love the door panels!
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One of the CLEANEST Fieros I have ever seen... Very nice.

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The MR2 scoop looks kinda funny on there, mostly just 'cause it's totally square and the Fiero totally isn't, everything's angled. BUT, doesn't stop it being awesome - gonna make the other side match?

Looks purdy, seriously sexy car.
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I like it!

Since the aftermarket is so small, lots of Fiero mods end up being repeated over and over.
Yours is different.

Did I mention that I like it?

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Thanks guys, would love to do the vent on the other side but have to check the clearance on that side on whether the scoop can be rotated.

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so i was talking to another board member about how the wheels fits my car....seems its a bit tougher than i thought
Found out it has ground control coil overs and 85 - 90 Grand Am rotors and calipers...another odd thing its that it has been converted to 114.3 bolt pattern. Can one of you experts explain to me what exactly he would have done to do that?
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Hmmmm,..not sure why the previous owner would have changed the bolt pattern,..those wheels are available in the same size in the fiero bolt pattern.
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i did some searching and found alot on 5x120.7 conversion but not the 5x114.3 conversion.
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Hmmmm,..not sure why the previous owner would have changed the bolt pattern,..those wheels are available in the same size in the fiero bolt pattern.


And what is the offset for both the front and rears? I need a set of these wheels for my Fiero. Got the size from up earlier in this post but need offsets. Pleeeeeeeaaaaase!
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on the MRR site there is no listing for a 5x100 GT1 in 19 x 9.5
I will get that info in a few days. To run this setup you need coil overs, and a new hub. This stance also uses about 4mm spacers.

I wonder if he just drilled out the hub to the new bolt pattern?

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I was mistaken i saw the fronts, but not the rears.

http://www.mrrwheels.com/gt1.html
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on the MRR site there is no listing for a 5x100 GT1 in 19 x 9.5
I will get that info in a few days. To run this setup you need coil overs, and a new hub. This stance also uses about 4mm spacers.

I wonder if he just drilled out the hub to the new bolt pattern?



I found that size here but not sure about the offset. http://www.erzperformance.c...p?ProductCode=mmrgth

$244 each for 19x9.5 5x100mm and 42 offset and for the fronts 19x8.5 5x100mm and 35 offset
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5x114.3... I could see how that'd be sorta handy, but not on a Fiero - that's more common as Japanese RWD pattern, common with the RX7, Supra and Skyline...
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so some news, rims are not 114.3...they are both 5 x 100 just like they are suppose to be. Why would a rim company stamp a rim with 114.3 on the back if its not?

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one small step today...1 LED marker installed

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Report this Post06-07-2010 06:21 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nosaintSend a Private Message to nosaintEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Finished up with the C4 seats today. They are not perfect but they are still better than my alternatives. Would like to redo in cloth but thats further down the line. Few pics:




While I was stealing all the parts of my Trans Am, the momo had to go!


And one last one of the finished calipers. Stipped the previous emblem and added the Fiero GT script.


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Nice car! Got any engine bay pics?
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nothing pic worthy..

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