I was wondering about fiero fiberglass. I have side scoops coming from him, so am hoping they are great, but also looking for input on the air intake connectivity.
I have seen pics of Amida's nose. Perhaps someone could post a pic here. A haven't heard of Paul Angel. Perhaps a pic or link?
Paul Angle does custom fiberglass work and also sometimes paints vehicles. He has molded a new bumper for one of my Meras and has done a show quality paint job on two different vehicles. Both of them have won best of class at car shows.
Amida/Rob Kusakabe also needs to be added to the list for custom interiors. I have one of his F355 interiors and the workmanship is OEM Ferrari or better. I understand that his other interiors are equally good and have seen install threads on one of them (G1?) that are really nice. Here is a link to my installation of his F355 interior in a 1988 Mera. That really woke the car up and certainly contributed to its "Best of Class" win at the Ocala, FL All GM Show at Silver springs.
I added some links and vendors. PM me if these aren't correct.
I'm sorry, Snapperhead. Got yours now, too. My fault.
I made a guess for doubleC4.
We're still short some vendors.
Thanks for the add!
I've been keeping an eye on this thread to see if I would receive any feedback. I hope everyone has been satisfied with my service I don't feel like I've ever done wrong by anyone on here, so hopefully someone can chime in with some positive feedback to back me up
Also, I have several products available now including flushmount headlights, LED tail lights (for both notch and GT), and brake brackets. Link to my website is in my signature.
While I have never purchased from doublec4 I can honestly say from the time I have spent around his car that his products are great and he is a good guy to deal with
I can also speak for Dan's work. He's completed the engine/transmission swap on my car and it's been great for a number of years now without issue. Dan also goes out of his way for others and is an honest guy. Give him a + on my behalf please.
I started reading this thread thinking I really haven't purchased that much stuff for my Fiero. Yea right.....
Russ88ttop-Good communication and GREAT quality work. Love the floor mats and custom door panels I purchased. Would recommend him everytime.
Danyel- Good communication, really nice guy, and I love his ideas and products. Purchased his led side marker lights which I love and highly recommend and right now im installing the low profile bucket lights. They are beautiful. Always answers pms and just a standup Canadian brother.
Fierostore-always send me what I need quickly. They get an A from me.
Rodney Dickman- another great tried and true vendor. A+
TLG-Auto-love what they are doing. Have had great experiences buy from them! Wouldn't hesitate again!
Mr. Mikes-Bought the leather covers second hand so I can only speak to the product itself, but my goodness!!! Seriously one of the parts of my Fiero I am most proud of. They are spectacular! I can't state enough how awesome these seats are.
Hardpact- Front marker covers. Haven't installed them yet but was very upfront about what his product offered and I've been very satisfied with communication and the quality of the product so far.
I'd say my experience with Fiero vendors has been a good one
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I have been working on reproduction stickers for the Fiero since around February of 2010 after gauging interest in them in THIS THREAD. I am happy to say that they are finally ready! I have done so much research, and tested & tried a ton of different types of printers, materials, laminates, vinyl's, plastic sheeting, card-stock and techniques. I have also spent many, MANY hours meticulously re-creating each of the stickers in Photoshop. The stickers are not just scans or photos of the original stickers, but complete recreations, from scratch. I scanned the original stickers at 1200 DPI and used them as a background layer in Photoshop. I then recreated the diagrams and fonts to align perfectly over the top of the original. There are over 17 different fonts used on the Fiero's stickers! The end result is a sticker, that is an exact copy of the original in every way, and of the highest resolution. This process has been very time consuming. Just creating the 88 emissions sticker took a total of 12 hours to complete, and is comprised of over 100 layers in Photo Shop.
One of the advantages of doing the stickers in layers, is that they can be customized. If you have different wheels / tires on your car, I can put the correct information on the door sticker to reflect your cars changes.
You can see the individual stickers, as well as purchase them at FieroStuff.com
You will not get just a sheet of vinyl with images on it... You will receive all of the stickers that have been precision cut on an electronic dye cutting machine. When you receive them, they are ready to peel and stick. [/b]
I am offering the entire set of stickers for $30 (including the jacking instructions), or just the jacking instructions sheet by itself for $10.
I got a PM from someone yesterday asking about the size of the jacking instructions sheet. They had ordered one in the past from another member that used to sell them quite some time ago. When he went to install it, it was too large to fit, and a lot of trimming had to be done. The one I have recreated, is the same size as the original stock one. I have one installed on my car, and it fit perfectly in the allocated space under the front hood. There are 2 variations of this sticker, one for the old style 1984 jack, and the one for all newer Fiero's. You will receive the correct one with your order, depending on the year of your Fiero.
Are the vendors of the 15- and 20-LED side markers still around? Anyone have any experience with these?
Danyel produces an exceptional LED side marker set. I think he has been mentioned already. If not, I have them and they are fantastic
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