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Who has the best looking NOTCHBACK ? by dozol
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I'm definitely diggin the black Formula with the wheels. That thing is so clean!! I love it.

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Originally posted by Greg Z:

hard to compare with the other cars on here, but here's my contribution.

What did you lower your front end with? I like your cars stance

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What did you lower your front end with? I like your cars stance


i cut the factory springs. i took 2.5 coils outs and i love it. i planned on going back and taken another coil out of the back, just haven't done it yet

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that catylitic converter looks like a live axle chrome or aluminum center cover

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This car would be the absolute ultimate if it was modded to use a fastback rear deck lid and GT tail lights.
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Here's my three

I vote for this one

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Originally posted by doublec4:

What did you lower your front end with? I like your cars stance

kinda like this?

front springs cut 1.5 coils rears cut 1 coil (no lose coils anywhere - rides like lowering springs)

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kinda like this?

front springs cut 1.5 coils rears cut 1 coil (no lose coils anywhere - rides like lowering springs)

Yeah kinda like that...

I have eibach lowering springs which I've been happy with but I sort of want my front end an inch lower.

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Originally posted by doublec4:

Yeah kinda like that...

I have eibach lowering springs which I've been happy with but I sort of want my front end an inch lower.

to get one more inch i'd recommend drop spindals or rodney dicmans drop ball joints

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to get one more inch i'd recommend drop spindals or rodney dicmans drop ball joints

I just had the ball joints replaced last summer, but those are both options I've been looking into

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heres a different angle where the shadow in the wheelwell is not so noticeable.

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Couple more of my car from last September.

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Couple more of my car from last September.

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Wow, I love that car!

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that catylitic converter looks like a live axle chrome or aluminum center cover

AWWWW Supra tails was my idea for my 88 coupe, darn, now I am going to have to put a Vette rearend on it.

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Us Notchie guys can't be stuck way down on the list while the F/B's are on page 1.
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Here is a pic of my car.

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The way mine is now.
Not for long
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First Post!!!

My dad (Cheever3000) should be picking this up on Sunday and bringing it to me next Wednesday.
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1987 SE

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4-cyl, 5-spd, spoiler, performance sound, sunroof, manual windows, manual locks, manual mirrors, rear decklid release, no rear def., no cruise, dual twin pipe exhaust

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That is a really nice notchie. is it an 84? I almost bought one a while back that looked identical to that one except that paint wasn't as nice. Do you have anymore pictures of it?

-Jonny-

 
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First Post!!!

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A right hand drive fiero
Mine one of the best in Australia.
Thats what I would like to think
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I'm getting closer...



(Actually, it's in primer now)

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I'm getting closer...



(Actually, it's in primer now)




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Patience, Grasshopper.
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If you buy the front spoiler from FieroWarehouse, and modify to suit your taste,
it would come close.

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That is a really nice notchie. is it an 84? I almost bought one a while back that looked identical to that one except that paint wasn't as nice. Do you have anymore pictures of it?

-Jonny-


Yes it's an 84! i only have one other pic of it since the owner just agreed to sell it. It's not even in my posession yet.

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Patience, Grasshopper.


I've seen Fieros that looked worse turned around. Grasshopper shall practice patience, will even stop drinking caffine to help him do so.
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I do like those wheels on tesmith66's project. What are they?
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I do like those wheels on tesmith66's project. What are they?


17x7 ADR Formula 5. They are no longer available, though Got them last year off ebay for $350 shipped They are 48mm offset, but the 11.25" brake swap and some 8mm wheel spacers (cut from old rear rotors) will fix that. The factory Fiero lug nuts and covers fit perfectly, so I didn't have to get any special hardware.

The tires are 225/45R-17 Kuhmo Ecsta 711

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