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Finale Roadster, The Build by Archie
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any more info on the car? any newer pics?
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The car is undergoing it's final paint job. The paint that we sprayed for Fierorama was a really quick job to get the car to the show looking good, but it's being completely redone. It'll be ready for pictures next weekend.

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Just curious Archie,...

If a person ever wanted to do just a fiero roadster and have you do the bracing like you did on this roadster, would you do that ?

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Just curious Archie,...

If a person ever wanted to do just a fiero roadster and have you do the bracing like you did on this roadster, would you do that ?

I'm sure we could do that. It would be best if the donor chassis had the body panels & interior completely removed before it got to our place.

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Hey Archie,

Are you selling the waterfall and b-pillar covers yet?
They look beautiful and would save me a ton of time on my roadster project.
Even if they're not available yet, what price range would they be?

Thanks,
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Hey Archie,

Are you selling the waterfall and b-pillar covers yet?
They look beautiful and would save me a ton of time on my roadster project.
Even if they're not available yet, what price range would they be?

Thanks,
Ryan

We'll get the molds off of those parts as soon as we get back from Daytona.

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Just curious Archie,...

If a person ever wanted to do just a fiero roadster and have you do the bracing like you did on this roadster, would you do that ?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Archie:


I'm sure we could do that. It would be best if the donor chassis had the body panels & interior completely removed before it got to our place.

Archie


Hmmmm,.......?


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I thought I should finish out this thread with some pictures of the finished car.......... You can find more info on the finishing of this build in the later pages of the What's up at Archie's thread //www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/024804.html

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wow just old f**king wow,,,just looking for the last few pics..wow SUPER JOB archie

u know when u see something and ur first reaction is strange stomach laugh because u just cant find the words?

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all that plastic in the interior doesnt look very confortable
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Originally posted by Rickady88GT:


I'm a regular on the Solstice forum and I been beating my head on the wall telling them that other engines will fit in there. The problem is 99% of those people want a cheap bare bones sports car that looks cool, so when I mention the possibility a V6 upgrade they freak out because the concensus over there is the R and D cost of developing a V6 upgrade will be passed down to the base model 4 banger putting it out of range for what they are willing to pay. I mentioned a V8 engine swap that would have gotten me banned from the forum if they had a rating system like here. Don't ask me why but they are afraid of a different engine in that car. I beleive that there is room for a V8 engine swap and a V6 upgrade as a factory option. The Ecotech engine is huge for a four cylinder.

Nice work on the body mods, I've always liked the Finale.

this may be old news but the guy who does Mallett Corvettes has done a few Solstices now with v8's http://www.mallettcars.com/solstice-conversion.htm
can i get a link for the forum ?
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Originally posted by tomsfiero:

all that plastic in the interior doesnt look very confortable

Bring a cushion.

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this may be old news but the guy who does Mallett Corvettes has done a few Solstices now with v8's
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Oh Yeah!!!

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I love the look of this car. However I think the dash looks cheap. Will you be marketing the roster version in a kit?

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i like this car.i think it looks great .as far as the dash goes ,i think it just needs something to dress it up a bit,like a glove box or pinstripes.
take a look at hotrod magazines v8 solstice.they took it to the max and the performance it puts out is better than a 400,000$ supercar.
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We finally have had the time to make a mold off of the waterfall in the PFF Roadster.

Here's what the 1st part looks like right out of the mold.

Archie

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Looks good Archie - what is the distance from the center of the seat belt anchor hole to the top of the pillar?

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Where did you get the wheels?

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About 23.5". The "B" pillar cap is 3" above the top of the door frame.

Archie

 
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Looks good Archie - what is the distance from the center of the seat belt anchor hole to the top of the pillar?





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How about this guys.........

We already know the Waterfall Interior will fit in the PFF Roadster, but there are not a whole bunch of roadsters around.

I had been thinking that this could be made to fit in a Fiero with a normal roofline too.

So yesterday we trimmed the fiberglass just right & test fitted it into an 85 GT.....







We carefully trimmed the original "B" pillar trim to fit on top of our fiberglass part....







Looks like we have another new product for the guys that want something different that they can install at home.

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Originally posted by Archie:Looks like we have another new product for the guys that want something different that they can install at home. Archie


Excellent! The panel looks great Archie. Let us know when you have price.

Keep the good stuff coming!
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Why is it that you always seem to scome out with this cool stuff after I need it? i guess I can use it on my other car. How much?
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Why is it that you always seem to scome out with this cool stuff after I need it? i guess I can use it on my other car.


Sorry 'bout 'dat.


 
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..... How much?


We'll be determining how much $ in the next week or 10 days.

Now that we've fitted it inside a Fiero figuring out how it fits & proving out the mold, we need to make a couple of parts to do a little time study & find out how much time & materials it takes to make a part.

Then we'll know what the pricing has to be.

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PUT me down for one , glad to see it , very nice let me know what the price is an i will get a Money order out to you
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I love that car. If that was your daughter, I'd want to take her out on a saturday night. I must confess, I'll not be a gentleman. I'd take her out on some back roads and lay some rubber.

I can't wait to see a price. That looks like a nice addition to my car.
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Very Very nice

But what do you do with the ECU - is it moved or still under the waterfall cover ?
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I like it too!

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i want a v8 fiero roadster lol
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Originally posted by antinull.com:

i want a v8 fiero roadster lol


Well save up your Dimes, in a few weeks the PFF Roadster will be for sale to make room for the next project.

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did I see it on the ebay about a week or two ago?

from some company that does ebay listings?

Wierd I never saw this thread, and yet I glassed in my own mini-waterfall console ... Crazy...
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never mind....

Looks very nice Archie!

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Well save up your Dimes, in a few weeks the PFF Roadster will be for sale to make room for the next project.

Archie


Well I have one butter bowl full, am I close yet?
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Well I have one butter bowl full, am I close yet?
Gary


How big is that butter bowl?

Is it like the Cotton Bowl?

We're still working on the interior redo, so you still have about 2 weeks.

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VERY NICE JOB AGAIN
but... no roll bar?
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There reason there is no roll bar is very simple, Archie is always thinking positive. If he did his job right, you should be able to go fast enough in this car that a roll bar wouldn't make a difference. Heck, the seatbelts are there just to keep passengers from jumping out of the car in fear when you come to a stop sign.

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There reason there is no roll bar is very simple, Archie is always thinking positive. If he did his job right, you should be able to go fast enough in this car that a roll bar wouldn't make a difference. Heck, the seatbelts are there just to keep passengers from jumping out of the car in fear when you come to a stop sign.



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i have about 10,000 dimes can i buy the car?

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Archie has the roadster been featured in Kit Car magazine yet ??
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Hi Archie, I picked up a Finale kit a couple of weeks ago it is one before you bought the company. I have managed to cut the front and test fit the front clip and bonnet, with the aid of some pics from Jstricker. As I don`t have a build manual I was wondering if you have any pictures of the mounting brackets and fitting points for the bodywork. The brackets I have for the rear seem to be different to what Jstricker has used.
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