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308 and 25th Anv. Countach kits for sale by EVM_Rob
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I have the molds and tooling for the Mera style 308 and the stock wheel base 25th anniversary Countach (D&R based) and can biuld you a complete body kit for either car for $2750 or a complete 308 package with all lights, grills, brackets etc. for $3,900. The Countach with side windows, rear window, turn signals, side markers, tail lights, turn signal covers and door hinges is $3,650. Just shoot me a pm if interested. You can see the 308 biuld thread here on pennocks
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These are great prices. On the 308 you should list prices for individual pieces for accident repair parts too.
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So wish I had the money. My dream is a 308 bodied Fiero. The looks of one of the best looking cars made, the dependable cheap nature of a GM powerplant and quite honestly, a better looking interior for the most part. Oh and cheap insurance, what is not to love?


someday............
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wish I had money for the full Countach kit or that you'd trade one for my motorcycle! LOL I have never priced a rebody kit but I guess i always thought they would cost a lot more than that...
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These are great prices. On the 308 you should list prices for individual pieces for accident repair parts too.


308 Kit Pricing

Front Bumper $100
Rear Bumper $100
Hood Skin $225
Headlight Covers (pr) $100
Doors Skin (ea) $175
Sail Panel $250
Side Window Louvers (pr) $125
Rear Clip $575
Deck Lid $475
Deck Lid Grill $400
Front Clip $575
Sail Panel Spoiler $200
Front Grill $125
Turn Signals (w/ housings) $125
Rear Lights X4 $425
Marker Lights X4 $75

Rear Prancing Horse $20 (w/ mounting studs)

Side Pininfarina Badge $20 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)

308 Badge $35 (w/ mounting studs)

GTS Badge $35 (w/ mounting studs)

Ferrari Script $30 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)

Small Prancing Horse (1.5") $10 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)
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308 Kit Pricing

Front Bumper $100
Rear Bumper $100
Hood Skin $225
Headlight Covers (pr) $100
Doors Skin (ea) $175
Sail Panel $250
Side Window Louvers (pr) $125
Rear Clip $575
Deck Lid $475
Deck Lid Grill $400
Front Clip $575
Sail Panel Spoiler $200
Front Grill $125
Turn Signals (w/ housings) $125
Rear Lights X4 $425
Marker Lights X4 $75

Rear Prancing Horse $20 (w/ mounting studs)

Side Pininfarina Badge $20 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)

308 Badge $35 (w/ mounting studs)

GTS Badge $35 (w/ mounting studs)

Ferrari Script $30 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)

Small Prancing Horse (1.5") $10 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)


Well done EVM_Rob! Here's to wishing you much success!

Cheers.
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308 Headlight covers include the small piece in the back of the door?
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Thats the one

 
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Is this the build https://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/087053.html ?


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Thank you kindly!

 
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Well done EVM_Rob! Here's to wishing you much success!

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No. I made the separate extra louver behind the covers a part of the hood to simplify the biuld process.

You can see the process in my biuld thread

 
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308 Headlight covers include the small piece in the back of the door?


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Hmmmm, I could almost do this lay a way style, I could buy a piece here and then as I get extra money. After all the body parts, what lights and stuff would I need to track down ?

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Hmmmm, I could almost do this lay a way style, I could buy a piece here and then as I get extra money. After all the body parts, what lights and stuff would I need to track down ?


I sell all of the lights, grills, mirrors etc needed to biuld the entire car. All you need to supply is the fiero, and what ever tire and wheel set up you would want. All of my lights are exact replicas of the OEM Carello parts used on the real 308 but the housings sockets have all been modified to accept the Fiero bulbs so they are plug and play.
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No. I made the separate extra louver behind the covers a part of the hood to simplify the biuld process.

You can see the process in my biuld thread



OK, I need those small parts along with the doors as my hood is fine
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Can you make the headlight pods for the 25th kit? If so, how much? Thanks
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Wow..... If i wasn't planning on moving I'd probably be ordering a 308 kit... but i've already got more projects and parts to move than i care to think about.
Do you have any pictures of the Lambo kit?
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Report this Post07-20-2012 03:32 PM Click Here to See the Profile for EVM_RobSend a Private Message to EVM_RobEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Here are a few pics of completed D&R cars which my molds were lifted from.




And a couple of the last 308 I produced



 
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Wow..... If i wasn't planning on moving I'd probably be ordering a 308 kit... but i've already got more projects and parts to move than i care to think about.
Do you have any pictures of the Lambo kit?


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The Countach molds are brand new virgin molds. I fixed everything on the body then made molds just like I did with the 308

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How hard are the kits to install? I'm assuming they are beyond my ability (I've never done any fiberglassing) but wasn't sure if these were considered "bolt-on" or if there's a lot more fabricating that needs to be done to install properly? The Countach looks like there's quite a few mods to be made. I'm pretty handy with a wrench, etc, but not so much so with body fab work. Any info you could provide about installation would be great.

Thanks!

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The 308's are pretty straight forward. Mostly bolt on using existing mounting points. The Countach however is a completely different animal all together. You have to do quite a bit of fabricating and lots of welding and bodywork.
The 308 is great starter kit for someone that has never built a kit before. An experienced car guy could biuld three 308's in the time it takes to biuld one Countach kit.
 
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How hard are the kits to install? I'm assuming they are beyond my ability (I've never done any fiberglassing) but wasn't sure if these were considered "bolt-on" or if there's a lot more fabricating that needs to be done to install properly? The Countach looks like there's quite a few mods to be made. I'm pretty handy with a wrench, etc, but not so much so with body fab work. Any info you could provide about installation would be great.

Thanks!



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So the Countach kit is built on a stock wheelbase Fiero or does it need to be stretched?
Also, does it get a flat windsheild?
Thanks, Mike
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The Countach kit (just like in the pics above) is stock wheelbase and flat windshield. The best looking stock wheelbase lambo in my opinion ;-) Because it doesn't look too "stubby" like most others do.


 
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So the Countach kit is built on a stock wheelbase Fiero or does it need to be stretched?
Also, does it get a flat windsheild?
Thanks, Mike


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Hey man... Have you got a complete Countach kit ready to build yet? I would love to see one in person. Oh and for anyone wondering if this man's kits are for real I can tell you having seen that red Ferrari kit in person that it is quite nice. Peace

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As far as the "bolt on" part of the 308 kit goes, does it require much "massaging" for panel fit, etc? How difficult are the parts that may not be bolt on if any? Thanks again!
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PM sent...oh and BUMP!

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I will definitely look up either towards the end of winter or early spring.

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Will all these panels bolt onto an 87 SE?
And do I have the option of buying a few pieces here and there?

Also, how much cutting/drilling is there to mounting all of this;
Does any of the mounting hardware need to be made/bought?

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Will all these panels bolt onto an 87 SE?
And do I have the option of buying a few pieces here and there?

Also, how much cutting/drilling is there to mounting all of this;
Does any of the mounting hardware need to be made/bought?



 
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As far as the "bolt on" part of the 308 kit goes, does it require much "massaging" for panel fit, etc? How difficult are the parts that may not be bolt on if any? Thanks again!


90% of the parts use the stock Fiero mounting points and bolts with the addition of a few sheet metal screws here and there. All the brackets needed for the install are included with the kit.
All components of the kit can be purchased individually. The kit will fit any Fiero.
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Nice looking kits, well done!

A couple of questions:

1. How much is the complete 308 kit but without the badging?
2. Will you freight ship to Canada?

I might be looking for a project in the future....

Thanks
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Hmm.. after my current expendechure is over My 88 might need a 308 face lift..
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What about the Countach?

 
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308 Kit Pricing

Front Bumper $100
Rear Bumper $100
Hood Skin $225
Headlight Covers (pr) $100
Doors Skin (ea) $175
Sail Panel $250
Side Window Louvers (pr) $125
Rear Clip $575
Deck Lid $475
Deck Lid Grill $400
Front Clip $575
Sail Panel Spoiler $200
Front Grill $125
Turn Signals (w/ housings) $125
Rear Lights X4 $425
Marker Lights X4 $75

Rear Prancing Horse $20 (w/ mounting studs)

Side Pininfarina Badge $20 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)

308 Badge $35 (w/ mounting studs)

GTS Badge $35 (w/ mounting studs)

Ferrari Script $30 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)

Small Prancing Horse (1.5") $10 (w/ 3M adhesive backing)


 
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I sell all of the lights, grills, mirrors etc needed to biuld the entire car. All you need to supply is the fiero, and what ever tire and wheel set up you would want. All of my lights are exact replicas of the OEM Carello parts used on the real 308 but the housings sockets have all been modified to accept the Fiero bulbs so they are plug and play.

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The lack of response doesn't bode well. Off to find a different vendor I guess.
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Patience, Nolan. Sometimes life gets in the way.

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The 308 is one of my favorite Fiero kits. It's nice to know if I ever want one, you're less than two hours down the road! I must say that my all-time favorite would be the GT-40 MKI kits previously offered by North American Fiberglass/ ASPP. The owner Jack Kube passed away and the molds were for sale. If you have the ability to expand your offerings, this would be an awesome addition to your collection.

I posted this thread a while back

https://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/089467.html

This is the link from my thread that has the contact info.

http://cobracountry.com/cob...folder/Kube-requiem/

Youtube video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kjibt9Za6Y0


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Patience, Nolan. Sometimes life gets in the way.

Bob


That is true.

It's just that there have been a number of vendors here in the past with very poor communication and members have lost their money, so I guess I'm a little gun shy. I'm not saying this is the case here but has anyone actually purchased and received a kit? It looks like a quality product and I hope that he does get back to us.

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That is true.

It's just that there have been a number of vendors here in the past with very poor communication and members have lost their money, so I guess I'm a little gun shy. I'm not saying this is the case here but has anyone actually purchased and received a kit? It looks like a quality product and I hope that he does get back to us.

Nolan


I hear you...I've been a member at Ari's Kitcar forum (Madmechanics.com) longer than I've been here. I have seen them come and go and a number of scams. Even had someone I thought was legit (and a friend) scam another friend. So I understand the apprehension.

Either way, I hope it all works out and look forward to your next build. I'd love to do an old Ferrari, 308/328 or 512, but it's not in the cards (yet!!).

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This is what I would like to do, if the Wife doesn't kill me first:



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This is what I would like to do, if the Wife doesn't kill me first:


wheels will cost more than the kit.

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This is what I would like to do, if the Wife doesn't kill me first:



What's your wife's number...I'm on her side... I've had that car as a wallpaper for a couple years now. If I were to get a 308/328 kit, that's also what I would do to it.

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