Congratulations on the launch of your new business! As a business owner myself I know the challenges involved in launching and running your own business. The fact that you are able to combine the business with what I assume is also a personal passion makes it that much sweeter. As a new owner and new member here on PFF I am gratified to see that interest in the Fiero still lives on. I wish you much success and satisfaction in your new adventure!
p.s. sent you an email from the site about those raised wheel letters. Really cool idea!
------------------ My rides... 1988 GT with a 3.4L V6 automatic 2006 Harley Sportster 'cause I love the twisties on two wheels or four.
its brake booster, not break booster (under mechanical upgrades in the car sections) in the menu, Gallary should by Gallery clicking custom tire lettering on the front page goes to financing (i found the correct page under the top menu) clicking engine swaps on the front page goes to the default services page (I found the engine swaps page through the menu) the "product and services" default tab and the "options" default tab has a default paragraph (I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me.) under powder coating, there is an out of place space in the paragraph the google+, twitter and facebook links go to wix (in the footer, and under location)
Other than those small things it looks good! Its nice to see another Fiero vendor around.
edit: you should probably change the "more" tab to either "about" or "contact"
[This message has been edited by Formula (edited 06-07-2014).]
Just a comment about your logo... all I really see is Trident when I look at the logo yet you call it Fiero Fantasy Concepts...
Is the company "Trident Automotive and Restoration" or "Fiero Fantasy Concepts"? Which are you trying to emphasize?
The Web front is called "Fiero Fantasy Concepts"...which is layered into the picture of the "Trident" if you look...looks better in the banner on the wall in real life...need to make it "POP" more in the graphic. I have never claimed to be a graphic artist , but don't do a half bad job for not being a professional. It is now time to pull in a real graphic artist to polish everything up and improve the resolution of the graphics...since I have it what I would called "roughed in" now.
My business partner already owned "Trident Automotive & Restoration" for years. He and his son Steven, that also works at the shop already had a love for Fieros. I myself am a passionate and innovative Fiero owner that needed to pull together all the resources to do the work on my own collection of Fieros. As we continued to work on my projects over time, we decided that it would be a great idea to focus almost completely on Fieros and fill a dying resource in the Fiero community, since we had compiled all the needed specialized hardware...some pieces we created as well...e.g.: a custom floor dolly to lower the rear end of the Fiero via the now open suspension holes on when we have dropped a cradle and rear suspension.
Now my career is as a Network/Security Engineer, but I am very entrepreneurial and have owned several successfully businesses over the years.
I am also what some people might call a "muse"...one who inspires others! Let me explain what I mean. I dream up something or hit a wall and have a need, but personally don't always have the experience needed to accomplish the task in a timely manor...so I go find someone who has the skill sets and paint the picture of what I want...they add their own input and we end up with what I need. In turn, the individual's end up selling it as a product to the rest of the community.
I have worked with and still working with many of our vendors on product development. We just released yesterday a new reproduction "Roof Panel" offering, working on a new side drip rail offering, earlier this week to another vendor about a new reproduction GT sail panel option that will be an exactly replications of the OEMs, and I still need to make to call back to someone today in regards to reproduction 88 CJB T-Top seals. I invest my own personally money into these projects and share them for the benefit of the entire Fiero Community.
My partner, Caesar, is the face-man of the company and he will handle the daily operations. I will handle the R&D, vendor relations, and marketing aspects of the company.
I am curious about the engine options as there does not seem to be any info. Or am I not clicking on the right spot?
Mostly curious about 3.4. Is it the '93-'95 Camaro? Do you have them in stock? $?
Craig...thanks! & yes you are in the right place most likely...please hang tight...we will have more details and pricing in the coming days posted on the site. Our goal is to try and have the site as a fully functional e-commerce site by this coming Friday. In regards to the engine, we can have them within 3-5 business days normally, but we do not sell just the engines themselves...if you want one installed with a warranty...well that is a different story
Hope this helps and we look forward to servicing your Fiero needs in the near future.