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    FunnyWheels
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    Scoop Ideas!
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  • FunnyWheels
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    Reproduction bodies are available if you want to build a IMSA Fiero replica. I would not mind it myself.

    All I will need is about 250K and a lot of time. I wonder where can I locate a 345 HP V6 Fiero engine these days?
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  • FunnyWheels
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    Check out the mounts for the radiators and the ducting to get fresh air into the radiator.
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  • FunnyWheels
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    Nose of the car has some interesting modifications. Note the gas filler and the shock placement.
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  • FunnyWheels
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    I like this ultimate kit car based loosly on a Fiero.
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  • FunnyWheels
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    It is a G50 turned upside down
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  • superstang460
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    Originally posted by FunnyWheels
    Bronson is learning the different drivetrain systems. He has expensive tastes.

    'at-a-boy, Bronson. That is my kind of drive train!! . Is that the Pantera style ZF transaxle to a ford windsor block?

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  • FunnyWheels
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    The styling of the day is chop the top 3 inches.  The car in the center was driven to the show from San Francisco.  Curley Taylor just put the Northstar in the car and drove it over 3,000 miles to make it to Daytona.
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  • FunnyWheels
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    Bronson is learning the different drivetrain systems.  He has expensive tastes.

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  • FunnyWheels
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    Here is the GT 40 Mark mentioned on the Hot Rod Kits Area.  It is manufactured by ERA.

    65K will get the rolling chassis for you.  Just add an engine and transaxle.

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  • FunnyWheels
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    We spent the weekend helping Mr. Mike with his seat covers.  We had 3 PT Cruisers in the Fiero area.  I hope no one felt slighted by our PT presence.
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  • FunnyWheels
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    Nice job on the grills.  Mike made them out of speaker grill material.
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  • FunnyWheels
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    The Carrera GT4 was a hit.  The car gets the testosterone flowing.  It was hard getting photos without people in the shot.

    Mike did a great job creating this one. 
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  • Spyder
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    Daytona 2005

    There were not many kit cars this year,
    There was this one:


    There was the red Diablo like kit that is usually there.
    There was a gt40 in a different area with the hot rod kits.
    And the Carrera GT:

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