Thanks a lot. The only trouble I have is that I'm NEVER done with that car. There's always something I want to do to it. Right now, it's a 2 inch drop with poly bushings, a larger front sway bar, and a rear sway bar. Next will be a set of side scoops, followed by heated leather seats and leather door panels. I may have a sickness, but I don't want to be cured.wycowboy said:Nice looking Fiero, hope mine looks as good when I get done with it.
Thatnks for the compliment. They're TSW Blade's, 15X7. I'm running a 205/60 directional Perelli on them, but I think I might bump the backs up to a 215 to fill the wheel wells out a little better.YankeeHick79 said:nice wheels! what are those - size and name? sweet!
What's scary is I've actually seen some Fieros like that. Big wing, fart pipes, vinyl graphics everywhere. I feel so sorry for those poor cars.hooyeah said:18's fart exhaust and a big ol bookshelf wing now that would be tyte hehe jk nice ride have fun with it and do none of the above
It really pisses me off, guys like Carroll Shelby that, took a british car, put a american motor in it, and wants to call THAT a copyright infringement, especially when the kit manufacturers kept the marque alive really. Same with all derivitive kit cars. If not for the kit car movement, most of those exotic kit car manufacturers would go out of businesss from lack of interest LOLRamtuff said:Sounds like it's going to be an awesome car when he's done. There are still one or two companies still making the 355 kit, but I'm unsure of the quality of them. All the one making high quality ones were sued by Ferrari big time and forced to break their molds. Ferrai has a crappy attitude and they try to put all the kit manufacturers out of business. Sure, there's the issue of copywrite infringement and all, but it's not like anyone building a kit can afford the real deal (which is why they're building a kit in the first place) so they're not loosing any business. Oh well, whacha gonna do?