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What is your kit built on?
'84 Fiero
13%
 13%  [ 7 ]
'85 - '87 Fiero
29%
 29%  [ 15 ]
'88 Fiero
7%
 7%  [ 4 ]
Other
5%
 5%  [ 3 ]
To Hell with Pontiac, I'm rolling my own chassis!
43%
 43%  [ 22 ]
Total Votes : 51


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22 Post subject: What are you building yours on?  PostPosted: Jan 26, 2008 - 03:58 AM
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I was thinking today, while banging away on the build diaries, that it would be neat to know what the percentages are of the different platforms you guys are building on.

So I'm gonna try a poll!

If you choose Other, tell everyone about it. If you choose the last option, definitely tell everyone about it!

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I am using the ASCC chassis. It was expensive but I am very happy with my decision.
 
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My chassis is custom made tubular steel. The only Fiero pieces that remain are the floorpan, the heater/AC unit, and power window drives. The rest of the chassis is made to accomodate Corvette C5 suspension, front and rear converted to coil-over Carrera shocks, with a sub-frame at the rear for the suspension, engine, and transaxle.
The body is a D&R SV coupe with 2001 dash.

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ASCC Chassis here too!! I hope it works as well as it looks.

Does anyone have an ASCC Chassis on the road?

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NAERC for me. I build it from scratch with their plans, and a SH@t load of money.

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Dido to Greg!!

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i choose an fiero shassis because it's the only way we can go here in belgium Crying or Very sad
and i know i will have problems at the inspection, because the shassis is bean cuted !
anyway.... i will find my way to get it on the road Laughing Laughing
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Dominique does your Dept of motor vehicles take bribe's?
Thats a lot of work to not be sure you will even get it on the road.. Good luck!

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YUP I got the worst year.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Feb 19, 2008 - 01:59 PM
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My chassis is Tubular Dynamics by Jim Gorbet who got bought out by
ASCC.My engine is a sb chevy 436 cu. in. w/Audi trans.My body is a Cory Davis and i am very pleased with it and yes it has a lot of air pockets in
it but so what this is what it is all about having fun fixing little things as we go along. I would like to thank Mike Craig for all his help and Dale for his
build video and Jim Dinner for all his input. These guys have really got it
all together,,,THANKS again guys. Body is on the frame for a trail fit so i
could fit the 99 Caddy steering colum and center the dash. I would post
pictures of my build but don't know how to do it but i really enjoy all on
this great site thanks for this site.


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Still don't have a new project but hope to start it soon this year. I intend to design and build me own tubular chassis with custom made A-arms and F/R knuckles (hubs). Smile Few years ago I had some bad experience with Pontiac Fiero GT chassis and don't want to touch such thing again. Shocked
 
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I don't have one either but plan to use a chassisworks when I get a body made up. Wink
 
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Dominique does your Dept of motor vehicles take bribe's?
Thats a lot of work to not be sure you will even get it on the road.. Good luck!


some times they do , some times they dont !
but if it's an problem here in belgium, im gona exported to UK , go to the inspection an inported again to belgium !
2nd choice,.. looking for kitcar papers in the UK , and put this number in my car Wink
anyway.... im gona drive this car ( legal ) here in belgium Mr. Green
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ps, sory for the late post here, i didn see it . Embarassed

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Your a lucky man, Dominique.

My first visit on the TÜV was not so good, they will papiers from all changed things on my car, but for the most things do no papiers exist.
The stretch , The wide track front suspension from Held , the Wheel adapter platte is to big , an Test that the Suspesion Arms works with that Big Wheels , the Windows from AGP have only an DOT symbol and no E symbol Crying or Very sad

Think it will be an strong Way to drive my Car legal here in Germany , i think i must look for an other TÜV center , or make thist with an other way - if you know an better way for my write me an PM Dominiqe Thanks Wink
 
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yup mate,
i PM you Wink
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