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 My stepfather's Franken-Fiero...

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toomanytoyz
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PostSubject: My stepfather's Franken-Fiero...   Mon Jul 04, 2011 8:00 pm

Yesterday at the autocross...



Yeah, that's AIR under the tire!!!! Shocked

He was 2 seconds off FToD yesterday!!!

Man, I gotta build me one of those!!!! Very Happy

It was an 88 Formula 2.8 5 speed (Getrag) and the year they finally got the suspension right! So I found him a wrecked 98 GTP and we pulled the motor and harness out of it. He bought himself a welder and learned by making motor mounts and alternator relocation bracket and other things. Fit it in (and out and in and out and in...), put in a good clutch, spent a few weeks with both harnesses hanging from the ceiling in his garage and making them one... And voila... Mini rocket. The thing is bone stock, too! And it hauls ASS!!!!

You shoulda seen the thing on stock tires! LOL! Step on the gas, ass end comes around... Let off the gas, ass end comes around... Step on the brake, yeah, you guessed it... Razz He has some Hankook 140 treadwear tires onnit now and they stick like glue.

I will SO be building an 88 GT in the near future!!!! Wink


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PostSubject: Re: My stepfather's Franken-Fiero...   Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:08 pm

That is so frigging sweet. Billy likey. Arrow
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PostSubject: Re: My stepfather's Franken-Fiero...   Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:05 am

That's nuts crovo! Do you autocross the marshmallow??? I bet it would be pretty fun!
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