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    NO! That's a bad msabatini! [whacks msabatini with a stick]
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    Ouch!

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    Pretty cool, I like it. Bit too lambo but its nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewGS
    NO! That's a bad msabatini! [whacks msabatini with a stick]
    haha that is hilarious... but about ur fiero, its nice but all of your designs are blotchy...but other than that it looks pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrimpboy424
    haha that is hilarious... but about ur fiero, its nice but all of your designs are blotchy...but other than that it looks pretty good.
    Yeah, I have always been wondering what program you use? PS? Your work looks really good for working from scratch.

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    Fiero died a longggggggggg time ago.....no digging up the rotting corpse please........
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    Quote Originally Posted by montrealvue
    Fiero died a longggggggggg time ago.....no digging up the rotting corpse please........
    I like them. I think it would be cool to bring it back sometime. Cool little cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by montrealvue
    Fiero died a longggggggggg time ago.....no digging up the rotting corpse please........
    Please let that one lie. I owned one of those pieces of...anyway I still have the occasional shudder about that car.

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    Classic "Bro"...keep them Fieros alive!!!!

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    It's really a chevy Citation suspension.
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    If they did it right, the Fiero could've been a classic

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    Fiero was one of the most innovative cars in production. Did you know that Fiero lead the way in endroflex body panels. You could have removed all the enduroflex body panels and the car would still be street legal. I owned two Fieros and the 1985 GT saved my life in a head-on collision. So when you say the Fiero died....you are so wrong. It can be seen in every car in production today. It has set the standard for so many vehicles. If you haven't owned one, you may not 'get it'.

    The Fiero also had the nearest 50/50 weight ratio; allowing it to handle like no other GM car on the road. Sure it shared the Citation platform (reversed) but it had four wheel independent suspension which the Citation did not. Oh by the way...the gas take was between the seats, quite a risk for just a commuter car for $12,500.

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    You must live in Kentucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msabatini
    Fiero was one of the most innovative cars in production. Did you know that Fiero lead the way in endroflex body panels. You could have removed all the enduroflex body panels and the car would still be street legal. I owned two Fieros and the 1985 GT saved my life in a head-on collision. So when you say the Fiero died....you are so wrong. It can be seen in every car in production today. It has set the standard for so many vehicles. If you haven't owned one, you may not 'get it'.

    The Fiero also had the nearest 50/50 weight ratio; allowing it to handle like no other GM car on the road. Sure it shared the Citation platform (reversed) but it had four wheel independent suspension which the Citation did not. Oh by the way...the gas take was between the seats, quite a risk for just a commuter car for $12,500.
    Wasn't the Fiero based on a chevy citation suspension?
    Last edited by Mercedez; 02-06-2007 at 07:35 AM.

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