I spent a few weeks (back in Spring 2013) going back and forth on a decision to install a deck or a patio in our backyard. I ultimately decided on a patio because it would last longer and have less maintenance – however it would be far more labour intensive. Using Adobe Illustrator, I mocked […]
I have been Photoshopping a few mock-ups of the paint scheme I’d like for the Fiero. I’m going to retain the gold colour, but add a satin black to the mix.
I was doing some measurements for a turbo installation. It’s been a while since I touched the engine bay, so I thought i’d post a picture of it’s current state.
The grading on our property had a ditch at the north side. Unfortunately it was in the area where a planned shed was going to go. We could not alter our grading because of the municipal engineering for water drainage. So a base was required (with footings) to lift the shed above the grade. Before […]
The outer dew wipes commonly become brittle and fall apart over the years – mine were cracking badly. I bought a set of NOS OEM dew wipes from a local Fiero owner. It took about 2.5 hours to install.
With the Ferrari 355 nose, I lost the side marker lights. So in order to comply with Ontario law, I needed to re-install marker “signal” lights on the Fiero. A few months back I saw a real Ferrari 360 Modena in Toronto, and the Modena had simple round marker lights – they looked good. So […]
This entire process took about 4 hours – 1 hour to install the bull-bars and 3 hours to mount and wire in the fog lights. Due to the laws in Ontario (Canada) a front license plate must be mounted. These bull-bars interfere with the stock location of the license plate. So in order to comply […]