1995 Fire-Arrow?

Discussion in 'Discussion Forum' started by ecohen2, Oct 5, 2018.

  1. ecohen2

    ecohen2 True Classic

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  2. dragonsgate

    dragonsgate True Classic

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    arkansas
    makes me think what a lego car might look like it all the bumps were sanded off.
    Just hope he did a better job on fitting the suspension together than he did on the body.
     
  3. carl

    carl True Classic

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    Thanks for ruining my appetite for dinner....you can pay for my lunch at Summit Point tomorrow.
     
  4. Dr.Jeff

    Dr.Jeff True Classic

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    Sin City
    What's possibly worse than the car, is the fact a car dealer is trying to sell it. Kind of speaks for the integrity of used car dealers.
     
  5. JimD

    JimD Waiting for Godot... Moderator

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    Missouri, USA
    Remember the white X-based car that was always on Ebay for a ridiculous price?? I can only find a rear picture, but that's what this Fire-Arrow reminds me of.
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  6. JimD

    JimD Waiting for Godot... Moderator

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    Missouri, USA
  7. Eastep

    Eastep Dub-ing

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    PA
    ".. Styling que's taken from Ferrari,Camaro and maybe fiero .."
    Ferrari, Without a doubt!! I can totally see the resemblance. If I've been smoking PCP and haven't slept for 15 days strait, then topped it off with a half pint of formaldehyde and a palm full of ludes.

    I wonder which of Maranello's masterpieces, this took inspiration from??
     
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2018
  8. LarryC

    LarryC LarryC-Albuquerque

    I'm diggin' the white walls.:)
     
  9. JimD

    JimD Waiting for Godot... Moderator

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    Missouri, USA
    Pictures for posterity when the Hemmings listing expires:
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  10. ng_randolph

    ng_randolph Bjorn H

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    SF Bay area
    Reminds me of this Peugeot 206 commercial:

     
  11. Rodger

    Rodger True Classic

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    Olympia, WA
    Yikes! That beggars description. I can’t imagine the hours someone put in to come up with that.
     
  12. Chad C.

    Chad C. Daily Driver

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    Eugene, Oregon
    I agree with all of the above, but much of the work seems to be of decent quality (style not withstanding). The builder needed a Nuccio Bertone type of styling partner in this project to prevent the outcome we see here.

    That said, I'd be curious as hell to drive it, and I suspect I'm not alone here...
     
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2018
  13. dragonsgate

    dragonsgate True Classic

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    arkansas
    I imagine if you got it up to 50 or 60 mph with out crashing you would hear some metal panels flapping in the wind.
    You might have to go back and pick up some of the parts that blew off.
     
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