To show no favortism to my cars, here are my fiero and monte carlo ss. I sold the Monte and decided it was time to try something little, the fiero. I hope to throw a v-8 in there some day or else a supercharged 3800, but that won't be for a while, the spectrum is too much fun to work on and laugh about. Had work not been as bad as it was, there would be a five speed and a storm gsi 1.8 liter turbo in the car, but now this must wait until next summer. Being at college and not having access to the garage and tools makes things difficult, but it is my college transportation so its what I've got to deal with. So without waisting any more time, here are my others. The Monte was my first car, babied for its 3 years and 7000 miles that I owned it for. I put on eibach springs and bilstein shocks, and threw on some poly graphite bushings. The car handled unbelievably well, in fact the best I've ever seen really. I would highly recomend bilsteins if they are made for your car, eibachs are not that nice however. Then came the fiero, another car to throw in the garage. I bought the car in my third year of ownership of the monte, to use as a college car and to see just how far mid-engine and low center of gravity suspension could go on a car. I didnt have the love I did for the fiero like I did the monte so it only got s/t lowering springs and kyb's. Soon to come are the new front and add on rear sway bars from p-s-t, and hopefully next year some new rims. We shall see what funds are available this summer, as the 1.8 turbo swap will probably take all of it.Here are a couple pics of the new clutch pedal(all steel design). It was a bitch as you can see there is no room to move when you are upside down in a fiero working behid the steering collumn. The new pedal(all black) is not as bent at the top like the old half steel half aluminum pedal. The pedal would bend and you would not get full clutch disengagement, making it hard to shift and causing several other nice problems for the driver. Clutch works great now, and the muncie 4 speed is shifting like a borg warner 6 speed. Nice and smooth to each gear.I will try to get some pics up soon, of the fiero now that it is lowered. Hope you enjoy, tell me what you think.Finally got a picture of my growing family. Here is the fiero and the spectrum together. I don't have the front lip on the fiero at the moment as I wouldn't be able to get it in the driveway with it on.Bought this last summer, its an 89 Imark RS with the 1.6l and a five speed, should be a fun little project. I'm hoping for a turbo setup to push about 200 horse from it, I just want a car that can run 12's, and this seems like the car to do it.