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Chin spoiler?

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I put a factory chin spoiler in my 65. Now i got a more aggressive look to the car with the Keystone wheels, i would like a more aggressive front spoiler. I heard a 69 Camaro spoiler would work? Or if there is something out there along those lines of the Camaro spoiler for a Corvair. Let me know what is out there and where to get one.
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69' Camaro spoiler. I got it from Clark's, but there are readily available from many sources. Anywhere from $30 to $60 or so. Took me less than a half hour to install it.

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Thanks!
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Well i got a 69 spoiler for my car. But was wondering about the 67-68 Camaro spoiler? Are they the basic shape of a 69? I was looking at them and seen the center was different. But dont know if they are more aggresive looking or just the same as the 69s.
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jason...i like that spoiler, ive got one on my 64. the only thing i would change on your vair is lower the front a little (coil and a half maybe). that would give you a much more aggressive stance (like a cat ready to pounce).
with that said, that is one badass lookin vair! looks great! those wheels, those headlights, that color, those stripes all work very well together. nice work!
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Thanks man! And i do agree that the front would look great lowered some. But i'm digging the all around raised look. Kind of gives it a 60's/70's vibe to the car. And thats what i was shooting for in the looks dept of this car.
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Here is a picture of a spoiler I will be putting on my LM.
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MonzaDave wrote:Here's another option: http://www.mulhollanddr.com/Mulholland_Drive/HOME.html
Look like the same spoiler as in Vair-8's pics.
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Yep, thats where we got them. .
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how about this, made from steel ?
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Nice!

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I like the S10 style spoiler as they are a bit more forgiving when you happen to hit something. I like the look of the Camaro unit a bit more but I think the S10 air dam actually works and lasts better. I had to borrow a picture from google but it is the S10 style I epoxied mine on the ends but the concept is the same. I like it because it bends rather than breaking.
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Re: Chin spoiler?

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I tend not to run my car into stuff, so i'm pretty safe with my Camaro spoiler.
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Re: Chin spoiler?

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I can jack the car up on my spoiler so I guess its pretty safe :pray:

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