Installed Camaro spoiler from Clark's (Thumbs up or down?)

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Installed Camaro spoiler from Clark's (Thumbs up or down?)

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Installed the camaro spoiler from Clarks this morning ($54 not bad). Wanted some contrast to make the front end stand out a little.
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Looks Good! :tu:
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Darn!

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It looks very good — subtle and fits-in like it was an original! :thumbup: :funnypost: The whole car has a classy, elegant look to it!

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Thumbs up from Norway :tu:
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From where i'm sittin!! :tu: :tu: :tu: :tu: :tu: :tu:
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Dang, that looks good.
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thumbs up!

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I don't care for the look of them but you'll still find them on most of my cars anyway because they really help keep the nose planted at freeway speeds when a big truck blows by you.
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I agree with Dave, the important thing is that they help at highway speeds. They also look good imo, but there are some better options at both higher and lower price points. I like the S10 front air dam. It is less expemsive, does a better job, but does not look as good. For looks and performance I would go with the Mel Francis air dam. The Clarks unit is a great all around choice, it looks good, does what it is supposed to do, and has a reasonable price.
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Thanks for the pics. Old post, I know. I was just looking at this spoiler on Clark's site and needed a pic. I'm surprised a Camaro spoiler is so narrow on a Corvair.

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