Well, to make the
car look different, duh :)
can be done?
are very personal, so chances are very few people will agree regarding
what looks good and what doesn't. I will restrict the information
here to what I have verified and also to that which is tasteful.
You will not find information about giant aluminum spoilers designed for
touring cars here.
sold a front airdam as part of their Autobahn line of accessories.
It has been long discontinued, and there are no more left in the main parts
warehouse in the USA.
The lower black lip
from an A3 VW Jetta or Golf will mount under the factory Fox bumper with
minor modifications. In order to mount it, it has to be flipped upside-down
compared to how it mounts on the A3 VW, and also trimmed for length.
If anyone has specific instructions, please e-mail me and I will post them
Chevrolet S-10 parts:
A mid- to late-1980s
Chevrolet S-10's front airdam will also mount under the factory Fox bumper.
It is essentially a piece of flexible flat plastic that mounts along the
lower edge of the Fox bumper. As I have heard, the shape is nearly
identical, and it only needs to be trimmed for length in the wheel area.
Here is a picture of Karl's wagon with the S-10 airdam installed.
Ford Probe parts:
I know nothing about
how this was done. It caught my eye in an Auto Trader ad. If
I were to attempt using this bumper, I would try to remove the plastic
piece that sits "above" the bumper, and also get rid of the amber0coloured
lights in the bumper, with either tinted or clear ones. Furthermore,
I'd attempt to find a "big bumper" for the rear.
anyone who sends me more info!
with any and all comments, and especially if you can add to this page!
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