Front End Dress Up

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Finally installed the lower spoiler.



 

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Looks good. How was the install?? I am going to be installing a lower spoiler on the 71 i'm working on. Just fit it in place and drill holes??

 

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Looks good. How was the install?? I am going to be installing a lower spoiler on the 71 i'm working on.  Just fit it in place and drill holes??
When I installed mine I had the front Valance off.  It was easy to align the spoiler and drill the holes with everything on a table.  I did all of this standing up rather than laying on my back trying to keep everything aligned and drilling the holes.

Edit:  I found a couple of pics when I did mine.  Used a couple of clamps to hold it in place and then drill the holes.  The valence is held on by about 8 screws so it is really easy to take off the car.

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Looks good. How was the install?? I am going to be installing a lower spoiler on the 71 i'm working on.  Just fit it in place and drill holes??
When I installed mine I had the front Valance off.  It was easy to align the spoiler and drill the holes with everything on a table.  I did all of this standing up rather than laying on my back trying to keep everything aligned and drilling the holes.

Edit:  I found a couple of pics when I did mine.  Used a couple of clamps to hold it in place and then drill the holes.  The valence is held on by about 8 screws so it is really easy to take off the car.
Nice! Thanks for the hint! The car is completely disassembled so it shouldn't be a problem installing it on the bench. I wouldn't of thought of that!! :shootself:  Thanks for the input!! :goodpost:

 

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