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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-29-2004, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Guess my spoiler

I mentioned a LONG time ago about a spoiler from a different car that fits on our cars, well I finally got pics.
Now guess what kind of car it came from.
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I'm guessing either Pontiac or possibly Audi origins.

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Im just gonna throw a guess out there. Late 90's Z28?
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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-29-2004, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
 
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Mine actually came off an 82 ish trans am, but I believe they are the same thing.
It lines up like it was made for the car.
Good cheap spoiler, lots out there.
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wow! it does look good...

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lol i got one off an 86 firebird a year and a half ago and was going to do the same thing, guess the spoiler, and you are right, they fit like they are made for the car, i wish i could rob mine and put it on my new bird, but i dont want holes in my trunk when it goes to the auction.

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Could I ask a favor? Could you get more of a side shot so I can see how much of an arch it has to it...or is it more of a straight edge? Also...could you measure how wide it is so I can see about how it would fit on the Bird's trunk? Thanks.

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post #8 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-01-2004, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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It'll fit a bird.
I originall bought it for my 90LX but sold it before I got the spoiler painted for it.
It has a little curve, but not much.
I'll try to remember to get a couple more shots tomrrow.
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personally i think it fits a bird better than a cougar for one reason, the cougars flat trunk doesnt line up woith the bottom edge angle of the spoiler, the slope on a bird's trunk matches up perfectly with the angle of the spoiler. just my 2 cents....still looks great on either 1 though.

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Mine actually came off an 82 ish trans am, but I believe they are the same thing.
It lines up like it was made for the car.
Good cheap spoiler, lots out there.
Trans Am had the wings as pictured. Z-28's had a small lip spoiler.


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i liked that wing so much i bought one.....with a brake though...

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guess what guys i dont need a spoiler cuz i have a laugage rack on my trunk and it looks damn good too

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you think so???....
My cat has that crap but its coming off once my wing comes in...

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its unique i like it all chromed out little rack its cool

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Ya i still have the brake light for the spoiler too.
Aww crap, just realized I forgot to get a pic of the side view.
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I have that same spoiler. I have had it for awhile now, got it off another cougar. Although its not painted the same color as my car, its still looks good. I dont have any close-ups, but you get the idea.



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Quote:
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guess what guys i dont need a spoiler cuz i have a laugage rack on my trunk and it looks damn good too
Why not get both? I actually like the luggage rack on some mn12s though.
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