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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-29-2005, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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sc ground effects?

hi, i know this has been asked before but i cant find anything on it. can an early model sc gfx kit fit on a 97 bird ? if so is there any type of modifing to do to get it to fit? or will it bolt right up? thanks.
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the pieces that go on the door won't fit, but the lower pieces will.

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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-29-2005, 06:32 PM
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welcome to the boards robbie

here's what your looking for. 97 bird w/ sc side skirts, however i have yet to put on the door pieces like 8ate8 said. i personally don't see why they will not fit, hopefully i'll havethe pieces painted and installed by fall.

i plan on doing some sort of write-up post for install on the 96/97 cars due to the apparent lack of info concerning it, but that's not gonna be till i get the pieces figured out and i get some free time

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It seems like if they would look better if they were molded in with the 96/97 molding.

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You could do that (or have a shop do it), but since there were never any 96 or 97 SCs, it'll have to be custom. That's not too difficult of a job to fill the gap with some fiberglass, though.
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I never really thought about this, but it would look really cool to smooth SC's on to the 96-7's.
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I've always thought it would look good. Just never had the opportunity to try and do it. (Never been much of a body man)

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