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  1. ezdoes123

    ezdoes123 New Member

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    Is there a Mustang after market spoiler that will fit the front valance panel on my 1970 Ford Maverick?

    Thank you.
     
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    Bulhead Rudy Bidlack

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    I don't think there is a mustang spoiler that will fit. I have tried one from a 70 and it was too wide. I've got a 69 Camero spoiler on my car and it fits perfectly!
     
  3. Craig Selvey

    Craig Selvey Indiana State Rep - MCCI

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    I agree with Craig, they are great spoilers easy to work with and fit the best that I have used
     
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    71gold Frank Cooper Supporting Member

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    too flat, too deep...looks like a shelf...:yup:
     
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    Craig Selvey Indiana State Rep - MCCI

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    I like the "shelf" look better than the shovel or snow plow look. :yup:
     
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    facelessnumber Drew Pittman

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    I agree. However I was able to reinforce the lip of mine with a couple of pieces of 1/2" angle aluminum and change the shape slightly... Not the best pic but I think it looks ok. I liked the Camaro spoiler too but the one I had was relatively fragile.
     

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    I guess it is to each his own. With just about any spoiler you can install it flatter to resemble a shovel or you can put a slight rake on it.
     

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