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  • Straight out the back like the current POTM has

    7 58.33%
  • The look i had before with the tips pointed downward out the back

    5 41.67%
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Thread: 1982 Ford LTD-S 351W Police Car

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    Yes. That looks really good and those wheels are sweet. Nice work.
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    Thanks everyone- i finally finished and installed them. They're OK. Much better than having just the front lip by itself, although I'm not sure it lends itself to the body lines of the car. As you can see, from just the right angle you can see light between the metal piece i made and the plastic bumper filler

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    -Phil



    +1982 Ford LTD-S Police Car. Built 351w, Trickflow 11R 190 Heads, Holley Sniper EFI, RPM Intake+ Hyperspark dizzy, WR-AOD, Full exhaust headers to tails. 3.27 Trac-Lok Rear. Aluminum Police Driveshaft. Speedway Springs+Bilstein Shocks, Intermediate Brakes, HPP Steering Box.

    +2003 Acura CL Type S 6-speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown_Muscle View Post
    Thanks everyone- i finally finished and installed them. They're OK. Much better than having just the front lip by itself, although I'm not sure it lends itself to the body lines of the car. As you can see, from just the right angle you can see light between the metal piece i made and the plastic bumper filler

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    That all may be so but STILL pretty cool looking and have to appreciate the fab work.
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    Looks great
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    Looks great to me phil. Nice work.
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