I had a laid off auto industry stylist/clay model maker who used to work with Larry Shinoda mock up some flares for me. They are far more attractive than the rare and expensive GM export Grand Sport ones that just stick on as these flow into the hood lines very well.

This first set of pictures is with 345/30/19 tires on 19x12 wheels. See the clearance available. Photobucket
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These were patterned for the front but they will also work on the rear.

They will give clearance and cover any size tire that you will run even with a lowered car.  You can add them to gain tire clearance if you cut away the original or just add them without cutting for the more aggressive and sporty appearance. The Grand Sport flare follows the original fender line and cannot give all the tire clearance available with these flares. If you are concerned about clearance for big tires on a lowered car, this is the flare for you.

These pictures are of the raw flare held in place with tape to give an idea of the fit. The way to make the flares fit the rear is to lower them on the body to where the arc of the flare is equal to the rear wheel opening. The flare would then stick below the body molding and needs to be shortened.  These pictures of the raw flares on the yellow totally stock car are untrimmed showing max width possible.

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Fit all C4 Corvettes. 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996. Left and right side do not interchange, they are unique.

They come in white gelcoat finish with extra depth beyond the suggested trim line that allows you to make them wider than how I have installed them on my car. These pictures are of them on the car before painting to show you how good they fit . Very little filler is needed to blend them in.

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Listed on ebay for full price.  Special pricing for NCCC members. Call for that.

Bruce  248-685-7145

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