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    1. #1
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      Mr.Vengeance's Streetfighter Kit, Fender Flares, Chinspoiler and rear Spoiler FINALLY

      First and foremost:

      Thank you very much, Larry Callahan!


      I know, I know.. Finally!.. Vengeance's Fender Flares are ready to be purchased.. just in time for the Bumblebee clones.. lol.
      At least mine are quite tasteful in comparison..


      It took a while to get these going mainly from how busy my business is(not car related) but I finally got the molds made and these are ready.
      Most of the greybeards on here know I had my flares for about 8 years now but dammit here they are!


      The Streetfighter Kit can be bought as a whole kit or in parts.

      Fender Flare set
      $1600 Carbon
      $1200 Fiberglass

      Front Chinspoiler $550

      and rear Spoiler(not pictured as I havent mounted one yet)


      Any part of the kit is offered in Carbon Fiber and Fiberglass.
      I wish they could be cheaper for y'all but thats the price for making this in USA.





      This pic demonstrated just how far the rears come out from the body.. and I am running 14 inch wide in the rear.

      You can see how far they come out of the body.. 4 INCHES in the rear 3.5 INCHES in front.





      The fit is very nice... The flares are not even bolted up completely!.. only 2 bolts finger tighted holding it up there and you can see how snug it is to the body!

      Ignore the dirty hands, KFC fingerprints all over these.. lol!





      The Streetfighter kit Chinspoiler.. in CF or FG

      This is with comparison to a stock 67 68 Camaro spoiler..
      It has about the same depth but justs out forward about 2 more inches than the regular one and is boxed in.


      The stock spoiler has been smushed while on my shelf and looks wider but the Streetfighter chinspoiler is actually about 3 quarter inches wider on the ends to the stock piece..
      I am pretty sure the spoiler will fit on an 69 Camaro also as it is the comfortable middle between the two spoilers widths.







      Ignore the first and last pic as I pshopped Vengeance's Wheels to sit where they are supposed to be on the edge of the flares.

      I have to get a NEW set of wheels for her as I would never use the original wheel maker again.. Transformers tied my hands on running these wheels..



      These are manufactured for me by the race team Jim Downing here in Atlanta so you know the quality is nice and no bullshesh.. USA made.. not perfect 100% show but very very nice.

      Also If you have not done bodywork to your 67-68 Camaro or Firebird these will not be crispy flush to the body.. I mocked them up on Stormy(which havent bodyworked at all) and they fit rather well but to have the tight fitment like on Vengeance you need to have that already sorted.. please take this into account before purchase.

      All holes will be drilled by you for mounting as all cars are different also know that you will have to cut your fenders behind the flares if you want to drop the car lower behind the fender flares for a more tucked look.

      There is a level of commitment to run this look so be aware and responsible as I take no responsibility for the modifications you do to your car..




      I know these are not for everyone taste but now the option is there if you want to run this look and run wider tire!



      email me at:

      [email protected]

      Thank you guys very much!
      Last edited by Mr.VENGEANCE; 06-04-2016 at 09:25 AM.


    2. #2
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      Bolt on flares look good on almost anything, nice work!

    3. #3
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      They look great! Wish I could bring myself to cut up my 67. That piece you did on the wall and overhead door is awesome!

    4. #4
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      I've been dreaming of something like this for my 2nd gen! Any chance of that happening?

    5. #5
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      Quote Originally Posted by RLJ676 View Post
      I've been dreaming of something like this for my 2nd gen! Any chance of that happening?


      How funny you mention this.. I AM NOW WORKING ON A KIT!

      Im excited for these too!

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      Quote Originally Posted by NOT A TA View Post
      They look great! Wish I could bring myself to cut up my 67. That piece you did on the wall and overhead door is awesome!
      Thank you, John!


      Welp they get to see how MY shop looks inside and what I do for a living..

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      please pm me when ready!
      Quote Originally Posted by Mr.VENGEANCE View Post
      How funny you mention this.. I AM NOW WORKING ON A KIT!

      Im excited for these too!

      - - - Updated - - -



      Thank you, John!


      Welp they get to see how MY shop looks inside and what I do for a living..

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      How about bonding them on instead of bolting?

    8. #8
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      Quote Originally Posted by broken1234 View Post
      How about bonding them on instead of bolting?
      Im sure they could be.. just whomever likes to go that way better know how to bond carbon fiber/fiberglass to metal..

    9. #9
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      Congrats on getting these to market, I hope they move fast, in more than one way.
      Kudos!
      Dave
      84 Monte SS - just a few bolt-ons

    10. #10
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      man Rod, I would love to see my kit on your car.. Ive been such a fan!

    11. #11
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      I really like the Vengeance chin spoiler. I also assume the splitter you have installed on the car is not part of the chin spoiler. So is the $550 price listed above for the CF or FG version?
      Steve Hayes
      "Dust Off"
      68 Camaro

      Given sufficient initial acceleration, even pigs can fly!

    12. #12
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      Its great seeing you finally got these manufactured, I saw you talking about this ages ago. Ill have to show my buddy Rick these....he has two 69's

    13. #13
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      Thank you to one of my first batch of sales of my Vengeance Flares kit.

      gonna be sick things rolling around Nor Cal.


    14. #14
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      Dang dude, you've got that Camaro looking good! I like those flares. (now back to sanding)

      Carl Wilson
      1968 Camaro - T-56 6 speed - 383 Stroker, 2014 Mustang GT seats. FiTech EFI, Tanks Inc. Tank with Deutschwerks fuel pump.

    15. #15
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      ahahahah!... keep at it brother!

    16. #16
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      Can't wait for mine to come in!

    17. #17
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      yours are finished!

      im boxing em up now!

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      How's the second gen kit coming?

    20. #20
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      Slowly as I found out that my 70 Firebird fenders are quite different than a 70 Camaro!

      frustrating... lol!


      but the funny thing I found out is that my 67-68 kit kindof works on a 70-80 firebird!

      lol!

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