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Thread: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box Flare

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    A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box Flare

    When I first saw her, i knew she was something special.

    Plus, She had a fat ass!

    So I asked her out, and brought her back to my place:

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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    I wined and dined her



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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    She asked "What are you looking for in a relationship?" I replied:


    To be Continued.....

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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    I hope she puts out for you :lol:

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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    Quote Originally Posted by whit
    I hope she puts out for you :lol:
    LOL, Maybe not as much with the 2.4 NAPZ but I'm sure she will when I drop the VG 3.3 on her.

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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    Sent my Girl to Glamor Shots!

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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    I love J-Tin with box flares. Are those flares (both quarterpanels and fenders) metal or fibreglass?

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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevester
    I love J-Tin with box flares. Are those flares (both quarterpanels and fenders) metal or fibreglass?
    These are old Neely Motorsports Full fiberglass flares. From the 80's or something. Love them.

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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    The rears are full length quarters designed by Joe Vondrachek of QuikSkins. www.FutoFab.com now owns these molds and sells them as their Wide Box Flare fenders.

    The front fenders on oldschool80sguy's car are a more traditional box flare design. There was a wider design that was originally made to compliment the full quarter flares. The airdam/valance on the complimentary fronts is one peice panel. It was designed to be used on racecars and the air dam lip is actually lower than the rocker panels.

    Here is a car with the complete FutoFab.com package on it. The airdam on this car has been trimmed and a rubber skirt attached.

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    Re: A 510 with curves, a match made in Heaven: 72' 510 Box F

    Quote Originally Posted by Dime Dave
    The rears are full length quarters designed by Joe Vondrachek of QuikSkins. http://www.FutoFab.com now owns these molds and sells them as their Wide Box Flare fenders.

    The front fenders on oldschool80sguy's car are a more traditional box flare design. There was a wider design that was originally made to compliment the full quarter flares. The airdam/valance on the complimentary fronts is one peice panel. It was designed to be used on racecars and the air dam lip is actually lower than the rocker panels.

    Here is a car with the complete FutoFab.com package on it. The airdam on this car has been trimmed and a rubber skirt attached.
    All very interesting. I did find a business card clear fiberglassed into all four of my panels however. It reads " Neely Motorsports, Palmdale California". The kit is sturdy with metal plates on corners where bolts meet. I am just happy that all the body lines mate so nicely. Should look real slick in a month or two. I like the car in the pick as well but I confess I like the flat airdam I have versus the round one in this pic. If I had it my way though I wouldnt run either dam, instead I would modify a spook to fit.

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