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Main : Mechanical : Body and Interiors front spoiler

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SubmitterL18_B110More Photos from L18_B110   Last Update2002/9/4 23:27    Tell a friendTell a friend
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this is the the new type front spoiler, we just sat it there for the photo - it's not bolted on. it joins up with the front flares as well.

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1200rallycar
Posted: 2002/9/8 11:53  Updated: 2002/9/8 11:53
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/3/20
From: Melbourne, Australia
Posts: 8221
 Re: front spoiler
whos posting this stuff?
is the person making these a pro or just an average shmo, looks too good for backyarder thats forsure?
when are we going to get prices?
anychance of getting side skirts made up?, i know they are not required for circuit cars (i assume thats what this stuff is for) but it would complete the bodykit for the roadcar i intend to build using this stuff

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L18_B110
Posted: 2002/9/8 23:30  Updated: 2002/9/8 23:30
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/8/6
From: Brisbane, Australia
Posts: 3792
 Re: front spoiler
Hi 1200rallycar, it's me posting these pics.

Steve Draheim owns (and built) the multi colored Improved Production coupe, and is the guy making these parts. It's funny you asked that, cause these shots were taken in his backyard! But he is very good, and has alot of experience with fibreglass, as well as steel fabrication.

I'll call him tonight and hurry him along with the pricing.

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mikali
Posted: 2002/11/3 8:32  Updated: 2002/11/3 8:32
Home away from home
Joined: 2002/4/4
From: Sydney, Australia
Posts: 534
 Re: front spoiler
hmmmmmm dont like the idea of a front spoiler or rear one for that matter , i reckon it spoils the beauty of the coupe no offence of course

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L18_B110
Posted: 2002/12/19 7:00  Updated: 2002/12/19 7:00
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/8/6
From: Brisbane, Australia
Posts: 3792
 Re: front spoiler
Styling is a matter of personal taste, but I reckon the coupes look alot tougher with the front and rear spoilers.

Besides, they are functional and a very good idea for anyone who is considering any kind of motorsport (except maybe rally).
Also my car runs noticeably cooler on the street with the front spoiler on.

Steven Draheim makes these fibreglass parts for 1200's

email: sdraheim@ozemail.com.au

this front spoiler will be slightly over AUS$200 + postage & handling (I don't think Steve has completed a timed job card yet to confirm the final price for this spoiler)

fits all 1200 models: sedan, coupe, ute, wagon.

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1200ute8u1
Posted: 2003/3/6 8:00  Updated: 2003/3/6 8:00
Home away from home
Joined: 2002/10/14
From: nsw,AUSTRALIA
Posts: 549
 Re: front spoiler
older cars look better with the forward facing ones the one that is used as like a giant scoop that are made to fit are the bnest ones for a 1200 coupe or ute

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Jota
Posted: 2006/8/9 16:25  Updated: 2006/8/9 16:25
Not too shy to talk
Joined: 2006/2/23
From: Guatemala
Posts: 24
 Re: front spoiler
hey i am trying to write to steven draheim email adress but it is impossible, do you have any other e-mail adress... im looking forward to buy rear and front flares...

my email is samgt18@gmail.com thanks.