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  1. Khuotakharma

    Khuotakharma Active Member

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    Hello e-buddies!
    Any one know if there is a rear valence that will fit a '73 challenger without cutouts for the bumperettes.

    Thank you
     
  2. quapman

    quapman Well-Known Member

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    All 70-74s had the cutouts. You'll have to fill the spaces if you don't want them.
     
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    Thank you. I thought that might be the case. I have to consider my options.
     
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    FLY'NFISH Active Member

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    Someone did an amazing job on mine. Great job welding in some pieces to fill the holes. 2014-jpg.jpg
     
  5. Khuotakharma

    Khuotakharma Active Member

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    Do you have "someones" contact info? . Looks nice. Do you have longer shackles on the car. Looks like they had to build around them. Previous owner put them on my car. I like the ride height but can't live with those shackles sticking down.
     
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    I apologize as it was done prior to me owning the car. I don't know if the shackle was modified in order to hide them. This person did what many do and added a more sleek earlier model bumper guard that kind of blocks the hole.
     
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    Is there a gap between the top of your rear tires and the wheel well? Most of the stock ride heights I have seen on these cars the tires go up into the wheel well but don't rub. IMG_1161.JPG