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Andy Andy

(2 posts)

03/07/2013 05:24PM

Main British Car:

fender flares
Posted by: teleclassic
Date: March 07, 2013 05:49PM

I have a stock crome bumper B and would like to flare fenders then use wide tires, any suggestion will be welcome

John Fenner
Miami Fl
(168 posts)

03/11/2010 10:58AM

Main British Car:
1972 MGB 350 CHEVY

Re: fender flares
Posted by: flitner
Date: March 07, 2013 10:39PM

Welcome to the madness! I would say that it boils down to two things, the style that you like and the skill factor you have with the tools to complete the task. That said, on mine I had lurked this site page by page, and every picture combining the different tricks and looks that are there.
I decided that I didn't care for the Rabbit style due to the beltline disappearing, but liked the styling of the Sebring style, and went that route, although there was extensive fabrication involved I achieved the look I was after without a stitch of fiberglass or resin.
It was a 3,1/2 year endeavor that payed off well.

There are some nice glass kits being made on here as well to look into.

Keith Montague

(176 posts)

01/25/2014 08:08PM

Main British Car:

Re: fender flares
Posted by: Brownwood
Date: April 03, 2014 10:15AM

I just got my Huffaker flares from Steven Lilves and they are nice parts. It's a very daunting taks for me but it looks doable and the flares fit my car well.

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