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cervini rear spoiler and louver??

anybody install either of these pieces?? do the original spoiler holes get covered by new spoiler?? i think these are the nicest louvers i've seen..opinions welcome.

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06 GT PREMIUM Manual, 18's, Hurst billet, Webelectric sequentials, painted 10" stripes, Cervini KR500 hood w/functional ram air kit, K&N air filter, Cervini side exhaust, chin spoiler, hood struts, rear ducktail, quarter panel scoops, and quarter window scoops, Midweat Auto Gear strut tower covers, 1/2 mirror covers, and fuel rail covers. Pioneer touch screeen head unit w/blue tooth, dvd & sirius.Also haves: 1969 Lemans & 1968 Firebird.
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yep.....I've got those pieces. Easy install. Top quality pieces. Although I did have to do some sanding on the spoiler.....to smooth out a couple waves and round all the edges. Came out looking great. The spoiler does cover the holes of the original and mounts with double-sided tape. But to be on the safe side...I hard-mounted it by drilling 4 holes in the trunk and using the screws supplied with the kit.
I get alot of good comments on it. Even had a good-looking redhead pull up next to me at a redlight and told me i had the nicest looking a$$ she had ever seen. Hey....that worked for me....its there to stay now.

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Hey 005GT... sounds good... Can I see a pic of what the ducktail looks like without having the cervini rear bumper to match it. According to your signature the rear fender is stock.
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Have the cervini ducktail...factory holes are covered but if you expect to blow past 100mph..you may need a 2 screws to hold the center section...as your other option would be 2 sided tape only.

You can see pics of mine in my gallery .

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hey oo5 gt..lets see some more pics..that avatar looks great!..that spoiler sounds like the best option so far..covers holes and still allows brake light...why would anyone get cdc (doesn't cover holes, and no brake light)with this one out there...how do the window louvers mount? all tape? any on body?

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Ive been considering Cervini Ducktail for awhile but havent been able to see a decent pick without the whole Cervini package, so like these guys said if you could post a pic it would be greatly appreciated
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Lets see if I can figure out how to post a couple pics........
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oh yeah.......the window scoops mount with double-sided tape to the window....not to the metal.
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heres one more from the side................
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Very Nice..thanks For The Info And Pics!

06 GT PREMIUM Manual, 18's, Hurst billet, Webelectric sequentials, painted 10" stripes, Cervini KR500 hood w/functional ram air kit, K&N air filter, Cervini side exhaust, chin spoiler, hood struts, rear ducktail, quarter panel scoops, and quarter window scoops, Midweat Auto Gear strut tower covers, 1/2 mirror covers, and fuel rail covers. Pioneer touch screeen head unit w/blue tooth, dvd & sirius.Also haves: 1969 Lemans & 1968 Firebird.
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A buddy of mine here in town has this spoiler and its awesome! look sweet! but like you all said....you better had drill and bolt the center peice...I can see it flying off. My buddy is concerned about his.

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nothing bad so far...sounds like i'm set..cervini rear spoiler and side window louvers, xenon hood scoop, and dark gray shelby stripes..ok???

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nothing bad so far...sounds like i'm set..cervini rear spoiler and side window louvers, xenon hood scoop, and dark gray shelby stripes..ok???
Sounds like a winner PTLM4LIFE. I think that will look great. I look forward to seeing the end result.
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I bought Cervini's Eleanor kit, and will be installing it tonite if all goes well!!! I have an all black GT, so obviously there won't be any black stripes, but I'm thinking about grey....we shall see.:green
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Hey 005GT, how do you like the Hotwheels 68 rims? I was looking at those awhile back but decided not to get them. Now that I see them on your car, it's got me thinking again. And where did you get the custom tri-bar spinners to put on them?


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