This is just a feel out thing since I had numerous people asking for the wide body front fenders I have on my car. I have talked to a company who could make it for us just like mine, but I need to know how many of you would be interrested, and if there is enough demand, we could set up a group buy or something through one of the vendors here.
The price finished and coated would be around $600+shipping, with local L.A. pickup available, but it also depends how many people would be interrested, if we could get like 15 sets or so, it could be even lower.
Let me know guys, send me the feedbacks!!!
Some of the rest of the stuff we are making right now, these are all CF parts:
- widebody front fenders, like the ones on my car ~$600
- OEM front fenders ~$450
- doors ~$600/door
- front splitter ~$250
- rear diffuser ~$400
- side skirts ~$300
- center console lid ~$30
- gas tank door(not an overlay) ~ $50
- sunroof delete ~ $80
- dashboard console trim(the silver one around the buttons) not an overlay ~$50
- license plate holder's trim ~$25
- front canards ~$125
The prices are approximate, depends on number of people interrested can be more or less, will have to see once we are done...
I will start a list for the CF front wide body fenders and then we go from there, if you are interrested and would buy now than put yourself on the list.
Well they are flared out more since they are wide body fenders
For the crash side of the deal, carbon fiber in only 3 layers is already as strong if not stronger then the thin steel they used for our cars' fenders...
Yes it could be shipped without coating, but i don't know how much price difference it would be, but it could be done for sure.
Well the matching rear overlay could be made, but you figure it out how you will have it molded to the car...it would have to be done by a bodyshop since unfortunately the rear quarter panel is a part of the body frame...trust me i wanted to replace the whole quarter panel, but since it's part of the body, i don't want to mess with it...
Actually the rear quarter panel has a lot of room to be moved around with the proper tools, i mean i fit 275 slicks under there and have no issue rubbing, maybe when i go to the 305 or 335s i will do some flares there and have the kit completed
So about 5 people so far...let's keep it going so we can start production