Firebird fender is cut out. Dynacorn replacement fender fit into place.

The same process that was used to "flare" the front fenders will be used for the rear fenders. First, the original panel is cut out, then the replacement panel from Dynacorn, cut slightly larger, is fit into place and welded.

Side view of fender with wheel mock-up.

Scott holds panel in place. Checking the amount of "flare" in the fender.

With the vice-grips holding the forward edge in place, Scott bows the the replacement out to where he wants it. He has a real "flair" for "flare" (pardon the pun).

Head-on view of rear fender. Top view of fender.

View of top of fender.

Here you can the extent of the flaring. The hash marks indicate the point where the flare reaches its maximum extentions.

Scott holds a panel up so we can get a clear view of both fender flares.

An inside view of one of the fenders.

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