A Flare For Fenders.

68 Camaro

Now that we have a proper front end installed, we can get down to the important work of transforming this '68 Camaro into the car Randy Martin has wanted since 1975.

New floor boards and trans tunnel. New front end.

The floor boards and trans tunnel have been fixed as well.

Taping off body lines.

Scott tapes off the body lines to mark his reference points. Since there are no fender kits for this, we are going to have to fabricate the fender flares ourselves.

Camaro fender flare build 1 Camaro fender flare build 2

Camaro fender flare build 3

The first part of the process requires us to determing where the new wheel opening on the flared fender will be. A piece of wire is tack welded into place where that will be.

Camaro fender flare build 4

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