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What Spoiler Is This!?

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1 hour ago, TripE46 said:

This car is wild! I love the trunk spoiler. Think it's a custom job?

https://www.instagram.com/indyohtwo/?hl=en

https://indy02.com/

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I have no idea what kind of spoiler that is, but that car is sweet!   :wub:

Based on that awesome custom exhaust outlet, I'd guess the spoiler is custom fabbed as well.

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It's Joe Kitterman's car-I imagine he'll chime in soon. I don't think it's a Kooglewerks piece but I could be wrong. These are his 2 IG accts:

@indyohtwo
@joekitterman

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Hello all - it is my car and it’s all custom.

First of many we hope.

Happy to hear the positive comments - thanks so much

Here’s some better pics

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1 hour ago, joekitt said:

Hello all - it is my car and it’s all custom.

First of many we hope.

Happy to hear the positive comments - thanks so much

Here’s some better pics

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More photos please!  Tell me it's not just a stock motor under the hood (lie to me if necessary).

 

Love the green.

 

Jason

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1 hour ago, joekitt said:

Hello all - it is my car and it’s all custom.

First of many we hope.

Happy to hear the positive comments - thanks so much

Here’s some better pics


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Maybe it's just me, but I think a square tail looks so much better modified than a roundie does. it just "fits" better to the style.  I love the license plate mount too.  Awesome work Joe!

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10 minutes ago, JsnPpp said:

More photos please!  Tell me it's not just a stock motor under the hood (lie to me if necessary).

 

Love the green.

 

Jason

 

Haha you should really check out his Instagram, nothing on the car is stock. 

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29 minutes ago, Mike G said:

 

Haha you should really check out his Instagram, nothing on the car is stock. 

I'll do that! Love seeing the truly custom work come together.  Great looking ride...

 

And @NYTransplant - I agree that this fits squarelights much better than roundlights!

 

It is my hope that someday someone can work 2002s to the same level as a Singer. If you haven't looked at these cars in depth, block out a few hours to do so. They are insane. Yes, I know, cost prohibitive, etc. but we are just dreaming here among car enthusiast friends.

 

http://singervehicledesign.com/works/

 

~Jason

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Thanks for all the kind words - yes, Singer is the benchmark and that’s what we attempted to achieve

 

 

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Needs moar front cambers!

 

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Love this so much.  The attention to detail and all of the fabrication around this car is killer.  Rad that you went that far out of the box, but still looks well put together.

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19 hours ago, joekitt said:

Hello all - it is my car and it’s all custom.

First of many we hope.

Happy to hear the positive comments - thanks so much

Here’s some better pics

1c098b8f5265d2321e7463a1cc3cb1e6.jpg

fed07e7bc128099d65ab9f6dbe1397e5.jpg

5292910b0bffc8b71b37b846426ddb02.jpg


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Sweet car man! I ended up reaching out to the Car Vault to find out that it was a custom job. Everything works so well together, the spoiler obviously, but the silver bits on the bumper, the side outs, mirrors, etc... I also love the color.

 

I keep going back and forth with adding a spoiler to mine. I've test fit the Kooglewerks and the Turbo one, but didn't like either on my car. I love the "duck tail" look on yours. 

 

Sounds like I'll have to shape my own and have someone make it for me.

 

What is made out of? Is it attached using fasteners and or adhesive?

 

Here's my. 75' 1502 hotrod

 

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The spoiler is made from sheet steel and is fastened to the deck with aircraft fasteners


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