Several years ago, I had the flairs
molded into the body. It was not easy, but the finished
look was far superior.
The first step was to
take and drill holes at each of the "pad" locations
that are on the back of the flairs. It actually looks
like this was their intended purpose. With the holes
drilled, the panel was mounted to the car and then the
holes were drilled into the body. Then the panel was
prepped with fiberglass resin and then rivited to the
body. Fiberglass was then used to mold the panels
smooth. All rivet holes were covered, even inside the
wheelwells and on the hatch spoiler. The final effect was
outstanding, making the entire body look like it was built
that way by the general.
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