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Any ideas to fill in the area below the header panel and above the lower valance. I thought about a 2010 camaro, and if any way to use it, but its plastic, and not sure how to mount it. I would use my header panel, and the lower part of the 2010 camaro valance. It would be one of a kind

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Any ideas would be greatly appreciated for my 77 camaro
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If any one could post a pic of the front of a 2010 camaro. I could cut the valance in two. The center would line up perfect. If this can be done i want to try. COuld i make brackets to mount it to my header panel,and to my existing lower valance?
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Moving this to basics in hopes for more replies. I am a little confuzzled, it is early and i am on my first cup of coffee, are you wanting to modify the front grille area? Headlights to center type of idea? My problem is that style of Camaro is my favorite and I wouldn't change a thing, that's a nice car that you own.
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I agree with dinger,thats a nice looking ride just the way it is. But if it was me I would find a doner car and get the parts you think you would need and cut on them before I cut on my car to see if I liked the way it looked first.
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What i was wanting to do was use my original header panel, but get rid of the front bumper, and possible the lower valance, and use the 2010 camaro to fill in the lower valnce of mine, I think it would look really good and original, but dont know how or if at all possible. Maybe wishful thinking
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