Looking for a measurement from a 70 Challenger or AAR Cuda

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  1. multimopes

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    I know this doesn't really fit here but I just want to know if anybody knows somebody with one of the above cars. I just want to know what the exact length of the rear spoilers on those cars are. I tried calling Tony's and 3 or 4 other aftermarket sellers and even though they sell them, they could not give me any info. I want to try adapt one to a B body. There are a couple guys on here who adapted a 69 Camaro spoiler to RR's and I bought one. But before I butcher my cars trunk lid I want to be sure that one of the above would work. Most likely not but I want to do a feasibility study first. I am a purist and want to keep mine all Mopar if possible first. I did not want to join the E body site just to get some numbers. I haven't had a Challenger in 30 years. I also am curious what the width of the Challenger Front spoiler pair is. I have the Boomerang spoilers already but want to see all options before proceeding. I'd like to make my 73 a little more unique instead of out of the box. Thank You
     
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    I can get you those measurements give me a day or 2
     
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      Thank you very much! Please, take your time, I am not currently going to do anything until spring. At this stage I am just compiling data. Like I said above, it's just a feasibility study. I have 2 other spoilers that are possibilities. I did not want to join the Ebody site just for some numbers. If I could have gone to a car show in the last few years, I would have measured them myself. The reason I posted this in the A-12 section is that I thought that A-12's are six pak cars. And along those lines, I figured that somebody here might have a friend who had a Challenger TA or AAR Cuda. Maybe I am wrong there too. Like Mrs. Gump said, "Stupid is, as stupid does" or something like that. :rolleyes:
       
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      The T/A rear deck spoiler is approx. 65 1/4 in length X 5 1/8 in width. The T/A front chins are 21 X 3 1/4 inches.
      The AAR rear duck tail spoiler is 62 1/2 X 5 wide, except for where the 3 supports are across the back, it is approx. 5 1/2 wide where they are..
      These measurements are from original factory parts and i am sure the repos will vary from that
       
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        Thank you very much. I noted that Year One now has a T/A made of plastic with molded in studs for approx $100 less but they advertise that it is only for 1970 models. Don't know why. The original style can fit other years but I think some model deck lids don't have holes in the under supports that line up. At least I have something to go on now. Thank you again Moparparts. By the way, what section of PA are you In? I am in NW NJ not far from Stroudsburg.
         
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        Glad to help, i am about 1 hour NW of Harrisburg
        Merry Christmas
         
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        Same to you and a Happy New Year! By the way, you don't sell Mopar parts do you?
         
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        I have a variety of classic parts for sale, let me know what you need
         
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        Looking for a passenger side (chrome) outside rear view mirror for a 73/74 car only. The hole spacing on the 71to 74 application is wrong (too close).
         
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        Sorry non for the passengers side right now, but Thanks for asking
         
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