- High quality fiberglass Corvette rear lower valance
- Fits the 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960 Corvette’s
- Gray gel coat finish is perfect to sand, seal, and paint
- Minimal prep time
- Finest Automotive Grade Resins With 3 Layers Of 1.5 Oz Mat & light grey Soft Sanding Gel Coat
- Our Hand Rolled Process Is Stronger & Free Of Bubbles & Waves
- Superior Strength & Quality
- Precision Trimming Minimizes Prep Time
- Uses Your Original Hinges And Support
- Made in the U.S.A.
The fiberglass Corvette rear lower valance will improve and accentuate your vehicle’s original styling. It has been engineered and made by experienced craftsman who pay close attention to detail. These men and women take pride in the products they build to ensure this sleek, detailed, Corvette part complements your vehicle’s exterior design, giving it that outstanding look every Corvette owner craves.
The hand laid fiberglass rear lower valance is strong and durable. Each Stinger Fiberglass mold has been painstakingly reproduced from the original GM body parts and has heavy reinforcements to ensure consistent quality and a superior fit. They are NOT built using a chopper gun as with cheaper imitations. Hand lamination is used to make every part here at Stinger Fiberglass. The gray gel coat finish is perfect to sand, seal and paint which means minimal prep time.
Conditions out of our control are rough on vehicles, so we use high quality materials to withstand years of exposure to the elements. This Corvette rear rear valance will look great and will add originality, style and attitude to your car!
At American Sports Car/Stinger Fiberglass Designs we make fiberglass products for the classic car enthusiast and we use superior materials. Whether you are searching for something unique compared to other vehicles, or sticking with the classic factory look, the choice is yours.
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NOTE: Fiberglass panels require fitting, trimming, shimming, and special finishing. Unless you are experienced in working with fiberglass, we recommend using a qualified body shop.