This line was inspired by older JDM and European classics – cars like older Toyota AE86, Datsun 510, 240z, BMW 2002tii, original Alfa Romeo GTV, etc. Featuring “pointy” tips these flares work very well not just on the classics but also on the more modern cars where the owners are going for a more subtle look.
While primarily used on various coupes, such as VW GTI, Hyundai Veloster, Honda Civic, Dodge Challenger, Subaru BR-Z, MINI Cooper and others, this line could also be used on 4-door sedans and hatchbacks, such as Mazda3 (your fabrication talents will come into play though as you will have to get creative with the door opening). Sliders come in 2 different sizes, have a flat profile and have uneven-sized ends (with one being “fatter”). While primarily mounted over rear quarter panels, we’ve seen instances where people mount them “backwards” over front fenders.
Our new Muscle line of universal fender flares is dedicated to good ol’ American muscle cars. We wanted to take the classic beloved lines of cars like ’69 Camaro, ’70 TransAm, Chevrolet Nova SS, Boss Mustang, etc. to the next level for all those looking to widebody their muscle cars. These flares may be also good addition for more modern coupe cars with big stock fenders or “bubble” flares like Nissan 350z/370z, FR-S or BRZ, Golf or Jetta MK4-MK7, etc.
These new big radius universal flares were designed primarily for a growing number of European car owners who want to widen their rides. The flares come with flat surfaces and 2cm corner edging that follows modern European car wheel well openings