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Hey all, I have poked around this site and across the internet and there looks to be very few options for a chin spoiler/splitter for the 66-67 Chevy II. the options i have found are below with links. they are not exactly what i'm looking for. has anyone else found a solution or should i just make one and be done? I like the look of the S10 lower on the 1st Gen Nova's but not sure it will work with the wider 66-67's. has anyone attempted to attach a Gen1 camaro chin spoiler to the Nova? my issue is that my LARGE air to air intercooler hangs about 4" below the chrome bumper. i have has the piping and cooler powdercoated black so it blends in better, but im still not 100% satisfied with it.

https://www.spoilersbyrandy.com/66-67-nova
this is the Spoilers by Randy, this is my 1st choice due to it being metal, but i would like a more aggressive/race look also something that spans the entire bumper

http://glasstek.com/products/chevrolet/nova/
the glasstek spoiler is the look i want but i hate fiberglass on the front end. it is fairly priced at $300 and is a 4" Chin

http://www.ultra-carbon.com/products/nova-parts/66-67-nova-parts/
This is a BADA$$ piece but it is $800 and carbon fiber. i'm not against this part but would rather have a more cost effective metal part that is satin black.

any other options out there? suggestions? experience?
 

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Hey all, I have poked around this site and across the internet and there looks to be very few options for a chin spoiler/splitter for the 66-67 Chevy II. the options i have found are below with links. they are not exactly what i'm looking for. has anyone else found a solution or should i just make one and be done? I like the look of the S10 lower on the 1st Gen Nova's but not sure it will work with the wider 66-67's. has anyone attempted to attach a Gen1 camaro chin spoiler to the Nova? my issue is that my LARGE air to air intercooler hangs about 4" below the chrome bumper. i have has the piping and cooler powdercoated black so it blends in better, but im still not 100% satisfied with it.

https://www.spoilersbyrandy.com/66-67-nova
this is the Spoilers by Randy, this is my 1st choice due to it being metal, but i would like a more aggressive/race look also something that spans the entire bumper

http://glasstek.com/products/chevrolet/nova/
the glasstek spoiler is the look i want but i hate fiberglass on the front end. it is fairly priced at $300 and is a 4" Chin

http://www.ultra-carbon.com/products/nova-parts/66-67-nova-parts/
This is a BADA$$ piece but it is $800 and carbon fiber. i'm not against this part but would rather have a more cost effective metal part that is satin black.

any other options out there? suggestions? experience?
I have both the 66-67 nova spoilers by randy but didn’t like them on my 66.
I have his pro touring spoiler for my 67.
I found this spoiler on eBay that I like because it goes back along the fender. It’s not perfect but will work til I can make my own. We’re trying to fire up my twin turbo car too. Here it is below.
I have a 69 Camaro but can’t remember why I didn’t think the spoiler would fit.
 

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I have both the 66-67 nova spoilers by randy but didn’t like them on my 66.
I have his pro touring spoiler for my 67.
I found this spoiler on eBay that I like because it goes back along the fender. It’s not perfect but will work til I can make my own. We’re trying to fire up my twin turbo car too. Here it is below.
I have a 69 Camarillo but can’t temper why I didn’t think the spoiler would fit.

Sooner- i like the look of the lower one! is it glass or metal? and do you have any photos of the one on the 67?
 

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i have also been looking for a spoiler for my 66. i have my intercooler in the grill, but you can see the exhaust crossover and steering rack (should have painted it black), etc. so i would like it to hide that stuff, plus i think there is just a little bit missing from the front.

i do not like those lips that are an extension of the factory bumper, they just look terrible.

i have a friend with a 1st gen and the S10 lip looks good on his car. like you said, not sure the 2nd gen is S10 friendly.

i do have another buddy that has a 66 also. and he has bought a "67-69 camaro front lip/spoiler" that he has not had a chance to try and fit. i like the spoiler. and i may just buy one and give it a shot.
 

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Saw this at SEMA this year, don't know if its a members car or not. I really liked the car but the flipped over bumper for a chin spoiler didn't do it for me.
Bonus points for creativity, but yeah...

These cars were created during an era where GM stylists pulled sway. Cars generally did not come with chin spoilers when these cars were new, but starting in 1966 the Corvair did. Probably the Spoilers by Randy are closer to what GM would have come up with had it been a mandate for them.

Are you feeling creative and have some spare time? Design your own out of fiberglass. If it doesn't work the 1st time, try a redesign.
 

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Saw this at SEMA this year, don't know if its a members car or not. I really liked the car but the flipped over bumper for a chin spoiler didn't do it for me.
Had one like this on my 66. Looked good but didn’t go far back along the fender. Without doing so I think they look added on and not as integrated
 

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Alright one more car.
This guy mickey apparently sold it.
Looks killer from up front but again I’m not a fan of the add on appearance
 

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I just went through the same thing. I know you mentioned Randy’s as one of your picks. Don’t know if you have seen his pro touring version which is bigger.

https://www.spoilersbyrandy.com/66-67-nova-pro-touring

I just ordered one, looks like the style I like. IMO the really big ones make it look like a locomotive...
 

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Saw this at SEMA this year, don't know if its a members car or not. I really liked the car but the flipped over bumper for a chin spoiler didn't do it for me.
Kinda looks like Mick Jagger lips.:devil:
 

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I just went through the same thing. I know you mentioned Randy’s as one of your picks. Don’t know if you have seen his pro touring version which is bigger.

https://www.spoilersbyrandy.com/66-67-nova-pro-touring

I just ordered one, looks like the style I like. IMO the really big ones make it look like a locomotive...
i was leaning towards the pro touring Randy's... if you get it installed shoot some photos over if you dont mind... and i agree the other ones either look unfinished of protrude out which gives a weird look.
 

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Mines a 1st gen so not as complicated as a 2nd gen. Just 1/4” round rod skinned with sheet metal pretty simple shape compared to a 2nd gen. I cut & tucked the bumper so it fits pretty close.


this looks good! nice and clean! good looking 1st gen!
 

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Alright one more car.
This guy mickey apparently sold it.
Looks killer from up front but again I’m not a fan of the add on appearance
Fun fact! Ryan Milliken currently owns this car and shoved an all billet cummins motor in it, he does well in the radial world...

 
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