How do i remove the rear spoiler from a 1975 Corvette AND does the removal mean all i have to do?

Asked by Feb 22, 2007 at 10:45 PM about the 1975 Chevrolet Corvette

Question type: Car Customization

When removing the rear spoiler from a 1975 Corvette, is it neccessary to do anything else or is the car ready to go.

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Hello again! Because this is an aftermarket part, it depends on how it was attached. Make sure you get a good look at all the attachment points. If done correctly, you should just have to remove the bolts holding the spoiler on. Once removed, you may want to do a little body work to fix up any marks left by the spoiler. Sounds like a great project! CarGrrl

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how do you access the bolts? Bill

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