Flat Out Spoiler

  • $ 850.00
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PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU SELECT THE CORRECT YEAR FOR YOUR CAMARO. If you mess up you will need to pay for the shipping for the return and the new shipping back to you.

These are a retake on a first-gen Camaro rear spoiler that is designed to fit the contours of the original Camaro body. It adds a modern twist to the original classic spoiler-style lines. The Flat Out Spoiler comes in a lightweight bare carbon fiber available for the 1967-1968 Camaro body as well as the 1969 Camaro body style. This “Flat Out Spoiler” will add the perfect modern touch while keeping the classic look to any first-gen Resto-Custom Camaro.

*Available only in bare carbon fiber ready for you to apply your own finish. These are rough and meant to be painted! The Flat Out Spoiler bolts into the factory spoiler holes of the trunk lid. Like all builders products, make sure to properly fit it before you paint it!

*If you are ordering from outside the US please call to order or email us we have to calculate shipping.

Flat Out Spoiler kit includes the following:

  • 4 qty ¼-20 X ¾ allen bolts with washers
  • 4 qty ¼-20 X ½ allen bolts with washers
  • Locktite (only use when final install occurs)
  • Install Instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Bob Teichert
Bitchin Spoiler

Very light carbon fiber spoiler with mounting hardware included. Needed minor touch up body work prior to paint which was expected. Installed this on my 69 Firebird and it is totally Bitchin! I am a little disappointed that I did not buy this last year back in 2023 as the cost increased as everything else but it was still worth every penny paid. Thank you Team Kindig-IT !

David W.
The spoiler created the look I was wanting

The quality was very good and the ordering and shipping was as it should be

Robert N.
Flat-out spoiler

Awesome--looks fantastic!!!!

Peter W.
Perfect in the raw

I wanted this spoiler as soon as it debuted on the show. I purchased it the first day it was offered. I haven’t mounted it yet, but it is perfect in raw carbon. My preference is to clear coat it and let it speak for itself.