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Below are some sketches done from memory of the completed form of Shadow, as well as artistic renderings of his custom rear spoiler made of galvanized steel, and his front air dam made from steel and rubber.
The above is a simple profile view of Shadow, detachable lower air dam and roof CB antenna included. Note the front air dam had a slight tilt to it, while the rear spoiler basically just extended by a few inches the standard rear spoiler which had come built-in to the car.
The above is a three-quarter perspective of Shadow. Detachable lower air dam and roof CB antenna are included in this view. The mud flap-like items behind the front wheels were actually a part of the custom steel fender flares, while those behind the rear wheels were much more easily added items available from a discount or auto parts store.
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Above is a full on head on view of Shadowfast's final front end appearance, with the lower rubber air dam installed (artistic rendering).
The above is an artistic rendering of Shadow's custom steel rear spoiler. It was a wraparound similar to Pontiac Trans Ams of the era. Shadow's final paint scheme was flat black (including surfaces normally chrome such as the bumpers and trim) and so much less reflective than indicated above. But the reflection quotient in the image may help to convey the actual spoiler's geometry. I believe I did retain the red rear side running lights as shown here. Under the bumper may be seen the factory back up light bezels, which (with the proper mods) were conducive to hosting different bulb types than those installed at the factory...
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