Got this from GMpartshouse.com

Grand Sport (Widebody) Conversions

Front Grand Sport (Widebody) Conversion - $2549.80
Rear Grand Sport (Widebody) Conversion (Coupe) - $1438.19
Rear Grand Sport (Widebody) Conversion (Convertible) - $1491.56



Front Grand Sport (Widebody) Conversion consists of 44 part numbers and 129 total pieces.
Rear Grand Sport (Widebody) Conversion consists of 15 part numbers and 26 total pieces


Grand total is approx $4000.00

You'll be hard pressed to find it cheaper anywhere else for OEM parts.
 
Is there a list anywhere of the part numbers of all the parts required to add wide body quarters to a stock 2005 C6? I was just wondering what the cost would be. Just asking. ;)

Keith , I have done quite s few if these conversions. Drop me an email and I will give you our quote .

Most just do the rear fenders .
 
Would love to see this as a pic-filled build thread on the forum. I've been interested in how these work--especially the rears. I've always thought it'd be risky trying to match black paint, so my car wouldn't be a candidate anyways.
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When having chip repair done on our old Chevelle, we had the paint scanned and the new paint mixed to the scan. Mixing to a paint code sure doesn't work. Our el Camino was a shade or two different from the Chevelle yet were both Code 69 paint. I've also heard that the paint scans can be off too, so it is a hard call. Our Chevelle turned out OK.
 
Is there a list anywhere of the part numbers of all the parts required to add wide body quarters to a stock 2005 C6? I was just wondering what the cost would be. Just asking. ;)
soooooo when you change the rear fenders how do the stock rear wheels look, can you put in spacers to take up the difference or are new wheels in order?
 
soooooo when you change the rear fenders how do the stock rear wheels look, can you put in spacers to take up the difference or are new wheels in order?

You can use spacers , but most just get C6 Z06 size wheels .
 
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