City of Industry, CA – Anderson Composites is excited to announce a new carbon fiber rear spoiler for the Shelby GT350R.
“We made tooling from an actual GT350R rear spoiler to get the best quality and fitment for Shelby owners”, states Zach Bohn,
Brand Manager. This component will be a great addition to the Shelby GT350 carbon fiber product line.
This spoiler, (SKU # AC-RS15FDMU350-OE) is made of high quality 3k, 2x2 carbon fiber twill fabric and high-grade marine resin with UV inhibitors for an excellent fabric-to-resin ratio. The spoiler includes OE-style hardware and brackets, which mount at the OE GT350R hole locations. Spoilers weigh approximately 8.1 lbs, which is 23% less than an original factory unit which weighs 10.6 lbs.
These products are made by skilled craftsmen and utilize modern production techniques to ensure the most consistent quality and retain a high-luster show quality finish.
About Anderson Composites
Anderson Composites, located in the heart of Southern California, specializes in carbon fiber body panels for late-model domestic muscle vehicles. A focus on performance and quality differentiates Anderson Composites from the competition. Each product is designed to not only look incredible but also offer performance advantages such as weight savings, enhanced cooling and improved aerodynamics. The Anderson Composites brand was launched by a handful of SoCal automotive enthusiast to pool their passion and knowledge of domestic muscle vehicles and provide fellow gearheads a new source for late model domestic muscle vehicle components. This vast collection of experience compiled from years of grassroots and sanctioned motorsports (road racing, drag racing, off-road racing and even some motorcycle racing) is driving some of the most innovative lightweight body parts which are both aesthetically stunning and functional. Anderson Composites has robust resources to manufacture carbon fiber and fiberglass products through the latest technologies and best practices. Anderson Composites capabilities and proprietary processes can be tailored to meet the demands of the automotive aftermarket as well as private-label projects. You can learn more at www.andersoncomposites.com.