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Re: World Series front spoiler
If it has split (and is otherwise complete), your cheapest option is to get the existing one repaired.
This can be either done on or off the car.
It's not beyond the scope of a DIY'er who has a bit of patience and somewhere under cover to work on it.
Post a few pics and I can give you a bit of advice (if you'd like to consider repairing it), and also an idea of what a SMART repairer would charge to carry out the repair.
That way, you have explored all avenues and can assess your options from an informed perspective.
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