I think that you will. EDIT: At least on the fenders, probably not on the rockers the way they attach.Question for y'all... If I go with cervenis... Do I have to remove all of the metal brackets on the rockers and fenders?
Thinking more I may go that way or everytime I look at the car and see some be warp in the side skirts it will bother me. Thanks
I used cervinis on my Cobra clone project, although it was an LX, but unlike OEM Cobra pieces they do not use the GT fender brackets.
I do like the Cervini's quality. Some do not like the fact that they attach via sheet metal screw and double sided tape.
I'd be surprised if a urethane piece cannot be straightened. With enough heat they can be manipulated pretty easily, so heating and clamping should work. You may call a body shop as well and ask a few questions.
I'd definitely go with cervinis over an LX conversion. Tracking down all the little molding bits, having to replace both bumpers, repairing the holes left by the GT hardware kit... it can be done, but it's definitely some work.