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post #1 of 34 Old 12-01-2007, 01:31 PM Thread Starter
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Holy crap what a wing on a car

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That reminds me of seeing a Geo hatchback with a wing bolted onto the TOP of the car that stretched out atleast a foot over both sides of the car. And it was going like 5-10mph below the speed limit. Knowing Geos...the wing was probably too heavy for it to move.



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All wings look terrible IMO.

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In that car's case I'm sure it is actually function over form.

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there are only certian cars that big spoilers go on. (outside of the drag racing world) and i would much rather it be on a lambo, (capable of very high top speed, where it would actually be useful) then on some civic or acura

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In that car's case I'm sure it is actually function over form.

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Function is fine, but that doesn't mean it looks good on the street

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Funtion or not it looks like one of those toys for helping toddlers learn how to walk or some kind of shopping cart to me.

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So tell me, please. Plymouth aside, it is a classic. What are your opinions on the Superbird?


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