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Old 01-27-2006, 10:09 AM   #1
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Some more great Tech Art CaymanS pics from Germany




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Yeah, TechArt's doing their one-trick pony thing again. Blah. Too bad those sideskirts don't work with the side vent swoops at all, eh?
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Yeah the that one small horizontal line kind of ruins the flow. but only if you stare at it too long.

What bothers me right away is the the rear end is sitting too high. Look how low to the ground the front lip is. They should have added the 911 winglets to the bottom of the rear bumper.
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nice wheel IMHO, but not so sure about the side skirts.
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Yeah the that one small horizontal line kind of ruins the flow. but only if you stare at it too long.

What bothers me right away is the the rear end is sitting too high. Look how low to the ground the front lip is. They should have added the 911 winglets to the bottom of the rear bumper.
Yeah, looks rather NASCAR that way, doesn't it?

One of the big mistakes some people make is to not put on a complete body kit--from front to rear--which of course makes the bottom lines flow incorrectly. In
this case I guess it wouldn't matter if you had all the pieces or not.
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