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Old 11-25-2007, 02:13 PM
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Default Japanise model GTS rear wing extensions

While looking for Strosek front spoiler I noticed Van Zweeden in Netherlands also makes copies of part which factory put only into Japanise cars.
http://www.v-zweeden.com/product_inf...roducts_id=333
http://www.v-zweeden.com/index.php?cPath=298_31_663

This explains why some GTs for sale in Germany recently have had these. One or few of them can be Japanise inports with genuine factory parts. But there has been so many GTS for sale with these extensions lately that Dutch replica parts must be on some of them. These could both be genuine Japanise models based on low miles:
http://www.autoscout24.de/Details.aspx?id=vumpw3hyygrc
http://www.autoscout24.de/Details.as...2po2fc&asrc=fa

These two have similar front piece I'm looking to buy:
http://www.autoscout24.de/Details.aspx?id=lvzjxzem12dg
http://www.autoscout24.de/Details.aspx?id=lv4vfd3nlftg
GT probably has genuine Strosek spoilers though. GTS has rare TechArt aftermarket airbag steering wheel.
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Old 11-25-2007, 02:20 PM
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I would love to have the cash to build a custom 928....thanks for sharing.
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Not sure I like the exotic mud flaps but the first blue car has nice front fender flares IMO. Where we get those? Would match up nice with the OTT rears.
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Great site
v-zweeden....how do the prices compare to US?
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This explains why some GTs for sale in Germany recently have had these. One or few of them can be Japanise inports with genuine factory parts. But there has been so many GTS for sale with these extensions lately that Dutch replica parts must be on some of them. These could both be genuine Japanise models based on low miles:
http://www.autoscout24.de/Details.aspx?id=vumpw3hyygrc
http://www.autoscout24.de/Details.as...2po2fc&asrc=fa
Those ain't cheap Between 53,000$ and 57,000$ CDN. The sellers will make a huge profit.

You can buy a '92 GTS in good condition from Japan for around 9,000$ to 11,000$ CDN

All the GTS from Japan that I saw has those extensions.
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I had the Strosek front spoiler on my old GT. I used to like it a lot.
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They have replica S4 rear bumper covers - never seen those anywhere else...
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Originally Posted by Sterling View Post
AIR here in the states used to make a rear S4 bumper cover replica.... it was really easy to tell because the Porsche letters were missing....
Yep, but the one pictured on this webiste has the Porsche lettering, no extra vent holes, and both exhaust and tail lights apparently in the right position.
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I can't keep from scraping the front end as it is...my spoiler is 4 inches from the cround...anything else down there and it will drag all the time.

I like the steering wheel in the car with the blue interior.
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Originally Posted by 928ntslow View Post
I can't keep from scraping the front end as it is...my spoiler is 4 inches from the cround...anything else down there and it will drag all the time.

I like the steering wheel in the car with the blue interior.
Yep - the TechArt Airbag wheel. Last time I checked they wanted over Euro 1000 for it. In today's US Dollars that would be over $1500! Wish I had that kind of money to blow...
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