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- 11-19-04 09:46 AM #1Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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Anybody got any idea whose wing this is?
- 11-19-04 10:57 AM #2
Hopefully the picture works this time!
- 11-19-04 12:28 PM #3Cadillac Owners Member
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i like the factory spoiler better than this one. also, take a look at this link: http://www.thespoilerfactory.com/pages/orders/spoilerdetail.cfm?partno=IB-2300PP&make=5&model=STS&year=2005-UP[/URL]
this is an ugly spoiler...
- 11-19-04 12:31 PM #4
This is a better looking one than the factory supplied version.
- 11-19-04 02:10 PM #5
That wing from the spoiler factory is something that belongs on a rice burner in L.A.!
My only problem with the factory wing is that it ends well before the line where the trunk and rear fenders meet. It's an inch or more short on both sides.
To each his own.
- 11-21-04 01:56 PM #6
I have yet to see any kind of spoiler on any kind of car that didn't look like a piece of scrap metal.
- 11-22-04 04:28 AM #7
small ones don't bother me as long as they have purpose.
- 11-22-04 08:05 AM #8
That wing is perfect! Just like the factory wing that went on the 90-96 Infiniti Q45T. Its subtle, but you know its there and its functional."Every American who ever had a dream dreamed of driving a Cadillac."
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- 12-23-04 01:35 PM #9
The wing that you are asking about is from or at [www.vogue-tyre.com] it is on their web-site. You may have found this out already but just trying to help out!
- 12-24-04 11:13 AM #10
Re: WingOriginally Posted by Showgun
- 12-27-04 05:11 PM #11Cadillac Owners Member
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I like the factory lip one.
- 12-30-04 02:38 PM #12
I just saw the factory wing on the new STS-V on another post and it's sharp! It does look a lot like this one.
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