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    Koenig 355

    My question is: what do you think of offering a 355 koenig style replica? the front end is much thicker and the rear window spoiler is a nice addition i think. Of course there is much more to the design. Overall share your thoughts on the design.





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    Re:Koenig 355

    I'd take two, if I had the money ;D
    Seriously, I love the Koenig variations. Do it!!!
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    Re:Koenig 355

    :drool:
    I Love it!!

    I have a STUPID QUESTION...

    What does the 'window spoiler' actually do..??
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    Re:Koenig 355

    I think its cool too, thumbs up!

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    Re:Koenig 355

    Like it, except for the ugly rear spoiler, like the one over the rear window, really like to rest of the car.
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    Re:Koenig 355

    As much as I love the F355 and love Koenig... I personally think that design looks like the local Ricer Club got ahold of it. Other than the small wing above the rear window, I think it all looks out of synch with the overall design and style of the car. The F355 is sleek and flowing while the new pieces are square and obese.

    Just my opinion but I think it looks kinda cheap. Very much unlike the Koenigs of the past. Reminds me of what an "APC" body kit might look like.

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    Re:Koenig 355

    I agree with most opinions on the raised rear spoiler...it doesn't belong on the F355....It looks like an after thought and it has no functionality what so ever....Unless you're trying to emulate the F40 with the integarted rear wing.

    The front and rear bumper extensions are fine for what they are....but the rear wing is ugly

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    Re:Koenig 355

    I think this would make for a much better wing on the back:

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    Re:Koenig 355

    Quote Originally Posted by NotAFieroAnyLonger
    :drool:
    I Love it!!

    I have a STUPID QUESTION...

    What does the 'window spoiler' actually do..??
    Anyone have an answer..??
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    Re:Koenig 355

    I think IF it actually has a purpose, it would probably be to increase air circulation around the engine compartment cover... but I think it really just sets the window farther in and makes it look cool.

    Anyone know for sure?

    Ken

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