Mercedes C-Class by Misha Designs

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Brand new body kit and alloys designed to fit all C-Class coupes and sedans built since 2008.

Recreatingthe Black Series look, Misha Designs has come up with an aggressive new body kitthat can be installed on any Mercedes-Benz C-Class or C63 AMG built from 2008 onwards. At thefront, a new bumper sports three large intakes for better air flow to theradiator and a menacing look, an air-channeling hood adds a sporty touch to the aesthetics, whilethe widened fenders, along with the new side skirts and rear fender flares, givethe C-Class a muscular stance.

The rear end receives a bumper with two cut-out vents, a low profile trunk spoiler, roof spoiler, and an optional carbon-fiber diffuser. Misha Designs is also offering a set of its own 19-inch deep concave 14-spoke alloys finished in gloss black that have been designed specifically to complement the new body kit.

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