Porsche 911 Given a Ducktail By Misha Designs


Tired of waiting for Porsche to offer a ducktail spoiler option? Other owners were too hence this new body kit courtesy of Misha Designs.

Fans of classic Porsche 911s have been clamoring for the German sports car maker to add a "ducktail" option for the current generation 911. While there have been rumors of such an option in the near future, owners of current and past 911s have been forced to look to aftermarket tuners to help give their cars that distinctive look. Enter Los Angeles-based Misha Designs who has recently revealed its own ducktail spoiler that can be fitted to the 997 generation 911.

The company is also well known for its work for other custom Porsche, BMW and Mercedes-Benz body kits. Along with this new ducktail kit, the company has also debuted a new front splitter and bumper for all 911s. In the near future, expect to see some new side skirts and a fresh body kit introduced. Official pricing wasn't announced but you can head over to Misha Design's official website for more details and photos featuring plenty of custom other body kits.

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