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I have designed a ground effect kit for the crossfire that goes perfectly with the factory conture im looking to sell the design off to any company that is looking for a kit for the crossfire or can someone point me in the right direction on where to try and sell the idea.
ground effects are not ricing... plenty of ground effects exist for BMW and Merc cars... its making the vehicle look different then the rest of them... and if you lived in michigan ... you'd understand that the Xfire is common... its lost all appeal as a "rare" car....
Thanks to a ground effects package I own a Crossfire! I owned a 2002 PT Cruiser and installed a Xenon Bruiser groud effects package on it. From that point on my driving experience on the PT was a nightmare. I was constantly aware of the fact if I was not carefull the gound effects would bottom, resulting in my repainting the front end of the kit. After a half dozen repaint jobs (I got good at it.) and a test drive of the Crossfire, it was goodby PT --- Hello Xfire.
So, for me at least, my Crossfire turns enough heads without adding a potential headache. I learned my lesson on the PT.
The only "rare" car in SE MI is a 1974 Pinto or Maverick. These are considered rare cars in Beverly Hills too.. :lol: :lol:
LOL thats awesome!!! Have you noticed many Xfires down by you Land? ... cuz near Birmingham... its like a Z4... everyone is buying them up... which I mean is great for DC! I love it! I got stock in them so its okay they sell... but SELL THEM SOMEWHERE ELSE!!! LOL ...
I agree as well. I had a Honda S2000 raodster and put the ground effects on it. After knocking the front spoiler off it TWICE due to running it up over a low curb while parking, I got tired of replacing it and simply removed ( a $400 piece of plastic that I had bought TWICE).
No ground effects for me. I agree, the Crossfire Roadster is a gorgeous car without any extra plastic.
noticed your signature. Part of that movie was filmed right here in the Tampa Bay area. In fact I took the picture, in my Avatar, about 1/4 mile from one of the filming sites on the beach.
As far as ground effects, I like them, however I believe I am tapped out as far as more money into this car. I'll be interested in a couple of years when the design starts to fade with me and I want to respark the styling. Don't give up on your ideas!!!! Having said this, I would still love to see your ideas.
Topless in Tampa Bay
2005 Black Roadster
2007 4door black Jeep Wrangler
2007 GMC cargo van
2006 Buick Terraza
too many r/c helicopters
Its funny how when someone ask a simple question they get nothing but criticisim
Having been involved in the design/production of a ground effect kit before, you will have a very tough time "profitting" from a body kit unless you have the means to produce it yourself. If you are lucky you might find a company that will build the kit for you, but don't expect them to pay you for the rights. Infact, expect to have to pay them and lend your car to them for fitment.
For a car as rare as the crossfire, there just isn't a big market for kits for these kind of cars.
With the right design, a body kit can help enhance the appearance of any car.