Provocative title probably, I understand that our classic cars shall be preserved from outrages, but let's have a try... A small front spoiler was designed specifically for Merak's (also usable for Bora's) in order to decrease the front lift and improve the handling at high speeds. Image Unavailable, Please Login The issue seems more important on Merak's than Bora's, maybe because of a lighter steering due to a smaller weight on the front axle. From Bora threads on that issue, I also noticed that such a small spoiler, associated or not with air scoops (oriented frontwards or backwards), could also improve the cooling of the front radiators, notably on the Bora which seems to be more prone to heat accumulation in the rear engine compartment. All in all, although not aesthetically correct for other cars, I am wondering if such a (small) spoiler could also be adapted on other period Masers having an edged front nose that is not optimal for high speeds and cooling, such as the Indy, Ghibli and Khamsin (even if these front engine cars are less prone to lift-off because of the front engine). Of course not going as far as the extreme seen on this Khamsin! Image Unavailable, Please Login Incidentally, having a small "sacrificial" spoiler on the front may also allow to test the clearance of the car before e.g. crossing at low speed an urban speed bump to avoid damaging the very exposed undertray and exhaust of an Indy... Opinions?