Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Clarksville Tn.
"ALL" Fiberglass Hoods require some sanding, shaving, triming, and filler to have a fit and look of a factory hood. Then they need painting. If you want one, expect to pay from $500-1000 for a body shop to do it for you, if you do not have the knowledge to do it your self. Mine is far from perfect, but I did not expect it to be. I have one to provide enough room for the new engine. For someone that is getting one for use with a car that is mainly for show use, expect to pay $1,000-1500 for body shop work to correct the flaws that the companys allow to get through. It's no wonder the US is loosing out in the tech world, we are building junk.
-----1993 Bird 5.0------
393 stroker, Vortech YSi, on E85
Lentech Strip Terminator & 4,000+ RPM stall converter
Detroit Locker with 3.55 gears.
17x9 Cobra Rs with 255/45/17 BFG KWDS
275/50/17 M&H DR on the rear
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