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Old 12-03-04, 09:57PM   #1
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Does Anyone Happen To Know Of A Place That Makes Decent 68-69 Gto Fiberglass Front Fenders Or Any Other Quality Fiberglass Parts? Im Still Looking For A Custon Hood, Something That Looks Like A 68-69 Gto Hood Only It Would Have The Scoups Raised About 4'', I Saw A Custom Hood Like Thiis Before On A 69 Gto, Was Made So A Victor Intake Would Fit Under The Hood, It Looked Cool, I Thought About Buying A 68-69 Lemans Fiberglass Hood Then Adding Late Model 98-2002 Ram Air Style Firebird /trans Am Style Scoups To It, They Sell Those , I Would Just Mold Them Into The Lemans Hood, Wouldnt That Be Cool?
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Its Not Easy To Find A Scoop That Looks Good On Gto's Other Than The Original Style, Cowl Hoods Only Look Good On Chevy's, If Anyone Knows Of Nice Scoops Let Me Know
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Old 12-04-04, 03:06AM   #3
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Try VFN, got all the fiber glass for my 68 GTO from
them. They make a nice Pro Scoop, that they'll
even cut down. Here's what one looks like on my
70 GTO
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That Looks Really Good Gach, Id Like To Keep With The Dual Gto Style Scoop Though, Thats Why I Thought Maybe A 98-2002 Firebird Ram Air Style Scoop Would Look Cool, Since It Uses The Dual Scoop, Id Even Like A Firberglass Gto Hood For A 68 It I Could Get It With A 4'' Raise In The Center
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Old 12-07-04, 02:55PM   #5
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A&A Fiberglass makes alot of repro parts for Firebirds. Flares, spoilers and such. You might try them, or Harwood.
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Glastech is another excellent source for well-fitting components.
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