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Need quick help of what a good 67 turn style (GT) Hood would run? Yes need help from those 67 Stang people out there.

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1965 Fastback (Project)
 
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I just paid $275 for a good used one, and I felt I got a real good deal on a nice hood.
 

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The expensive part is the little plastic grill and lights. I think you can sell those separately.

Russ

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Two problems--or more. Originals are hard to find that are'nt rusted, and the repro one are crap. I bought a repro from Mustangs Unlimited and after several months of opening and closing the hood to get at the motor, the front is now starting to warp and ripple a little. Don;t know my own strength I guess.

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Doesn't NPD carry a fomoco replacement hood anymore for about twice the cost of the repro? I have a couple of inserts and light sets and wires that'll probably show up at the Portland Swap Meet May 4-6.

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