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With my bolt on shelby scoop, I felt it needed more of a finished look. I used some pinch on flexible chrome trim purchased at a local parts store.

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Not my cup of tea! But if you like it that's all that matters most ;)
 

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I dig it, it adds something to it. :thumbup:
 

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Nice work, I would have just done the leading edge rather than the whole thing though.

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I'm torn between the leading edge and the whole scoop. I started with the front, liked it, then did the sides and back. It gave it more of a flushed look as there were some small fitment gaps with the bolt-on
 

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JSHarvey said:
Nice work, I would have just done the leading edge rather than the whole thing though.

John Harvey
+1 Looks nice though.
 

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I like it. The engine looks beautiful. I am getting ready to bolt on my aftermarket boss 9 scoop to my finished hood, any tips you could share would be much appreciated.
 

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vamustang said:
I like whats under the scoop the best ! I bet that's a kick to drive ?
Having never driven a SC'd car before, it's definitely fun... and scary. I feel like Mad Max when the boost comes on :p
 
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