Bolt-On Unpainted Fiberglass Hood Scoop for 1965-1966 Mustangs and Shelby GT350s.This GT350 style hood scoop is a great replacement for your original Shelby GT350 hood scoop or as an upgrade for your 65-66 Mustang.
Installation requires drilling into the hood to mount to eight molded studs. Mounting location is 2" from the rear edge of the hood. Will require prepping, priming and painting prior to installation.
-Length = 27-1/4"
-Width = 12-1/4"
-Height = 1-3/4"
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If you don't want to spend the money on buying a new hood, this product is a nice addition. They say measure twice drill once but I measured an additional 2 times. If you measure and mark the scoop as well as the hood the install is easy. Be sure to be patient and measure.
Appears ok for the price. Not yet fitted but am expecting to do about 2 to 4 hours work to get it to look correct and remove imperfections. This is normal with fibreglass parts and fitting to a car that is over 50 years old (panel twists / accident damage, etc). Only improvement would be a template for drilling holds but not hard to make this with a decent piece of cardboard. Good delivery times / packing - overseas customer
The hood scoop was a lower quality than I expected, and being fiberglass I did expect some imperfections, but this hood scoop was uneven across the front, and very wavy down one side. My body shop spend 4 hours sanding and working it to fit properly. At $78 (when I bought it) it seemed like a bargain, but not so much after spending $200 in body work to make it look right.
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By Bill Tumas: We’re here with a GT 350 style hood scoop fitting all 1964 through 1966 Mustangs. This bolt-on fiberglass hood scoop allows you to give your '64 through '66 Mustang that racy GT 350 look. It comes with the necessary mounting hardware, studs already installed, and can fit any stock or reproduction factory hood. We offer this hood scoop, in the bolt-on version, shown here which will require you to drill holes in your hood. There's also a bond-on version available.