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Default Please educate me on these style hoods

I really like these hoods, and I don't know that I'll ever find a used bolt-on one. So I'm thinking about having one made.

Anyone familiar with this style hood and tell me more about them?
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http://haircutspray.blogspot.com/201...lx-street.html

Believe these are different versions of the prostock hood scoop originally for cars with tunnel rams. I think they were available as a scoop only or full fiberglass hood which is pin on. If you want bolt on hood, then you'll likely need to make your own. They are certainly pretty bad-ass.

The link is to pictures one of my favorite cars which is a 1973 Motion 454 ZLX Camaro.

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-kkiqwS5FBc...n+side+frt.jpg

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i know moroso made some in full hood as well as just scoop. not sure if they were the developer ...its an evolution of the grump lump.
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In the early 70s we used to refer to that as the Sox & Martin hood scoop...Joe
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I own one, mine is a Moroso one piece hood. Weighs maybe 10lbs. It has the Moroso decal and part# on the underside. I can get the info later today if you need it? Mine still has a 1970ís lacquer paint job on it. My plan is to install it on my Day2 Camaro someday.
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Rumbleguts396, in an older post I see detail pics of your hood and shots of the bottom side. I have a stinger one that the bottom side is just like yours. Mine too only weighs about 10 lbs..
Harwood made them and Moroso sold them.
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I don't see that style on their page... call and see if they still have the mold and would make one...

https://www.eharwood.com/catalog/hoo...acturer/camaro
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I own one, mine is a Moroso one piece hood. Weighs maybe 10lbs. It has the Moroso decal and part# on the underside. I can get the info later today if you need it? Mine still has a 1970ís lacquer paint job on it. My plan is to install it on my Day2 Camaro someday.
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Yeah seen pics of yours a bunch, very nice.
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Mitch I'm in Chicago, I've bought hoods from Glasstek and VFN over the years, I'd start there.
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