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1932 Ford Cowl Vent Lid

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Material Type:
Fiberglass
Overall Width:
5.00
Overall Length:
14.00
1932 Ford Cowl Vent Lid

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Original reproduction cowl vent lid. Fiberglass.

This product is made to order. Please allow six to eight weeks for lead time.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewers.
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s10ace
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Hoosick Falls, NY

1932 cowl vent

August 23, 2010
Needed this for my 32 3 window project. Will work fine. Hard to find item.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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installing in a car that has no vent now Would this item along with the hinge assembly and handle be everything i would need to install a cowl vent into a car that has none?

Coupeguy
Halifax, NS, Canada
February 12, 2014

installing in a car that has no vent now Would this item along with the hinge assembly and handle be everything i would need to install a cowl vent into a car that has none?

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February 12, 2014
EricM
If you were to purchase the cowl vent lid number 9003220 along with the hinge kit and the handle you would still need to fabricate the other parts that were welded into an original car for the pivot points and the cogged arm. The cowl itself will require the channel that the lid went into and retained the seal. This would be the most difficult part and some of the restoration suppliers may offer the reproduced cowl section where the lid sealed against.
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