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1937 Ford Stock Hood Top

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Material Type:
Fiberglass
Overall Height:
4.50
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Garage Sale:
No
1937 Ford Stock Hood Top

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Fiberglass hood fits stock 1937 Ford passenger cars. One-piece, no hinges supplied. Ships truck freight.

The centerline from front to rear of hood is 42 1/4", the width of hood at the cowl is 46 3/4", the perimeter of the hood side = 55 1/4" (rear corner of hood to centerline of the front).

Note: This hood is an outer skin only and will require fabrication and additional mounting hardware.  You may be required to obtain original components for your application.

This product is usually in stock. However, if it is not, please allow three to four weeks for delivery. 

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Product Q&A

2 questions : 2 answers

On the 900-3731 hood how tall is it? I'm going to use it on a custom build & that measurement is critical.

1 answers
Rambo
stover mo
December 18, 2013

On the 900-3731 hood how tall is it? I'm going to use it on a custom build & that measurement is critical.

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December 19, 2013
EricM
The hood bulges up in the center quite a bit and has a lot of curvature near the outer edges which makes this tough to measure. It is approximately 4.5" tall in the center and about 2.5" tall by the outer edges.

Will this hood shape also fit the cowl of the 1937 ford pickup truck ?

1 answers
June 09, 2011

Will this hood shape also fit the cowl of the 1937 ford pickup truck ?

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June 13, 2011
John
This hood is specific for the passenger cars and configuration at the firewall will not match to the pickups of the same year. You may want to check with an aftermarket supplier such as Bob Drake or Dennis Carpenter for a source.
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