1934 Ford Fiberglass Hood
45.50" Overall Width, 46.00" Overall Length, Fiberglass
- One-piece top with side reveal puff line
- The center body line is 35 3/8" long, overall length at center line is 42 1/4", overall side length is 46"
- Overall width at rear is approximately 45 1/2", overall width at front is approximately 19"
One piece top with side reveal puff line. Fiberglass construction.
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.
The slot and round hole at the front of the hood as pictured, that originally was for part of the grille shell and radiator cap, is not cut out. It is marked so the customer can cut it or do a little finish work and eliminate it for a custom application. (see secondary photo for part illustration as provided)
- The center body line is 35-3/8" long
- Overall length at center line is 42-1/4"
- Overall side length is 46"
- Overall width at rear is approximately 45-1/2"
- Overall width at front is approximately 19"
There is no inner structure in this hood, it is the outer shell only. There is no body puff line in the grille and radiator cap area like OEM hoods.
This product is usually in stock. However, if it is not, please allow three to four weeks for delivery.
NotesNote: This piece will require sanding and finish work before being ready for paint. Our fiberglass is pulled straight from a mold and in many cases you will still see the casting marks.
- This item 9003414 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
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