Fiberglass Corvette-Style Stingray Hood Scoop, 37 x 22 x 3
Universal Fit, 22.00" Overall Width, 37.00" Overall Length, 2.63" Overall Height, Fiberglass
- Fiberglass hood scoop features a glossy gelcoat finish are ready for paint preparations
- Suitable for both street and race applications
- Measures 22" from outside of flange to the outside of the flange at the widest point
- Length is 36" front to back, height is 3" at the tallest point
- Maximum inside width: 18.00"
This universal Corvette Singray style hood scoop is made of heavy duty fiberglass and is suitable for both street and race applications. Designed for easy installation, Speedway hood scoops feature a glossy gelcoat finish.
This universal hood scoop measures 22" from the outside of the flange to the outside of the the flange at the widest point. The length is 37" front to back, the height is 2-5/8" at the tallest point in the middle. Ships oversize UPS.
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.
- Front opening inside width: 13-3/4"
- Maximum inside width (middle): 18"
- Maximum inside width (rear): 18"
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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