Need help identifying this hood scoop

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  1. William623

    William623 Member Supporting Member

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    Recently got this hood scoop on trade a few days back. The casting code says that it is a Torino ram air shaker hood scoop but pictures that I am seeing online seem to differ from what I have. Mine doesn’t seem to have the back tabs and it is also made out of metal? Can anyone help confirm what it is? Thanks! C3284271-7B28-44D5-BE78-EDB9FAB9A284.jpeg D00C7A41-03FD-4C60-A166-B9C576CBBA76.jpeg 813F0DF4-A5AD-40D2-A298-51D22239FC74.jpeg 4D40D5C6-9923-40FC-9C3F-59C9CE7948FD.jpeg
     
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    AFAIK all the shakers were metal. Torino were V shaped, you have only top section. 7071torinoshaker.JPG
     
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    That helps a lot thank you!! Looks like it is an original then. I didn’t realize the back tabs were another section.
     
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    Might try fordramair.com for the rest of the shaker assembly.
     

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