Discussion in 'Cosmetic' started by 71Mavrk, Jul 22, 2014.
For sure! dents are a whole lot easier to fix than rust!
With the right tools that dent should be a fairly easy fix (spoken by a guy with no bodywork experience) compared to rust.
As if "NOS" matters. I'd rather have a used Grabber hood in perfect condition (and I've seen them go for $400-$500) than pay $700-$900 for a damaged "NOS" hood.
It's condition that matters. NOS is certainly preferable to aftermarket parts, and every NOS part I've ever bought was un-damaged.
As a body guy and I can tell you I would have that out and ready for primer in about 1 hour. That is an easy fix. Great hood for someone wanting a steel hood in great shape and rust free.
Bent but still pretty cool to see available in NOS on Ebay
I absolutely agree. I'd love to have that hood, just not for that price.
Looks like it sold for $660
$660 was a fair price for that.
U$600? Not so bad....Down here in Brazil have never seen a NOS Gabber hood. Used ones are about U$1500 and a fiberglass new U$500.
That's why I made mine by myself. Not original but very close, kind of mix between Grabber and cowl induction hood
That hood looks really good!!
Your Grabber hood looks GREAT
Felipe, very nice work on your hood...
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