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Old 11-12-2012, 11:17 PM   #1
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Found one on Craigslist around my area for 100 I figure that's a good deal its for a 94-98 should I get it
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If its all in good condition and is the part you feel will go well with your stang then by all means buy the sucker right now and get it on your car!
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Old 11-12-2012, 11:23 PM   #3
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Nothing is wrong with the actual hood it jus need to be reglued around the edges where the bottom mold connects with the top.... That's what he said but he sending a pic tomorrow and ill prolly go look at it... I know new they pretty expensive so 100 sounds like a steal
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100 is a good deal. Just make sure you check it out and make sure it isn't priced so low due to a problem!
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That's the hood from the top view you can see the molding that he told me about that needs to be glued back on
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That doesn't look too bad of damage, but it could affect the structural integrity of the hood. When you go look at it, make sure that mold isn't the bulk of the structure. If it's just plastic, go for it, haha.
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Old 11-14-2012, 10:36 AM   #7
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Tell him 75 and I wouldn't glue it on use fiberglass resin
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Tell him 75 and I wouldn't glue it on use fiberglass resin
I agree if he wanted a hundred he shouldn't of left the hood outside!
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Old 11-15-2012, 07:32 PM   #9
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The hood was like separated so it would have costed more to fix it than it was worth... So that was a no go would have looked good though
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The hood was like separated so it would have costed more to fix it than it was worth... So that was a no go would have looked good though
Keep looking bud eventually you'll get one! Make sure to post some pics if you ever do!
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