FOR SALE 1968 Coronet Flat Hood

Exterior Parts

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  1. 1Tlew0

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    This is one of the nicest hoods I’ve seen in a while, but I no longer need it. Couple of scratches, and a small dent.

    $350

    Note - This can be used on a ‘69.

    Located in Houlton, Wi.

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    Is it a 68 or 69?
     
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    I'm pretty sure 68 and 69 are the same.
     
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      Wouldn't a 69 have the holes drilled for the front filler piece?
       
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      Yes 69 has the front filler and also the under structure is different and has the holes for the N96 scoop studs that 68 doesn't have.
      After looking at my pics I'd say the OP's is a 68.
       
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      Gold is 69 and the white one is a 68

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        68/69 hoods are definitely different! Looks like a 68 to me....would be nice to see the front/head on shot though just to be sure
         
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        Hmm.. well, what do ya know. I guess there IS a difference. Thanks.

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        Thanks fellas. I’ll update the ad to reflect the year, but this can be used on a 69 if you have the trim piece that runs along the front. Cheers.
         
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        What trim piece? 68's are flat at the front and 69's have a "lip" that hangs down across the grill ....
         
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        You’re right, but the lip that runs along the front edge can be removed. That’s why 68’s can be used on 69’s. Vice versa
         
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          Really? I did not know that!
           
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