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Looking for this hood scoop for a 74 charger... seems to be one of the nicer ones.
69 6 pack
I like the '65 Hemi scoop the good ones have bolts inside the scoop - they are subtle and work.
Ya, '69 six pack scoop. Probably won't get better than AAR.
Seen this car out in Calif. at a GoodGuys meet. Hemi Engine and a 2 door custom that is very well done. I think that was around 2001. Time flys !
thanks for the help, six pack scoop seems to be the one. I actually emailed the shop that put that one together and they gave me a link to it. nice! Another question, the description says "Choose from durable ABS plastic models that install with included 3M tape or our fiberglass, bond-on versions" i've only dealt with bolt on ones on other cars, are tape or bond-on versions good? not as good?
I've used both plastic & fiberglass. I'd use fiberglass bolt on. Just my opinion.
OMG Stay away from ABS parts. They warp and get brittle and crack. I would never offer an ABS to a customer.
My plastic scoop, which was pop riveted to my steel hood held up fine for nearly 10 years. But I still did & would go fiberglass now.
I think i am going with this one, fiberglass bolt-on, not perfect as it seems to be missing that outer lip but good enough for me. http://racecomposites.com/sixpackbolt.htm
Inside bolt on's do well.
I have a fiberglass mold on one in the shea brand new it's not cut ether ! If your interested p.m. me I'll dig it out and get a pic or two and we can figure out a price
The one in your photo actually looks like the scoop that Year One offers. It could be AAR, I don't remember. There are many subtle differences in six pack scoops between manufacturers.
Unlimited in California is cheap, but so is their product.
Which did you decide on? I like the bolt on one you posted. You won't have to blend the flange or repaint the whole hood and it already has the mesh. Apply zinc paint to the mounting holes to minimize rust.
i went with that one but have yet to install it... still got a lot of welding to do this spring before i start assembly.