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Old 07-22-2008, 01:54 PM
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how to make home made hood scoop?

plz write back.how can u make a hood scoop?an do a home made paint job.i have a 1987 ford ranger an i'm tring to custom it.

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The easiest way to do it would be to buy some type of ABS stickon hood scoop and mold it to your hood instead of using the adhesive, if you do it right people would think you bought the hood this way.


Thank Ranchero65 and Len Stewart at autobodyforums for these pictured instructions

http://www.ranchero65.com/hoodscoop.php5

As far as doing your paint you might want to read around on the site and other sites to learn as much as you can

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Here's what I did...hope it gives you a few ideas..

http://1965comet.net/scoop.htm

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We have no idea what your skill level is and what material you would prefer using,Fiberglas or steel.Give us a little more info and maybe we can help you better. The Comet scoop looks good and is fairly easy to do if you have the skills and tools.
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