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Old 02-16-2009, 12:22 AM
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Louvers on my hood.

I live in Oceanside and i own a 54 chevy belair. I would like to add louvers on my hood. Does anyone know a place around the area of vista,Esco,fallbrook, or temecula? I don't want to go cheap or too expensive.
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I can't tell you where to look since I'm on the east coast, but I can tell you to get them done, most reputable shops will want you to have the hood totally bare, prefarbly bead blasted and any bracing inside the hood to be removed. I would google...........hot rod shops that do louvering in temecula...see where that takes you. In California I would think there are tons of rod shops that can help you.
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Louver sources

I don't know where Turlock is in relation to you, but Rootlieb does louvers in their hoods for many people. I live in Illinois & have had them make special stuff for me over the years.

Good Luck
Mike.
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