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Old 07-19-2014, 09:40 PM   #1
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Hello,

I have two hoods for sale. They are made by extreme dimensions.

They are the facelift version but they fit both facelift and pre-facelift sedans. As you can see my car is a pre-facelift. I got facelift because the bigger kidneys look more aggressive than the pre-facelift smaller kidneys imo.

One is brand new with zero problems while the other one is used and has two problems.

The two problems are; 1. Because I never got it painted the outer coating is starting to flake due to it being in the sun for so long. The flaking is only around the vents. The rest of the hood is fine. This is an easy fix that any paint shop could do. 2. The kidney area has a buildup of duraflex material and doesn't let the kidneys sit properly. Again, an easy fix for a body shop. I just never got around to it.

They sell for $500 brand new so I would like to get $400 for the new one and $300 for the used one.

Local sale only.

Located in Jackson, CA. Nor Cal.

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Old 07-19-2014, 09:43 PM   #2
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Used hood on the left, new hood on the right. The vents for the new hood are sitting on the ground below it. They just need to be screwed on.

Project : Whoooty

Project : Whoooty

Here is the new hood kidney area. Notice how it is shaped well compared to the used hood kidney area.

Project : Whoooty

Here is the old hood kidney area.

Project : Whoooty

And here is a picture of the flaking I was talking about. It is only around the vents. The rest of the hood is perfect.

Project : Whoooty
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And here is a picture of the hood's fitment. Very nice.

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Why don't these fit coupes again?
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The fenders are different. To my belief that is.
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Old 07-20-2014, 01:16 AM   #6
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The fenders are different. To my belief that is.
I'm not sure if they fit coupes. If they do then please let me know though so I can market them to a wider audience
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Iv asked as well
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Yea lots of people are asking for shipping but I just don't have a box that big :/ I'll try calling some places on monday to see if they have any leftover boxes.


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Call your local food stores. Ask them to save some boxes on stock day and you will pick them up. Grab a roll or 2 of packing tape. First cut boxes and protect the corners. after that bubble wrap the front of the hood and bend box over the bubble wrap and tape. place boxes on the front and back then tape everywhere. Might cost your $20 in material then ship greyhound only. They will be cheapest but could take a decent amount of time to get to said destination. Charge actual greyhound charges and some for your time to get it ready to ship.

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Also car around to some car dealerships. Ask them about large boxes.
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Call your local food stores. Ask them to save some boxes on stock day and you will pick them up. Grab a roll or 2 of packing tape. First cut boxes and protect the corners. after that bubble wrap the front of the hood and bend box over the bubble wrap and tape. place boxes on the front and back then tape everywhere. Might cost your $20 in material then ship greyhound only. They will be cheapest but could take a decent amount of time to get to said destination. Charge actual greyhound charges and some for your time to get it ready to ship.

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Ok i'll try to find some
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Willing to ship? How much for older hood shipped?

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I'm not willing to ship yet. I'm hoping for a local sale but also trying to get around to finding shipping materials. I haven't had time.
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