* High quality fiberglass 4″ cowl induction hood
* Fits the 1970-1981 Camaro
* It has a finished underside with reinforcements
* Open in the center for maximum clearance
* Hand laid fiberglass for a stronger, more durable, quality product
* It bolts on to the factory hinges for easy installation
* Gray gel coat finish is perfect to sand, seal, and paint
* Minimal prep time
* Made in the U.S.A.
This fiberglass Camaro 4” Cowl Hood will complement and improve your vehicle’s distinctive styling. It’s been engineered with the utmost attention to detail; it will enhance your vehicle’s exterior design by giving it that outstanding, head-turning look you’ve been striving for.
It fits the 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1981 Camaro keeping the classic look in mind. The hand laid fiberglass 4” cowl induction hood is strong, durable and best of all will bolt directly on to your factory hinges for easy installation. It’s also open in the center for maximum clearance giving room for a larger motor and taller intake. The gray gel coat finish is perfect to sand, seal and paint which means minimal prep time.
Conditions out of our control can be rough on hoods, whether its road hazards, an accident, or a restoration you’ve been longing for, whatever the cause or reason, we use high quality materials to withstand years of exposure to the elements. This Camaro 4” Cowl Hood is guaranteed to hold its shape and keep the lines true to make your ride stand out! Plus, its fiberglass which means this 4” cowl hood is light eliminating all the weight from your factory hood, providing better performance and giving you the racer’s edge you’ve been searching for!
At American Sports Car we make fiberglass products for the classic car enthusiast and we use superior materials. Whether you are searching for something unique compared to other vehicles or sticking with the classic factory look the choice is yours.
MADE IN THE USA!
NOTE: Fiberglass panels require fitting, trimming, shimming, and special finishing. Unless you are experienced in working with fiberglass, we recommend using a qualified body shop.