Thanks Dave. If you are swapping hoods for a better one...Wow! I can't wait to see what you come up with next.Gto 5 said:Those parts and that car are the autosport development Gto.That hood just sold on ebay to FLOORIT.If someone wants one I still have the mold.Carbon fiber or fiberglass.We will also have a new style hood avaiable as well as the rest of the parts you see.I'll get some new pics of the car(its torn down again)to d.y. soonDave
Yeah, I waited until the "check was in the mail" before adding it to the sig. I talked with the guys who are going to paint it for me just an hour or so ago. They are as psyched as I am! They love the Goat and can't wait to get their hands on it. I'll be sure to check the odometer when I drop it off.Gto 5 said:it's in your signature!
I wonder how much water the motor can stand before it becomes a problem. Of course, steam billowing up through the louvers would look pretty cool. I would seriously consider that hood if it could be fitted with all the stock latching and lifting hardware.Old Goat said:That hood is awesome! Who did the louver job? I hope someone saved the template for it because I think it would be awesome on a Street Goat too. It would actually be functional and get rid of some underhood heat, and yeah, with the available room and a catch tray to divert rain and drians it wouldn't soak the motor either. I hope someone is going to offer that hood on the market. Metal or Glass?