I think so, but I'm a pretty brutal body guy... There is a shop just down the road I can approach with the idea, etc. I still have no idea if it will actually do any real good or end up a looks only thing (to me, a waste of time and $$$). If someone determines there is some benefit, I may have to find a stock hood to give him and spend a few nights there. He does his regular stuff days, but in the evenings the regular insurance stuff gets wheeled out and the local 'Real Iron' comes to play and get stuff done. He owns an absolutely mint Porshe Guard's Red stock exteriored 57 Chevy Sedan Delivery built to the max invisibly and Rally Wheeled as his Shop Truck.Red98gt said:
I'm sure that if the visible cowl hood was approached with the goal in mind of getting air to the box it could be done. I can only imagine what a pain it was doing so for the functional dual inlet hoods out there now, but they did it. :hail:gangster1 said:I think the cowl hood would give the front of the car a little more character. Don't get me wrong, the factory hood works for me. I just haven't seen any aftermarket hoods that really stood out IMHO. I do agree the plumbing would be a nightmare.