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Harwood 4" Cowl Induction Lift-Off Hood 1968-74 Chevy II/Nova

487-14104

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4" Cowl Induction Lift-Off Hood 1968-74 Chevy II/Nova
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4" Cowl Induction Lift-Off Hood
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    What is under side dimension of cut out width and length

    Asked by: Al G
    The Harwood 487-14104 scoop is 22.5” wide in the front and 25” wide in the back. It’s about 45” long.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2024-04-15

    Does this hood go all the way up to the wind shield? Eliminating the rain gutter

    Asked by: Mmo76
    The Harwood 487-14104 hood fits in the stock location. It does not eliminate the rain gutter.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2022-10-25
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