Harwood Ram Air Hoods are quality bolt-on hoods that utilize factory springs and latches. Their ram air feature is nonfunctional, but they have finished undersides and require minimal prep work to paint. Every Harwood hood is hand-laid by skilled technicians using only the highest quality composites available. Molds are constantly renewed to ensure quality fit and finish.
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1993-1997 PONTIAC FIREBIRD TRANS AM
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- SubModel: ALL
1995-1997 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
- CC: 3800
- Liter: 3.8
- SubModel: BASE
- CUI: 231
- EngineType: V6 ( 3.8 L / 231 )
1993-1995 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
- Liter: 3.4
- SubModel: BASE
- CUI: 207
- EngineType: V6 ( 3.4 L / 207 )
1993-1997 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
- Liter: 5.7
- SubModel: FORMULA
- CUI: 350
- EngineType: V8 ( 5.7 L / 350 )
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