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Thread: WTB hood opening grilles for Cervinis Hood (89-93)

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    WTB hood opening grilles for Cervinis Hood (89-93)

    I'm in search of a set of the grilles for the hood openings for a Cervinis hood. Anyone have a lead on a set?? Pictured here is what I'm looking for:

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    try this

    I went to ace hardware and found some mesh that I cut to fit. It is not the same but it does do the job... just some other way to go if you need it.....Rich
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I've considered doing this, but prefer to use the actual parts when they're available. It not critical at the moment. I've got time and some will come up eventually. I didn't know there were actual parts made to fit from Cervinis (since they claim that nothing has ever been available for those openings) until I posted something on Facebook and someone posted up a picture (the one here) of the actual parts made for it.
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    You could use these and drill out the recessed part. They are the hood inserts for a 71-73 Mustang NASA mach 1 hood. I believe that is where they got the mold from.
    https://www.npdlink.com/store/produc...02553-476.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangdan65 View Post
    You could use these and drill out the recessed part. They are the hood inserts for a 71-73 Mustang NASA mach 1 hood. I believe that is where they got the mold from.
    https://www.npdlink.com/store/produc...02553-476.html
    I stared at them for a while trying to compare to the originals pictured above and eventually gave up and ordered a set. For $16 I won't be mad if they don't fit...
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    I hope they work for you.

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    When you get them,post the results and or how much "adjustment" they need.

    Thanks.

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    Indeed I will. Only drawback I see from before I get them is that they're pretty much solid. Not sure if drilling them would look that great. Not sure how much those openings really help to cool the bay anyways. I guess every little bit helps..
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