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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-03-2014 Thread Starter
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Quality product, Cervinis hood

Just wanted to post what a Quality product Cervinis hoods manufacture. I received my Cobra R hood from them and was very pleased with the fit and finish. I installed prior to painting and there was no need to sand or adjust anything. Perfect fit and perfect finish my 2012 GT is going to look great with this addition. Thanks Cervinis!!!

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Agreed, in my opinion the best fiberglass products out there.

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I really want to get the type 4 ram air hood and rear valance from cervini. Problem is I dont have 1500 for parts amd paint.
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I really want to get the type 4 ram air hood and rear valance from cervini. Problem is I dont have 1500 for parts amd paint.
I'm trying to get that hood as well... Would give a mean look to the 'stang!

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That's good to hear. I've bought several hoods from them and while they say there's no need to sand/ shim the hood, I had to do both.
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