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    Posted: 30-August-2016 at 12:01PM
Hello y'all. I'm new to this forum thing. I just recently purchased two 1968 Torino gt for a restoration project for my son. So far all is going well with the project,except for the hood. I cannot seem to find a replacement. I was wondering if a hood from similar year or similar make would work, ranchero, fair lane. This is my first project car. I know that there will be many questions coming up. Thank you.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jedclampit Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-October-2016 at 3:04AM
1968-69 Fairlane, Torino, Ranchero are the same, I have one I will sell with a factory '69 Cobra Jet scoop, and the hood lip molding, located in Pittsburgh PA. 1968's did not have the scoop as an option, but many were added. I have a lot of misc parts, let me know what you need.
Fastback? Engine?
Full factory restoration or custom?
What color interior, bench or bucket seats?
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We are sticking with the original seats just adding some new vinyl. We are also sticking with the original 390 engine. I am very interested in the hood,that sounds great. We are not doing an off frame restoration but we are replacing a lot of old with newer parts. My son wants it to be a dark maroon,burgundy with the hood and Torino stripe a gloss black. If I can figure out how to post pics here I will show ya where we are. I do have some on facebook under Chadwick Sides. Thanks for the reply.
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Sounds cool!
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Hi there... I am looking for a 1969 original Ford Torino Hood. It doesn't need the scoop. If you could let me know if you have one, or where I may find one, it would be greatly appreciated.
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