I'd like to see it just out of curiousity. The MCM hood is my favorite aftermarket hood and I had heard it fit pretty well.spdrcrj said:Even the expensive hoods like mine have fit issues. I have a small "dip" in the front edge of my MCM hood that is quite annoying. I would have expected better fit for $2100. If anyone wants to see the gap Im talking about, let me know and I'll take a photo and post it up.
thats on the list of other perfectly good parts i've replaced on my carSMFCPACFP said:They have a high markup and anyone who would replace a perfectly good hood, has money burning a hole in their pocket.
You might just as well go into the car building business. :roll:robiferretti said:thats on the list of other perfectly good parts i've replaced on my car
airbags(replaced with saftery monkey)
you get the point... :ity:
Heck, why even buy a Vette? I had a prefectly good Celica that could get me from point A to point B before I sold it to buy the Vette.SMFCPACFP said:They have a high markup and anyone who would replace a perfectly good hood, has money burning a hole in their pocket.
This circled area is where there is a dip in the hood. It's plainly obvious to the touch when you rub your hand over that area.
I had it painted before it was installed on the car. I figured that even having it replaced would be a waste since I paid $900 to have it painted already. I decided to live with it. I posted the picture to show those who purchas an aftermarket hood, they might want to test the fit prior to having it painted.