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2006 fiberglass powerdome hood

'm having a new fiberglass power dome hood with vents made up by Mcqueen Prototype Design.inc. in Southern Calif. Hoping to have finished in a couple of weeks.
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that looks different!
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I like it. It will look good when its all done.
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I think it looks better with the glass fenders but still looks cool and different.
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'm having a new fiberglass power dome hood with vents made up by Mcqueen Prototype Design.inc. in Southern Calif. Hoping to have finished in a couple of weeks.
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Thats pretty awesome looking.
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Looks great!
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Looks awesome!

And looks mean!

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Most of the time I don't like stuff like that, I think it looks kinda cheesy. But I gotta say, that hood is Badass! It really looks sweet.
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Damn that looks good!
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Raptor looking......
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Thank you for your positive comments. We just pulled the hood mold off the plug this AM, and are detailing it today. By the middle of next week we will have Brians hood completed. If any of you are interested, 310 327 2337, or email me at <[email protected]> We will post pics next week. For those who dont know MCQUEEN PROTOTYPE is one of the leaders in off road and race car
bodys. <mpdfiberbodywerx.com> Thank you Mike McQueen.
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We just finished Brians hood, it weighs a whoppin 16 lbs, bolts right on and will be installed next week when he gets back from vacation. Ive noticed 2 other threads dealing with this hood and fender issue.
I dont see much response, so i assume there is not that much interest. But we will post pics next week. Mike
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That....looks.....sick! I always wondered what "raptor style" vents on the powerdome would look like.
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I really like your hood. I have a 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT that's lifted. They don't make any aftermarket hoods for the ST. Their not too different form the Ranger or Explorer hoods. If I were to get a bunch of guys to make a group buy do you think your guy at McQueen would built them?
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Awsome
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This is the 02 and earlier version of the hood. next week the late model will be up after installing on
Brians o4.
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Sorry about the big picture, havent got that figured out.

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Even though there isn't alot of interest is he keeping the mold for possible future interest?
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The he you are replying to is me. McQueen prototype. yes we are going to keep the mold. Do any of you out there know how to use a phone? 310 327 2337 8 to 5 PST monday through friday. I also work in the shop making new tooling, not on computer.
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Do any of you out there know how to use a phone? 310 327 2337 8 to 5 PST monday through friday. I also work in the shop making new tooling, not on computer.
Wow....
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Do any of you out there know how to use a phone? 310 327 2337 8 to 5 PST monday through friday. I also work in the shop making new tooling, not on computer.
Thats a good way to get business.
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It's f'n long distance.. You guys need to get some online presence and hire someone for that.
I would be down for one but not until I get a house and settled first.
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