04-06-09, 01:35 PM
I found this hood behind a barn and had it media blasted and primered. The blasting revealed a little bit of pitting and a couple of pinholes and a bit of fire damage on the left front and center part of the hood. All it needs is some bondo work and a new paint job. There are plenty of pictures. If you have any questions just email me. I no longer have a Saab so it's gotta go. I'm asking $200 because that is what I have put into the hood.
11-11-10, 11:04 AM
Price change, Asking $100 now. I'm moving across the country and I need this gone.
11-11-10, 10:36 PM
where abouts are you moving?
I am looking for the thin strip of rubber that attaches to the rear of the hood on the inner edges of each side to prevent the hood from scraping the fenders when it is closed. Any leads? Thanks.
20-11-11, 11:22 PM
this is very tempting esp since I need a new hood for my smushed one..im down in Atlanta..
21-11-11, 07:40 PM
Please no bumping. That can cause thread locking.
These two slots look nice. In later years, 1981, I think but definitely by 1982, slots were only on one side to prevent water going near the brake fluid reservoir. I used to have a one slot car and thought it would be nice to have both slots.