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OPGI Price: $339.99
Part Type: (A) Aftermarket product, usually an enhancement product
Sold As: EACH
2017 El Camino Catalog Page: 2612018 El Camino Catalog Page: 253
Products that require truck freight delivery are items too large to be shipped via FedEx Ground. These are items such as fenders, hoods, etc. All truck freight orders must be prepaid. Rates begin at $120.00 and vary based on weight. Please contact our customer service department for accurate freight charges or visit our website at
These hoods were designed from the 1969 Camaro cowl induction hood in cowl size and shape. Instead of a cowl door, a screen grille is used in its place to pull in cool air. The ducting is similar to a 1969 Camaro as well. Will work with cowl induction air cleaner assemblies with foam seals.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO 1968 OWNERS: The 1969 hoods will work on 1968 models, but you must use 1969 hood hinges.
Regarding Minor Imperfections In Panels:
The sheet metal you receive may have scratches, dings, small dents and other minor imperfections, which are considered normal sheet metal characteristics due to the nature of the product. OPGI does not consider these minor imperfections as damaged. These items will be easily corrected during the filling, priming and sanding phase of your sheet metal installation. All sheet metal panels will require some sort of manipulation during installation. Every panel that we sell is inspected and then carefully packaged to protect against damage that may occur during transit.
Test Fit All Panels Prior To Paint and Installation:
OPGI recommends test fitting all sheet metal panels prior to final paint and installation. It is also recommended that the damaged area of the vehicle not to be cut out before receiving the new sheet metal. Measure twice, cut once to be safe. Sheet metal panels are not a finished product like door handles & mirrors. Minor modifications including elongating mounting holes, adding shims etc. are normal and may be necessary when installing sheet metal. This is a consideration when reinstalling original GM panels as well as reproductions. It is important to note that hard driving conditions can twist frames and bodies out of original tolerances. Poor body work from previous collisions can cause problems with the body structures that the panels are attached to.