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post #1 of 25 Old 05-21-2010, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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shaker hood

Have you guys seen any one with a shaker hood system for sale for our cars .. That would be sweet .. I saw them make one for the trans am consept car . So where is our shaker for the camaro ?

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dont know for sure.....but i dont think the camaro ever had a shaker hood. that may be one reason you wont see it. doesnt fit the style of the car.

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I always thought Shaker hoods were a MOPAR thing.

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I'm not a fan of them on non-carb cars like these. The Mach1 Mustang had it a few years ago.

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I always thought Shaker hoods were a MOPAR thing.
That is a common association, the other for me are Pontiacs during the 1970s

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It's on the Trans Am like you said. I think I remember seeing it on the Camaro in a photo a while back but I cant find it
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post #6 of 25 Old 05-21-2010, 05:54 PM
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Ford and Morpar had the shaker hoods.Chevy stuck with the
Cowl induction hoods.

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The MACH 1's recent shaker is functional..
But I do not think that would look good on the lines of this car. Chevy had cowl hood.

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chevy/ pontiac did use shakers.


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Pontiac did yes...but chevy didn't.



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