Fibreglass bonnet getting some paint

RKNRLR

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nice, looking for it to go back on,
may i ask where iin australia did you buy it
Couldn't find any local stockists, so I had it shipped from Andy's Auto sports, took forever, but it was worth the wait.

Fitment was not outstanding, but close enough. The rear A12 repro brackets are slotted for adjustment L+R as well as fore/aft.

My RR is a 68 so no factory pad for front pins. I used a combination of repro Challenger brackets and some adapter brackets I fabbed up with a friend. The challenger brackets align perfectly with my existing pad above the radiator support, so it doesn't look like too much of. hack job

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I adjusted my fenders with the original hood on before replacing it. The only part that was a bit ugly was the back of the hood, up against the cowl. Looks like somebody cut it out with their teeth.
Other than that, pretty nice.
 

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Couldn't find any local stockists, so I had it shipped from Andy's Auto sports, took forever, but it was worth the wait.

Fitment was not outstanding, but close enough. The rear A12 repro brackets are slotted for adjustment L+R as well as fore/aft.

My RR is a 68 so no factory pad for front pins. I used a combination of repro Challenger brackets and some adapter brackets I fabbed up with a friend. The challenger brackets align perfectly with my existing pad above the radiator support, so it doesn't look like too much of. hack job

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that looks awesome nice job,
 
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