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Two new aftermarket Mustang hoods hit the streets from Cervinis Auto Designs!

Cervinis Auto Designs strives for perfection and is widely known for producing the best quality fiberglass and urethane parts in the industry. They offer a wide variety of the latest in styling and performance options for your Mustang.Their products are proudly manufactured in the USA with materials purchased in the USA!

Cervinis just unveiled TWO new aftermarket Mustang hoods! The 2.5-inch Cobra R Cowl Hood and GT500 Style Heat Extractor Hood. Both hoods will be available on the S550 (2015+) Mustang models. Projected release dates will be during Fall 2019.

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Cervinis 2.5-inch Cobra R Cowl Hood

The first aftermarket Mustang hood to be released is the 2 1/2″ Cobra R Styled Cowl Hood. The 1995 styled double hump cowl is the perfect addition to your build. With the added clearance this hood offers, you will be able to run most power adder setups with no clearance issues.

This hood is designed to work around the Cobra Jet intake, Boss 302 intake and various superchargers that require ample hood clearance. The Cobra R Hood follows all body lines, with an aggressive flow, while maintaining a one-of-a kind aftermarket appearance!

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Cervinis GT500 Style Heat Extractor Hood

Following the release of the Cobra R is the highly anticipated GT500 style Heat Extractor Hood. Inspired after the 2020 GT500, it features a louvered heat extractor, as the focal point. The vented heat extractors are fully functional and track ready. Cervinis GT500 style Heat Extractor Hood also includes a rain tray to protect your engine from the elements.

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Author Jaron Cole

I've been around the Sun 27 times. I'm a Mustang owner (2015 ROUSH inspired S550), automotive enthusiast and photographer! Oh, and I have a thing called Mustang Fan Club, you may have heard of it.

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