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It's brand new and, unlike Seibon, I'll actually tell you that it would require hood pins to work properly on at least my Supra. Overall fitment is actually pretty good in terms of fender gaps, and the style is my favorite. However, I've become somewhat of a fitment snob in my old(er) age, and I won't make any ridiculous comments about how it fits like stock, which Seibon seems to want you to believe.

So, as I mentioned...you need hood pins to really make this hood stay on the car properly, despite Seibon having all factory equivalent latches on the hood. More crummy news is that on my car the passenger side forward facing TS style vent did collide with my OEM fan shroud, which I had to trim in order for the hood to close.

Pros:

Brand new hood, great and aggressive style
Save some money over MVP and others new pricing for same hood
No shipping...come get it (cost me $150 to ship)

Cons:

Requires hood pins IMHO (your mileage may vary)
Requires OEM fan shroud modification (I'll trade you mine if you like)

I'm asking $600, and have all the factory box and wrapping, etc. Thanks for looking! :)

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