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Old 03-08-2009, 02:56 PM   #1
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1965 Satellite Hood Scoop

Do any of you have a picture of what this 1965 Plymouth Satellite hood scoop would have looked like in the day ?

Trying to locate this hood for my car and not sure of the original style ?

I have attached this picture of one, can anyone tell me if it is original style ?

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Old 03-08-2009, 04:33 PM   #2
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Nope don't think so. I believe that was the scoops that started on the 70 Darts. Maybe 69.
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Old 03-08-2009, 04:36 PM   #3
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This is more correct.

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Ahhhhh.... that looks more like it. Thanks Crazy !
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Here is the link you need:

http://www.1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/lukow65p3.html

1965 Belvedere II Hemi Hood Scoop Installation

Max Wedge Gene writes:

I am using the following procedure to install a fiberglass re-production A990 Hemi hood scoop on my 1965 Belvedere II with a Stage III Max Wedge.

The hood scoop has molded in tabs to allow the scoop to be attached with screws and bolts, just like on the factory cars.

Ken Montgomery's 1965 Belvedere I A990 car is a perfect example of how the support webs were cut by the factory for the original steel hood. On Ken's car, the original scoop, both fenders, and hood are all acid dipped to reduce weight, (the reproductions are fiberglass). The A990 Hemi cars had one large cutout for the oval air cleaner that rises up thru the hood and into the scoop. Since my car is a Max Wedge, I need to place two 5-inch cutouts in the hood just like the Mopar Madness car, shown in the second photo below.

Madness car, shown in the second photo below.

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The Mopar Madness 1964 Belvedere Max Wedge car (seen here on display at Carlisle 2001) shows the details of the 5 inch holes cut in the hood to match directly over the velocity stocks with the foam ring on top. (The February 2002 issue of Mopar Collector's Guide is a good reference also, -- see page 41).

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The engine compartment of Ken's 426 Hemi Superstocker is below.

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Take note that there is a gap between the edge of the hood and the edge of the scoop near the cowl. The edge of the scoop never exceeds one quarter inch from the edge of the hood.

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For proper placement of the cutouts in the hood, place a marker in the carb air cleaner stud hole for the exact center of each carb on the Max Wedge intake manifold. The placement of the cutouts will be different on a 1965 Belvedere then on a 1964 Belvedere.

The hood and scoop will get cut and mounted in the upcoming weeks. Pictures of the finished product will appear here once the installation is completed!

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those are superbee/dart scoops - the only other dual scoop setups were on the older gtx's
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johns right on the scoops. from the first pic. the 65-7- full scoop will look bad on your car, I alwys favored that over the 62-4 scoops.
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i think the 65-67 wouldnt look bad on your car
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Bad meaning way cool gtx sorry , mis communicay on my part.
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haha
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i was just messing with you
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LOL ok I see how it is, you had me going, So chally stopped you cold on the oil thread and foiled your plans, so you took your vengence out on the local fat hairy kid. Thanks chally. LMAO
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thanks guys.... do you have any sources where I could find a hood like on the Crazy pictured above of the Blue....... is it a GTX or a 67'ish Satellite.... regardless ( I am still knew to learning all the car types) I would love to find one of those hoods..... some one must have one for sale that would fit a 65 2dr Satellite...... if not Crazy also threw in a fiberglass repro..... any ideas who would carry that product ?

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satellite's would have never gotten the scoops
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thanks guys.... do you have any sources where I could find a hood like on the Crazy pictured above of the Blue....... is it a GTX or a 67'ish Satellite.... regardless ( I am still knew to learning all the car types) I would love to find one of those hoods..... some one must have one for sale that would fit a 65 2dr Satellite...... if not Crazy also threw in a fiberglass repro..... any ideas who would carry that product ?

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Try AAR Fiberglass, they have a reproduction of that "HEMI" hoodscoop.
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They specialize in all kinds of fiberglass reproduction mopar body parts . Have many different styles of scoops and hoods.
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great thx all
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