1972 Chevrolet Impala Hoods/Trunks

1972 Chevrolet Impala Custom Hoods, 1972 Chevrolet Impala Custom Trunks

1972 Chevrolet Impala Carbon Fiber Hoods are located at the front of all Chevrolet trucks, Chevrolet SUVs, and Chevrolet cars, and make up a large portion of your vehicle’s Chevrolet front-end exterior. The primary function of a Chevrolet hood on any vehicle is to protect the Chevrolet engine and other critical parts in the front compartment from being damaged by heavy rain and other phenomena. Even when bent, bruised, and damaged, 1972 Chevrolet Impala hoods can still do a fairly decent job of keeping out water and other elements. It’s the poor appearance part in the end that causes many people to end up replacing a broken Chevrolet hood.


Aftermarket 1972 Chevrolet Impala hoods help make a car look newer. Just this one replacement can make a big difference in a car’s appearance, mainly because it’s such a large component in and of itself. You can replace a 1972 Chevrolet Impala hood with one that’s an exact copy of the vehicle’s stock Chevrolet hood, or you can select a customized Chevrolet hood that falls in line with a new design you had in mind for your Chevrolet car. Either way, you’ll end up with a Chevrolet car that’s better looking, with an engine that’s better protected from anything that might damage it


1972 Chevrolet Impala Carbon Fiber Trunks are located at the back of most Chevrolet trucks, Chevrolet SUVs, and Chevrolet cars, and act as the main storage spaces for these vehicles. For Chevrolet truck owners, the Chevrolet trunk is mostly an open bed that is left uncovered. For Chevrolet drivers of cars and SUVs, however, the Chevrolet trunk is often a distinct space reserved for the transportation of luggage, groceries, and all kinds of other odds and ends.


Though you can’t replace the Chevrolet trunk space itself, you can replace the Chevrolet rear trunk hatch that keep that keeps the trunk space enclosed. Also often known as a 1972 Chevrolet Impala hatch, this piece is as replaceable as the 1972 Chevrolet Impala front hood is, though it is replaced far less commonly. If your car got rear-ended, or even if it’s just bruised up a bit to the point where paint alone can’t make a difference, you may want to replace that trunk hatch or 1972 Chevrolet Impala hood with an aftermarket version that looks cleaner and newer to help maintain the value of your 1972 Chevrolet vehicle.

  Carlos, E  -  (Salina, KS)
The fitment & quality isn't that great but it's acceptable overall. Good service people.
  john  -  (Los Angeles,CA)
It looks great,,no instructions at all.dont know how i will do the horn,no way on my car..also the top part of wheel feels like i can bend it in half,not strong at all..need to make it stronger..i am sure in one year it will fall apart.
  BerettaM9  -  (Kinney, TX)
If you have a newer vehicle, especially European, you have to spend a little extra money on one of these CANBUS kits. Ive been through several other types of HID kits and my lights would flicker, or one side wouldnt turn on, and I would get the warning light on my dash. As soon as I installed this kit, my problems were gone. I'm very happy with this kit - MUCH brighter than any of the other kits Id previously purchased.
  AL Z.  -  (Norwood, CO)
Got the duraflex hood for my Corvette, I like it. Good seller
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Was ify after reading some things in forums about this site. But it was a very good buying experience. tje exhaust sounds great and really simple to install other than the pressed bolts on the first flange. shipping took a week.
  Wes S.  -  (Houston, TX)
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