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Old 05-15-2009, 09:30 AM
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1964 F100 Factory Hood Scoop?

I'm picking up my truck tommorow. Was just looking to attach it but I guess I can't put attachments in my threads? Been without a truck for over a year. Sucks. That being said, has anyone ever seen a hood scoop mounted on an early 60s PU? It is off centered to the drivers side, its about 10"x10" with opening facing windshield and a 4" hole going down through the hood. The owner says that the Ford dealership confirmed it as a factory option but it was usually seen on the bigger work trucks for heat disipation. I think it looks pretty cool, especially if it is original. I've never seen one on any Ford.

Figured out the Pics....If you want to take a look at it its under Bws1964F100 in the Photo Album section.

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1961/66 F800/1100's with 401/477 and 534 gas engines came with a hood scoop.

1961/66: The scoop is mounted on the drivers side of the hood, its opening faces towards the windshield.

The F800/1100 hood has a large semi-rectangular hole in it, below that hole is an adapter that mounts directly to the trucks air cleaner, which is offset.

1961/66: The hood, scoop, aircleaner and attaching parts were not factory installed on F100/750's.

btw: The picture of the scoop Wally gives a link to in the post below, is on a 1967/72 F750/1100. The body style of F Series trucks changed in 1967.

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Heres a picture of one on a big truck ! Different year but it may help !

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yep...I gotta BUMP this! Anyone know where I can score one of these scoops?

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Looks almost like a 55-57 T-Bird scoop.
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B7QZ9671A .. Air Cleaner Duct (hood scoop) / Obsolete

Fits myriad F600 and larger trucks from 1957 thru 1972.

CENTRO CAMIONES in Vega Alta NA has ONE: 001-787-784-8000.

No one else has any.
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B7TZ9672A .. Grille Assy - Use with Air Cleaner Duct / Obsolete

No Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any.
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The 1955/57 T-Bird hood scoop is part of the hood itself, faces forward. The V shaped chrome grille bolts to the front of the scoop.
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Just buy a spare hood and add scoop/s. You can buy them from summit.
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