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Old 01-29-2012, 09:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What is it worth? 69 Shaker Hood

I was thinking that I might want to sell my original 1969 shaker hood. It is in excellent condition. I only have the hood. Does anyone know what it is worth?
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Since a non-shaker hood can be made into a shaker hood with a good template I would say the condition of the hood is more a factor on the price. If it is really nice I would not take less than $150 for it.
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Did the shaker hoods have a specific part number? Were the Boss 429 hoods the same? If they had a specific part number, where would it be located? If there is part numbers for these hoods, does anyone know the part numbers? I can't seem to find any info on the net. Thanks.
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I read somewhere that the shaker hoods were different because the hole was stamped out and not cut out. Is this correct.
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I've seen original, Ford shaker hoods sell for $800. I'm not saying you're going to get that. I'm saying I've seen it. But that was for a pristine, original shaker hood. Those things are getting hard to find. I know because I need one for my '70 Mach 1 and I'm not seeing much out there.

People will pay that much because they want the car to have Ford parts for shows and they want it to fit well. Even the "orginal Ford tooling" hoods can have fitment issues. And so can the original hoods, but they are typically a good fit.

The Boss 429 hoods are different. There was no shaker option for a Boss 429. Those cars had a large, forward-facing scoop atop the hood. (If you had an original Boss 429 hood, you could probably name your price and get it in no time.)

There is a difference between shaker hoods. The Boss 302 shaker hoods had no hood pins. The '69 Mach 1 hoods had hold-down pins. The 70 Mach 1 hoods had push-in hold-downs. (This was edited: Shaker hoods are a confusing topic!)

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Thanks.
This hood has the 69 hoodpin holes. It is an original shaker. I have another question.
I have read that the shaker hood option was available for 351 2v and up, on all mustangs. Is this true? Does anyone Know, How many shaker hood mustangs were made in 1969? I know 1,280 R code stangs had them. Anyone else sell one of these, and for how much?
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There has to be someone here who can give some more info.
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Any 69 hood is worth more than a 70 hood, in comparable condition. the service replacement, and all repros, as well as the "original tool" are all 1970 hoods. The skin was the same, but the front part of the frame differed.

The only 2V shakers I have seen were 1970 351W 2V cars. Weird cars. Had single exhaust, too.

The BOSS 429 hole was huge and kinda crude.

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Why not put it on eBay and find out?
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Thanks to all who replied. As I stated, I am trying to find out what the value is, because I am trying to decide if I want to sell it. I need a hood for a Grande restoration. The hood that came on the Grande was not the original hood. It came from a different 1969 mustang that had a shaker hood. It seems that the lack of info, might make this a hard to find part.
If it has no value I might aswell keep it. I appreciate any and all help.
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id like to know whatits worth also. Ive been stepping over an original 70 shaker hood for 25+ years now and love to get rid of it for some dough
but then again it may pay to keep it b/c the sec i dump it is when i'll need it
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I have another question.
I have read that the shaker hood option was available for 351 2v and up, on all mustangs. Is this true? Does anyone Know, How many shaker hood mustangs were made in 1969? I know 1,280 R code stangs had them. Anyone else sell one of these, and for how much?
No. For Mustangs, the shaker was available as an option on the Boss 302 and Mach 1 only. Without a shaker, the Boss 302 had a flat hood with no scoop. Non-shaker Mach 1 Mustangs had a non-functional scoop with turn signal lights at the back. (Kinda cool, actually.)

The base engine for the '69 Mach 1 was a 351W. In '70, the Mach 1 base engine was either a 351W or 351C. While the shaker bases were different for each engine, the hoods were the same. In a Mach 1, you could get a 351W, 351C (1970 and up), 390, or 428. Each has a unique shaker base. The same shaker base was used for the 2V or 4V 351. There was no shaker base for a standard 302.

The rarest shaker base is the 390 because not many 390 Mach 1 Mustangs were ordered. The 428 option was only a little more than the 390. So, people who wanted a big block typically opted for the 428.

Whether the car was an R-Code or not doesn't matter when it comes to a shaker. Mach 1 and Boss 302 Mustangs were available with or without the shaker. It was a separate block on the options list.

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The only 2V shakers I have seen were 1970 351W 2V cars. Weird cars. Had single exhaust, too.
Yep. My 1970 Mach 1 is one of those cars: 351C, 2V, shaker, single exhaust, 3-speed manual. Most people are surprised to hear this combo was available on a Mach 1. (Marti report confirms this combo.)

Months ago, you recommended I keep it that way, 22GT. I see your point. But I sure would like to upgrade to a 4bbl carb and dual exhaust. Although, maybe I'll go with with an Autolite 4bbl. I have lots of time to decide as I have stripped my car down to a rolling chassis and I'm repairing all the rust.
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A car like that would get a lot of attention at shows, since it's a 2V, but has a shaker, and of course a mach1 with single exhaust leaves people looking at it like an alien invasion. Unless you are driving the car for speed at the track, I think you'll find a well-tuned 351C 2V capable of snapping your passengers' heads into the headrest.
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