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|25th January 2010, 14:14||#17|
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So the next best thing was a simple pin with an "R" clip bolted to the front valance, to go through a reinforced hole in the plastic hood.
Instead of an "R" clip, some even used a linch pin and stay cable.
And presto, the hood pin was born.
It was made of plain mild steel, chromed for show, and later even aluminum-alloy billet and stainless steel. A simple "R" clip cotter pin would hold the hood down and be easy to remove, when it was necessary to open the hood.
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