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Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood for Nissan Sentra SE-R B13

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Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood for Nissan Sentra SE-R B13

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Finally available to the public, Seibon Carbon Hoods for the 91-94 Nissan Sentra SE-R B13.  Originally made for a Group Buy for our friends at SR20Forums.com.  The group buy members waited almost a year for the first production run to happen.  A huge thanks to those that waited patiently for this to happen.  The response on these was overwhelmingly positive with the quality, fitment, and price.  Now that we are done with the Group Buy, we are offering these to the public.
Due to its size, these must be shipped via Freight.  Please call in advance for shipping quotes and availabilty.

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Weight 20 lbs
Dimensions 60 x 45 x 10 in

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