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Thread: Fitment of AASE Aluminum Decklid

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    Fitment of AASE Aluminum Decklid

    Looking to run an aluminum decklid on my Hotrod. “Real” S aluminum decklids are too expensive for me. Considering the AASE version. Looks like a quality piece on their website. Curious to know if anyone has feedback on it?
    Bill

    '72T Coupe
    '82SC Targa
    '97C4S

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    I recently did the fitment of an AASE supplied steel decklid for a friend.
    It went well,it needed a little bit of curve/radius adjustment along the top edge to match up perfectly, which we did prior to painting.
    I would expect the alloy ones to come from the same tooling.
    Chris Fryer
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    Ok good to know. Thanks.
    Bill

    '72T Coupe
    '82SC Targa
    '97C4S

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