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1963 Corvette Pre-Assembled Jig Built Front End Press Molded w/o Hood

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Item ID: 686-023
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  • 1963
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Shipping: Truck Freight Required
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1963 Pre-Assembled Jig Built Front End Press Molded w/o Hood

Using some fiberglass handling skills, you can install this press molded Pre-assembled Front End on your 1963 Corvette. Once installed, just add your hood for the complete look. Our Front End Units also include Inner Fenders which are glued in the front area but are not bonded along the rear section to allow you to to fit the fenders for proper hood alignment, etc. Raw fiberglass can be supplied in: Ivory, Off White, Light Gray, Dark Gray, or Black.

If your Corvette is in need of a front end, an assembled one-piece might be the way for you to get your car back to running and driving condition again. Headlight header bar comes installed along with all other important hardware pieces to make installation of an entire front end simple and fast.

  • For 1963 Corvettes
  • Press Molded Pre-Assembled Fiberglass Front End Assembly
  • Hood Sold Separately
  • Made in USA

Learn more from the following Mid America Motorworks Knowledge Library article:

Corvette Body Components from Fiberglass to Resin Transfer Molding

Also known under these part numbers: (For reference only)

  • 25-103433-1
  • 63

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Question:  Why do my parts need to be shipped by truck?

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