Cadillac Billet Hood Hinges 1963-1964 | Devious Customs

$1,759.99

Description

1963-1964 Devious Customs Cadillac Billet Hood Hinges

El Dorado // Coupe De Ville // Fleetwood

Elevate your Cadillac’s style and functionality with Devious Billet Hood Hinges, meticulously designed for 1963-1964 models including El Dorado, Coupe De Ville, and Fleetwood. Say goodbye to outdated extension spring hinges and embrace a seamless upgrade to precision-engineered billet construction.

Crafted from premium aluminum, these hood hinges boast superior durability and a sleek aesthetic, enhancing the overall appearance of your Cadillac. Equipped with heavy-duty gas spring shocks, they provide a smoother operation and a stronger lift, ensuring effortless hood maneuverability.

Experience a seamless installation process with perfectly cut aluminum pieces and custom-made hardware included. Whether you prefer the raw finish for a rugged appeal, the powder coat black for a stealthy look, or the chrome option for timeless elegance, we’ve got you covered.

Enhance your Cadillac’s performance and aesthetics with Devious Billet Hood Hinges—sold as a pair for comprehensive upgrade solutions. Explore our selection today and elevate your Cadillac to new heights of style and functionality.

 

List Price: $1,759.99
Cash Price: $1699.00

All sales are final and no refund or exchange will be issued. Devious Customs does not offer any money-back guarantees. You recognize and agree that you shall not be entitled to a refund for any purchase under any circumstance.

Please note the following exceptions to our return and exchange policy:

At the rare case that a manufacturer’s defect should occur, defective products are eligible for exchange only with approval from Devious Customs.
At our discretion, we may allow a return with a non-negotiable 30% restocking fee.

 

Additional information

Weight 20 lbs
Dimensions 26 × 26 × 8 in
Finish

Raw, Black, Chrome

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