Classic muscle cars tend to have large displacement and highly powerful engines, and with it, comes a lot of engine heat. In the old days, you had your choice of the OEM type hood insulation that quickly fell apart after a few years, or nothing at all.
For those looking for something unique, that meets both of those somewhere ideas somewhere in the middle, Design Engineering Inc. has what you’e looking for.
Pre-Cut Hood Insulation Kits for Muscle Cars
Add protection & a finished appearance to your engine bay.
AVON LAKE, OHIO – Show off your muscle car engine in style with new Pre-Cut Hood Insulation Kits from Design Engineering, Inc.
Custom-cut to fit a variety of classic muscle car hoods, the Pre-Cut Hood Insulation Kits control heat and sound in the engine bay, protect the vehicle’s finish from high temperatures and chemicals, and look great doing it.
“DEI’s Pre-Cut Hood Insulation Kits are the perfect replacement for worn-out, dirty hood liners,” said Mike Buca of DEI. “Made from our black under-hood material, the kits help control heat and sound, protect your paint from engine heat, and provide a clean, stylish appearance.”
Pre-cut kits with an aggressive adhesive backing make for an easy peel-and-stick installation. Kits are available for a variety of muscle car applications including:
- 1964-’65 Chevrolet Chevelle (# 050128)
- 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle (# 050127)
- 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle (# 050126)
- 1968-’69 Chevrolet Chevelle (# 050125)
- 1970-’72 Chevrolet Chevelle (with non-functional cowl) (# 050124)
- 1967-’69 Chevrolet Camaro (Z/28, SS, base) (# 050099)
- 1969-’70 Ford Mustang (base, Mach 1, Grande, GT-350, GT) (# 050098)
- 1966-’67 Chevrolet Nova (# 050093)
- 1969-’74 Chevrolet Nova (# 050096)
- 1971-’74 Pontiac Ventura (base, GTO) (# 050096)
- 1973-’74 Oldsmobile Omega (# 050096)
- 1973-’74 Buick Apollo (# 050096)
- 1965-’67 Pontiac LeMans/GTO (# 050094)
- 1968-’70 Pontiac LeMans/GTO (# 050095)
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, the parent company to Timeless Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the magazine’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next round modifications for his own cars.