Regretably the Nose cone was the Most easily damaged part on that sled, and they are not easy to find in good shape.
When you do find a good one more often than not the screw hole's won't line up right with your hood skin.
I've had Mine for almost 5 yr's now, and have been lucky to keep it looking as good as I have.
This is this yr's latest paint scheme.
What I've done with the nose cone, was drill matching hole's in both the n.c., and the hood skin, then used zip tie's to hold it all together.
Covered it all up with a bra from a 93 Jag.
These are Great little sled's, and are a real Blast to ride when done up right.
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