I bought these from a forum member "SeattleDad" a few years ago. I don't know where he sourced them.Who makes those Glenn?
I got the coupe back from the painter this past Tuesday. I took it up to 80 mph and the hood stayed flat, didnt bow up at all. He opened up the stiffening rib on the bottom of the hood and bonded in a piece of tubing and then glassed it back closed. I cannot even tell it was done. He did a great job and no venting is needed. Now to put some miles on it. And I am going to have to figure out how to add some pics of it. I will get to that soon.Thanks for the replies. I have talked to my painter about this and he suggested glassing in a 3/4 conduit near the edge of the hood to strengthen this area to prevent flexing. I am taking it back next week to have this done. It will run across the full width and slightly down the sides. Since the car is already painted with stripes refinishing the underside of the hood should be easier for him. If this does not fix the flexing then the next step will be some kind of vents. I agree that a buildup of pressure under the hood is the problem. The coupe hood looks so nice I would hate to have to cut vents into it.