Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
Wow! That must have scared the heck out of her! Because the car is 16 years old, a new hood won't be available. Your best bet is to check a local auto salvage yard, most can try and locate one nationwide from other salvage yards, and have it shipped to them. Even that may be a bit difficult due to the cars age. Not a lot of demand for older car parts, so many yards crush up cars. That said, I still think you can find one, due to it being a common model, and many are still on the road. The problem will be the hood hinges. How badly they were bent, or damaged will not be evident until you try to bolt on a replacement hood, and have the job of lining things up, so it shuts properly, and is evenly spaced all around. Were the bolts attaching the hood to the hinges torn off? If they were, the bolts probably stripped the threads when yanked out. No way to tell from here, good luck on your project.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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