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They’re not as flashy as big spoilers or gullwing doors, but not all hoods have to be boring.

For the most part, a hood serves the utilitarian purpose of protecting the engine bay and more often than not, they are rather mundane. But some automakers turn to functional hood scoops and vents to not only make their hoods cool, but to keep the engine bay even cooler and get more air into their forced induction systems.

Other cars get fancy on how their hoods open, while some just have a real cool design. Check out AutoGuide.com‘s picks for the top 10 coolest hoods on today’s cars below.
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BOGUS!!!!
No T/A hood.

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I like my stock 2015 R/T hood better than any on that list...

Favorite hood of all time is the "lift off" hood on the Superbee...
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IMO...the best hood ever was on my 1999 trans am WS6. This is a stock picture but mine was the same. Sold that before I bought the challenger
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IMO...the best hood ever was on my 1999 trans am WS6. This is a stock picture but mine was the same. Sold that before I bought the challenger
That is a B-A hood.
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BOGUS!!!!
No T/A hood.
My favorite as well!

what do ya mean I ain't kind just not your kind!
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The original is cool too!
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list is bogus. The Demon hood looks like someone laid down a mop sink upside down on the front of the car.
c'mon.
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thank goodness i got a shaker, i made it bros.

I may not have a hellcat, 392, or scat.. but i got a shaker.. wooo

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