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Virgil Long backed out from under the hood of the Impala, wiped his hands on his coveralls, and scratched at his four-day growth of beard.
I never looked under the hood or figured out what LuEllen's friends had done to the suspension, but you could have taken the car to Talladega.
Used as he was to open cockpits he was also con - scious of a kind of claustrophobia under the hood of the streamlined monoplane, and he remembers being delighted some days after the first flight, when the hood suddenly blew off over Cobham and was never seen again.
He did it under the hood of a 1956 Pontiac station wagon at the Teec Nos Pos trading post in northwest New Mexico on June 14, 1963.
I reached the rec center, and Father Dineros was under the hood of his Mercedes, fiddling with the engine.