Black craft felt from a fabric store, spray 3M adhesive on the old insulator (after carefull brushing the loose crap off), and on the back side of the new piece of felt. Let it dry a few minutes according to the 3M instructions. Then press them together, and work it into the contours. Cut the perimeter with a razor blade or scissors, cut out the holes for the retainers/light.
Mask and paint how you like. My original had the SSE logo (another SSEi quirk), and this liner is no longer available.
Hood insulator from www.gmpartsdirect.com:
GM PART # 25646138
CATEGORY: Hood Insulator-not available for sale due to size
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $64.15
OUR PRICE: $37.85
Then you add *&H (because of the large box, and the fact that you can't fold this sucker:
Hood Insulator-not available for sale due to size (special order, not returnable)
$100.00 (approx shipping/handling)
Non-NC Residents Total:
Sales Tax (NC Only):
NC Residents Total:
Now you see why I fixed my own.
Link to more pics of mine (in progress) click on the thumbnail for the bigger picture:
"intel inside" logo I used: http://www.williamwren.com/Bonnevill...umba/page4.htm
Before and after....this is after I 'cleaned up' the old one, so it looks better. I had to cut alot of material off the face:
Various in progress pics:
These pages are accessed by going to my webpage, selecting the bonneville page at the bottom of my main index, then clicking on the Bonneville thumbnail gallery reference directly below the list of links, and above the 3x3 grid of pics.
The pic posted above is on the page linked at the BOTTOM of that same page.