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pre 1940 rear fenders #232506
01/29/12 01:02 AM
01/29/12 01:02 AM
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OK guys.. and gals.. I went to look at a NICE set of 1940 fenders today. Unfortunately for me, they AREN'T 1940. Can someone help me identify them? the look close to 1940 rear fenders, except they are 2 piece. the REAL part of the fender has a seam and the rear mounts look different. I told the guy selling them I would try to figure out what they were for him..

Any ideas?


Re: pre 1940 rear fenders [Re: Eds40chevy] #232519
01/29/12 01:49 AM
01/29/12 01:49 AM
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The 1939 trunkless car and sedan delivery fenders had a little filler piece added - on top - to the rear. Teh filler could be removed and then they will work on a 1939 trunk sedan or coupe.


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