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not mine #232799
01/31/12 11:01 PM
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Re: not mine [Re: Tims37] #232857
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Thanks a lot for the information. Such items are near to finding hen's teeth. Unfortunately I am searching for rear fenders to a 1918 roadster (straight at the rear part of the fender). See the picture here:

http://s889.photobucket.com/albums/ac98/solan1916/roadster%201918/

Also searching for front springs to 1917/18.

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Re: not mine [Re: Tims37] #233957
02/11/12 02:04 PM
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Tim: Thanks for posting. After over a week and getting additional pictures from him showing part numbers stenciled on the fenders and my 1926 parts book, we determined that one pair would fit my 1922 utility coupe. So I bought that pair. (He originally thought that all 4 fenders fit the same car) The other pair fits a late 1922 Fisher coupe-4. (I assume that means 4 passenger). I never thought I would ever find NOS fenders for it. Thanks again.

Re: not mine [Re: Tims37] #235133
02/23/12 04:23 AM
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I just received the fenders today. There is no doubt that they are NOS, and they are in excellant condition. The guy was very fair to deal with. I just wanted to post this in case someone was interested in contacting him about the other pair that he is selling.


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