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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 10:31 PM Thread Starter
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1965 Fender and Trunklid Combo

Hello all,

Trying to get rid of some of my old sheet metal, as I have replaced. Two front fenders (driver and passenger side) for sale with a trunk lid. The fenders have been sandblasted so they are clean. All areas with bondo can be seen in the photos. There is bondo, but the fenders are straight and true, and fit fine when pulled off the car. The passenger side fender has a few rust holes in the headlight area (see arrows on photos). It's not bad, could be fixed with a little work.

The trunklid fit perfectly on the coupe I pulled it off, but there was light surface rust along the inner lip. Again, something that could easily be remedied by a good bead blasting or scraping, but I decided to just get new sheet metal and save the brain damage of cleaning and repairing it. See arrow and close up for the area of concern.

$100 for all three. I'm not wild about shipping it across the country and I don't have any boxes that big, so a local buyer would be ideal (Cottonwood Heights area, for local Utahns). However, if you are in dire need of these parts and think they would be perfect for your application, get in touch with me and we could probably work something out.

First come first serve!

Text is best: 385-313-2894
Or email, might be a little slower to respond: [email protected]

Thanks for looking.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
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P.S. Bondo is not deep

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4 speed
Rally-Pac
Bench Seat
Power Steering
All-around discs
Aftermarket A/C

And not nearly enough time

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These parts are now FREE. Come get them out of my garage.

289
4 speed
Rally-Pac
Bench Seat
Power Steering
All-around discs
Aftermarket A/C

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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-23-2019, 01:41 PM
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I'm too far away to come get them but are the fenders Ford? Do they have date stamps along the flange where they attach to the fender aprons?

Somebody close by needs to be all over them if they are Ford fenders.
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Both fenders are OEM Ford-- stamping is faint but legible.

As for the trunk lid, I'm not sure. I'd be willing to bet it's from a '66, as the underside is not the same color as my car was from the factory and matches with the door that was replaced at somepoint too, which was off of a '66.

These parts aren't perfect, but for literally the price of gas money, you could have them and fix them with little effort.

289
4 speed
Rally-Pac
Bench Seat
Power Steering
All-around discs
Aftermarket A/C

And not nearly enough time

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-24-2019, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
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These three parts are SOLD!

289
4 speed
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Power Steering
All-around discs
Aftermarket A/C

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