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pre61-list Digest Mon, 13 Nov 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 217

In This Issue:
Fenders

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From: JDay2536 aol.com
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 11:20:47 EST
Subject: Fenders

I have begun to beat away the Bondo & screenwire that came with the front
fenders of my '48 F-1, and have discovered that they are in very bad
condition.  Any recommendations from some of you with experience?  Should I
replace them with fibreglass replicas or try to rebuild these.  There are
holes larger than my hand, especially near the seams. I imagine that if steel
fenders are available that they are very expensive.  Thanks for your
comments.  JDay

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Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 19:01:32 -0600
Subject: Re: Fenders
From: "Andy Montebello" <aamiii dialnet.net>

I bought fenders from BeBops Glass Works in Athens TN.  Price was right and
I like the quality.  I had ordered from a vintage ford place in northern CA.
They held my money for a month and gave me a different excuse every time I
called, I finally cancelled the order and went with BeBops.  Lower price and
shipping was a flat rate.
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> I have begun to beat away the Bondo & screenwire that came with the front
> fenders of my '48 F-1, and have discovered that they are in very bad
> condition.  Any recommendations from some of you with experience?  Should I
> replace them with fibreglass replicas or try to rebuild these.  There are
> holes larger than my hand, especially near the seams. I imagine that if steel
> fenders are available that they are very expensive.  Thanks for your
> comments.  JDay
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