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Old 12-19-2011, 09:08 PM
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1937 ford coupe

Which manufacturer would you recommend for replacement fenders for 37 ford coupe.

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First of all, I would spend a fair amount of time trying to fine good restorable originals. They will be expensive. Then my next source would be Wescott's, also expensive, but probably the best quality wise. Here's their cat page/web site.

Everything I have seen or used from there has been top notch.

Bob Drake has some pretty good stuff, seen here but delivery time can often be measured in months waiting for some items coming on the next ship from "elsewhere"

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I agree with Dave on this one. In your neck of the woods, I would start looking in the Dakotas, there's a lot of primo iron there. Here's something I found on Google, it may be something to look in to. http://www.fordbarn.com/forum/showthread.php?t=33841
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