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12-18-2011 09:47 AM
Centerline There's a company that is reproducing these in fiberglass. HERE is the link. They're about $50 I think.


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12-18-2011 06:38 AM
Originally Posted by MARTINSR
The classic is using a thirties Ford spare tire cover cut in half.
The 1935-1936 Ford spare tire covers pop up on e-bay occasionally.
12-18-2011 05:42 AM
deadbodyman when I went to my first metal shaping class I made a harley fender in about 4 hrs and had a ball ......I'd make them for sure...www.metalmeet .com
12-17-2011 09:46 AM
MARTINSR The classic is using a thirties Ford spare tire cover cut in half.

12-17-2011 07:28 AM
custom van

A lot of options, In the 50's we used the chrome spare tire covers from continental Kits ( for the youngsters, thats when you extended the back bumper brackets back and mounted the spare tire between the trunk and bumper. ) a lot of the 70's custom vans had outside mounted spare tires and metal covers.
12-17-2011 06:57 AM
1ownerT Motorcycle fenders would be another option.
12-16-2011 10:52 PM
OneMoreTime What I do for narrow fenders is to get a pair of trailer fenders and take a strip out of the middle and weld them back together to get the width I need..makes wider fenders as well by inserting a piece..those are usually 18 gauge and not herd to work with..

12-16-2011 08:42 PM
front skinny fenders

where can i find a set of front fenders like the ones on milners coupe in american graffitti? thanks

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