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Old 05-06-2004, 07:50 AM
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Rear Fenders for '35 Ford Tudor/Fordor

I'm looking for both RR and LR fenders for a 1935 Ford Sedan Delivery. These are the same as for 1935 Tudors and Fordors.

I'm okay with fiberglass, as the finished vehicle will be a hot rod. But the only glass ones I've seen are for coupes and phaetons, which I believe are not the same. I haven't seen any new steel ones advertised.

Used ones need to be in reasonable shape, i.e., not all twisted up like a giant Chee-to, but not perfect.

I've got two RF and two LF fenders available to trade, although this is not necessary. One pair is in decent shape (minor dents only), and the other pair are fair.

Any leads on where I can get these fenders would be appreciated. I don't have a lot of time to go to swap meets (only going to one day of NSRA York on 6/6), so "networking" w/ the people on this forum is very helpful.

Thanks.

Bill

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Old 05-21-2004, 08:03 AM
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Sorry to bump this, but I really need these fenders. I'll only do it every couple of weeks or so.
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http://www.earlyfordv8.org/page2.htm
Here's some info on where you may find some parts. I've got a book from these people on the 35-36 Fords, it leads me to believe you need the sedan fenders, they are different from the coupe style. Try a search on Google for Early ford v-8 club of America, they have chapters around the country. Good luck. Dan
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Have Randy make some for you.

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Hi guys,

Barry, thanks for the advertisement!!

Bill, if you can get me some sort of pattern, I can make them. Do you have anything??? Even if yours are in bad shape, but useable enough to make a pattern, that will work. I'd be happy to help in any way. If you know someone who has a set on a car, that will work to if they will let you make a pattern. If you want more info, just ask.

You can also contact me privately. rodbuilderandco@frsb.net

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Randy, your site is very cool. I'm a member now, Dan'l. Hope to see you around. Dan
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Hi Dan'l,

Thank you. The website is now yours too. metalmeet.com is 100% member owned. There is an administrator (Wray Schelin) and a 5 member board of directors. Beyond that, it's owned by the registered members.

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35 ford fenders

Try fatfords......http://fatfords.com they have a lot of 35-37 car and pickup parts.
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ford rear fender

i have right and left fender they need a lot of work but you can borrow them and have that guy make you a pair . and i might have him make me a pair if the price is right
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fenders

Bill if you want to sell a front right and left fender i would like to buy them for my 35 ford


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Westcott's Auto Restyling in Boring OR makes what you need!!

They make front and rear fenders for all Fords except big trucks from 1928-41.
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do they have a internet site?? westcoast ??
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sorry Westcott's Auto Restyling in Boring OR they have a web site ??
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Guys,

I'd like to discuss '35 Ford Fender options here. I have looked into the Wescott's Fenders a little, and it appears that their quality is good. J,B. Donaldson and Cutting Edge Composites also make '35 Fenders. I talked to Cutting Edge, and although I really like their construction, it doesn't appear that they are direct replacements for '35's. I have heard some stories about the "gassing" that occurs with Fiberglass, so I looked into the J.B. Doanldson units (due to their construction technique), only to hear that maybe there were some fit-up problems. The 2005 Street Rodder Rod Tour '36 is a J.B. Donaldson unit, and I called the Rod Shop that built it (Don's-nice guy, very informative by the way), and he said the Donaldson parts fit pretty good. I guess my concern with Wescott's is this "gassing" thing. Does anyone have any insight here on either the "gassing" issue or the quality of fit-up on parts?

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Craig
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