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Old 01-11-2010, 08:22 AM
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Where to get inner spash shields?

I'm trying to help a friend with inner spash shields for a 1970 Pontiac Bonneville.
The shields mount to the inner fenders and seal the gap between the inner fender and the A-Arm of the front suspension. They help prevent dirt and debris from entering the engine compartment.

I have found a Pontiac store on Ebay (A1 Auto.inc) but I live in Norway and they don't sell outside USA. My US shipping address won't be of any help as they don't ship to other adresses than the CC billing address.

Does any of you of know other some store I can get inner splash shields for this car?

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Not sure on how fussy you are on originality, but I would just make some......They are simply a piece of rubber. If you have the old ones for a pattern, just get some sheet rubber and cut them out.......
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