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1928 29 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan Rear Fenders Original on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Park Falls, Wisconsin, United States

Park Falls, Wisconsin, United States
Rust and dings. Restore
Warranty:No

1928-29 Ford Model A  Sedan Rear Fenders.

Descent condition.  There is some rust and dings (see pics). 
Will need some work.

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