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1929 1930 1931 Chevy Chevrolet Car Truck Left Front Fender Nos on 2040-parts.com

US $500.00
Location:

Winchester, New Hampshire, United States

Winchester, New Hampshire, United States
Condition:New other (see details)

THIS FENDER MAY FIT MORE YEARS:  CHEVY TRUCK CAR?? BE SURE YOU KNOW.
THIS IS NEW OLD STOCK. THE REAL DEAL.IT HAS NEVER BEEN MOUNTED. YOU MAY NEVER FIND ONE IN BETTER CONDITION. NOT A DING ON IT. A LITTLE MINOR SURFACE RUST ON BOTTOM IN SMALL SPOTS. FACTORY APPLIED PAINT HAS SCRATCHES HERE AND THERE. JUST SAND PRIME AND PAINT. CHECK PICTURES CLOSELY.
ONE PICTURE LOOKS TO SHOW A DENT BUT THERE IS NO DENT. A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE ASKED THE SAME QUESTION.THERE ARE NO DENTS.
 
I AM OFFERING LOCAL PICKUP, BUT THERE IS A SHIPPER IN KEENE, NH. WHO WILL CRATE/BOX IT UP FOR YOU AND SHIP UPS OR FED-X OR WHICH EVER WAY YOU CHOOSE.

I'M INCLUDING IN THE AUCTION THAT I CAN BRING IT TO THEM AND YOU CAN WORK WITH THEM DIRECTLY. I HAVE DONE THIS IN THE PAST MANY TIMES. A GOOD FAMILY OPERATION. 

CAN SHIP ALL OVER THE WORLD.  

I DO NOT HAVE THE RIGHT SIDE FRONT  FENDER!!!! DRIVERS SIDE ONLY.

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