Brand:Original Mopar, for an early 1970s era Dart.
Surface Finish:Were both blasted and painted, clean, not pitted.
Manufacturer Part Number:1-pr, for left & right fenders to frt bumper brkts
Interchange Part Number:Nice and solid and clean, not badly corroded.
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Other Part Number:Come with hardware, have a little curve to them.
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front
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Mopar 1967-74 A-body 1966-67 B-body, Fender Braces To Bumper Brkts, 12" 1pr, Vgc on 2040-parts.com
Stillwater, Minnesota, United States
“Here's a very good condition original used pair of 1967-74 Mopar A-body, or 1966-67 B-body (except Charger) front lower part of fender brace (stiffening rod) to front bumper brackets. Approx. 12-inches long, these prevent the lower lip of fender (in front of tire) from rolling in, greatly strengthening it. These were both bead blasted and painted in black paint. Very solid and clean pieces as these go. Look very decent, but if you want really nice, you could sand them down and paint them again with a little more paint to look very good. The come with the original bolts and clips to attach them at edge of fender and to front bumper brackets. They braces / rods have just a little bit of curve or wavyness (as do most), but don't think you'll even notice when mounted up. Fairly easily straightenable if you wanted to a little more.”