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1941 Oldsmobile Fender Skirts on 2040-parts.com

US $250.00
Location:

Champaign, Illinois, US

Champaign, Illinois, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:fender skirts Manufacturer Part Number:N/A Interchange Part Number:N/A Other Part Number:N/A Placement on Vehicle:Array Surface Finish:paint, rust ,ect. Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:United States

I beleave the fender skirts are from a 1941 Oldsmoble.  Thier is a differance from the right to the left.  The crome molding from  one is 1 1/4 ' wide ( appox), and the other is ( appox ) 1 3/4" wide. Both are      the same color, with repaint over, same color. I belive they were on the same car. You decide if this will work for you. They look very good from what I can tell. One has a slight bend at the top center, but hard to see. I feel that the skirts would have to be fitted to the fender for a true fit. Any questions,  pleas e-mail me.  Shipping will be  figered, after the auction. ( Charged for shipping only ). no packing. fees.

Will ship to lower 48 states only.  Pay Pal, or cash in person.    

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