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Used Original 1973-1973 Ford Mustang Front Fender Driver Side on 2040-parts.com

US $74.95
Location:

Lebanon, Tennessee, United States

Lebanon, Tennessee, United States
Condition:Used Placement on Vehicle:Left Position:Driver Side

 Up for bid is a used left front, driver's side fender removed from a 1973 Mustang Grande. Fender is solid and straight except for a dented area below the bottom body line. It has a little surface rust, but no rot through. Pictures show the damage clearly. It includes the fender opening trim, emblem, body side molding, and nose piece fender extension. If you have an original car and don't want reproduction sheet metal, this fender can be fixed easily and includes items a new fender doesn't. Include $99.00 S/H

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