WTB Mounting flange, 69 Gtx fenders

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  1. Rainy day auto

    Rainy day auto Well-Known Member

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    So I have these fenders which were on a race car. The car went through a lot of modification so at one point the mounting flanges were removed and cut off.

    So I'm looking if anyone has a pair of beat up fenders we can get the flanges off of and save these rust free fenders.

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    Would parts off of ‘70 Coronet fenders be the same?
     
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    Rainy day auto Well-Known Member

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    Sorry for the snail response but I had to do some research.

    It seems the plymouth fenders are a bit different than the coronet fenders.

    I took a photo of another 69 plymouth fender and that right there is what I need

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    Darn it, these Mopar differences are hard to pick out. Well I learned something new today.
     
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