Splash shield/seal in front of fender

1966 -1967 Mopars

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    Hyper Henry Well-Known Member

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    Got a 67 Coronet that I am working on and while cleaning up the front suspension noticed drivers side fender is missing the splash shield and seal that goes at the front of the fender around the back of headlights I believe. Are they re-popping these parts?? Or anyone have a spare for sale??

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    Derrick
     
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    Derrick...I have seen them on the eBag repoped. If you have difficulty in locating some, I do have the material used to make them that I will let you have for the task...cr8crshr/Tuck
     
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    That is the gaskets also need the sheet metal portion as well.
     
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    Gent's. I am working on a 66 Coronet Conv. As the enclosed picture it is clear that some "splash thing" is missing. I haven't been able to identify these parts i.e. by Classic Industries. Can anyone clarify what is missing? Greetings from a quiet Copenhagen!

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    I think it looks like you are missing the rubber seal that goes against the fender. Detroitmuscletechnologies.com has them.
     
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      Contact Detroit Muscle, they were correct for our 66-67 Chargers. Measure you distances, ask them for theirs.
       
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      I have these 2 originals with clips if someone needs them

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      Hi joerachet, I have these parts, but do not know how to fix them i.e. if I am missing a plate to mount them on?
       
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      Hey Bodk, I will take a picture of they area they mount to and post it when I get a chance.
      BTW, I visited Copenhagen in 94, lovely city, great people.
       
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      In the attached photo, The two pieces on the right are the metal fender splash shields that go up in the headlight area. The two pieces on the left are the metal fender splash shields that go in the fenders behind the front tires. You can see the rubber seals still attached to them for installation reference. The metal shields are not reproduced. See post #7 for the rubber seals for the headlight splash shields.
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      • 440 4 speed

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        Contact dpwinslow@sbcglobal.net
        He was reproducing the front and back shields in fibreglass a few years ago. Possibly if there was enough interest he might do another run.
        He also repopped 66-67 Charger stuff, and 66-67 b body things.
         
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        Not sure if this is where I purchased them ( its been 20 years) but I used the rear fiberglass ones in my car.. Slick deal, NO rusting, fit and look good...

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