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1930-1931 Ford Model A fenders for sale

Need a nice set of fenders for your hot rod? I found my dad a 1930 Model A Coupe that came with a nice set of fenders that were painted in black lacquer in 1977 and never put back on the car. Bolt em on and go! there is a little lacquer checking on the drivers front fender, would be awesome on an old hot rod...
Complete set of fronts, rears, splash aprons, and running boards (still wrapped in newspaper from '77!).

email grant@getchoppedout.com if you are interested, located in Fullerton, California.








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