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My guys. New member here. Looking at buying a '73 2002. Car is very solid except for the front fenders. They will need to be replaced. Local dealer says they are still available OE but are $866 each. Have not really had luck on the internet. Did a search on here. Everyone seems to have the same story. Some posts mentioned the fiberglass ones,but I cannot seem to find them. Any ideas

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You should be able to get them significantly cheaper. Try steve BLUNT unkorama@gmail.com on this Board, who does a fair 2002 mail order parts business. I have also had excellent luck with my local BMW dealer for '02 parts (consider the shipping cost), but for many others that has not been the case. Good luck.

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'72 Malaga

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I haven't looked in a long time, but I used to see used fenders in good to great condition selling here left and right for $25 to $50 each. I'd never think of buying new when it comes to fenders. Definitely check the parts thread and post a WTB if nothing else.

Michael Rose

'91 Porsche 964
'00 Dodge Durango
'13 Honda Pilot

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Where are you located? I have a pair of used fenders from a 1974 (they have holes for side reflectors and big bumpers)

thomasjwinston AT yahoo DOT com (I can't ship them for a long time - they are in my storage unit and I have 5 weddings in a row over the weekends... This weekend was #2 out of 5.

'79 & '80 Vespas, R75/6 + R90/6 (and a Triumph), '76 IH Scout II

E36 

'71 VIN: 2574356 - Nevada, Sunroof, RUST and a really nice '76

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Fiberglass-

www.prodbodies.com

They used to be called 'Japco' but ownership changed.

I wouldn't think they'd be what you want for a street car.

fwiw,

t

"I learn best through painful, expensive experience, so I feel like I've gotten my money's worth." MattL

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