Topic: Reproduction Fenders

Guyh    -- 07-09-2022 @ 5:26 PM
  Let me know which reproduction fenders require the least amount of work to fit? Any brands to avoid? Any thoughts on (forgive me) fiberglass (gasp)? I have a 1932 Tudor

3w2    -- 07-10-2022 @ 7:03 PM
  Sorry, but my experience with steel reproduction fenders is limited to United Pacific pickup rear fenders (they' re five star in my book) and none at all with fenders made of other materials.

trjford8    -- 07-21-2022 @ 8:46 AM
  If you want fiberglass fenders I have used Wescott's in the past. They are great quality and fit well. Before i bought them I compared them to other glass fenders and they were the best on the market. The second best were fenders from Polyform, but I'm not sure they are still in business. They were in the Sant Cruz, California area.

19375W    -- 07-31-2022 @ 1:21 PM
  Although not a '32, I used Brookville front fenders on my '29 tudor and they fit almost exact. The only one making rears for a 29 at the time was from Gaslight and they were all twisted and cost more to fix than I paid for them.

MICHV8    -- 08-07-2022 @ 7:19 AM
  I bought a Brookville coupe rear and it was very nice, but had a VERY slight flatter bead than the originals

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