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Inner fender photos?


Does anyone have a side shot of an exposed inner front fender?   I am about to patch some sheet metal on mine but don't know the original profile of the front "ears" that snug up alongside the headlight mud guard.   I'm sure I can wing it but would be nice to know the original profile.

 

 

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Sorry - 1957 Pathfinder


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Here is a picture of my inner fender from the D.S.for a 1957 Pathfinder.
Hope it helps you.
Paul



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Perfect - thank you!!


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If you need any other pics just ask and I will see what I have.



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I am rebuilding the headlight shields (behind the buckets) as well. I think I have them figured out but if you have photos of a complete one that would be great. What did you apply to the inside of the inner fender? Some type of rubberized rust coating?


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Post a pic.of the area and I will see what I have or can get for you.



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These attach to the inner fenders - I'm replacing the rusted out sheet metal.   Once again - good place to rust since you can't see them (or my handiwork ) when the outer fender is attached.   Main function (I think) is to deflect debris and water away from the back of the headlight buckets.   Thanks for any advice you can give or photos of intact shields you can find.



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Here are a couple of pics I took of that panel, hope it helps.

Sorry the detail is poor with all the sand and crap stuck up there.



-- Edited by Canwag57 on Monday 23rd of December 2019 04:44:06 PM



-- Edited by Canwag57 on Monday 23rd of December 2019 04:45:49 PM

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Thanks - that is excellent - should be able to reconstruct mine . Merry Christmas to you!!!



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No problem, if you need any other pictures just ask.

Merry Christmas to you also and all the best in the new year. 



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