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Help with fender #779383 Fri Sep 09 2011 03:31 PM
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bigdog58 Offline OP
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Found this 1956 Chevy truck I am thinking of buying and noticed the front fenders have a factory notch on the edge of the fender between the grille and the turn lamp. I have never seen this before. It is on the part that butts up to the grille.

Tried to attach pic but can't...

Please help me as I do wanna go snatch it up.

Thanks, Steve in I-DA-HO

Re: Help with fender [Re: bigdog58] #779384 Fri Sep 09 2011 03:42 PM
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that's a 57 fender, the 57 grille sits on top of that lip instead of inside as the 55/6 grill does - no big feal, can be filled, otherwise the fenders are the same

Bill


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Re: Help with fender [Re: squeeze] #779397 Fri Sep 09 2011 04:19 PM
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bigdog58 Offline OP
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Ahhhh.....right I forgot all about that year fender. I have never had a 1957 before. Thanks a bunch Bill

Steve


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