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#1 Steve Braverman

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 01:38 AM

Part number E-5-1714. I've been told it's a Left Front Fender for a Model 35-B, Chalmers 7-Passenger. Fender could be used on any Chalmers with a 122" w.b. chassis, from 1917 through 1921. It appears to be NOS. $200.

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Posted 18 September 2010 - 04:25 PM

I can bring this to Hershey if somebody wants it.
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Posted 26 August 2013 - 01:37 AM

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 10:35 PM

Hi Steve,
I did some additional research, regarding your Chalmers left front fender.
With two fender irons, shown in your photo, the part number painted on the part should read, "E-5-1926", instead of "E-5-1714". This means that your fender, in addition to being applicable to all of the prior Model 35-B Chalmers from 1917 through 1921, the fender should also apply to all Model 35-D Standard (1917), and Special (1918-1921), 122" wheelbase chassis cars, which include the: Limousine, Limousine Landaulet, Town Car, and Town Car Landaulets.
The Model 35-D were the "high-end" line for Chalmers, and many of the vehicles were special order, and were probably given personal treatment during assembly. I don't have any figures regarding the numbers built, but a few of these models still exist.
I hope this helps to increase your opportunity to sell your fender. Best of luck at Hershey!
Regards,
BobD




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