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At Hershey, two years ago, there was a rolling chassis with a repro body, nicely put together, on the roadway next to Hershey World and for sale for around $12K....it looked great, and if finished correctly would have been a great car, and hard to distinguish from an original...

 

No, I'm not an advocate of hot rods nor recreations, just saying that this had the form that is so loved...

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At Hershey, two years ago, there was a rolling chassis with a repro body, nicely put together, on the roadway next to Hershey World and for sale for around $12K....it looked great, and if finished correctly would have been a great car, and hard to distinguish from an original...

 

No, I'm not an advocate of hot rods nor recreations, just saying that this had the form that is so loved...

I saw that and had to take a closer look.  It could have been finished off as a real fooler.  The proportions and features that were done to that point were pretty convincing. 

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Plymboy--

I bought a very good pair of new fiberglass rear fenders a few years ago from a gentleman in Michigan.  He also made front fenders, which I didn't need, but which I admired when I saw them.  

I won't publish his email address here, but send me your email address and I'll forward it to him.  If he is still making and selling fenders he can contact you directly.

I am at [EDIT] thomasrparkinson at yahoo.com  (don't forget the 'r'.)

--Tom

 

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