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Wanted Rear wheel spats for 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak

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Hi All,

Hoping someone will be able to put me on to someone with "fender skirts" for sale ,..... (what we call in Australia)... "Spats" for the rear wheel arch of my 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak.. 

 

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Howdy

I have a 51 and a 53 Pontiac and know the difficulty in locating the Spats. It took me quite a few years to get the reasonable sets for my vehicles , especially in Australia as I had to purchase from overseas. Best of luck with your search. If you need any pics or dimensions of the Spats, I can surely measure them for you.

Rgds

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I’ve got three sets. But they go with a 54’ chieftain. Are they the same?

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I'm told up to 52 will fit......  Its a long way to get it wrong... 

But thanks for thinking of me

Cheers

Russ

 

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Charles is correct that the skirts from 1949-52 are the same (factory part # 513992) and a 1954 is different.  Interestingly and conveniently they also show left and right to be the same, where most cars are different from side to side. 

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