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More Truck Fenders??????

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Thanks to all for helping me out I hated to see all the parts I am trying to ID going for scrap metal. These first fenders have part numbers on them I believe are for Dodge and Plymouth trucks four strips on lower part of fender, part numbers 590604, 590605 what size truck and model are they for. The next front fender looks to be for a truck also. Thank again to all for your help!!! 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com

 

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That pair of fenders is 39-40 Dodge or Plymouth truck. In 41 and through to 47 the headlights went up on the crown instead of the valley between the fender and grille. They were also on the "VC" military truck all through the war

 

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the gray fender appears to be from a mid 60's International Loadstar used   for farm trucks, fire trucks, school busses, etc. Later versions did not have the parking light opening.

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