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Pinto Left Side Front Fender/Mustang II Left Side Front Fender


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Description: 1 Pinto left side front fender (driver side) fits 75-78 Pinto or Bobcat.  Will have to be rebent along side of fender to have front fender align with door.


1 78 Mustang II left side front fender (drivers side) slightly bent along side.


Both can be fixed or would make great sheet metal for any modified restoration projects.


$50.00 each

Phone Number 315-727-6230
Name Mark
Email Address pintokid@twcny.rr.com
City, State Syracuse, NY
Delivery  Pickup Only Will Not Ship
Estimated Shipping (US ONLY) Will Not Ship
Asking Price 50.00 each
Listing Date: 10/09/2020 03:23 am
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November 19, 2020, 01:46:23 AM
I wish I could help you, I dont have any wagon parts,  Check the facebook page I saw some there,
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November 15, 2020, 07:22:52 PM
  Looking for interior panels for a 1972 Pinto wagon - turning it into a port hole rallye type - any help would be appreciated.   Thanks


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