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1941 Fender Skirts
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Anyone have/know where i can get a good set of 1941 coupe fender skirts (not repo's), with moldings......Thanks in advance

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Re: 1941 Fender Skirts
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can someone smarter than I verify if the fender strips are the same or are shorter ones used when skirts are worn?

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Re: 1941 Fender Skirts
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There were two different skirts used. One was teardrop shaped, and, yes, the rear trim would have been shorter if those skirts were used. The second style was as shown above, and the fender trim would have not been different. The trim on the skirts is something you see done in more recent times. I do not believe the factory offered that.

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Re: 1941 Fender Skirts
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Here's another car with the wheel-well-opening-only skirts, without the added trim on the face.

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Re: 1941 Fender Skirts
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Nice looks awesome!!!

Posted on: 6/2 12:07:26
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Re: 1941 Fender Skirts
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There were two different skirts used. One was teardrop shaped, and, yes, the rear trim would have been shorter if those skirts were used. The second style was as shown above, and the fender trim would have not been different. The trim on the skirts is something you see done in more recent times. I do not believe the factory offered that.


Thank you so much that is good to know so i wont hold out for the ones with the trim, still no one has any idea on where to purchase?

Posted on: 6/2 12:09:17
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Re: 1941 Fender Skirts
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Reproduction is probably your only choice.

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Re: 1941 Fender Skirts
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Bumme.....usual vendors Kanter etc????

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Re: 1941 Fender Skirts
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You can try but probably better luck on eBay as these, as far as I know, havenít been made for many, many years. There are modern universal versions but no actual reproductions.

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