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Packard fender identification
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I'm getting the fenders prepped for metal work and paint. I noticed the wholes foe the inner fenders are different for my 36 club sedan 120. The drivers side has 5 holes for the inner fender and the passe get has only 4 holes. They are both for a 120 but definitely off coming towards the back.of the car. I was told I might have a 35 passenger front fender. Can anyone confirm this or suggest any answers?

Posted on: 10/20 15:32:49
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Re: Packard fender identification
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You got some pictures, that might help

Posted on: 10/20 16:01:50
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Re: Packard fender identification
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Re: Packard fender identification
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Rear fenders

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Re: Packard fender identification
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Maybe it's the light, but it looks like they're not identical on the backside?

Posted on: 10/21 16:10:11
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Not sure what I'm missing, but nowhere in those photos can I see 4 holes on one fender and 5 holes in the corresponding place in the other fender???? Chris.

Posted on: 10/21 19:10:16
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