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1968 mustang repop fender comparison

I have a 68 mustang and I need a new driver side fender. I am sticking out o and I finding a good used of NOS fender. If I had to go with a repop driver fender what is your experience with the different brands and which do you consider to be the best one? Thank you

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If you have to go with 'new', Dynacorn always does a great job. Finding a good used one may be less work though, and possibly even less expensive.


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Well I found one but he wants 700 for it. That seems like way too much to me.

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Looks like CJPony wants $300 for what may be Dynacorn. It's labeled as "CJ Classics," but came up when I searched for Dynacorn. Others they have are half that. But I suspect shipping won't be cheap. Better if you can find one locally.
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Well I found one but he wants 700 for it. That seems like way too much to me.

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see if you can negotiate down a bit....because you will have much, much less work with fit/finish!

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He's gotta be realistic. The used fender is going to take work too. If a Dynacorn + the work < His fender plus the work, then it's not worth it to you, or probably anyone else. Hopefully he sees reason!

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