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First time I think I actually believe parts have been stored for 30 years

Prices are the high end. If you need rust free fenders in Ohio you don't have much to choose from. Although he doesn't specifically state rust free. Also you don't need to modify to go BB emblems. Passenger is a rear antenna fender too.

I think you would be disappointed if you bought them for a 66 .
 

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Why do people take pictures put them on a PC see that they are blurred or out of focus and say "Eh, eff it, good enough" and upload them anyway. Whne I try to sell something for real cash, I try to take the best pictures I can and answer most questions I can think of in the ad. But to me, those do look like intact nice fenders from what I can tell.
 

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I would own them if they were close by...
Absolutely. :yes: If one was in the market for '67 fenders, you'd be hard pressed to find nicer, IMO. I bet if someone showed him $600, he'd take it.

They also have really nice original wheel well moldings still attached. Those are worth $100 a piece on their own. Front GMs are really hard to find, either NOS or nice used ones.
 

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Dear Jim, If you have a 1967 Chevelle SS with an original hood (80 degree front bent angle), I would purchase the 1967 Red Chevelle Fenders. If you have an aftermarket SS Hood such as an AMD SS Hood, the aftermarket hood front sheet metal is not correctly bent (60 degrees) in the very front of the hood and therefore the original 1967 Chevelle Red fenders will not match the bends in the aftermarket sheet metal part of the hood and cause severe mis-alignment. Only purchase all original fenders and hood or purchase all the same Aftermarket Hood and Fenders. I have original SS Hood in good condition and a pair of new nos fenders in good condition and I am going to sell them all on Ebay in the near future for $2,000 dollars. Therefore $800 for a pair of 1967 Chevelle Fenders is an excellent price. Gary 396
 
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