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I have a set of fenders that are in nice condition and a long center console shell that is decent. If you need them make your trade offer or $$$. I'm currently not looking for Mustang parts but I am working on a 64 F100 and a crusin wagon. :horror:
 

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I need a Right front fender for a 71-72. A 73 fender will not work for me. What do you need for your truck?

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Dave in Hudson, Ohio
 

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Dave How do I tell the year of the fender? I know the 71-73 but I don't know the difference between 71-2 and 73. As far as my '64 truck, I am looking for 15" wide white wall tires, salt flat or baby moon style hucaps, lake pipes, dash pad,black carpet, long/narrow LED third brake light.
Rick

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The 71 and 72 are the same the 73 is longer due to the bumper diference. Alone it is hard to tell but next to a 71 you can see the difference.

If There is a better way to tell, someone else jump in!

Dave
 

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Dave
I emailed you as requested.
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The "notch" at the front where the bumper wraps around the fender is larger on the 73 fenders. Or do I have that backwards? It's been awhile, but that notch is the difference.
 

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here's how you tell the difference:

draw an imaginary horizontal line along the top of the marker light opening toward the front bumper. if that line hits the top of the bumber notch, it's a '73. if that line is well below the top of the notch, it's a '71-2.
 

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are you interested?
 
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