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I would not pay that much but I bet they sell.
 

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If they were red oxide (older versions) they would be worth more.

I would say $1200-1500 for the set is more realistic.
 

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"I would say $1200-1500 for the set is more realistic."

Thats also what I had the ballpark number to be.
 

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Isn't this date code '93?

http://i4.ebayimg.com/03/i/000/d4/ac/35bd_1.JPG
 

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When I bought my car 10 years ago you could get NOS fenders from almost all the parts houses for under $500 each. I have a hard time believing that a pair of Mustang fenders today are worth $2500.
 

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Before bidding I would ask if they are Ford parts. The ad doesn't say and any supplier can put a Ford part number on and have thier own inspector stamps. Could be NOS reproductions from 93.
 
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They are Ford service parts. Price is kinda high for the e-coated ones. The seller probably took advantage of the cheap listing fee this week. He'll get more advertising than anything, even if the prices are high. I've bought stuff from Greg before at reasonable prices.
 
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