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    NOS CK fronts and rears

    I have a set of front and rear NOS CK fenders for sale.
    Since I have no idea what to ask for them I reluctantly listed them on Ebay. If interested see them at the following item numbers on Ebay.
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    160782650271
    160782646479
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/160782650271...84.m1555.l2649

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/160782646479...84.m1555.l2649

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    Looking for a right rocker panel for a 53 K, and maybe a right fender if we can win one. You will wrap them up nice for shipping?

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    NOS C/K fenders are rare, but I believe there are still many sets tucked away here and there, as Yours were till now. It will be interesting to see what the market will bear on Your set. Good luck!

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    I have an NOS set without the aprons. Still in factory gray primer, ever drilled, and even still have the factory stickers with part numbers on them.

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    I meant, never drilled.

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    I think the fronts will do well,been a long time seeing a complete assembly.
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    I'd be happy with replacement fiberglass fenders as long as they fit well. Much lighter and no corrosion ever. If someone found them out with a magnet, I'd just say they were 'steelies' loaded with bondo!

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    The last NOS set of four that I know of sold for $1500.
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    Gary,wow that must have been some time ago.
    Quote Originally Posted by studegary View Post
    The last NOS set of four that I know of sold for $1500.
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    Y'all just have not been paying attention.

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    Guys, this is good friend Paul Pszikszai selling the fenders. He is well-known by many, including me; he is honest and knows what he's talking about. He has a pretty impressive collection of desirble Studebakers, all restored by him. If he says something you can confidently believe it; you can take his word to the bank.

    Good luck on your sale, my friend. Hope to see you at the IM!
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    Yes NOS C/K fenders seem to bring good money on ebay. But even if the prices seem high. They are usually not more than the price of fixing rusty fenders.
    So! For any of you CASCO's out there. If you need a set, BUY them!
    Good Luck with yhour sale. I will add them to my watch list.
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    I bidded on a set of NOS front fenders last week on ebay, they sold for $1750.00, I dipped out. I would gladly pay $1500 for a set of FOUR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Votel View Post
    Y'all just have not been paying attention.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/370591862424...84.m1559.l2649
    This had to be some one that knows absolutely nothing about body work or anyone that can do it. I bet even then the NOS ones are not perfect and need twicking for proper fitment. After reading this thread, I'll pay the 400.00 for the nice used set of front fenders and aprons that my neighbor has for sale.

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    This may be a strange auction, these are drilled for late mouldings, which is a huge time saver for some, But in my case I'd be welding the holes closed. It has been awhile since I have seen these with inner fenders which is also about a 4 hour time savings.

    The inner on the right fender won't fit all heaters to '64. I'd have to weld on an original or an NOS one to fit a 53. Decisions, decisions.....

    Still, a Rare pair!

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    $2500.00 for the fronts and rears is not un realistic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 63t-cab View Post
    Gary,wow that must have been some time ago.
    A few years ago, but NOT "ancient" history.
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    Pair of NOS rear fenders I sold 2 years ago brought $1400.
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    Just finished repairing one , replaced vent and shroud from classic and other rot. Total time for being ready to paint 30 plus hours. Figure that up at most body shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prez55 View Post
    Just finished repairing one , replaced vent and shroud from classic and other rot. Total time for being ready to paint 30 plus hours. Figure that up at most body shops.
    Been there-done that, and could not agree more.

    Those fenders with aprons would slip nicely onto the front of my GT, with minimal effort. As mentioned elsewhere, I already have NOS front fenders, but swapping the aprons is a PITA. I am saving bodywork & paint for last on the old GT. Have several options for sheet metal, but definitely will not be putting massive labor and dollars into anything I can just replace reasonably.
    One thing I plan to do is replace the 57-61 hood with correct, 1962. Figure I'll run into one sooner or later somewhere.

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    I see that they are still sitting at zero bids with two days left.
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    How is it that there is only one bid for the rear fenders, the starting bid is $500, and the bid is up to $800?

    Note: NOT saying it isn't worth the price, but how did the jump occur from $500 to $800? When you slap a bid on ebay, it should be at the starting bid, if there's only one bid? Yes? No?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralt12 View Post
    How is it that there is only one bid for the rear fenders, the starting bid is $500, and the bid is up to $800?

    Note: NOT saying it isn't worth the price, but how did the jump occur from $500 to $800? When you slap a bid on ebay, it should be at the starting bid, if there's only one bid? Yes? No?
    The bid met the reserve. If the bid had not met reserve it would only show $500. If the bid is more than the reserve the bid will only take what it needs to meet the reserve. Steve

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    If they weren't "pickup only", I'd be seriously considering a bid. I'm not going to make the IM and that's a lot to ask anyone to haul 2,000 miles across the northern tier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfie View Post
    The bid met the reserve. If the bid had not met reserve it would only show $500. If the bid is more than the reserve the bid will only take what it needs to meet the reserve. Steve
    Thanks very much for the explanation.
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    Yes the pick up only was a bit of a deterant, but some smart guy made a good purchase.
    They both went to the same bidder and at a price that was fair for the seller and definitely not out of reason for the purchaser.
    Wish I could have justified buying them at this time???
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