Front fender liners/splash guards/?

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  1. WissaMan

    WissaMan Member

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    I've seen them referred to in a variety of terms so hopefully you know what I'm referring to. Do these crossover with other years and brands (Dodge/Plymouth C-bodies)? Or are they unique to 67/68 Chryslers.
     
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    If I'm not mistaken, Chrysler, Plymouth & Dodge should be the same.
     
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    65-68 should be the same.
     
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    I've been wondering where you buy these too.
     
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    That'd be great if 65-68 Chrysler/Plymouth/Dodge c-body are all the same. Almost seems like that'd cause enough demand for someone to make reproductions, but alas I bet we're not that lucky...
     
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    Totally available brand new as noted above.
     
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    I bought mine a few years ago at Carlisle. I belive the vendor was Dixie Restoration Parts.
     
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    Most likely made by DMT.
     
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    The DMT ones I got for my’68 were spot on for material type, thickness and shape. I got some from REM about 10 years ago that were 1/2 the thickness and just rubber. Those are still in the bag.
     
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    Actually, I was referring to the two-piece metal liner that goes inside the wheel well, but it's good to where to get these pieces too as I'll be needing them as well.
     
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    Seems you're talking about the inner and outer fender lining. The inner is common to all c-bodies from 65 - 73. Maybe other years too. The outer section is specific to each model and year because the external fender mating at the wheel well opening was always different.

    I saw the splash shields on ebay for many years. They were expensive for what they are.
    1965 66 67 68 Sport Fury Newport New Yorker 300 Monaco Polara MoPar FENDER SEAL

    These are not NOS. They are a repro like what I made for myself.

    I bought a sheet of rubber for roofing purposes. Used my originals as templates. Cut them out with a utility knife. Ask for Goodyear roofing rubber material at a roofing supply store. A yard of it is way more than enough. It's 36"x ~30 feet. Paid 15.00 for it 20 years ago.I used the extra to line my tool box. Still have a bunch left over.