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  • Anyone have a spare drivers fender?

    Well started to strip to bare metal, found my drivers side fender to have 1/4-3/8” maybe even more bondo shaping it lol. I knew there was damage there, had no clue it would be that thick. Haven’t stripped the passengers side to compare. Took a lot of work just to get to this point, what a mess!!

  • #2
    Hi Mr. R91488
    Hazard has just what you need the link is to a very nice fender and it comes with three other fenders still attached.
    I know the Dude he's cool, if you want to get more picture of close up let me know , link shows the car but is looks better
    "You're never too old to become younger".! (M. West)
    Randy's Save the Bird Foundation in Beautiful Fallbrook, California

    !.This is the Greatest Square on Earth.!

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    • #3
      R91488 I just got through talking with Hazard, and he reminded me that he been wanted to help a fellow Square.
      If you go to Members only look at Hazard has a give a way, there is a picture of the fenders under cover on Oct 8 2018
      sorry i had trouble with the link to Hazard working just click the top of it say. Flicker
      Last edited by Randy; February 1st, 2020, 12:01 AM. Reason: link just the top part works.
      "You're never too old to become younger".! (M. West)
      Randy's Save the Bird Foundation in Beautiful Fallbrook, California

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      • #4
        Hi Randy, thank you!!! So I gather its the entire shell? Which is no problem, It appears you are in California? What would it take to get it to Florida? Feel free to PM with info if it appears to be realistic getting to Florida, thank you again! Robert

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        • #5
          O hi Robert i see your Nursing a bird back to health nice. Hazard had me clean off fender to show you., to answer you questions, Yes Hazard lives in Fallbrook California . What would it take to get to Florida? Fuel truck And trailer. And little work. You have to help Hazard get eng. Tran out and he needs Rear cow moo off. other than that it rolls good, Come by anytime pick it up. Hazard would like to help a fellow Square .20200204_112123 by Randy harsha, on Flickr [curl=https://flic.kr/p/2ip8Qoe]20200204_103428[/url] by Randy harsha, on Flickr 20200204_103609 by Randy harsha, on Flickr 20200204_103537 by Randy harsha, on Flickr
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          • #6
            20200204_103415 by Randy harsha, on Flickr
            "You're never too old to become younger".! (M. West)
            Randy's Save the Bird Foundation in Beautiful Fallbrook, California

            !.This is the Greatest Square on Earth.!

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            • #7
              Hello Randy & Hazard, I sent a PM to know a little more, let me know. Thank you!!

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              • #8
                Robert the part Bird was Hazard give away posted for members back Oct 8 18 and still Hazard is given it or any part of it to a Needy Square for "free" no Dough. Now I just have to find time to get engine/tran out and things, and then you can pick it up. Hazard cant help me that why he said he needed help getting thngs done to the Square who got it , but no biggie we understand you're in Florida, I'll hire someone to help , it will be a few days before i can start little bizzy.
                Randy in fallbrook
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                Randy's Save the Bird Foundation in Beautiful Fallbrook, California

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                • #9
                  That southern California fender looks GREAT (especially for FREE)! Robert, if I were you I'd find a way to get it. There aren't too many around. - Dave
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                  • #10
                    Hey Dave I completely agree! I’m just a little powerless, if I drive to get it, it’s a good 10 days (I cannot even get that much time off right now, we are in the busy season) if I fly, rent a car etc. to help remove the motor, pay a shipper the cost to ship is way over the top. I cannot think of anything else at the moment. I have been trying to brainstorm. I’m willing to have the entire shell shipped.

                    Randy/Hazard do you really need the drivetrain? I can pay you for that to make this easier? That is about the best I can offer that makes sense being in Florida and you in California. I’m at a loss.

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                    • #11
                      Robert I understand you're not in a position to help me, I'll get Hazards give away ready to go soon as i can, we'll keep you informed , Hazard said he has a day labor on Friday and i could see if he could help some.
                      "You're never too old to become younger".! (M. West)
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                      !.This is the Greatest Square on Earth.!

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                      • #12
                        Ok just got in its late, went to new Doctor today he didn't like my knee ither, didn't get anything done for Hazard, but he told me that right after his board meeting he was asked a question about our problem and if it has a 9 inch, if it did he would pull the eng/transmission and whatever else we need to, for the rear end, Ok Hazard that great you da man. , So how do i know its a 9in or not , thers no bolts coming out the back of the housing. I'll get picture tomorrow, but i think this is our big break for help.
                        "You're never too old to become younger".! (M. West)
                        Randy's Save the Bird Foundation in Beautiful Fallbrook, California

                        !.This is the Greatest Square on Earth.!

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                        • #13
                          Randy, I am just about 100% sure all squarebirds came with a 9” rear. While that is really good for you, without question I would need it to roll and steer for an auto shipper to be able to load the Tbird onto a truck. Not sure how it could be loaded any other way. Do you have any ideas? Sorry about your knee!! Robert

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                          • #14
                            New knee that's why its hard for me to help, it has fever, knots loud Hurst and started squeak ing like a squirrel when i get to working. Yes Hazard said they discussed that about the wheels at the last meeting. The Gentleman that was interested only if its a 9in. Hazard sent picture to him said it look good to him but that he going to look at it. and Hazard is go ask if he got something to stick under if he take it.
                            "You're never too old to become younger".! (M. West)
                            Randy's Save the Bird Foundation in Beautiful Fallbrook, California

                            !.This is the Greatest Square on Earth.!

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                            • #15
                              Randy, you will love the new knee, follow the therapy regimen to the "T" and you will get fantastic results.
                              What I know about the 9in rear ends are they are not the most desirable for most being they are more difficult to modify/upgrade not impossible but not like the later models that there are a plethora of aftermarket parts available. I forget the whole specifics, but still a Ford 9 it is. Let me know where you are in the progress, thank you for the time you take for this!

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