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Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders

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Ken Christopherson

07-11-2018 14:25:04




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Hello all!

Well, got some bodywork done on the fenders I picked up in the spring for the 1941 SC... It will be nice to get the originals back on. They were in pretty good shape to start out with, which in my experience has been hard to find. Took a few photos and thought I would share. Going to let them cure a couple days and they will be mounted this weekend.

Now, if I could just sell the shallow shell rear fenders I have so I can put some new lights on these fenders! Anyone looking? :-D

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olgentdc

07-14-2018 17:39:09




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to Ken Christopherson, 07-11-2018 14:25:04  
Ken ,those fenders look BETTER than NEW ! What do you have to have for the shallow shell fenders ?and ?..any chance you , or someone you know are coming thru Louisville area soon ? 812-596-4605 is my ph number.



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Ken Christopherson

07-14-2018 17:58:39




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to olgentdc, 07-14-2018 17:39:09  
Thank you, sir! Lot of time into both sets of fenders, that is for sure. I would like to get 2 hundred for the set I took off. I don't have anyone going through Louisville, but we might be able to get them out through Fastenal on a pallet if you want to pay shipping. I can give you a call tomorrow, otherwise shoot me an e-mail if you want at kchristopherson14@yahoo.com



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Don Rudolph

07-11-2018 20:19:50




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to Ken Christopherson, 07-11-2018 14:25:04  
Very nice work, Ken. What's that hotrod in the background? Don



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Ken Christopherson

07-12-2018 06:19:33




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to Don Rudolph, 07-11-2018 20:19:50  

Thanks, Don. Although, I cannot take credit for the paint work. A good friend of mine was in auto body for many years. We worked on this together - he is teaching me as we go. I did a lot of the grunt work like sanding and shaping. He took care of laying down the primer and paint. He is a master at his craft!

I believe it is a 1936 Plymouth P-2 2 Door Sedan. It is a project he is working on right now... His wife has a 56 Chevy Bel Air that is real nice but still in primer. Also has a 51 GMC 2 ton on a 26' RV frame that he is in the middle of turning into a flatbed hauler. He likes his projects, that is for sure!

Here is a photo of him painting the SC in the paint booth at the shop he used to work at...

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oldproudvet

07-12-2018 07:52:25




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to Ken Christopherson, 07-12-2018 06:19:33  
That's a neat looking booth, and certainly doable for a home shop



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WI Dan

07-11-2018 19:38:45




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to Ken Christopherson, 07-11-2018 14:25:04  
Very sharp!



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Ken Christopherson

07-12-2018 06:20:03




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to WI Dan, 07-11-2018 19:38:45  
Thanks, Dan!



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kevinthefixer

07-11-2018 19:26:55




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to Ken Christopherson, 07-11-2018 14:25:04  
Let me guess, Ken...Not your first paint job? Looks good!



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Ken Christopherson

07-12-2018 06:21:19




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 Re: Finshing the 1941 SC Fenders in reply to kevinthefixer, 07-11-2018 19:26:55  
Well, not my first time prepping for paint. Lol. My good friend is the guru, I just try to do as much grunt work as I can to help the process. But, I am learning from him a little bit every time.



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