Datsun Fairlady Roadster Parts from Rallye Enterprises, Ltd.

Top part of forward edge above headlight is slightly flattened

Arrow designates deformed area under front lower edge
Arrow designates deformed area on lower rear edge of fender. Normally this is a gradual curve down to where it curves under car. Found on quite a few fenders, typically is caused by catching fender point on something when carrying fender without.

FRONT FENDER, RH, 1968, #DN63-10

This has got to be the ugliest looking new fender I have ever seen. Not the most damaged, this doesn't have much in the way of damage compared to a lot of them. It was purchased from us about 30 years ago and sat in a loft above a carport. It has overspray from a few other cars the fellow had and the original primer has long since given up on itself. It has the type of surface corrosion I usually only see on some of the 1965-67 Hoods. As with most all NOS body parts I recommend stripping off all the old primer. It is "new" in that it hasn't been on a car; but it has been away from us for 30 years and shows it. It is a 68 type fender so it doesn't have the side marker light which makes it easy to use on a 67 1/2.
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This fender can be used be used on other years. Click for fit information

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