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Richard H. Overman wrote: > ...<snip>...soon to arrive are 2 brand new front fenders and pans for > both sides. Have to admit they are fiberglas, though. What is the > concensus on fiberglas replacement parts? > > -- Leah Wegener, '63 SB I inquired to this list some time ago on this very subject, and the replies were mixed. Some folks made a good case for the inherent strengths of Fiberglass (rustproof, strong, light, 'glueable' [no welding]) while others made a slightly more compelling case against them (difficulty in bonding glass to steel, non-originality, soundproofing). Someone noted that the Ghia is similar in width to the T3, and a good set of Ghia 1/4 pans in the hands of a talented body guy (or gal) will get you real close to just right without patching in a 'foreign' material. -- Ford Donald mailto:email@example.com http://www.macconnect.com/~fordd/ Web Design for Fun, Profit and Job Security - Internet and intranet web pages assembled, boxed and shipped complete! Driving a '64 Ghia Coupe with no heat, a/c, radio, back seat... it's more than a hobby, it is an obsession.