Fenders for The Fenderless!

Fabricating front fender. Fender back plate.

Fenderless cars look cool, but they have one drawback--no fenders. Fenders are meant to safely deflect whatever the tires pick up off of the road; rocks, water, roadkill, etc. Remove the big wing-sized fenders from an early Ford to achieve that "Hot Rod" look, and you leave yourself (and your car) vulnerable to the slings and arrows of cruising fortune. If only you could have it both ways...

Getting the shape right. Checking the fit of the front fender.

You can!

How about custom-made, motorcycle-style fenders, attached to the brake backing plates?

Right front fender mounted. Double wall construct to prevent flexing.

The back plate of the fender is constructed with a double wall for strength. This will help keep it from flexing and twisting under high-speed airflow.

Fender mounter on brake backing plate.

Backside of fender. Fender mounted on backing plate.

Front fenders mounted.

Alignment problem?

We may have some alignment issues here...

Finished fender.

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