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Thread: WTB Passenger fender
BNRsupercars


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posted June 21, 2009 02:01 PM

WTB Passenger fender

I will pay top dollar for a minimal rust REPU passenger fender. It needs to be red and minimal rust. If another color I will consider it as well.

My number is 205 790 2514
Bryan

         
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Klaus45


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posted June 21, 2009 05:07 PM
Edited By: Klaus45 on 21 Jun 2009 17:07

Located in Alabama?

Shipping cross country's gonna be expensive.

What's "Top Dollar"? Does that mean I can name my price?

I have a red one, but I have a white one that's in better shape...


       
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BNRsupercars


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posted June 21, 2009 09:20 PM
Edited By: BNRsupercars on 21 Jun 2009 21:33

Well I will pay good money for a good fender. I plan on having the truck painted so if there is a dent or something I am sure it can get worked out of the red fender. The more work thats required in making the fender right, the less the fender is worth. Send me pictures of both the red and the white fenders.

Just post a price and I will see if I can fit it in the budget. I will pay what the fender is worth, but first I must see when you have and we can work out a deal. I don't have a problem paying for shipping accross country.

Bryan

         
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Klaus45


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posted June 22, 2009 08:47 AM

quote:
Well I will pay good money for a good fender. I plan on having the truck painted so if there is a dent or something I am sure it can get worked out of the red fender. The more work thats required in making the fender right, the less the fender is worth. Send me pictures of both the red and the white fenders.

Just post a price and I will see if I can fit it in the budget. I will pay what the fender is worth, but first I must see when you have and we can work out a deal. I don't have a problem paying for shipping accross country.

Bryan


If it's not worth $200+ shipping/PayPal fees to you, I'll hang onto my fenders for now... no offense.

No major dents; red one probably has some rust at bottom -- would need to pull/clean/inspect... would rather not pull it off the truck if no reason to, though. White one is off truck, no major rust, and straight. If you're painting anyway, color shouldn't matter...

If that sounds doable, I'll see about getting you pic's -- (my slooow connection does limit the size I'll be able to send, though!)

Have you looked into shipping/freight from 97401 to you?
I have yet to confirm if something as large as a fender is, or is not automatically considered "freight", (I know that a hood is)... which would add *substantially* to your cost...





       
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BNRsupercars


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posted June 22, 2009 10:00 AM
Edited By: BNRsupercars on 22 Jun 2009 10:02

fender

$200 sounds good to me for the white one. The best way to ship is to wrap it really good in bubble wrap then just break down some boxes and wrap it up with cardboard. Fed ex will ship it even it is the most awkward box :D. just make sure its enclosed and nothing is poking out. I have a fed ex account so you can use that for billing. Or better yet I can email you the packing slip.

PM me and I will send you the $208 through paypal.

Thanks.
Bryan

         
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Klaus45


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posted June 22, 2009 10:20 AM
Edited By: Klaus45 on 22 Jun 2009 10:23

quote:
$200 sounds good to me for the white one. The best way to ship is to wrap it really good in bubble wrap then just break down some boxes and wrap it up with cardboard. Fed ex will ship it even it is the most awkward box :D. just make sure its enclosed and nothing is poking out. I have a fed ex account so you can use that for billing. Or better yet I can email you the packing slip.

PM me and I will send you the $208 through paypal.

Thanks.
Bryan


You're right not to want the red one -- I took a closer look, and it'd need more rust repair than it's likely to be worth sending it cross-country for.

I took some pic's of the white one; I probably should've asked a bit more, 'cause it really is my best one -- will email you the (downsized) pic's shortly. ;)

Fender is barely over 4' long; figure it'll take a 54"x32"x10" box to minimally package *properly* -- I am super leery of sending it unboxed; I make and ship glass for a living, and highly recommend against it! (If it were more substantial than mere sheetmetal, I'd agree with your recommend...) FedEx will deem it "freight", if over a certain size... will look into it...

Charging to your FedEx account could work... otherwise, I'm sorry, but I'd need to receive payment in full, (shipping included), prior to being able to ship.

Also, I would recommend that you insure it... but that is up to you.

Email me your shipping address, etc., after you see the pic's, and we'll take it from there.

       
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BNRsupercars


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posted June 22, 2009 07:06 PM

I sent you my address and requested your paypal account info.

I appreciate your efforts and will include additional money for the headache of packaging.

Bryan

         
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Klaus45


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posted June 23, 2009 09:37 AM

Thanks!

Got your emails, Bryan... and thanks for offering to help cover packaging costs; it's much appreciated!

Email sent...

       
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Klaus45


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posted June 23, 2009 05:52 PM

PayPal received; thanks!

Did you have a FedEx shipper ID#, or some such that you wanted me to use?

(Email sent).

       
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Klaus45


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posted June 24, 2009 07:04 PM

Pleasure doing business with you, Bryan!

...now we'll just be needing you to post up a thread with some pic's of your 500+ HP turbo 20B REPU...

       
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BNRsupercars


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posted June 30, 2009 11:03 PM

fender and front air dam

Thanks for the air dam and fender. Both items look wonderful. Very well packed. I really appreciate the parts.

I do need the radio surround piece. I don't need the factory radio.

Bryan

         
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Klaus45


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posted July 01, 2009 06:54 AM

Cool!

quote:
Thanks for the air dam and fender. Both items look wonderful. Very well packed. I really appreciate the parts.

I do need the radio surround piece. I don't need the factory radio.

Bryan


Glad everything got there intact! Thanks for reminding me about the dash center -- will be in touch.

--Klaus

       
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