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Old Yesterday, 08:53 PM   #1
Steve Plucker
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Default 1928-1929 Splash Aprons

I have a pair of 1928-1929 splash aprons that have "round holes" for attaching the front fenders.

All of the others I have seen have "oblong holes".

Did they come both ways like that OR do I have a pair of the repro types?

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Default Re: 1928-1929 Splash Aprons

Pluck,


'29 Special Coupe splash apron.. as I understand, the holes were punched "slotted", to allow for minor adjustment during fender/RB/splash apron alignment during assembly, then tightened after final alignment. I had to raise the body for DMV, and to my knowledge these aprons had not been off before that. kb
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