This 1968-1972 Volkswagen Inner Fender Repair, Passenger’s Side fits 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 Volkswagen Bus.
If your fenders are looking a little rough, whether from rust or abuse, let us help you repair them. The fenders on your vehicle get bombarded with salt and road debris. It’s only a matter of time before they start to rust. The good news is that if you catch it in time, you can sometimes replace just the area of the fender that’s rusting out. If you’re working on a restoration project and want to replace the entire fender, though, we can still help.
All of our fender patch panels are constructed of heavy gauge stamped steel that meets or exceeds the thickness of the original body panel that it’s replacing. The stamping process starts with a 3D scan of an OEM part, which means that these aftermarket panels will be an exact match to the original part’s shape. Since the panels are an exact match, the old panel will need to be cut out so that the new one can be welded in its place.
Each panel has an EDP coating for additional corrosion protection. The e-coating leaves a black finish that can be scuffed and painted over. For best finishing results we recommend scuffing the e-coat, priming, and then top coating with an automotive grade paint.
Whether you need to replace the whole fender or just a lower portion of it, we have the parts that you’re looking for. Replace your rusted fender by ordering this 1973-1987 GM Pickup Fullsize Cab Corner (Super Size), Standard Cab, Driver Side from Raybuck Auto Body Parts today.