1981 Chevy Camaro Z28 Fender, Left, Front, Inner
- Quality Reproduction Of Original
- Left Inner Fender
- Stamped Steel Construction
- EDP Coated To Enhance Rust-Resistance
- Making Your Restoration Easier
Rusty inner fenders on your 1970-1981 SS, RS, Z28. or Type LT Camaro just wouldn’t cut it at the next show. Your Camaro was always meant to outshine other vehicles on the road. However, how can it do that when it begins to rust? Your 1970-1981 Z28 Coupe Camaro won’t get the respect it deserves with its growing blemishes. The inner fenders of your classic Camaro are your friend, as they are crucial in protection for your front wheels, and as such, the fenders are the most heavily prone to damage in the case of minor collisions and more often, rusting over time. Rust can creep up on vehicles and do a lot of damage. The side where the battery is located can drip down battery acid and corrode sizable holes in the inner fender, leaving it lacking in appearance and function. It can be quite costly to fix fender dents and dings on old rusty inner fenders, so it is imperative to do it the right way, the Eckler’s way. Rick’s Camaros brings you this quality reproduction Camaro inner fender made from sturdy sheet metal, so you can start with a clean slate before you paint. Our Camaro fenders are EDP (Electro Deposit Primer) coated, an excellent primer applied electrically, prior to your paint job, which ensures rust-resistant sheet metal and stamped from proper sheet metal gauge. There is no need to waste your time and energy checking rusty areas to weld patch panels at the end of the day, and Rick’s Camaros wants to provide you with quality replacement 1970-1981 Super Sport inner fenders that bolt up like original factory specifications, at a great price. All you have to do is put it on! Treat your 1970-1981 Camaro the way it was meant to be treated: rust free, and replace your inner fenders today at Rick’s Camaros.Applicable On: 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, and 1981 Did you know? Many people in our hobby refer to an inner fender as a fender liner.