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Old Sat, Jan-01-2005, 03:46:17 AM   #21
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Whose car is that in the pic btw? It looks pretty fugly
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Old Sat, Jan-01-2005, 07:57:45 AM   #22
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Gee, I knew about everything but not the a b on the pillars. I would have said front and center pillars. As far as right left I always just viewed that from the drivers seat to get it correct.
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Old Sat, Jan-01-2005, 04:46:05 PM   #24
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Old Sat, Jan-01-2005, 07:15:02 PM   #25
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Can you do that to my post count? I asked Alex as well!
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Since we're all trying to be technically correct, a car has both front and rear fenders as well as front and rear quarter panels. The fender is the raised part around the wheel arch and the 1/4 panel is the part that it's stamped into.

Trev's got the common usage correct, but you shouldn't get pissed because someone mentions a rear fender.
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I was always taught that the wheel arch in the back is part of the quarter, therefore its a quarter panal, not a fender. I was also taught that front wheel arch is part of the fender, so its called a fender.

It really stems to the whole you say toe-may-toe and I say toe-ma-toe. :nixweiss:
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Txs Trev, it is so helpfull when you are not english speeking native!!!
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I'm not sure, but I think my B-Pillar might be bent slightly. Can you take a look at the pic and let me know?

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