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Dirt Bike Period Fenders

  • 17 Oct 2020 4:07 PM
    Message # 9310131

    These are suitable for 1970's/'80's Enduros. These are a few parts I have left over from a mid seventies Dual Sport re-creation. All this stuff is period correct aftermarket parts that were popular back then. The blue plastic fender was marketed as the DeFender and made by Gold Belt, more popular for their kidney belt and the little known DeBruzer crossbar protector. Roger DeCoster helped with the engineers at the time and the fenders were proudly referred to as DeCoster DeFenders.  This fender has been lightly used, nice shine and no cracks. $50.

    The Flying Finn is an add on mud flap that was crazy popular on the seventies MX/Enduro bikes.  It's had some use but shows well. $15

    The aluminum fender is an unknown brand, I had it on a Sherpa T. Not a Bultaco part but  similar. It has rolled edges on all but the leading edge which has been trimmed. Also too many holes drilled in it. $35. All parts pick up in Sarnia, or I can mail anywhere in Canada at your cost. 

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