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Remove left front fender 1967 Chevelle

How do you remove left front fender 1967 Chevelle? Is there an online diagram of the nuts and bolts?

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    I need fender skirts for my 1967 olds for door 98

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    how to remove left front fender

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There are quite a few bolts on this fender. One on the bottom of the rocker, one between the the door and fender on the "A" pillar, one on the cal, one on the firewall then several on the inner fender and several on the radiator core support. after these are removes you need to take ou the head light assembly and you should have a fender brace under the front of the car. Hope this helps.

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