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Date:         Sun, 12 Mar 2006 12:06:56 -0800
Reply-To:     BenT Syncro <syncro@GMAIL.COM>
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From:         BenT Syncro <syncro@GMAIL.COM>
Subject:      Re: Multivan Front Fender Flare
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On 3/12/06, robertmstewart <> wrote: > Saw this on a link from a Samba ad, thought some of you might find it > interesting.... > > Multivan Front Fender Flare > >


These look like what is sometimes called the "post office" arches as they were available for the Bundespost (German Postal Service) T3 (Vanagon) Transporters. These are the same arches I was talking about replicating last month. I have a set of good used ones I bought from German Ebay. The are differentiated from the Tristar arches in that they have a larger wheel opening. They look very similar to the Syncro 16 arches except they do not require cutting of the regular US-spec Vanagon wheel wells. The front 2/3 portion is pop-rivetted to the door whilst the rear section is attached to the body.


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