Pontiac Firebird 1974-1981, Front Inner Fender by OER®. Our reproduction front fenders are patterned from the 1977-81 style fenders that feature a "hump-style" factory inner fender flange. They are designed as a direct fit replacement for 1977-81 models with no modifications necessary other than standard bodywork and finish preparation. With minor modifications, these fenders may also fit 1970-76 models with the "flat-style" inner mounting flange. External appearance is the same for 1970-76, but the inner mounting flange under the hood is cosmetically different than the original. Additionally, on 1976 models, the lower brackets for mounting the front valance will need to be retained from original fenders and welded to the reproduction fender in the correct location.
- Designed to restore your vehicle to its original condition
- Made to meet factory specifications
- Precision manufactured using modern tooling
- Guaranteed to fit and function on your auto properly
- Subjected to rigorous quality control testing
Fenders can be damaged in a collision or become aged over time due to constant exposure to the elements which can significantly break the aesthetics of your vehicle. With these superior OER fenders you can replace your weathered or defective parts and make your auto look like it's never been driven. Rigorous quality control and compliance with OE standards ensure that these components fit, look, and function just like the parts from the dealer. Made from top-quality materials, they will provide you with years of dependable service.
Original Equipment Reproduction® is a top manufacturer of classic automotive restoration parts featuring an authentic appearance and complying to strict standards that meet or exceed OE specifications. OER offers a variety of fuel and exhaust, steering and suspension, electrical and wiring products, etc. The company provides OER Authorized products that are tested in the same way as OER products to get the 'OER Authorized' stamp of approval. Many OER products are officially licensed by Chrysler Group and General Motors.