Fender Liners and Shields by OPGI®. These premium OPGI products are precisely engineered to comply with OE standards and meet your replacement needs. They feature the same quality and provide the same look, fit, and function as factory parts. Crafted from top-grade materials, these OPGI products guarantee a long service life.
- Precision engineered to meet OEM standards
- Help restore your vehicle back to its original condition
- Same dimensions, fit, and function as factory part
- Made from OE quality materials
- Ensure years of dependable service
Vehicle fenders and their components are essential for providing protection for the braking system of your auto and other essential parts located near the wheel well from mud, pebbles, and road debris thereby reducing the risk of rust formation. Depending on the lifetime, they can become damaged, broken or simply aged in the course of time. If you want to make sure your vehicle is functioning optimally for as long as you own it, you should take proper care of it. These OE quality fender components by OPGI are the perfect choice to replace your defective parts.
These top-notch fender components are meticulously designed with utmost care and attention to detail to fit and function just like factory parts. Manufactured from premium materials to OE standards, this product delivers uncompromising quality that is hard to beat. These fender components will reliably serve you for years of continuous use. When buying from OPGI, you can be fully confident that you won't be disappointed with the purchase.
Original Parts Group, Inc. holds a solid reputation as a top manufacturer of classic GM restoration parts and high-performance accessories. The company has the largest collection of high-quality Bonneville, Chevelle, Grand Prix, Malibu, El Camino, Cadillac, Cutlass, Riviera, Tempest, Monte Carlo, LeMans, GTO, Catalina, and Skylark classic parts in the world. OPGI was the GM/SEMA Show Award Winner in 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2011. The company also got the ARMO/SEMA Business of the Year Award in 2015.