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Thread: Inner Fender Panels Question

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    Lifer is offline Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
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    Coppell, TX

    Inner Fender Panels Question

    I discovered that the Cadillacs now use a fuzzy-covered inner fender panel instead of just a smooth black plastic of years past. When they are new, it is a non-reflective black. Has anyone had a problem keeping these clean?

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    Cadjiek is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: Inner Fender Panels Question

    On 8-23-12 I started the very same thread. Check it out. There are pictures posted by KIPSTS too. So far after a year of ownership the fender well have proven to be a very material to keep clean. They wash up real nice and don't need any vinyl protectant spray like the plastic panels. I live in Michigan where they treat the roads with salt.


    That should say " a material that is very easy to keep clean".

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    Fbodfather is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Inner Fender Panels Question

    It assists in sound-deadening - esp. in the rain!


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