Very nice straight original unrestored early front fender iron. I thought they are 1912, but not sure, I'm not an expert. $120 for the pair plus shipping.
Dropped at $100
14 to 17
Ok bottom price $80 plus shipping.
I will also add a small jar of my own maple syrup
How much for just the maple syrup?
Thank you Larry, No Maple syrup for sales just a bonus for who will buy the early Front Fender Iron
Hi Mario, All joking aside, that is a nice pair of fender irons at a fair price. I'm sure someone will buy them.
Hi Larry, I know you kidding me. take care
bttt $80 plus free maple syrup, I cannot believe is not sold yet. cheers,
Very nice straight original unrestored early front fender iron. $75 plus shipping with my own made Canadian maple syrup jar included
As previously mentioned 14 to 17. Are 1912 different. How can you tell?
Michael, on the 12's, the section between the frame mounting and the headlight mounting hole is round, like the rest of the rod. These are triangular in cross section, presumably to strengthen them. I believe the change occurred sometime later in the 1913 production.
Allan from down under.
Also '12 front fender irons initially had a boss ( guess you would call it that) with a hole in it for the front top strap to attach to. Later in production when the top strap was moved to the windshield hinge, the hole in the boss was not there, but the solid boss was. Then it was eliminated completely in favor of the round section only between the headlight fork hole and the frame bracket section. Was used in '13 only.
Actually the syrup is worth as much as one fender iron! That stuff's expensive!
Sold to Tom. It will arrive before Christmas.