Does some one have a picture of these fenders? I always thought that the design was detailed and look like a mustache . I had a 1930 A at one time that had such front fenders. Someone is selling an "eyebrow " front fender that only has a ridge around the front. I have a pair of rear Model A fenders that have the fancy design on the real lip.
google "fordbarn.com; eye brow fenders"
There used to be a very early 30 body style A tudor on display at the Mt. Shasta Inn, it was built in 1929 and other than an (awful) green all over paint job and white vinyl interior, seemed unrestored. it also had a 7 tooth steering sector gear, and the eybrow fenders. As I recall on those, the "eyebrow" was the side raided area continued around the front of the fender, meeting the "crease" that starts the inside apron of the fender. As I understand it, there were problems early on of the fenders cracking at the "eyebrow" stamped area. There may have been variations on this, as it was a very early, almost prototype feature.
I had a pair of these many years ago, just as David describes. Got them dirt cheap as someone had "fixed" the cracks by using an arc welder. Got a lot of practice shrinking dents and hammer welding...
We went to a Script Model A club show in Flushing,Mi today and i saw a pair on what i was told was a early 30.That is the first i have ever seen and if i had not read about them here i would have thought they were after market.About 60 miles each way and the wife's model A ran very good!Bud.