Yep, the BN2 rear fender is the same for all healeys, except the BN1.
Good luck... unfortunately I don't have one.
You can also buy them new, but apparently the new ones don't fit quite as well.
Why not just repair the one you have? Get some repair panels from the
Kilmartins in OZ. I did this on my BJ8 a while back. It looks
'53 BN1 '64 BJ8
On 6/19/05, Bert Van Brande <email@example.com> wrote:
> After winter I finally found the time to dismantle the
> BN2, tag and box parts and get the car ready for
> Since last may, after mediablasting, the car is in the
> hands of Ellery Engel, Piru California for bodywork.
> Blasting uncovered a bit more frame rust then expected
> but this is already been taken care off. Ellery is a
> great guy, doing a lot of bodywork for Healeys,
> Porsches and Maseratis. I spend a couple of days
> helping prepping the car for all the bodywork and
> learned a lot in the process.
> We're making good process but are looking for a right
> (passenger side) rear fender as this fender is beyond
> repair. The fender weighted at least 15 pounds more
> than expected, after the PO (mythical figure we can
> point a finger at when things are found to be wrong
> with the car) liberally applied bondo to cover a bunch
> of holes and wrinkles as well as the area where the
> finder was welded to the shut pillar!
> I hear that any rear fender from the BN2 model and
> onwards is the same. can somebody confirm this? This
> would widen the scope of my search.
> I am interested to hear if anybody on the list has a
> repairable right rear fender from a BN2 (and up if the
> list confirm this is ok).
> Bert Van Brande
> Newbury Park
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