Do you also have the clear booze bottles that some of that series came with?If so I am interested in all of the gangster era stuff.Any specific kits you are looking for in trade?Send a PM with your needs please.
Did you ever find these parts?Since you're asking for what sounds like separate front fenders I assume you're needing the hot rod version "cycle" fenders.If you still needs them I have some available.Just send me a PM.Being from Colorado you probably won't be a the Toledo,Oh NNL Thu coming Saturday.If you were I would take them along with me.
Good luck locating some modelers in your area.I took a few things to a small show last weekend and another fellow asked me where I live.We found out we only live a few blocks apart and neither of us was aware of it.It seems like every time I post anything here I get a very positive reaction from someone somewhere that helps with what ever I'm doing.
The "up"side of very little info on your project is it makes it more difficult for those "nay-Sayers"who are always looking for errors in the models built by others(you know who they are) to find things wrong.
The last few years I have building a few rather complicated very early models of commercial vehicles like my 1925 Ford model TT wrecker with about 95 percent of the parts building scratch built including a wooden cab and hand crank wrecker boom.I now have about a year in this one,in fact I was still adding more details to it about 15 minutes ago. I do a ton of on line research to determine the exact dimensions and proportions of the various components including as many original manufacturers literature as I can find.I print photos of most everything then measure the important parts and put those parts right on the printed pictures.I find this helps preserve correct proportions.The dimensions drawings sometimes make for neat display materials when appropriate. The dimensions then are transferred to the raw materials and cut to size for assembly.This same system applies to the last three buildings I built for dioramas.