I came across a decent set of sheet metal a while back. Nothing is perfect but its about as good as they come for my part of the world short of going aftermarket. The fenders were in great shape but not perfect...and I'm fussy. One had a few pinholes at the front lower corner, while both had pitting between lower rear joint. In reality the sheet metal was still solid but all things considered, it was easier to simply replace the infected areas. Its a real eye opener when you see what gets caught in these pinch points. In order to repair it properly, I had to cut off the lower root of the inner fender wall. What you see here was AFTER power washing the fender. Also note the stock sheet behind the inner wall to protect against the zip blade going through the outer skin.