|Pet(s)||Bonzo the Cat|
|Voice actor(s)||Scott Burns|
|Location||Red Street, House #2|
|Game(s)||Putt-Putt Joins the Parade|
Putt-Putt Enters the Race
Mr. Fenderbender (named Mr. Bumperthumper in the UK dubs) is a character featured in Putt-Putt Joins the Parade and Putt-Putt Enters the Race. In his first appearance, he is shown to have a speech impediment (for example, he'll call Putt-Putt "Pitt-Pitt"), but he always corrects himself. This is because his voice is an imitation of Barney Fife from The Andy Griffith Show.
Mr. Fenderbender lives on Red Street in House #2 in Joins the Parade. In Enters the Race, he lives somewhere else, with an orange Tabby cat named Bonzo.
Putt-Putt can mow his lawn if Smokey states Putt-Putt should start mowing lawns in Red Street; or deliver his groceries from Baldini's Grocery Store if Mr. Baldini requests him to do so.
On Red Street, Mr. Fenderbender is the only one whose name is mentioned after having his lawn mowed instead of after having groceries delivered.
In Putt-Putt Joins the Parade, his first appearance, Mr. Fenderbender is a pinkish purple coupe with gray tires. In Putt-Putt Enters the Race, his appearance has changed to a blue convertible with a spare tire mounted on his trunk.
- In Joins the Parade he speaks in a southern accent, an imitation of Barney Fife (a character portrayed by the late Don Knotts on The Andy Griffith Show), as Peanut Butter Gamer points out in his review. In Enters the Race he talks with a normal accent, as opposed to the southern accent and with a language game called "nói lái" in Vietnamese.
- Based on his quote about #4 Red Street, his name may be an innuendo.
Quotes (Joins the Parade) Edit
- Oh thanks for the groceries, Pitt-Pitt. Uh I mean, Putt-Putt... (inhale) Please take this coin.
- Looks like they're for #4 Red Street. I once dated a fender near there.
- I think you're lookin' for #1 Red Street. Ohh dear, I don't think this is it.
- I think you want #3 Red Street. Must be around here someplace...
- Dandy idea! I'd like you to cut my grass.
- (after Putt-Putt says he's finished) Really? Well, here's some honey. I-I mean, money.