|Pet(s)||Bonzo the Cat|
|Voice actor(s)||Scott Burns|
|Game(s)||Putt-Putt Joins the Parade|
Putt-Putt Enters the Race
Mr. Fenderbender (named Mr. Bumperthumper in the UK dubs and Mr. Fender in Putt-Putt Joins the Parade) is a character featured in Putt-Putt Joins the Parade and Putt-Putt Enters the Race. He is shown to have a speech impediment (for example, he'll call Putt-Putt, "Pitt-Pitt"), but always corrects himself.
Mr. Fenderbender lives on #2 Red Street in the former of the two games, while he lives somewhere else in the latter, where he has an orange Tabby cat named Bonzo.
Putt-Putt can assist him with mowing his lawn if Smokey states Putt-Putt should start mowing lawns in Red Street or deliver his groceries to his from Baldini's Grocery Store if Mr. Baldini requests Putt-Putt to deliver groceries to him.
On Red Street, Mr. Fenderbender is the only one whose name is mentioned when Putt-Putt thanks him for a coin after mowing his (Mr. Fenderbender's) lawn.
In his first appearance which is in Putt-Putt Joins the Parade, Mr. Fenderbender is a purple coupe with gray tires, who speaks in a southern accent similar to that 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 of the aforementioned title.
Mr. Fenderbender's appearance has changed in Putt-Putt Enters the Race. In the second game, he is a blue convertible with a spare tire mounted on his trunk. He also talks with a normal accent (depending on the version), as opposed to a stereotypical southern accent.