Google "rolling fenders". Any decent body shop can do it for $50-$100. They use a device that connects to the hub on one end and has a large rollerskate-like poly wheel on the other which will roll under the lip of the rear wheel well.
Rolling is your only option, other than going for a narrower tire. This is assuming you are hitting the fender, not the shock or spring perch. Look at the rub/wear pattern on the tire to see where it's rubbing.
FYI 235 is way too skinny in the front. The car is going to understeer like crazy if you push it in a corner.
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