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tsenecal
05-10-2018, 05:13 PM
Here is a fairly complete Wagonaire for sale. It seems like there was somebody looking for one a while back.https://www.ksl.com/classifieds/listing/52083719

62champ
05-10-2018, 05:48 PM
For the gas tank to be rusted out in the '70s, the visible rust does not seem that bad - or does it...

https://img.ksl.com/mx/mplace-classifieds.ksl.com/2623995-1525869998-755355.jpg?filter=marketplace/664x500

https://img.ksl.com/mx/mplace-classifieds.ksl.com/2623995-1525869795-62423.jpg?filter=marketplace/664x500

https://img.ksl.com/mx/mplace-classifieds.ksl.com/2623995-1525869936-330142.jpg?filter=marketplace/664x500

https://img.ksl.com/mx/mplace-classifieds.ksl.com/2623995-1525869748-526903.jpg?filter=marketplace/664x500

jimmijim8
05-10-2018, 05:55 PM
Mine resembled that one at 6 yrs. old Pennsylvania car cheers jimmijim

Studebakercenteroforegon
05-10-2018, 05:57 PM
If you are wondering why rusted out gas tanks are fairly common on ‘63 and later station wagons...note that the end of the rear drip rail is directly above the gas filler location. There was a Service Bulletin about this - a deflector was designed to fit behind the gas cap to help channel away water. The deflector was installed on later production cars and was available to install on prior models. Many years ago when new Studebaker gas tanks were available, I sold more for ‘63 and later wagons than all other models added together.

tsenecal
05-10-2018, 11:39 PM
It looks like a project that I wouldn't mind taking on, but my better half says NO. The sliding roof is something you don't see to often around here.