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64V-K7
08-27-2018, 03:46 PM
Anyone have a copy of
SBulletin G-1964 - 3

that they could scan and send me?

thx

Studebaker Wheel
08-27-2018, 05:01 PM
That would be a Service Newsletter (pink in color) not a Bulletin. The G-1964-3 is 4 pages and includes Licensing and Registration data on all of the 1964 models. There was a supplemental Letter #G-1964-3B (dated May 13, 1964) that addressed the serial numbers for the Avanti specifically removing the prefix "1963" from the serial numbers starting with Avanti #R-3100. For your possible future reference the last Service Bulletin was the October 1962 issue #368. I have copies of all Service Bulletins and Service Newsletters back to the first in 1926 (also the indexes).

Studebaker Wheel
08-27-2018, 05:24 PM
Here are the three pertinent pages you requested. Page 3 emailed to you direct.

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BobPalma
08-27-2018, 05:54 PM
:o Interesting: The Daytona 4-door sedan is $2 more and 5 pounds lighter than the Daytona hardtop. That doesn't seem possible, with the added length of the frame (poundage) and various door mechanisms. ;) :cool: BP

64V-K7
08-27-2018, 06:38 PM
Many thanks.

jpepper
08-27-2018, 09:25 PM
:o Interesting: The Daytona 4-door sedan is $2 more and 5 pounds lighter than the Daytona hardtop. That doesn't seem possible, with the added length of the frame (poundage) and various door mechanisms. ;) :cool: BP

The HT used an 11ga frame rail while a 4 door used 13ga. The HT had a lot more die cast trim and possibly heavier seats. Just guessing here.

Studebakercenteroforegon
08-27-2018, 09:57 PM
The HT used an 11ga frame rail while a 4 door used 13ga. The HT had a lot more die cast trim and possibly heavier seats. Just guessing here.

Y Body (long wheel base sedans) always had an 11 gauge frame. The ‘61 and earlier V-8 W Body (short wheelbase 4 Door Sedans ) had 13 gauge frames.