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Studebaker Wheel
01-01-2012, 05:11 AM
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The season for giving is not over. FREE STUFF!!

I will bet just about everyone on the forum has some old Studebaker parts, literature or other “stuff” that is simply taking up room and not being used. I know I do. I run a lot of this on Ebay but there are some things that just do not bring enough to justify the time in listing. So……I will be offering here some “give away” items to the first who contact me. All I ask is payment for postage. Not necessary to send money up front just send your address and when the item is received just send the postage amount. I have lots more so stop back.

I encourage others to join in and post things on this or separate threads using “FREE STUFF” in the title to let everyone know. Maybe it is something that will catch on.

The four items here are a #1 Service Manual for a model 75 Rockne (an older reprint – complete) . #2 A complete ORIGINAL 540 page Body Parts catalog for all 1953-58 Studebakers and 1957-58 Packards, good work copy with nothing missing. #3 - 1938 Commander and President Shop manual reprint in excellent condition. #4 Two 1922 Special and Big Six owner’s manuals, older reprints with newer covers.

8E12T6
01-01-2012, 06:19 AM
Good Morning 2Ya and a Happy New Year Also. I could use # 2; Body Parts Catalog 53-58 putting together a 55C in a basket. P W Brown 450 Shinn Farm Rd Mooresville NC 28115. Lucky or Not a great idea. Thanks pwb

Cowtown Commander
01-01-2012, 08:36 AM
Richard -
I could make good use of the 38 Shop Manual - I will send address.

Sdude
01-01-2012, 10:05 AM
I'll step up. How about a free 16 inch rim from a 1949 2R5.

ddub
01-01-2012, 11:08 AM
I'll offer a 56 owners manual, "Your 1956 Studebaker". Not in great shape but worth the price of postage.

4jc8z
01-01-2012, 12:06 PM
I'll offer a 56 owners manual, "Your 1956 Studebaker". Not in great shape but worth the price of postage.

Dibs on it for our 56 hawk.

Thank you. So Much. I'll PM you with details.

63 R2 Hawk
01-01-2012, 12:34 PM
Richard-
I could use the Rockne 75manual if it's not already spoken for, I have a 1932 Six Regal sedan, mechanics is very similar to the "big" Rockne.

Thanks

Studebaker Wheel
01-01-2012, 02:50 PM
Richard-
I could use the Rockne 75manual if it's not already spoken for, I have a 1932 Six Regal sedan, mechanics is very similar to the "big" Rockne.

Thanks

I will need your address.

63t-cab
01-01-2012, 05:45 PM
8E12T6, P W. do you have pics of your Champ 63,64 ? if so post them here please,or email to : jzeiger3@yahoo.com
Good Morning 2Ya and a Happy New Year Also. I could use # 2; Body Parts Catalog 53-58 putting together a 55C in a basket. P W Brown 450 Shinn Farm Rd Mooresville NC 28115. Lucky or Not a great idea. Thanks pwb

8E12T6
01-01-2012, 08:52 PM
I think I have three of them in the hay shed. Send your adrs & I'll box up the best one of the three. pwb

perbro@windstream.net

63 R2 Hawk
01-01-2012, 09:15 PM
I will need your address.
PM sent. Thanks.

LDischert
01-02-2012, 04:19 PM
Richard- I could use the 1922 Special and Big Six owner’s manual. Send me your e-mail, let me know what shipping would be and I'll send my address. My e-mail: Lee.Dischert@gmail.com Thanks, Lee

Welcome
01-02-2012, 04:35 PM
QUOTE=LDischert;607855]Richard- I could use the 1922 Special and Big Six owner’s manual. Send me your e-mail, let me know what shipping would be and I'll send my address. My e-mail: Lee.Dischert@gmail.com Thanks, Lee[/QUOTE]

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