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Swifster
03-08-2013, 07:56 PM
I ordered the build sheet for my lowly 6 cylinder Commander. I found it rather interesting...

4124 15 SF4 Commander 2 Door Sedan VI
6411 Astra White

7622 Blue Cloth-Bench Seat
1001 5 600X15 2 Ply Black
1301 Overdrive Transmission
1365 Model 27 Axle 4.10-0
2000 Climatizer
1445 Undercoating
1505 Horn Ring
2035 Cigar Lighter
2040 Back-Up Lights S
1560 Rear Arm Rests-Blue Cloth
3000 Omit Seat Belts
Dual Horns (handwritten)

Line Number: 4423
Body Number: 4361
Serial Number C-100345
Final Assembly Date: 02/05/1964
Inspection Date: 02/06/1964

There are a few things I find interesting. My car has a green interior, not blue. It
has a full vinyl seat with no signs of cloth. It says there should be a horn ring, but
it's a base green steering wheel. Someone has installed seat belts.

No shipping location is given, but I can document the car to the selling dealer in
Orlando.

I like the green interior. I'm looking at painting the car green. As mentioned before
I'm looking at a GM V6 and an automatic transmission.

A couple of questions. If you didn't order back-up lights, what went into the lower
spot? If you didn't order the cigar lighter, what was put in the dash?

57pack
03-08-2013, 08:33 PM
Hi, On my Fathers 1964 Commander (I went with him when he bought it) he didn't order reverse lamps.
When it was delivered it still had the clear lens but, no bulbs or sockets, just a plug over the hole.
I think it had the harness in the car but no switch or bulb/sockets. Our Commander had a cigarette lighter, my dad was a heavy smoker, he left us too early.
As a a aside I lobbied hard for the gold Avanti in Pzwara's Studebaker showroom, I was over ruled!
Thanks
Bill

stude dude
03-08-2013, 08:52 PM
A chrome blanking plug was used if no cigar lighter was installed. Interesting about the rear arm rest?

Chris.

Swifster
03-08-2013, 11:27 PM
Thanks guys. I appreciate the answers.