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jg61hawk
05-26-2015, 01:42 PM
A fellow who used to be a Stude. dealer called me and said he had parts he had found for Studebakers. Here are pictures. Looks like the rear seat for a 56, a bench seat for a pickup, a half a hood for somewhere around 48??? an old intake and carb. and some rear doors. If anyone out there needs something let me know.

53commander
05-26-2015, 08:23 PM
Do you know what dealer? Just curious if it was a NJ dealership.

jg61hawk
05-26-2015, 08:31 PM
Werners Belford, N.J. Sold Studebaker then sold Dodge. Closing now this month. He had a really nice 61 Hawk trunk but wanted to keep that because it had STUDEBAKER on the rear and his old car dealership logo on the trunk. He said he has more stuff up in a loft and when he gets it he'll call me. It looks like they kept sheet metal that was slightly hit but replaced with new. If no one wants this stuff I'll take it to York and give it away to a vendor for his stock.

TWChamp
05-26-2015, 09:28 PM
Those doors sure look nice. Wish you were closer. I could use the mud guards if they are as good as they appear.

johnwbechtel
05-27-2015, 07:43 AM
Hello jg61hawk. I need a manifold for a 1941 Commander C.I. 226. That seems to be a manifold for the champion engine line. What do you think it is for? (or others think?) Thanks. (I'm up in Union, NJ)

BobPalma
05-27-2015, 07:45 AM
:( Right, John; that is not a Commander Six manifold. :cool:BP

jg61hawk
05-27-2015, 09:17 AM
John,
I'm just off 114 or 117 of the Parkway. I'll be happy to meet you half way let's say the Cheesequake Rest Area at 124 on the Parkway if you want to see it in person...but then again Bob knows his stuff.

TWChamp
05-27-2015, 09:43 AM
Hello jg61hawk. I need a manifold for a 1941 Commander C.I. 226. That seems to be a manifold for the champion engine line. What do you think it is for? (or others think?) Thanks. (I'm up in Union, NJ)

This is a 1950 Commander 245 manifold, but I think it might be the same as what you need. Notice the exhaust manifold and how it resembles ram's horns by the curved shape.
BTW, here's a link to the car for sale. Looks like a lot of good mechanical parts to be had.

http://masoncity.craigslist.org/pts/4990741345.html

I just looked in my 1952 Motor's parts manual and it says 1938-42 Commander for the intake, and 1938-41 Commander for the exhaust manifold, so you are quite limited in your search.

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jts359
05-27-2015, 08:32 PM
Hi John I have a manifold off a 41 Commander and am located in Toms River , pm me , Ed