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    My newly acquired 41


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    Are you going to restore it? Kidding, what a nice looking example. Enjoy!

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    Ohhh, that's NICE!!
    Chris Dresbach. South Bend, IND.

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    Those are gorgeous cars. Very nice!
    Dave Nevin
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    Love both Champion and Commander Studebakers in 1941. The two tone makes these cars Pop.Very nice example.
    Good work is never cheap, and cheap work is never good!!!

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    What a beauty! Enjoy!

    Brian Schuppert

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