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    1941 stude

    I am trying to rebuild a 41 stude champion from the ground up.am looking for interior trim including rear window,pass side rear door,(4 door)and the trim for the 2 small rear windows.any help would be appreciated m.mansfield

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    Welcome to the forum. I know the feeling looking for those kinds of parts, they are extremely hard to find. There are a few other pre-war guys on here that should be able to help.
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    I purchased an new rear window for my '41 Champion 2 door from "Phillips Auto Glass" he is listed in the vendor list off the home page and also in Turning Wheels. At the time he said he had two made and I purchased one of those. Next option is to buy used. You can put up an ad on the "Studebaker Swap Page" as well for free.
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    I have that rear window. Contact me direct at rtq11 at aol dot com
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    My take on Maynard's query is he is looking for the garnish molding, not the glass.

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    Please purchase a parts book for your car and find the part numbers for the parts you need.
    Give us the numbers on a small tag under the hood on the right side of the firewall and we can see what trim level your car is.
    It may read 3G W1 4567 or something like it.
    Parts books are available from FAXON.
    http://www.faxonautoliterature.com/Search.aspx?c=4592
    Most parts vendors stock their parts by part number.
    If you are new to Studebakers, there are many resources available.
    http://www.studebaker-info.org
    http://www.studebakervendors.com
    http://www.raylinrestoration.com/Tec...PaintForms.htm
    http://www.studebakerparts.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockne10 View Post
    My take on Maynard's query is he is looking for the garnish molding, not the glass.
    If that's the case he is going to be really disappointed. There was no garnish moulding on the rear glass!
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    These folks have some great small interior bits for your car:

    http://www.shrockbrothers.com/studeb...ion_parts.html
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    I am looking for the garnish trim,thannks for the info on the rear window,i did not know

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