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  • Looking for Studebaker Dealer Info

    My '62 was originally sold at Ed Comitz Studebaker in Tuscon, Arizona. I have a nearly completely ruined sticker on the back of the car, kind of where "TT" would go if it had twin-traction. I was thinking of having the sticker remade, although I'm not sure what it actually looked like. Also, if anyone has a dealership license plate frame or know where I might find one, that would be quite awesome.

    Thanks!

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    http://www.studebaker-info.org/Dealers/page1.html#AZ
    South Lompoc Studebaker

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    • #3
      The Southern Arizona Chapter had some reproduced with Ed's blessing. I don't know if anyone has any left but you might contact Chuck Stanford or Bruce Sandburg. The are in the roster.The sticker was shot with a camera then I believe was silk screen or a similar process.

      Ed passed in 1996. I had one on my 62 Gt Hawk with a 4 speed and A/C on the back aluminum overlay. A 62 Lark that I had, which is now in California, has the same situation but it is still readable.

      Good Luck

      Bob Miles
      Tucson AZ

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      • #4
        Thanks everyone. This 62 Lark that is now in California ... was it a 6 hardtop with OD, off-white color? Because that would be neat.

        Either way I will contact the two names above.

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        • #5
          Yes it was/is. I remember now you had posted pictures in the picture section. The official color name is Desert Tan. Sweet little car that had suffered after I sold it. Glad to see it is still in loving hands.

          Bob Miles
          Tucson, AZ

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          • #6
            Great dealer information website. Thank you.

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