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    I am wondering what this is and when it was used. Any info would be greatly appreciated Click image for larger version

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    Used on 2nd Design 1928 Commander model GB after serial 4045136. The part number is 151512. It was fitted to the front fender cross brace of all models. A similar ornament was used on the 1928 1/2 Commander GH but the mounting was different and it fit on the headlamp tie rod. The ornament was to commemorate the Commanders remarkable record of running 25,000 miles in less than 25,000 minutes at the Atlantic City, NJ board track.

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    Last edited by Studebaker Wheel; 05-19-2017, 10:56 PM.
    Richard Quinn
    Editor emeritus: Antique Studebaker Review

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      Mr. Richard Quinn...Thanx so much for sharing your knowledge the depth of which just continues to amaze! That did commemorate a truly remarkable achievement for the time. Kool!
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