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  • 61LaRk4dr
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    Originally posted by 53k View Post
    I sold several of these years ago. I'm pretty sure they were in Studebaker boxes.
    Agreed, there is one here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1950-1951-19...NZfloH&vxp=mtr

    I was just suggesting that if one were to be looking for these accessories, they could very well search for the non Studebaker-specific accessorize box. If one is clever enough they can save themselves some $$$ in the process if having the original Studebaker box is not necessary. I have managed to find several accessories this way. Same part, different packaging where it seems that packaging justifies the extra money.

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  • 53k
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    Originally posted by 61LaRk4dr View Post
    Not mine. Not the Studebaker specific box, but I imagine the company that produced this item was not exclusive to Studebaker. I recall there was a discussion about approved vendors that Studebaker used and marked packaging as approved by.
    I sold several of these years ago. I'm pretty sure they were in Studebaker boxes.
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  • StudeRich
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    Non Factory installed units sold by Stude. Dealers very well could have came in Draw-Matic Boxes with the Studebaker Part Number sticker on the Box End, which is missing from this box. A very COOL Accessory!

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  • 61LaRk4dr
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    AC-1899 on eBay

    Not mine. Not the Studebaker specific box, but I imagine the company that produced this item was not exclusive to Studebaker. I recall there was a discussion about approved vendors that Studebaker used and marked packaging as approved by.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-1940...1Zl2ff&vxp=mtr
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