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Can anyone I.D. this pre-war (?) Studebaker heater?

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  • jerezstude
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    As always Richard is correct. I have bought several for parts of that same style at Hershey with several different car names on them, usually orphan cars.
    Jerry Kurtz

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  • Studebaker Wheel
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    Originally posted by kurtruk View Post
    Thank you, Richard. You're up kinda late
    Prime time for me. The answer is 1937. Will be awaiting that big check in the mail.

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  • kurtruk
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    Thank you, Richard. You're up kinda late

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  • Studebaker Wheel
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    Referred to as the Deluxe Triple Duty the part number is AC424, orig list $15.95. For a cut of the profit on your sale I will provide the year! May also consider emailing you a copy of the original ad!

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  • Lou Van Anne
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    Badged "Studebaker"......?

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  • kurtruk
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    Can anyone I.D. this pre-war (?) Studebaker heater?

    And is it specifically a Studebaker design? Or is it a common design, just badged Studebaker? Click to enlarge.

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    I have not pressure-tested it, but see no signs of past leakage or repairs. The motor spins, but I have not tested it, either. One of the fine trim lines that wraps around the corners has been bent. Otherwise in excellent condition, although looks like a re-paint. It is heavy and for sale.
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