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  • 52-fan
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    Originally posted by RadioRoy View Post
    It looks like 4 suction cups and two web straps, one on each drip rail.
    I missed seeing the straps. I'm glad they did not bolt it to the roof.
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  • RadioRoy
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    It looks like 4 suction cups and two web straps, one on each drip rail.

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  • 52-fan
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    The roof rack on the 52 Commander Starlight coupe is interesting. The removable type usually seen wouldn't work because the drip rails on a Starlight are so short.

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    Lot of RHD Studebakers in South Africa. Maybe some made their way up north a bit..

    Great pic's btw..

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  • christophe
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    You're welcome, Bill.

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  • Buzzard
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    Christophe,
    Thanks for the great "period post" which gives us insight as to the simpler times 69 years ago in a far away country(at least for us in North America).
    Cheers, Bill

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  • christophe
    started a topic Studebaker oddity. Pictures from Burundi.

    Studebaker oddity. Pictures from Burundi.

    Hi folks,
    Some two weeks ago, I went to a large swap meet in Belgium and found some Studebaker material related. I just thought you'd like to see it, too.
    Firstly, there is a series of pictures taken in Burundi (Africa) during the 50's. At this time, this country was a part of the Belgian Empire.
    Obviously, Studebakers were appreciated there.
    Secondly, I can't upload all the pictures so I will have to do a second post.
    Nice day to all.
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