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  • Swifster
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    The Studebaker Swap Page...

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  • PackardV8
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    Originally posted by jclary View Post
    Milt is a long time vendor and I respect his opinion. We have a relatively new "For Sale" function/section here on this service. I think you could make individual parts, or parts lots postings on our "For Sale" forum here. However, it looks like we are too undisciplined and dysfunctional to use it for our members to merely advertise and solicit sales.

    Instead, we begin conversations about the item(s), suggest edits, and then begin to choose sides as to the item's description, proper use, or terminology. Before you know it, the original intent of the initial post (listing) is lost in a morass of distracting discussion, and finally fades to obscurity.
    On the other hand, one could thank each post in a For Sale thread for bumping it back to the top of the list. One with no comments soon sinks from sight into obscurity indeed.

    jack vines

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  • jclary
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    Originally posted by unclemiltie View Post
    Studebakervendors.com provides web services. Frank can be contacted via the site. I know of no free places to display parts
    Milt is a long time vendor and I respect his opinion. We have a relatively new "For Sale" function/section here on this service. I think you could make individual parts, or parts lots postings on our "For Sale" forum here. However, it looks like we are too undisciplined and dysfunctional to use it for our members to merely advertise and solicit sales.

    Instead, we begin conversations about the item(s), suggest edits, and then begin to choose sides as to the item's description, proper use, or terminology. Before you know it, the original intent of the initial post (listing) is lost in a morass of distracting discussion, and finally fades to obscurity.

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  • unclemiltie
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    Studebakervendors.com provides web services. Frank can be contacted via the site. I know of no free places to display parts

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  • dpson
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    Here's a couple: Studebaker Parts ON-LINE, http://www.studebakerclubs.com/stelf...bakerIndex.htm

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  • Any good websites for displaying parts inventory?

    Ive seen some guys use certain websites to show their parts inventory for sale with pictures description and prices.. can’t remember one in particular that I really liked. Need to list a large parts inventory. What do y’all use. Thanks in advance.
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