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  • 1941 Commander Coupes -- a pair $4,500 --in Stockton CA

    Posting this for a buddy - I have no pics -- nor does he at this time sorry
    first time ever offered for sale .. six passenger coupes - both rollers .. one from CA one from TX

    one with NOS grille halves -- one needs trunk floor

    both are complete and both builders (not parts cars)

    call Jim at 209-663-1144 cell -- (tell him John told you to call)

    they go public sale on Oct 1

    and they are not like the Champions coupes - these hold six passengers-3 in front seat and 3 in back seat
    plus a huge trunk

    (Sal gas up the tow truck these could be jewels)
    John
    Folsom CA


    "Lone Dog ... No Woof"

    www.cruisinnews.com

    www.SacramentoSwapMeet.com

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    If I didn't already have one, I'd be checking these out. They are wonderful driving cars with lots of room. they even have the one piece windshield. (replacements are available now too)

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      If I didn't already have one, I'd be checking these out. They are a wonderful driving car with lots of room. They have the one piece windshield which the sedans do not have. (replacements are available now too)

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        can some one post a pic of a 41 .. I can't find any on the web anywhere ..
        John
        Folsom CA


        "Lone Dog ... No Woof"

        www.cruisinnews.com

        www.SacramentoSwapMeet.com

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          Originally posted by Starlite51 View Post
          can some one post a pic of a 41 .. I can't find any on the web anywhere ..
          Here you are. This is a Custom, the least expensive model. The Deluxtone was two toned and looks a lot better I think. There was also a Skyway model that did not have the stainless strips (color belt) down the sides. This Sedan Coupe body was also available on the President chassis. Take a look at this extensive thread for photos of it:
          http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...0%9D-discovery
          Richard Quinn
          Editor emeritus: Antique Studebaker Review

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