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    Richard Quinn
    Editor emeritus: Antique Studebaker Review

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    Originally posted by Studebaker Wheel View Post
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    Some time ago I replicated the paint color sticker that was glued to the underside of the glove box of most all Studebakers. I made a few for friends and then forgot about it. Recently I located the form and thought others might be interested (to add a finishing touch to a perfect restoration!). These were replicated from an excellent original that was removed from an Avanti so it is identical in every respect right down to the size, type font and spacing. I am not sure how many years this particular form, #W662, was used but since my original came off an Avanti I suspect through the Lark era and perhaps before.

    In any event if anyone wants one replicated with his car’s paint color I would be glad to make them up for $5 and that includes the postage.
    Richard, I recall one being on the glovebox of a '59 Hardtop Lark I had in the eighties. It was such an original car & the color was Westminster Blue.

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    • #3
      So did I yersterday

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      Walter
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      • #4
        Originally posted by HAWK64 View Post
        Richard, I recall one being on the glovebox of a '59 Hardtop Lark I had in the eighties. It was such an original car & the color was Westminster Blue.
        Westminster Blue must be one of those unique Australian market colors. I've never seen that one here!!

        Craig

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