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I'm a proud new owner of a 1950 bullet nose-looking for windshield rubber. Any sources?

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  • Anne F. Goodman
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    Timothy it would help us to help you if you put in your signature where you are located. We then can direct you to local people too. Welcome to the forum.

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  • warrlaw1
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    I would try Bill. You should be aware that there are different seals for old glass and repop glass, because they are different thicknesses. With all due respect to Ed, I have spent thousands with S.I. and have encountered a defect rate of over 10%. MY trunk seal is on back order and this is the second one I've ordered from them for the same car. I have a repop starter drive that doesn't work. I have NOS dash switches IN THE BOX that don't work. I have NOS fan motors IN THE BOX with the wrong armature shafts. The repop glove box liner is way off ever fitting. I have a petronix module that won't pick up a signal, a repop fuel pump that won't pump. To be fair, S.I. distributes repops from other vendors, but I just got off the phone and asked if they ever bench test anything before it goes out. The answer was "No" !!!! They don't have the time or the space. So even if the suppliers give them the defective parts, they have to suffer the "bad will" because they send them out. There's a lesson in here for Ed.

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  • Sdude
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    Call Studebaker International. They should have most anything you need. 1-317-462-3124. Ask them to mail you a catalog. You won't believe what's available with a simple phone call.

    Then join the Studebaker Drivers Club. We have a great monthly magazine that you will love. It's chock full of ads for folks that sell Studebaker "stuff".

    Then check out a local club. I don't know where you live but if you live in Woodland California, I can get you some information on the local club there. Send me a private message and I will mail you a newsletter.

    Welcome and good luck finding what you need. You will be surprised how easy it is to get parts for a Studebaker.

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  • Chris Pile
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    Hang in there, and welcome!

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  • Chris Pile
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    Or William Fennesy - check the links on the main page of this website for "Studebaker Vendors". He's great!

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  • M15 Trucker
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    STUDEBAKER INTERNATIONAL: HERE'S THEIR LINK http://www.studebaker-intl.com/

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  • follywoodland
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    I'm a proud new owner of a 1950 bullet nose-looking for windshield rubber. Any sources?

    I haven't used this site before so I need all the advice I can get

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  • I'm a proud new owner of a 1950 bullet nose-looking for windshield rubber. Any sources?

    It says I need more letters so here they are!
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