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19 YEARS OLD! got my first studebaker 1948 land cruiser

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  • #76
    Originally posted by AlexM View Post
    Consider keeping the vents. Those really say "Studebaker" as most cars did not have them in the 50's.
    When you remove the bumper guard and the pieces on the ends of the bumpers for chroming, see how it looks without them.
    Thanks man I will keep that in mind forsure

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    • #77
      Originally posted by AlexM View Post
      Consider keeping the vents. Those really say "Studebaker" as most cars did not have them in the 50's.
      That's what I did with mine. If you look at the car without the front clip, you can see that the entire vent infrastructure is gone with the reconfiguration of the firewall. With the fenders on, it looks stock. The vent doors are simply bolted in the closed position.
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      • #78
        Originally posted by Sdude View Post
        That's what I did with mine. If you look at the car without the front clip, you can see that the entire vent infrastructure is gone with the reconfiguration of the firewall. With the fenders on, it looks stock. The vent doors are simply bolted in the closed position.
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        gosh i love your engine bay and fire wall! so sweet!

        gonna be buying a fat man front clip in the near future!

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