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    I have a 64" X 34" gold mylar I bought at an auction of a former Studebaker employee.
    As I have no use for it I am thinking on putting it on ebay.
    Is it worth the effort, I don't know what if any value it might have?

    Thanks
    Paul

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    Originally posted by pszikszai View Post
    I have a 64" X 34" gold mylar I bought at an auction of a former Studebaker employee.
    As I have no use for it I am thinking on putting it on ebay.
    Is it worth the effort, I don't know what if any value it might have?

    Thanks
    Paul
    What's it for?...sorry, but I don't know...thanks...Marie

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    • #3
      What's it for?...sorry, but I don't know...thanks...Marie
      Packard Hawk fins, I think.
      The only difference between death and taxes is that death does not grow worse every time Congress convenes. - Will Rogers

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      • #4
        Originally posted by pszikszai View Post
        I have a 64" X 34" gold mylar I bought at an auction of a former Studebaker employee.
        As I have no use for it I am thinking on putting it on ebay.
        Is it worth the effort, I don't know what if any value it might have?

        Thanks
        Paul
        Enough mylar to do a pair of fins brought a wad of money on E-bay last summer. I dont remember the exact price but it is definately worth listing. Good luck, Steve
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        • #5
          Would you be interested in a parts trade for the Mylar? Bo

          Originally posted by pszikszai View Post
          I have a 64" X 34" gold mylar I bought at an auction of a former Studebaker employee.
          As I have no use for it I am thinking on putting it on ebay.
          Is it worth the effort, I don't know what if any value it might have?

          Thanks
          Paul

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Marie Mac View Post
            What's it for?...sorry, but I don't know...thanks...Marie

            Studebakers used at least 3 different types of Mylar. Each type had specific usages.

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            • #7
              Bo.
              Sorry, I am trying to sell some of my parts, but keep you in mind if I can think or something.
              Paul

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              • #8
                Jim
                If you are in the neighborhood, stop by and look at it.
                Paul

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by pszikszai View Post
                  Jim
                  If you are in the neighborhood, stop by and look at it.
                  Paul
                  Sure!

                  I'll bring samples of two different Mylars Studebaker used for comparison purposes. How about around 3 tomorrow afternoon?

                  Jim

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