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Mystery of the missing NOS C/K front fenders

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  • #31
    What about that boatload of C-K stuff that was lost on it's way thru the great lakes in late '52 - the load of stuff that was destined for Hamilton?
    No deceptive flags to prove I'm patriotic - no biblical BS to impress - just ME and Studebakers - as it should be.

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    • #32
      For todays use all that would be needed in most cases is the outer skin on the c-k fenders. If someone tooled up for that you could easy split the inners off and weld it to a new outer panel. Just a thought for anyone thinking of it.

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      • #33
        It is not the inner fenders.
        The front fenders were only the outer fenders as sold by Studebaker.
        In the early 1953 front fenders there was an extra hole in the fender to cowl flange.
        Front fenders were sold as an assembly with inner fender and front airbox attached.
        These assemblies were hard to ship so they only sold these parts separate for the buyer to assemble.
        Tooling up for these would cost a fortune.
        When Studebaker closed they sold the molds to Hurwich , who cut them up for scrap iron.

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        • #34
          Even if you could get from the top mldg. out it would work for the 62-64 cars.

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