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  • Larry.s
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    Does anyone have part # for my 64 Daytona 4dr and Thank you.

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  • bensherb
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    I used 3/32" stainless pop rivets when I installed them. Very small hole and won't get loose.

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  • rockne10
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    Originally posted by dugnall View Post
    For small screws? and into what?
    In to the stainless window trim if yours is so equipped. Otherwise in to the door shell.
    If screws did not come with your vent shades be sure to use brass or stainless screws.

    Last edited by rockne10; 10-05-2018, 04:35 PM.

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  • dugnall
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    I see this is an old thread but nevertheless I have information and a question. Info: For a 1949 Champion 4-door the stainless steel vent shade numbers are S20 LF,RF,RR, LR. Question: How are they installed. They fit between the window glass channel and the door frame. There are 2 small holes along the edge of the vent pieces. For small screws? and into what?

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  • TX Rebel
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    The "Studebakersite man" put them on his '60 Lark 4 dr prior to shipment & they fit fine.

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  • rockne10
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    Does George have a list of manufacturer's part number and application?

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  • acolds
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    I would like to find a set for my 57 Clipper- President Classic

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  • omstude
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    The vent shades arrived today. Very nice, thank you! Our little Lark will have some more bling for Drive Your Studebaker Day!

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  • omstude
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    Thanks to the Texas rebel at Studebakersite I now have some very shiny vent shades on my 60 Lark! The part numbers stamped into them are S21RF, for right front, and S21LF, S21RR & S21LR. As far as I know these should be the correct part numbers for all 1953 to 1960 4-door sedans except Presidents and Land Cruisers with rear door vent windows.

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  • omstude
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    Great idea! A vent shade part number list! I'll get the numbers off the ones on my 1952 Land Cruiser and post them ASAP!

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  • rockne10
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    Auto Ventshade Company of Chamblee, Georgia was bought out by Lund and they no longer manufacture or list the numbers for the Studebaker models. It would be nice if a Ventshade part number list could be assembled. You always see these at swap meets but seldom does the seller know what they fit. The Ventshade part number is stamped in the top outer center.

    Let me start:

    1947-52 two door Studebakers: S15LF (left front), S15RF (right front). One would assume, if the car was a two door sedan, the rear ventshades would be S15LR and S15RR.

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    All members who have stainless ventshades installed, what is your year and model and what are the numbers on the ventshades?
    Last edited by rockne10; 09-06-2013, 04:36 PM.

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