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    Hello, I come from Austria / Europe and have a 1932 Commander Eight Regal Coupe I want to restore.
    Only I have a problem - I have no electrical circuit diagram.
    Who can help me please? Does anyone have one that he can scan and send to me?
    Or does anyone know where I can get this?
    I am already despairing ....
    Thanks, Leo NMB

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    Does anyone have a wiring diagram?

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    • #3
      I wonder if your local library would have an old DYKE'S MANUAL. That's a good book that covered many makes of cars, and it might have a wiring diagram.

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      • #4
        Contact Rhode Island Wiring: http://www.riwire.com . They can make a factory-looking harness for your car using modern wires but looking original. and provide a wiring diagram with it I had them make a wiring harness for my 1932 model 55 Studebaker and was very pleased with their work.

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        • #5
          34 Commander 8 electrical

          Here's a link to a page for the 1934 Commander. Can't be too much different. Should give you a leg up starting out..

          http://www.studebaker-info.org/1934cdr8al.jpg
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          • #6
            Thank you very much!!

            Originally posted by 63 R2 Hawk View Post
            Contact Rhode Island Wiring: http://www.riwire.com . They can make a factory-looking harness for your car using modern wires but looking original. and provide a wiring diagram with it I had them make a wiring harness for my 1932 model 55 Studebaker and was very pleased with their work.

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            • #7
              Thank you very much!!

              Originally posted by 64V-K7 View Post
              Here's a link to a page for the 1934 Commander. Can't be too much different. Should give you a leg up starting out..

              http://www.studebaker-info.org/1934cdr8al.jpg

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