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LICENSE PLATE FRAME - MOUNTING

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  • #16
    Just checked some photos of my 62 Lark Daytona taken in 61 and the plates were bolted on using the top plate holes front and rear

    Butler, PA
    63 Avanti
    Butler, PA
    63 Avanti R1 R2899

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    • #17
      quote:Originally posted by 65cruiser

      Both my front and rear on the Cruiser bolt at the top. I'd love one that says Studebaker Drivers Club.

      Working on it. Found one really upscale version from the guys who make them for Lexus and Mercedes, heavy chrome plated zinc, USA made.

      SAVE THE STUDEBAKER.....SAVE THE WORLD.

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      • #18
        Billy, I think most of the trucks used bottom holes for a front plate and top holes for a rear plate.


        Dwain G.

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