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    '48 '2r10' ?

    Only have a few minutes, hope this isn't a repeat, eBay find.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1948-Studeb...0AAOSwEC5dTHkB

    Doesn't look too hateful, fortunately: a) I already have one I need to work on, and: b) it's just far enough away...

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    2R10? or M15?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockne10 View Post
    2R10? or M15?
    The truck in question is a rather nice M-15A pickup.
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    For some time now I have seen many Studebakers on eBay with 2R10 in the title. Many are cars. I don't understand how it happens, but it is annoying. I have seen a few other ads with strange additions in their descriptions also.


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    Apparently "2R10" is the default on eBay, and many folks don't bother to correct it. And yep, it is annoying!
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    Despite the incorrect numeric designation this M15 looks like a good start on an incredible truck.
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    I put quotes around the model designation in the ad for that very reason, I actually have a 2R10 waiting patiently in the barn for my return.
    Now if I could just find two more 16" Budd wheels...
    Hammer price on this '48 wasn't too hateful, even the bed looks good in the pics.

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