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1929-30 Studebaker Fender????????


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Marv

Look close at these fenders you are selling.

There are part numbers stamped on them and will confirm which cars they fit.

Look art the ends and you will find 3/8 -1/2" stamped numbers.

There were so many changes on these.

Robert Kapteyn

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Marv

Look close at these fenders you are selling.

There are part numbers stamped on them and will confirm which cars they fit.

Look art the ends and you will find 3/8 -1/2" stamped numbers.

There were so many changes on these.

Robert Kapteyn

While checking a NOS Studebaker fender I have I found it DOES NOT HAVE ITS PART NUMBER STAMPED ON IT? It does have description and part number silkscreened in white paint on the underside (150826 Studebaker 1928 right rear). I wire brushed the mtg flange area to bare metal and there is no stamped number like others I have seen?

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Years ago when Standard surplus was still alive , they had a number of N.O.S. fenders from the twenty's and early thirty's.

These had numbers stamped on them but I guess that at some time they changed that to stencils.

I had a 1928 Model GE that the former owner gave up on because the fenders he took of a GE parts car did not fit his car.

This was typical of the three series of the 1928/29 model GE.

Robert Kapteyn

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