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1955 Studebaker Commander Parts Available 1953 1954 Hawk 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

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I am parting out a 1955 Studebaker Commander Coupe 6V V8. I still have many good parts available including many NOS parts I acquired to complete the project. Many of these parts fit 53-55 Loewy coupes and 56-62 Hawks. Here is a partial list, please ask if you need something specifically:

front hood release structural panel..some rust

replated door handles pair

trunk latch hook

6v v8 generator

rear bumper (rusted)

rear bumper brackets

steering wheel w/ horn ring and suicide knob very good used condition

dash board sheet metal


gauge bezel rechromed

NOS cluch and brake pedals

accelerator pedal excellent used

Right Door

Left Door

Roof (excellent)

Floor Replacement Panels right and left

259 V8 engine complete

NOS starter solenoid

used Horn Relay (good)

Aluminum door scuff sills decent..minor corrosion

Vent door screen

dash bezel mounting brackets

cigarette lighter

seat heater core

rechromed Hood Ornament (1955)

gas filler neck

body plug (master cylinder)

(4) used bumper bolts

NOS Clock Bezel

Reconditioned High and Low Horns 6V

Sparton High Horn 6V President

steering column panels

seat trim pieces

oil fill cap

original radiator cap

turn signal arm

working wiper motor 6V

Working fan and parts

interior rear window trim

interior windshield trim

seat heter floor panel

fan heater core

door strikes

set of headliner bows/brackets used

wiper blades

shifter boot

complete front seat

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See my private message. Here is photo of my 57 President Classic. The rear bumper sits on an angle on this car, probably the wrong bumper brackets. 55 Commander may be the same. Photos attached. The first photo (on the left) is mine, the second photo is another, with the right angle on the bumper, although it appears to angled up a little, possibly due to being pushed, what was quite common in those days, the real definition of a "jump start". Thanks.



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