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When I had my 27 big six, I had an extra radiator with a curved front and a shroud. After I sold the car, I gave the radiator to a friend to use as wall art... I'll ask him if he wants to sell it...

Frank

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Always a good idea to list what series. The 1928 Big Six might be a Commander GB, GH or maybe even a GJ. Believe the radiators were different on all three. Find the body plate on the firewall and check out the first two initials.

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To add to what studeq wrote, it is important to remember that Studebaker made numerous changes during each season during the late 1920s and the stated year is not always a clue to its model or date of manufacture.

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