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For Sale: 1936 Studebaker Dictator 4dr sedan - LOW MILES! - $10,900 - Ottsville, PA - Not Mine - Added Parts Car posting January '21


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For Sale: 1936 Studebaker Dictator 4dr sedan - LOW MILES! - $10,900 - Ottsville, PA  - Added Parts Car listing January 2021, see below.

1936 Studebaker Dictator - LOW MILES! - cars & trucks - by owner -... (craigslist.org)

1936 Studebaker Dictator, 58,100 miles.  Clean. Original headliner in nice shape.  Top back edge of seats has some fabric failure and front floor mat has been removed.  Some age related paint shrink lines.  Electric fuel pump.

Contact:  (267) 3-7-four-one-0-0-one

Copy and paste in your email:  09e161fcab983769ba1785023d3bbef3@sale.craigslist.org

 

I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1936 Studebaker Dictator 4dr sedan.

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Added Parts car listing in WA January 2021 (see edit history)
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  • 58L-Y8 changed the title to For Sale: 1936 Studebaker Dictator 4dr sedan - LOW MILES! - $10,900 - Ottsville, PA - Not Mine - Added Parts Car posting January '21

A 1936 Studebaker Dictator parts car:

1936 Studebaker Dictator - $3,500 - Outlook, WA  - Also not mine

1936 Studebaker Dictator - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

Selling a 1936 Studebaker Dictator project. No engine or transmission. Has great patina. Have a title.

Contact:  Mike  call or text:  (509) 4-3-nine-3-five-9-9

Copy and paste in your email: 9126c826e30c3db7ade0e6e8eefe41f5@sale.craigslist.org

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While the model with the trunk is far more practical, I sure like the lines of the first one. It's interesting how the flat back model makes the rear fenders look longer. Also, while it's just about impossible to judge paint quality in a photograph, it sure looks like a quality finish.

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