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Old 01-13-2018, 10:18 PM
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Default 1927 Studebaker Hearse

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1927-Studeb...taWnWx&vxp=mtr


Here is another car that should have current photos posted.
Ones without the interior and door removed. (or fallen off)

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For sale 1927 Studebaker hearse ,one of only three to survive , this car does run and drive , I also have the spare wheel and all the hub caps , spare mounts on driver side wheel well , I also have some hardware for the coffin area { pins and rollers } , car needs total restoration and I have started the restoration , have removed the rear interior and one side door.
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Old 01-13-2018, 10:22 PM
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a combination. now gorge told me who Studebaker had built there hearses. as I remember it was a funeral supply company. looks to be all there a fun car to have. glad it is were it is
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This is a 1927 Studebaker Westminster with coachwork by Superior. From 1925 through 1937, Studebaker marketed, through its nationwide dealer network, a complete range of professional cars all with coachwork by Superior. This is an excellent and rare surviving example of an original Superior.
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