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01-02-2011 03:14 PM
tomslik ^

anyway, i'd look at a MII setup (cleaner look) of some sort because of sheetmetal fit but i'd be an s10 WOULD be a good choice but ugly..
kinda depends on what YOU are capable/equipped to do..
01-02-2011 02:01 PM
Dougie If you want more information about this kind of thing, try The Studebaker Drviers Club Forum. Lots of good Stuebaker information there.
12-29-2010 12:29 AM
badcore
s 10 clip in my 1962 stude lark

i want to change up grade my 1962 stude lark i need to lose the steering gear box and the center mounted idler arm i measured a camero front too wide maybe a s 10

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