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Old 03-25-2003, 12:38 PM
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Does anyone know if Studebaker made a sedan delivery using the 2R10 chassis? I have seen a woody version but I want to know if it was produced as a steel bodied vehicle. Any help or push in the right direction would be of great assistance. And if anyoune knows of a roof for a sedan delivery is that would also help.

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the Budd Corporation made bodies for several of the "Independent" car companies, try finding a listing, I know they did sedan deliveries for Hudson and other special bodies for Stude.
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I was looking for something in the 40's to the 50's era of time. Sorry about the confusion.
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Are you talking about a truck chassis here?
The delivery body for the truck chassis is called a panel delivery. These use truck sheel metal and have 2 rear doors( either l-r cargo doors or up-down lift gate and drop gate).
The delivery body for passenger car chassis is the sedan delivery. These use passenger car sheet metal and have one rear door( opening conventionally or up and down).
It's funny but I don't ever remember seeing a Studebaker panel truck or sedan delivery, and darn few station wagons except in the late 50s-60s. Considering how strong they were in the commercial market, that seems kind of odd.
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