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Hi there,


Has your customer actually shown you the key yet?


Chances are it's not as obscure as you might think.


I am almost sure that Studebaker were swallowed up by Chrysler. So check your catalogues under the Chrysler section. You may also find that some of the Americal General Motors blanks are a possibility.


If you can get a picture of the key I feel sure I can help. Being into the American vehilce scene myself I have contact with numerous American vehicle parts suppliers.

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I belive the old american cars, like the brit cars of this era, used only 4 or 5 differnt blanks. Very limited sections as I recall.


I won't suggest you look in your catalogue though, thats worth a beating :wink:




Keith is quite right in what he says there.


Only difference is the keys used in the 50's in the USA were still being used well into the 90's !!

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