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    I found some original brown door check straps for my 1929 Tudor about 12 years ago, either at Hershey or a National Model A meet. If you can't find brown ones, you can try some spray for vinyl. I never could find the correct brown arm rests for the front of my 1950 Studebaker, so I finally bought a can of Bluebird Brown 15483 at the auto parts store. Only black arm rests are reproduced for my Stude, and as far as I know, only black door check straps are reproduced for the Model A. This was a perfect match to my rear arm rests, which are NOS. Arm Rests Bluebird Brown 15483.JPG .
    Last edited by Tom Wesenberg; 08-05-2017, 10:15 PM.

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